We reflect on Ben Stokes' relentless and ridiculous display of batting that fired England to a stunning Ashes win at Headingley.
In episode one of Ashes in the 80s, we look back on 1981 as Ian Botham's Headingley heroics helped England retain the urn.
Ben Stokes says hitting the winning runs at Headingley was "amazing" - and that his innings showed how he has developed.
Ben Stokes has revealed how David Warner’s interjections inspired his match-winning Ashes century at Headingley.
"Reinvented" Stuart Broad says he has a lot of Test cricket left in him after starring for England in the Ashes series.
Nasser Hussain and Ricky Ponting reflect on a thrilling Ashes, talk up Archer, Smith and Stokes, and ponder what's next for both sides.
England's leading man Ben Stokes spoke for an entire nation of cricket fans as he summed up an unforgettable summer in five words: "It has been a blast."
Former Test spinner Monty Panesar thinks England’s victory against Australia at The Oval may have rescued Joe Root from the sack.
Australia coach Justin Langer says David Warner allowed England bowler Stuart Broad to "get into his head" during his woeful Ashes series.
Joe Root says England must not put too much pressure on "special" Jofra Archer despite the seamer's scintillating summer.
Bob Willis runs the rule over England's drawn Ashes campaign and dishes out his end-of-series marks and comments.
Ricky Ponting praises Matthew Wade after his wonderful ton at The Oval but says Australia will have "mixed emotions" tying the series.
Mark Ramprakash and Bob Willis reflect on England's summer of highs and lows and ponder what the future holds for the side.
Sir Ian Botham says England should look to bed in some young talent as they build for the Ashes in Australia in two years time.
Australia lift the urn, England level the series and the Trevor Bayliss era comes to an end. Here are the best bits from The Oval...
Trevor Bayliss on changing England's white-ball mindset, the World Cup final and the talents of Jofra Archer and Ben Stokes.
Joe Root is determined to captain England in the next Ashes series and "be at the front" of their bid to regain the urn.
Graham Gooch and Bob Willis reflect on England's 2-2 Ashes draw with Australia. But was that a fair result?
After over two decades of service to Sky Sports, we're saying goodbye to Sir Ian Botham and David Gower. Here are some of their highlights...
England ensured the Ashes series ended 2-2 after dismissing Australia for 263 to complete victory in the final Test.
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