Chris Cowdrey

Former England Cricket Captain

Introduction
Chris Cowdrey and his father Lord (Colin) Cowdrey were only the second father and son to captain the England cricket team. He was a regular broadcaster with BBC and Sky Television before joining TalkSport Radio as the lead cricket presenter. characters.
Performances
1 x 45 minute lecture
1 x 45 minute Q&A / Interview
Audience
UK
Location
United Kingdom
Home Airport
TBC, UK



Former English cricketer, Chris Cowdrey and his father Colin were the second father and son to have both captained the England cricket team. He was a regular broadcaster with BBC and Sky Television before joining TalkSport Radio as the lead cricket presenter. Now in high demand as an after-dinner speaker, he entertains audiences with tales of his time on the England squad.

Following in his father’s footsteps, Chris joined the Kent and England teams, and Captained the Kent team for six years from 1985. With his brother Graham also playing professional cricket there was a Cowdrey on the Kent team sheet for 48 consecutive years. In 1988, Chris was appointed England Captain against West Indies.

He was a regular broadcaster with BBC and Sky Television before joining TalkSport Radio as the lead cricket presenter. Speaking at a wide-range of corporate events, Chris’s natural humour and library of sporting tales makes him a sought after speaker.

Chris Cowdrey
Former England Cricket Captain