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Test Match Special curtailed.

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  • Message 1. Posted by Chris Reid (U14693439) on Monday, 28th February 2011permalink

    Listening again to Eng v India. Over 8 hours available and it STOPS JUST BEFORE THE LAST OVER!!! This has happened before when I listened to a play of 90 mins which missed the LAST 2 MINS. I now cannot trust iPlayer to play an entire broadcast. This is outrageously sloppy and unacceptable.

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  • Message 2. Posted by Mozart22 (U14798952) on Monday, 28th February 2011permalink

    I would like to add my voice to this as it's terribly frustrating. Please BBC could we have just an extra five minutes or so on this recording?

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  • Message 3. Posted by RaymondTerrific (U14469347) on Monday, 28th February 2011permalink

    I have complained about this at least twice before. It is ridiculous that you keep cutting off the ends of some of the most exciting cricket matches on the iplayer. Please please sort it out.

    This is the stream in question www.bbc.co.uk/iplaye...

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  • Message 4. Posted by Tony (U14409374) on Monday, 28th February 2011permalink

    Does anybody at the BBC know how annoying cutting off programmes at the most crucial point is!!! Let's just forget IPLAYER I'd rather not listen for 7 hours 50 mins and read about it in the papers.

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  • Message 5. Posted by Christopher (U14800001) on Tuesday, 1st March 2011permalink

    I emailed the BBC about this a couple of days ago. I had to fill in a form with information about my connection, browser type etc.
    I received an automated response regretting that they can't reply to every query and advising me to check the iPlayer again to see if the problem has been rectified.
    It hasn't.
    This should have been a wonderful opportunity to experience an unbelievable sporting occasion for those not lucky enough to catch it at the time, or for anyone to relive it.
    I fail to see how anybody could listen to that broadcast, particularly the final 10 mins. and not be utterly bewildered as to how any broadcaster could put its audience through such a devastating disappointment.
    This is not the first time something like this has happened.
    The process for trying to communicate with the BBC to inform them of such a seemingly simple problem seems very complicated.
    Just to rub it in, there was Aggers all emotional on the tv highlights show last night reflecting on what a once-in-a-lifetime-experience it had been.
    Not for me I'm afraid, more of a run-of-the-mill frustration.

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  • Message 6. Posted by Mozart22 (U14798952) on Tuesday, 1st March 2011permalink

    I notice that some enterprising person has posted the last three overs of radio commentary as a video on youtube...

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