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R3 iPlayer playing WRONG PROM

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  • Message 1. Posted by johnb (U2137710) on Friday, 2nd January 2009permalink

    The iPlayer is playing the wrong Prom for the Radio 3, 01/01/09, 7:00pm programme.

    It should be playing the Prom No. 71: Bernard Haitink conducting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in a concert of Turnage and Mahler.

    Instead it is actually playing Prom No. 66: the BBC National Orchestra of Wales performing Grace Williams, Elgar and Tchaikovsky.

    I would be grateful if someone could correct the mistake (for all the various iPlayer streams).

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  • Message 2. Posted by ChrisK60 (U13766214) on Friday, 2nd January 2009permalink

    Listening again to Suzie Quatro's show - only it's the one from 20th December - not the 27th!

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  • Message 3. Posted by johnb (U2137710) on Friday, 2nd January 2009permalink

    The following links might be helpful in tracing the actual programme:

    Programme URL: www.bbc.co.uk/progra...

    iPlayer URL: www.bbc.co.uk/iplaye...

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  • Message 4. Posted by ChrisK60 (U13766214) on Saturday, 3rd January 2009permalink

    Am now listening to the 27th's Suzie Q show.

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  • Message 5. Posted by johnb (U2137710) on Monday, 5th January 2009permalink

    The Xmas repeat of Prom No. 71 was removed from the iPlayer yesterday but is now back.

    The bad news is that it is still the same wrong Prom (Prom No. 66: the BBC National Orchestra of Wales performing Grace Williams, Elgar and Tchaikovsky). This affects both the normal broadband iPlayer and the iPhones streams

    Can someone at the BBC PLEASE fix this!

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  • Message 6. Posted by Jon iPlayer Host (U8557168) on Wednesday, 7th January 2009permalink

    Hi,

    We are looking into this.

    Jonathan

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