What Donnie wrote about "the delay" prompted me to post an item I'd forgotten about since last year:
It's a perennial problem for the Australian sports fan - how can you listen to the radio commentary while you watch the match on TV?
Thanks to a delay in the broadcast of the TV pictures, this has been next to impossible unless people were happy to hear the action a few seconds before they saw it.
Not much fun if they are sweating on a crucial goal in the final seconds or screaming an LBW appeal at the screen only for the radio to give the game away.
But some ingenious engineering students from Melbourne University have come up with what could be a salvation for a nation's sports fans.
The 'Delay-o-tron' is a gadget that matches radio broadcast with the TV pictures.