In 1977 Mike llewellyn almost became one of the few players in cricket history to strike a ball over the tall and imposing Pavillion at Lords.
His feat came during the Gillette Cup Final against Middlesex, with the aggressive left hander having started his innings with two fours and a six off Mike Gatting. Then came his enormous blow, off the bowling of England off spinner John Emburey, as Mike hit a ball into the gutter on the roof of the famous building.
We talk to him about his childhood in Clydach, his experiences on the ground staff at Lords and his playing career with Glamorgan.
We also hear about Mike's transition to being a businessman in the years after finishing in the first class game.
There are lots of laughs (mainly form Mike!) along the way as he gives us a flavour of what it was like being a county cricketer in the 70s and 80s.