Brings back the halcyon days of early sport on television and radio.names, events, people I can remember with some affectionPublished 4 months ago by Gill Francis
Like many English sports fans, the majority of the calories I burn are used up by shouting at the TV and occasionally going to the shops for more beer and crisps. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mr. Iain R. Wear
I bought this mainly on review from H&J on Talksport
Didn't read it for ages but have smiled inside and out at the memories it's triggered
I've thought about my late... Read more
It's rare that I read a book in its entirety in a couple of days, but - despite being factually based - Sit Down and Cheer is a real page-turner for anyone who grew up in the 60s... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ruthie_M
As always with Mr Kelner's books, it made me laugh a great deal. He writes all too infrequently and I'm waiting for his next. Soon Mr Kelner? Read morePublished 13 months ago by R. Benson
Well done to Mr Kelner for writing this witty and informative history of TV sport. First class just like David Coleman.Published 17 months ago by J. Burton
Affectionately and wittily written trawl through the history of sport on British television.
Very enjoyable from start to finish, might treat myself to a "hard" copy.
An amusing and light hearted journey through television sport from the early Grandstand days to modern cut throat bidding for sporting rights via Sky and BT Sport. Read morePublished 17 months ago by slaterboy