Talksport is pretty rank.
Since the switch to 24hr sport it's a lot poorer. Who wants to hear endless transfer talk? Or the same interviews repeated about 5 times throughout the day. There is to be a talkSPORT2 (can you imagine how bad that'll be, the Micky Quinn and Matt Holland Power Hour!), but talkradio is coming back - so that could be decent.
Even H and J are going through the motions/money for old rope. Still the best thing on the station though.
I quite like the 2 Mikes though - it's a lot of shite and Parry is quite clearly a compulsive liar, (he's starting to get caught out with his stories that he's told in this segment, and now he's on 4 days a week), but it can be mildy amusing - good to drift off to or exercise too and not listen to.
Graham quite clearly doesn't give two hoots about sport either. He thought the Europa Games tomorrow were league formats.
Whale could be a knob at times, but him and Ash were great, Ian Collins was alright as well. The non-stop sport format is too much especially at times like now when there is nothing going on, or what is going on e.g Wimbledon - they don't have enough experts to talk about it.
The 10pm and through the night slot could be excellent listening at times on nightshift, and not just the madcap callers, but you would get some pretty interesting people and discussions. Who wants to hear Ian Taylor or some journeyman Villa player who called in to Breakfast in a repeated interview with his views on Sherwood and Wilkins??
Saturday's Warm Up is funny though. Perfect just once a week as anymore it may well wear thin, but Vaughan clearly has no interest or liking for any of the TS elite - and reguarly takes the micky out of Quinn, Brazil, Durham, and TS in general. He's filled in for Murray and Breakfast a few times too - and love his disregard for everyone.