Nasser Hussain's turbulent reign as England Captain ended in the summer of 2003, with his series victories over the West Indies, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe making him the most successful and influential leader since Mike Brearley.
However do we know the real Nasser Hussain? Where does he comes from; where does he live; what are his attitudes to his family and friends; how does he prepare for a tour; what are his views on captaincy and the modern game?
Having spent six months tracking Nassers every move 'Nasser Hussain - The Real Story' answers those questions and gives a fascinating insight into the life of one of Englands most charismatic captains.
The 80-minute programme traces the his life from the early days in Madras, growing up in England and his early games for Essex, to his appointment as England Captain and his preparation to regain the Ashes.
With personal commentary throughout, this programme also features interviews with Nassers family - particularly his influential father, his friends and his England colleagues. Cricketing legends Ian Botham, Mike Atherton and David Gower also contribute frank and revealing interviews.
Featuring more than 30 minutes of scintillating cricket footage this programme uncovers the real Nasser Hussain and shows him as he really is as we share the pressures, hopes and thoughts of one of Englands most controversial players.