That's probably a typo above;I think you mean 'SPBC',the South Pole Broadcasting Channel,and not the 'B'BC.What do you consider the most popular sport in your homeland?Would it be Glacier Surfing,Ice Skateboarding,Orca Jumping...or would it be something else entirely?
Interesting you should ask this. They're currently showing the third round of the Antarctic Open, where the number 3 seed Andy Brrr-ay (Falkland Islands) is two sets to one down against Whale Arthurs, a qualifer from Ross Ice Shelf.
The film Surf's Up, with its very realistic
depictions of the region's surfing scene has increased participation about 300% in the last few years. Besides that, just the traditional sports of fishing and swimming, really.
BBC would consider it Formula 1 judging by the ridiculous amount spent, and the very poor renewal terms they got this time for a non exclusive part schedule.
Aye, but it gets more viewers than the snooker, I'd imagine.
Channel 5 used to show any old cheap sport, some of which were great, became popular, and then they were outbid by pay for view.
Channel 5 used to show a lot of weird stuff, including this show International King of Sports, which was brilliant but never really ran much beyond series one I don't think.