There is so much choice of commentary on tv and radio during this World Cup with commentary from a variety of different sources and it’s not the only time you get a choice.
World Cup Commentary
If you’re bored of the vuvuzelas you may wish to substitute the BBC or ITV for the World Cup commentary of BBC Radio Five Live. You can also get expert commentary from seasoned pros like Graham Beecroft and, former English footballer and manager, Bobby Gould on talkSPORT. There’s also a red button option on BBC TV that allows you to change the commentary.
Eurovision Commentary on TV and Radio
The World Cup is not the first international contest to have multiple sources of commentary. During Eurovision Song Contest 2010 you could choose between the cheeky Graham Norton on the TV commentary of the “Woganesque” mellow tones of Ken Bruce on BBC Radio 2. The only challenge, if you’re listening to the radio and watching the TV, is getting the audio and picture to sync up!