Former Australia international Stuart Law gives his thoughts on Fire In Babylon - the critically-acclaimed new movie which documents the period of time in which the West Indies dominated the world of cricket.
Cricket World TV caught by up with former England international - and 2003 Rugby World Cup winner - Will Greenwood at the European premiere of Fire In Babylon in London.
He talks about his anticipation about watching the film as well as his own experiences of playing cricket and his long-standing love for the game.
On the red, green and gold carpet ahead of the European premiere of Fire In Babylon in London, former England A and Hampshire cricketer Mark Nicholas spoke to us.
Ahead of the European premiere of Fire In Babylon in London, Cricket World caught up with a number of stars on the red, green and gold carpet. In this clip, we get the views of England cricketers past and present Isa Guha, Ebony Rainford-Brent and Chris Broad as well as celebrity chef Ainsley Harriott.
Fire In Babylon is the cricket film that the world is talking about, including Irish comedian Patrick Kielty and he spoke to Cricket World at the European Premiere in London.
He passes comment in inimitable style on Ireland's recent World Cup victory over England as well as looking ahead to the film, which showcases West Indies' dominance over the world game in the 1970s and 1980s.
Cricket World talk to the team behind the acclaimed Fire In Babylon film, which documents the West Indian era of dominance in cricket. We caught up with producers Ben Elliot and Ben Goldsmith as well as Director Stevan Riley.
England international Paul Collingwood chats to Cricket World at the European premiere of Fire In Babylon in London. As well as talking about the film, he talks about his own experiences of facing quick bowling and the recent decision taken by the ECB to award the Twenty20 captaincy to Stuart Broad as well as how he now feels fresh following a break from the game due to injury.
Actor Hugh Grant chats to Cricket World ahead of the European premiere of Fire In Babylon. He discusses his own cricketing pedigree before moving on to talk about the film - which focusses on the great West Indian team of the era of the likes of Clive Lloyd, Sir Vivian Richards and Michael Holding.