"At Channel 4, religion is not what it was."Ahmed is the first Muslim to be in charge of religious programming at the BBC.
I let the ball go with full effort and the ball was bouncing through, it had pace, nipping and it’s quite an exciting place to be.“I’m 31, not 35 or 36, I’ve still got things to offer and when you see improvements over a relatively short period of time like I have it gives you a lot of energy and a really good feeling.Following the lows of a 4-0 Ashes defeat in Australia and a humiliating innings loss in the opening match of this series against New Zealand, when they were bowled out for 58, Joe Root’s team are now threatening to throw away a final Test in which they had their opponents on their knees at 36 for five in their first innings.That was finally brought to an end inside the final hour when Broad had De Grandhomme caught behind on 72.Watching him in full flight was as good as you get really.
It doesn’t feel quite real particularly when you mention these kind of names.
I do feel like I have got a lot to offer but I had to improve and over that short period of time and I think I have.
On passing Ambrose, Broad added: “He was certainly one of my inspirations and heroes.
Hopes of breaking that soul-destroying sequence and registering a first away victory since Bangladesh were beaten in Chittagong in October 2016 remain good.
But Root’s team, who themselves were buoyed by significant lower-order partnerships in a first innings held together by a fine fifth Test hundred from Jonny Bairstow, will believe they can carve out a match-winning lead given they are just five overs away from taking a second new ball.
“To get that wicket late on, it’s opened the game up again,” said Broad.