Raahil Chopra
Jul 16, 2010

Must watch on TV: Loads of cricket coming your way

Viewing the idiot box this weekend, may not be as interesting as it was over the last few weekends, with the end of the FIFA World Cup, but there's still plenty of TV viewing coming your way this weekend.

Must watch on TV: Loads of cricket coming your way

Viewing the idiot box this weekend, may not be as interesting as it was over the last few weekends, with the end of the FIFA World Cup, but there's still plenty of TV viewing coming your way this weekend.

 
There's loads of cricket on TEN Sports: The first Test match between Pakistan and England is currently on its way and the last two days could be of major interest. Pakistan require 326 more runs with nine wickets in hand to upset the Australians in a Test match that's gone a long way in bringing back interest towards cricket and specifically the longer version of the game. Catch day four and five on Friday and Saturday from 15:20 hours onwards.
 
On Sunday, the top ranked Test team, India travel to Sri Lanka (yet again), to play a Test series. The first Test match begins on Sunday at Galle from 10:00 hours onwards. 
 
For MotoGP lovers, there's the German MotoGP this weekend. The race in Sachsenring starts at 14:30 hours on Sunday on STAR Sports.
 
For Adlanders, there's Storyboard on CNBC TV18.
 
This week on Storyboard, Goliath Nokia slips as local Davids gobble up market share. Find out how Indian mobile handset brand have slowly but surely won with the Indian consumer. Elections, bad blood and breakaway bodies - the Indian ad industry desperately needs some help. And Amitabh Bachchan is back on KBC- will this be Sony's ticket to the No 1 spot.
 
Catch all these stories and much more on Storyboard at 08:30 hours and and 14:30 hours on Saturday and 11:30 hours on Sunday on CNBC TV18
 

 

Source:
Campaign India

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