UK users can listen online to the featured matches being played in the Caribbean and there is plenty more to help you keep in touch with the action.
The television highlights will be simulcast to UK web users on bbc.co.uk/cricket from about 2300 after the match action has finished.
Our team of journalists will also provide insight and colour with over-by-over text commentary on the big matches, regularly updated reports and the latest reaction from the grounds.
You can contribute to these text commentaries by texting your thoughts on the match, or even photos and videos of you and your friends watching the cricket, to 84040. This will open from the first match onwards.
Jonathan Agnew will be giving his verdict on the action and we have players including England's Paul Collingwood and Liam Plunkett and Scotland's Paul Hoffman giving a personal take on the World Cup.
There are more opportunities than ever before for you to contribute your thoughts and debate the key issues.
Your comments are welcome on the Test Match Special blog, with England and Scotland players and BBC commentators contributing.
The new 606 allows you to comment, debate and create articles to offer your take on what is happening in the Caribbean.
And wherever you are in the world watching or listening to the cricket, send your photos to the Test Match Special group on Flickr.
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The Cricket World Cup dominates cricket coverage on Ceefax p340.
There will be match reports, scorecards and reaction and an in-vision latest on the major matches on p350 if you want to have the score in the corner of your screen.
Page 340 is also the place to go for news and reports on digital TV. Press the red button while watching any BBC TV channel and enter the page number.