We caught up with Nottinghamshire all-rounder Graeme White in the early part of the county season, and asked him for his thoughts on his side's opening season, his goals for the season, and whether England would win the Ashes.
England and Middlesex fast bowler Steven Finn is looking forward to the 2013 season, which is a massive one for England with the visit of New Zealand, Australia and the ICC Champions Trophy ahead of them.
And Finn, who will be hoping to be involved in the series against New Zealand, the Champions Trophy and the Investec Ashes, is keen to get going.
Stevan Riley, director of the new film that is earning rave reviews in the world of cricket, Fire In Babylon, spoke to us ahead of the European Premiere of the film in London.
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.
South African Kirk Wernars, a relatively unheralded all-rounder from Western Province, is heading into his first season of county cricket with Sussex in high spirits.
He impressed the 2009 Twenty20 Cup winners when he played against them for a Cape Cobras Emerging Players side in 2010 in Dubai and subsequently signed for them along with Lou Vincent and Naved Arif.
Leicestershire batsman Will Jefferson looks ahead to the 2011 county season and his belief that they will earn promotion to Division One of the LV= County Championship.
Leicestershire all-rounder Wayne White talks during the launch of Leicestershire's county season about his own prospects of getting back to playing following an injury, his winter in Australia and the season ahead.
Leicestershire and England Lions batsman James Taylor talks to Cricket World ahead of the 2011 county cricket season. He talks about his winter abroad in Australia and the West Indies, his reflections on the World Cup, and the season ahead for Leicestershire.
In this interview, former Australian international and 2003 World Cup winner Ian Harvey, well ahead of the knockout stage of the 2011 World Cup, says India were his pick to reach the final. Having also gone for Australia - he was half right!
Leicestershire captain Matthew Hoggard tells Cricket World about playing cricket at Wormsley CC, his thoughts on England's long winter and looks ahead to the new county season.
Middlesex Managing Director of Cricket and former England fast bowler Angus Fraser talks to Jim White during a Cricket World and Dennis groundcare roadshow at Uxbridge CC.
Former England and Surrey batsman Mark Butcher talks to Cricket World at Lord's, telling Amit Masram about his time in the game, the recently-concluded Ashes series and looking ahead to the World Cup.
Former England fast bowler Bob Willis spoke to Cricket World at a launch event at Lord's, talking about the recently-concluded Ashes series and assessing England's World Cup chances.
Hampshire left-hander Jimmy Adams is backing England's Kevin Pietersen to be one of the most consistent batsmen...
Leicestershire veteran and former England player Paul Nixon has confidently predicted a historic 2-1 victory for England in...
Alastair Cook believes that England's exciting tour of the Ashes that commences in just over a month will be an opportunity...
England captain Andrew Strauss believes that his side have got the perfect blend of players to take to Australia next week...
Former county cricketer David Hemp feels that England will prevail over their Australian counter-parts in away from home ...
Former England and Middlesex spinner Phil Tufnell believes this is a great time for England to win an Ashes series in...
Former England wicket-keeper Alec Stewart believes that England have a strong chance of retaining the Ashes this winter...
In the latest of a series of interviews with former players and coaches who are lending their support to Andrew Flintoff's Cricket Academy this summer, Alex Tudor spoke to us about his time at a camp in Shrewsbury.
Below are his thoughts on the camps, inspiring youngsters to get involved and the Olympics.
Former England international Paul Nixon has been enjoying a busy summer promoting his autobiography Keeping Quiet, but he has also found time to work hard as one of a number of ex-players involved in the Andrew Flintoff Cricket Academy camps.
Backed by Activate Sport and Co-Operative, they are providing youngsters with the opportunity to try out the game, learn new skills and benefit from the wealth of knowledge that Nixon and the likes of Flintoff, Luke Sutton and Dean Headley can offer from their experience within the game.
This week Cricket World was lucky enough to be joined by former England international Dean Headley, who has recently been sharing his wisdom with youngsters at the Andrew Flintoff Cricket Academy.
Headley spoke extremely positively about the potential impact the Flintoff Academy could have on the lives of young cricketers.
Cricket World caught up with Sussex batsman and former Cricket World MVP Luke Wells to discuss all things Sussex, Luke's form and aims, his winter in Sri Lanka, the ICC World Twenty20, England versus South Africa and the Olympics.
Wells spoke confidently and enthusiastically about the form of Sussex this year and their potential to convert that form into trophies towards the end of the season.
A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news from as we get the thoughts of former Essex and England spin bowler Peter Such on the upcoming England-Australia ODI series.
He anticipates a tough series of five One-Day Internationals for Alastair Cook's men and although Australia are going through a transitional period, Such believes they are still a good team.
Yorkshire all-rounder Richard Pyrah is confident that the White Rose county can make a big impression during the Friends Life t20 competition.
Speaking to us following T20 training, he talks about the season so far, his own success in Twenty20 cricket and new signing - South African all-rounder David Miller.
Yorkshire Strength and Conditioning coach Tom Summers plays a key role in keeping members of the squad fit and ready for the variety of challenges they face during the county season.
In this interview with Cricket World, he explains the sort of things he has to take into account to ensure the White Rose County are in peak condition and gets behind the team as they get ready for the start of the Friends Life t20 campaign.
Yorkshire fast bowler Moin Ashraf talked to us ahead of Yorkshire Friends Life t20 campaign. After being put through his paces by the Yorkshire strength and conditioning coaches, he talked about the season so far, Yorkshire's prospects in the competition and the strengths of their squad.