The 2005 Ashes is widely thought to be the greatest Test series in the history of the competition. It enthralled two nations and catapulted Andrew ‘Freddie’ Flintoff to icon status.
A titanic battle between bat and ball, featuring one of the closest ever test match finishes, it was the series that had it all and breathed life back into English cricket.
Its dramatic ebb and flow is retold by the likes of Michael Vaughan, Adam Gilchrist, Glenn McGrath, Justin Langer and Andrew Strauss. Narrated by lifelong cricket fan and current Marylebone Cricket Club President, Stephen Fry.