YP Letters: Strictly patronising words from male viewers

From: Susan Abbott, Melbourne Road, Wakefield.

Should Ed Balls still be on Strictly?

The adverse comments (The Yorkshire Post, December 3) regarding Strictly Come Dancing from two men (one who has never even seen the programme) are very patronising.

This is more than a dance competition, it is a family fun entertainment show and should be seen as such.

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However to see those competitors progressing 
from having no previous 
dance experience, determined to improve and learn from 
their professional dance partners, is well worth watching – and remember not everyone who enjoys dancing can physically dance any more.

However with any competition, surely the best deserve to win in the end?

Anyway, what else is there to watch on a Saturday evening – football perhaps or snooker? Each to his own!

From: Aled Jones, Southcliffe Road, Bridlington.

TELEVISED snooker is 
one of the few programmes 
today that’s devoid of party-political bias.

Or is it?

Don’t reds outnumber blues by 15 to one?