As England begin a busy winter of matches, BBC Test Match Special will broadcast ball-by-ball commentary on England's one-day international series in Sri Lanka.
Simon Mann, Simon Hughes and Roshan Abeysinghe will be on commentary duty for the seven-match series.
They will be joined by a panel of expert summarisers including former England off-spinner Vic Marks, ex-Sri Lanka all-rounder Russel Arnold and former England seamer Isa Guha.
Following the World Cup, England head to the West Indies for three Tests, before hosting New Zealand and Australia in the summer.
BBC Radio will also have commentary on all games in the multi-format Women's Ashes series in July and August 2015.
|How to listen to TMS|
|BBC Radio 5 live sports extra - via digital radio; digital satellite channel 0144; Freeview channel 706; cable TV channel 864 or 908|
|BBC Radio 4 - via analogue radio on 198 LW; digital satellite channel 0143|
|BBC Sport website - via bbc.co.uk/cricket|
|Via the BBC Red Button, via the BBC iPlayer Radio app for iPhone and Android, and via the BBC Sport app which now features live radio streaming which you can hear while reading the live text and reports|
|Get BBC iPlayer Radio on your mobile|
You can also hear cricket coverage on the BBC World Service, and the BBC Sport website will have live text commentaries on all of England's games, as well as reports, features, columns and blogs.
BBC Local Radio will broadcast live commentary of every single county match under a new agreement with the England & Wales Cricket Board, with increased coverage on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra most weeks.
You can also access the BBC Ashes Archive at bbc.co.uk/ashesarchive for some famous historical moments from the past, as described by TMS.
In January 2012, BBC Sport announced a new six-year radio rights deal with the England and Wales Cricket Board, which means TMS will be on air with exclusive radio commentary of all home series up to and including the end of the 2019 season, with more coverage of domestic cricket and women's internationals..
Most cricket broadcast via the BBC Sport website is available to UK users only.
England's full fixtures (times and coverage details subject to change)