From: Brian Sheridan, Lodge Moor, Sheffield.
ONCE again the BBC has attracted readers’ criticism for its “excessive coverage of Wimbledon on its two main channels” (The Yorkshire Post, July 10).
Why readers say BBC at fault for serving up too much Wimbledon tennis – Yorkshire Post letters
In fact, over the year, the Corporation affords tennis less exposure than pursuits such as dancing, baking and cooking.
Having ceded other grand slams, cricket and most other sports to commercial broadcasters, it is left with Wimbledon as its prize possession.
Pensioners say BBC licence fee is not worth the money for over-75s – Yorkshire Post letters
The result is overkill for a fortnight. Perhaps if tennis publicity were spread over the year we might get more people actually playing.
Time to put OAPs before celebrity presenters in BBC licence fee and pay row – Jayne Dowle
To those who hate tennis: just grin and bear it; you won’t be troubled for the other 50 weeks of the year.