Where’s Wally?

Who enjoys 'lift' music?

Having burst a blood vessel three months ago whilst viewing Tellytrack, I was declared fit to assume my position in my armchair at 17h00 on Saturday, to look forward to two excellent UK evening meetings – with Stateside racing if I was needy or greedy.

Ralph Fell writes in the SP Mailbag that he  soon deduced that there was a deathly hush emanating from the Tellytrack studio.

Where’s Lyall, I thought?

He was always excited about presenting evening UK racing and never kept us waiting for the result in a photo finish.

Strike season is upon us so I feared the worst. Alternatively, is there cost cutting afoot?

Instead I was inundated with the most dreadful ‘lift music’ known to humankind.

At 20h31 a slide was displayed for thirty seconds being Betting World’s odds on the ladies soccer match between Germany and Sweden.

I did not avail myself of the opportunity to have a strike, as the match kicked off at 18h30….

Mediocrity is a polite way to phrase it.

Is Lyall OK?

I’m not. I suffered a nose bleed and have been suspended from watching Tellytrack for two months with immediate effect.

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