Normally I'd never start by commenting on sartorial matters. Certainly not in the week of the Centennial Olympics getting under way. Fashion and clothes sense have always struck me as superficial matters (code for I'm a scruff merchant) much less important than the weighty issues of running, jumping and throwing things. However, the single most startling image of the first two days of the Games had to be when the lights went up in the ATV World studio. I said out loud: 'My God, what are they wearing?' There were Charlie Charters and his co-panellists done up like the cast of Salad Days in light tan (or was it sand grey) blazers with burgundy and blue piping on the lapels. And a gi-normous ATV crest on the breast pocket? TVB Pearl went for the more conservative look - with Andrew Sams, Tony Sealy and Don Bozarth sporting sensible blue jackets. Score one to TVB. That said, of course, it is trivial what they wear. What we're really interested in is the far more substantial question of who will make the biggest gaffe, boo-boo or cock-up? So far there is no candidates for the gold medal although sometimes the studio teams have been under pressure. They are at the mercy of the international feeds which flit capriciously from event to event without warning. That has led to exchanges such as Saturday night's between Sams and Sealy to the effect that 'We don't know who these competitors are yet but it looks like it could be . . .' as they tried to get their bearings after being rudely snatched away from the shooting range to a heavyweight judo mat. The same night Dale Tempest found his very creditable blow-by-blow on the Tunisia v Portugal soccer match interrupted by what could only have been a commercial break.