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World Cup Final - final overs missing!!

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  • Message 1. Posted by Will (U14830488) on Sunday, 3rd April 2011permalink

    Trying to listen to the radio broadcast of the Cricket World Cup Final from yesterday on iPlayer - 8 hrs 30 minutes of it there - all except the final climactic overs, which are cut off at the end.

    Can't believe that such a dramatic moment - India winning the World Cup - will be lost forever. Do hope someone will sort this asap so we can all enjoy the TMS team describing the winning runs again.

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  • Message 2. Posted by Reza (U14832477) on Tuesday, 5th April 2011permalink

    I honestly have listened to the whole 8 hours 30 minutes of the Cricket World Cup Final on the Test Match Special on iplayer - but unfortunately the end of the programme is missing.

    It's really great that you have this service - but We would really be grateful if you can add the missing end part of the World cup Final programme so we can listen to final part of the commmentary please

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  • Message 3. Posted by Guv-nor (U7476305) on Tuesday, 5th April 2011permalink

    Your best course of action is to use the formal report form as noted here iplayerhelp.external... the actual link to the form is almost hidden click on the words "Contact Us form" to be taken to the form.

    The form appear to be (no it is) a right pain to fill in but the seemingly pointless information has some use I suspect.

    The sooner that you make a report the better the chance is that things will get sorted before a programme expires, also do not think that somebody else will have probably already done the reporting, even if they have a single report can with no evil intent get overlooked.

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  • Message 4. Posted by Reza (U14832477) on Wednesday, 6th April 2011permalink

    Thanks a lot for your advice
    I have made a formal comment as you suggested !

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