The comedian discusses his love of the game, his work on TMS and some of his favourite cricket stats
In between typing out Bond novels and slurping on vodka martinis, Ian Fleming had Caribbean coastal views to gaze upon from GoldenEye. David Hockney has holed up in the Hollywood Hills, Bridlington and Normandy, never without a pack of cigarettes or, more recently, his iPad.
Andy Zaltzman is in his shed at the bottom of his garden in Streatham, south London, where “the phone signal is crap but it’s got pretty good wifi”. It’s not Malibu or Jamaica but it’s a “pretty nice” spot where he can hunker down with his two muses: statistics and satire.
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