- Nov 29, 2006
Absolutely. You cannot turn on newstalk at the weekend without some sports sh**e wreckin' the buzz.The Analyser said:I agree. We have far too much sport on the main channels. It bores the daylights off me. When Driveline tried to cram a two hour programme into one and a half hours, so that they could give the 6.30 slot to dull Des and his sports whining, the show lost me as a listener. (Come back Five Seven Live. Far far better!). And the fact that The Last Word was all Cheltenham talk meant that I tuned out all week.tumeltyni said:I like Newstalk, listen to it a lot, but what's with the 3 hours of sport in the evening, just when I'm free to listen to it? And what makes it even worse is on Friday's George starts using his time to talk sport too. I want news, not sport! I think it's time for another radio, SportsTalk, so that we normal people can avoid it. What do you think?
We desparately need a sports channel so that we can banish all the sport heads into a broadcasting isolation ward. 8)