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PollyinBrum Report 26 Apr 2013 14:24

I thought David Colman was funny when he was presenter with team captains Bill Beaumont Captain of the England (rugby union team) , Emlyn Hughes (England soccer Captain) and Ian Botham Test Cricket Captain. He used to drop some very funny gaffes, and had everyone screaming with laughter. I can still picture Bill and Emlyn in tears at him.

My son brought a book called "Colmen Balls" and he was always repeating DC Gaffes.


Robert Report 26 Apr 2013 14:19

Preferred it when Ally McCoist and John Parrott were the Captains.


Lyndi Report 26 Apr 2013 13:31

Always watch it. Like GG1 I think it's the chemistry between Phil. Matt and Sue that's the key to how much I enjoy it :-D


'Emma' Report 26 Apr 2013 13:13

GB can't argue with that


GlitterBaby Report 26 Apr 2013 13:09

Has to be one of the best programmes on the telly.


'Emma' Report 26 Apr 2013 13:05

I think so to Bob.

Paula I also watched it when David Coleman was the presenter but,
it didn't hold the same interest for me then. I think because Sue, Phil
and Matt always have a laugh it rubs off on the audience and guests
alike makes it entertaining.



PollyinBrum Report 26 Apr 2013 12:58

I have always watched it, and remember when David Coleman was the presenter. It has continuously been good entertainment, I think it is mainly because all of the participants know about sport and genuinely seem to enjoy it.


Bobtanian Report 26 Apr 2013 12:41

Good Entertainment.........


'Emma' Report 26 Apr 2013 12:26

I never thought I would find interesting or like.

I never miss it, OH can't get over me liking it as
am not what you would call a person who loves
watching sport, and over time have found myself answering
some questions.

The programme is A Question of Sport, anyone else watch it?