Test Match Special | Seven Nation Army | Teachers’ taboos | Captain Kyd | David Cameron’s shed
As someone who went to a north London comprehensive school I may not be best placed to identify the “male public school tone” you refer to as being part of the ethos, albeit fading, of Test Match Special (Editorial, 6 July). What I can spot is a continuing commitment to public service broadcasting at its best. That is something that has a lot of enemies at the moment. Long live TMS, even Geoffrey Boycott’s discussion of rhubarb.
• How could Bill Hawkes (Letters, 6 July) be sure his violin-playing colleague was playing “Oh, Jeremy Corbyn” and not Seven Nation Army by the White Stripes?