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Posted by wigstar (U14943883) on Saturday, 3rd November 2012
Why does the BBC insist on sending a full film crew and 5 (I don't think I have left anyone out) commentators to every race, even when it is a highlight show and they are commentating on a video feed supplied to them by F1. If the BBC are so strapped for cash, why don't they commentate on the feed from a studio in London.
After producing a lousy deal for the licence fee payer with Sky on the grounds of cost saving why do you still see fit to waste millions of pounds like this.
Posted by Dover Soul (U14934992) on Saturday, 3rd November 2012
For the people who don't have sky? Anyway, this weekend's race is a live BBC one.
Apart from that you may want to add your post to here - www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mb...
or here www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mb...
as not only does this messageboard not talk much about sport, but there are other thread already running.
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