F1 » BBC confirms F1 2010 commentary line-up


The BBC has confirmed an unchanged commentary line-up for 2010, meaning Martin Brundle, David Coulthard and Jake Humphrey remain on-board - as do the less universally popular Jonathan Legard and Eddie Jordan...

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FooAtari - Unregistered

February 09, 2010 12:25 PM

@andrew mac
"They can keep their HD coverage though. HD TVs are miles outwith some views financial capabilities and to be honest, there arn't any high definition programmes to warrant an HD TV"

First of all, it's not compulsory, it will be a few years before anything is available "HD only". Choice is always a good thing.

As for HD being outside some viewers financial capabilities. When did you last check the price of HD TV's? They are very affordable now. As is HD content. Freesat HD is completely free once you have spent £70 - 100 on the box. And for Sky subscribers the HD box is now free, and the HD package is soon to become free too.

HD is very affordable for the high majority.

Neil - Unregistered

March 11, 2010 6:50 AM

What an idiot the Eddie Jordan is. and exactly how annoying? The only one that speaks any sense is as always Martin Brundle.

For my licence fee pennies, sack the lot except Martin.

I agree whole heartedly about HD. Where is it

cosicave - Unregistered

December 17, 2010 1:57 AM

Well, I tried to post a reasonable comment which was very much on-topic, regarding your apparent change of perception with regard to Jonathan Legard.

However, after being told that my comment was unacceptable because it makes full use of proper English punctuation (i.e. it will not allow the use of a semi-colon), I feel it best that I leave this comment exactly as it now is.

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