Why, oh why, do radio stations deem it necessary to play music(?!) or drum beats whilst giving out road/traffic news?
It's difficult enough to concentrate on what's being said whilst driving, but the repetitive music(?!) or drum beats drowning out what's being said make it almost impossible.
I want to hear the reports, I listen to music the remainder of the time. I've tried asking several radio stations why they do it, but have never received an answer.
It just seems so counter-intuitive drown out what you're broadcasting by making a noise.
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