The Guardian festival blog: Personality missing from BBC sporting contest | Brief letters | Sport

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My abiding memory of the Bath Festival of Blues and Progressive Music of 1970 (Letters, 3 October), to give it its full title, was Pink Floyd coming on stage in the early hours with a local women’s choir to perform Atom Heart Mother, not to mention Led Zeppelin headlining on the Sunday night. It was a amazing lineup and, as a Glasto regular gearing up for the ticket sale this Sunday, I am so glad that Michael Eavis was there with us at the Shepton Mallet showground that weekend 48 years ago.
Stephen Fash
Chobham, Surrey

While changing the format of the Sports Personality of the Year awards (Sport, 3 October), I wonder if the BBC might consider changing the name perhaps to Sports Person of the Year, thus making it more accurate. Many recent winners have hardly had much personality.
Stuart Waterworth
Tavistock, Devon

Re your article (Warning of ‘empathy crisis’, 4 October), behavioural psychologists such as Paul Piff…


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