Chris Gayle chatted to Cricket World TV during the launch of the Chris Gayle Academy in London, a project which aims to use cricket to develop young people into community leaders both in England and around the world.
In this interview clip, he focusses on the Champions Trophy, reflecting on being part of the side that won in 2004, how they might fare in 2013, and whether he could one day emulate Sachin Tendulkar by scoring a double-century in a limited overs match.
In their final Indian Premier League 2013 discussion, John Pennington and Chetan Narula cover a variety of topics as they look back at both Sunday's final, won by Mumbai Indians, and the tournament as a whole.
They also react to the latest news in the spot-fixing controversy and look back on Sachin Tendulkar as an Indian Premier League player after his retirement at the end of the final.
Following Mumbai Indians' 23-run win over Chennai Super Kings in the final, Sachin Tendulkar has confirmed that the Indian Premier League 2013 was his final IPL tournament.
Meanwhile, former Mumbai captain Tendulkar's latest successor Rohit Sharma has been fined $20,000 for his side maintaining a slow-over rate during the final.
Mumbai Indians recorded their eighth successive win at home as they fought off a spirited Rajasthan Royals fightback to claim a 14-run win at the Wankhede Stadium.
Chasing 167 to win, Rajasthan slipped to 28 for four and 88 for six but it took the return of Lasith Malinga to finally see off Rajasthan, who closed on 152 for seven.
Mumbai Indians kept up the pressure on Indian Premier League 2013 leaders Chennai Super Kings with a convincing 65-run win over reigning champions Kolkata Knight Riders.
Runs for Sachin Tendulkar, Dwayne Smith and Dinesh Karthik guided Mumbai to 170 for six before Harbhajan Singh took three for 27 to dismiss Kolkata for 105.
Mumbai Indians revived their flagging Indian Premier League 2013 fortunes with a last-over five-wicket win over reigning champions Kolkata Knight Riders at Eden Gardens.
After Dwayne Smith had thumped 62, it was left to Ambati Rayudu to hit the penultimate ball for four to hand Kolkata a third consecutive defeat, and one that leaves their chances of retaining the title hanging by a thread.
Cricket World TV looks back at India's eight-wicket win over Australia in the opening Test in Chennai. On the final day, Sachin Tendulkar hit two sixes from the first two balls he faced, adding to his first-innings score of 81.
Australia had done well to take the game through to day five but the partnership of Moises Henriques and Nathan Lyon could add only nine more runs before Ravindra Jadeja dismissed Lyon.
India wasted little time in wrapping up an eight-wicket victory over Australia on the final day of the first Test in Chennai, Sachin Tendulkar applying a flourish at the finish with a couple of big sixes shortly before the winning runs were hit.
Australia were only able to add nine runs to their overnight score before they were bowled out for 241 in their second innings, and India reached 50 for the loss of two wickets to go 1-0 up in the four-match series.