I've had enough. I am not going to listen to the radio until we start getting actual results tomorrow morning.
America appears to be stuffed full of BBC presenters, asking valueless questions of men and women in the street, providing nil analysis other than noting that it's too close to call. How many times do we have to listen to Obama and Romney shouting slogans at crowds?
It is with relief that I turn to the great Alistair Cooke, a man who can convey more information about the US in 15 minutes than the entire BBC coverage for the past two weeks. What's more, he does it with elegance and ease.