YOUR SAY

Tell the fun po­lice to leave Iain He­wit­son alone, and get those reg­u­la­tory of­fi­cers find­ing a bet­ter method to rate TV shows

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was in­ter­est­ing, ed­u­ca­tional and funny. I hope he gets his own se­ries.

Why stand for it?

from Henry Simcox, Hawthorn East WHY is Jo Hall read­ing the Chan­nel 9 news stand­ing up? Who took away the desk?

We don’t dig it

from Colin, email THE ha­bit­ual and pro­longed ‘‘oohs’’ and ‘‘aahs’’ that Jane Ed­man­son ex­claims af­ter hear­ing about some in­trigu­ing gar­den­ing is­sue on 3AW’s Big Back Yard are more ir­ri­tat­ing than a rash from the sting of a net­tle leaf. Her as­tute hor­ti­cul­tural ad­vice would be more pro­duc­tive if she could prune this mean­ing­less ver­biage.

Best of Bri­tish

from Kevin ‘‘Pom­mie’’ Rugg, Beau­maris THOSE two Pom­mie com­men­ta­tors on the SBS cov­er­age of the Tour de France were su­perb. They kept up a knowl­edge­able and in­ter­est­ing com­men­tary, day af­ter day, with just a hint of gen­tle English hu­mour. I re­main, Sir, com­pletely un­bi­ased.

Stop telling us

from Bill Howard, Ivan­hoe THE con­stant cross and self­pro­mo­tion of ABC 774 per­son­al­i­ties and pro­grams is fast match­ing 3AW’s daily ad­ver­tis­ing con­tent (al­most non-stop). To ABC 774: stop think­ing you be­long to an exclusive mu­tual ad­mi­ra­tion so­ci­ety.

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