BBC's diversity policy compromises quality

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Sonia McLoughlin, what is she doing working as an interviewer for the BBC's Six Nations team?

She is terrible; banal, obvious and insight-free. It is also becoming quite clear that there is little love lost between her and Martin Johnson.

We suspect that Johnno, in his typical, no nonsense, "what the blazes would you know about it?" style, is rather unreconstructed when it comes to being interviewed about rugby by a woman. And good on him for it. Everyone knows she's only there to promote "diversity" and appeal to a "wider audience".

Trouble is, she's hideously uninteresting, whatever the BBC's social engineers might think.

They should get Eddie Butler to do more interviews: at least he combines journalistic skill, rugby knowledge and TV experience - all of which are rather more important than being easy on the eye.

Oh, and England won with something to spare.

Had you no faith?

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