No Breaks

No Breaks

A Lost Season in British Speedway
Roddy McDougall
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No Breaks: A Lost Season in British Speedway is a story of survival. Once Britain's second most popular sport, speedway has been banished to industrial estates and forgotten by the mainstream media. There was fresh optimism ahead of 2020, until the coronavirus crisis stopped the season in its tracks. This is the story of speedway's tumultuous year.

Click here to hear author Roddy McDougall on Radio 4's Today programme

Click here to read Roddy's piece in The European

Click here to read a piece on No Breaks in the Edinburgh News

Click here to read a piece on No Breaks in The Oldie

Click here to hear author Roddy McDougall on Radio TalkSPORT with Paul Ross

About the author

Roddy McDougall worked as a journalist for several national news broadcasters. A producer and reporter for BBC News and BBC TV Sport, he moved on to senior roles in news editing with TV-am, GMTV and ITN where he was Head of Home News. He's written for When Saturday Comes and has co-authored a forthcoming walking book on his birthplace, Edinburgh. He currently works in London as a media and presentation coach.

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