Friday, March 02, 2007

BBC looking for Kenyan cricket fans

My apologies for taking so long to post this, but if anyone out there has a webcam and is a supporter of Kenyan cricket, there is an opportunity to show your support on the BBC:

The Cricket World Cup will soon be starting - and the BBC are looking for cricket fans with to appear live on BBC World TV during the tournament.

To take part, you'll need to have a passionate opinion about cricket and the impact of the World Cup in your country.
You'll also need to have a PC, a webcam and a reliable broadband connection.
We want to hear your views on the events in the West Indies.
My Cricket World Cup will be broadcast live on BBC World TV during March and April.
Each show will feature panels of ordinary people from all around the globe talking live on TV using webcams. We'll be discussing a wide range of issues - not just the cricket itself, but the impact of the Cricket World Cup around the world.

If you are interested, get in touch and I will pass your details on to the Beeb.


Anonymous said...

Hey, Ive been looking for your email address but without any luck. I was just wondering if you knew whether KBC will be showing Kenya's games during the world cup?

You can watch KBC channel 1 online at for 7 USD a month.

Please email me at or just post on the blog.



PS - Keep up the great work! I love the site.

Chemosit said...

Hi Jinal,

email can be found in profiles and i can also be contacted through CricketEurope.

I doubt that KBC are showing the WC, but if anyone hears different, it would be great to know.

Jim said...


I believe your friend might find this link useful

It lists cheaper, alternative sources to watch the World Cup and is legal.