England began their two test series with New Zealand, winning the toss and batting first, making 241-4 by the close.
Joe Denly made 74, Rory Burns 52 and Ben Stokes is 67 not out. New England opener, Dominic Sibley scored 22.
We review the day with Jonathan Agnew, Steve Finn and Mark Ramprakash. Plus interviews with Rory Burns and Neil Wagner.
Also we find out more about the beautiful venue, hosting its first test match.
Mt Maunganui preview: can 'reset' England grind NZ down?
Jonathan Agnew is joined by Steve Finn at the Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui, the day before the first Test against New Zealand.
We hear from England captain Joe Root, on England's 'reset' approach to Test cricket, and new opener Dom Sibley says how he dreamed about playing for England after watching the first day of the 2005 Ashes Test as a 10 year old.
Plus Sam Curran, picked ahead of Chris Woakes, tells us his experiences of bowling with the Kookaburra ball, and we hear from Jos Buttler and Kane Williamson.
There will be a podcast at close of play every day during the Test series, with full commentary on 5 live Sports Extra and via the BBC Sport website and app.
5 live Cricket: Buttler's batting and Root's reset
Ahead of the start of England’s Test series in New Zealand, Mark Chapman is joined by former opener Marcus Trescothick and Lancashire bowler Graham Onions.
We’ll hear in depth how Marcus has been helping Jos Buttler with his batting in the build up to the series, get Graham’s assessment of the new players in the England squad, and discuss the burgeoning relationship between Joe Root and new head coach Chris Silverwood.
Tuffers and Vaughan: Another Super Over and Steven Finn's fashion
Michael Vaughan is joined by Jimmy Anderson to discuss England's win in the T20 series after another Super Over against New Zealand.
They also chat to Jonathan Agnew and Steven Finn who are out in New Zealand.
4th T20: Record breaking victory and Finn’s washing woes.
Jonathan Agnew and Steven Finn review a record breaking day for England. We hear from Dawid Malan and the man he shared a record breaking partnership with Eoin Morgan.