The B.B.C.'s coverage of the New York Giants v Miami Dolphins at Wembley was exactly as I suspected it would be, fronted by a muppet and not enough real highlights of the game. But it was good to have Jimmy Armfield back on 5Live's football broadcast on Sunday.
The journalist unions are up in arms about job cuts at the B.B.C. in a classic case of 1950's 'I'm All Right Jack' they like 10 people doing the job of one.
as England's luck ran out against Russia they were faced with only a half wit manager leading donkeys into battle, this defeat should have ended McClown's job but he and the fool that employed him as still there.
Why do TV companies spoil their programmes with stupid banners telling us what's on next and then drown out the dialogue doing exactly the same?
For some reason twenty five years after first getting an audience on British TV the BBC is going to show some NFL with the London game and the Super Bowl, can they be worse than ITV?
Was Sven really the one that sucked the life out of England during his reign or was it the one who did it at 'Boro and is still doing it with Engalnd Steve the McClown McClaren.
The media have whipped up a red tinted spec viewed storm over ref Rob Styles shocker in the 'Pool v Cheslea game.
On sunday nights MotD2 they answered what was up with Alan Hansen's face, a bit of an accident with a candle but did it ring true?
An interesting article by the BBC's former business editor Jeff Randall about the workings at the organisation that helps explain their recent activities.
It seems that BBC employees only know that they shouldn't defraud the public after they've been on a training course, all expenses paid of course.
I'm never usually that bothered about Glastonbury but made sure I watched The Stooges set and the boys didn't disappoint with Iggy organising a stage invasion.
Lord Steves' bungs inquiry into Premiership transfers has come up with the usual suspect who all claimed they had done nothing wrong after the BBCs Panorama programme.
New BBC show 'The Seven Ages OF Rock' didn't disappoint, I thought it wouldn't be that good and it wasn't. The first programme about Jimi Hendrix could have been so much better and the rest of the series looks just as bad.
Spurs face an away tie at Chelsea in the FA Cup quarter finals thans to Terry Venables and the BBC again tried their best to kill of the great competition with three more dire matches at the weekend.
Liverpool beat West Ham on penalities in the F.A. Cup but seem have gone overboard in describing it the greatest cup final.