Plan to ban Muzak goes to Lords:
Muzak drives some people mad...Discuss
The scourge of background music must be banned, the House of Lords is being told as a peer tries to introduce new laws against noise pollution.
Green Party peer Lord Beaumont is trying to win support for his Piped Music and Showing of Television Programmes Bill.
It would force ministers to draw up plans to ban music and television programmes in trains and hospitals.
But supporters of "muzak" say it can be soothing.
Lord Beaumont's bill has its second reading debate in the Lords on Friday.