Trent Bridge - England v The West Indies: Second Test, Day 3

Stuart Broad

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Highlights of the day's play. Commentary and analysis comes from Michael Vaughan, Geoffrey Boycott and Simon Hughes.

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  • JJ

    almost 2 years ago

    JJ

    why are you all moaning, a catch up service is for people to catch up on shows they missed not people who want to watch it 2 hours after it aired. you should be thankful that we get any highlights at all on terrestrial tv (especially half an hour after play finishes) so just button it im sure you would have plenty more to moan about with no catch up service,

  • Will Tapp

    almost 2 years ago

    Will Tapp

    Absolutely terrible - its nearly midnight

  • david

    almost 2 years ago

    david

    gave up... kept ffreezing

  • JahPaul

    almost 2 years ago

    JahPaul

    I'm glad channel5 put the highlights on late, It gives me a chance to read all these funny rants. Chill out people its only cricket

  • david

    almost 2 years ago

    david

    honestly it seems crazy how riled up over this people are getting. BBC regularly puts shows up late even if they haven't just been aired live but are pre-recorded. Channel 5 have to edit over 6 hours into 48 minutes as play finished at 1830 and the show airs at 1900. I quite understand that they devote all effort into getting the highlights onto tv before the website and while they havent managed to get the show up before midnight regularly I am quite happy to watch it the day after if i miss the show. A pretty good service i'd say. They are under no obligation at all to put it online and much of the sport on the BBC never gets put online at all and its an eternal frustration that they have only just got rights to show match of the day on the iplayer so be thankful you can watch it at all.

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  • John

    almost 2 years ago

    John

    Chris & Jack - I was talking about the Grand Prix highlights (BBC3 at 1900), not the live coverage. Please read posts before insulting people.

  • heed boy

    almost 2 years ago

    heed boy

    any idea what time it will be on then, due to work i cant get too see the highlights show, ive listened in on the radio all day and was looking forward to seeing the days play. A huge shame cos no doubt like many others i like to use this to watch the cricket before i listen to the next days play, if it didnt stream properly, then we'd twist twice as bad, give em a break, im a disappointed as the next man.

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  • A J Betham

    almost 2 years ago

    A J Betham

    Demand_FIVE now answers by explaining they "endeavour to get the episode on Demand 5 within 4 hours of the end of transmission. (They) cannot be precise about the timing. ...Once up on Demand 5, the show is available for 7 days". Why not say this preferably instead of "not currently available" or at least as soon as we press the link to "find out why"? Apart from the waste of times for would-be viewers to find out this simple fact, and as well as the reputaion of C5 as a communications company I take the point that the deal with the cricketing authorities is likely to be based on providing the publicity for the game.

  • Jack

    almost 2 years ago

    Jack

    John is probably both as so do i

  • I <3 Cricket

    almost 2 years ago

    I <3 Cricket

    YEAH!!!!!!!

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  • John

    almost 2 years ago

    John

    All those telling us how quick the BBC are with their iPlayer: BBC3 showed the Grand Prix highlights at the same time Five was showing the Cricket highlights. Are they available on BBC iPlayer yet? No!

  • Alex

    almost 2 years ago

    Alex

    @Demand_FIVE might be useful to put what you've just written there by the find out why tab, might save you some complaints!

  • Jack

    almost 2 years ago

    Jack

    so when is this actually going to be able to watch?anyone can answer

  • Chris

    almost 2 years ago

    Chris

    It's not free you idiots. It's paid for by advertising which means you are stumping up for it every time you go to a shop.

  • Sheila

    almost 2 years ago

    Sheila

    Im depressesd at continually trying to access this programme. I will never watch 5 again.

  • Jon

    almost 2 years ago

    Jon

    Dear Channel Five, please ignore all the people moaning. The majority of us appreciate the highlights and understand that the process of uploading/encoding takes time. Thank you for your brilliant broadcasting of the cricket for free.

  • simon Kerr

    almost 2 years ago

    simon Kerr

    Predictable response. I think "THIS Is An Outrage"comment above hits the nail on the head. WE don't pay for it so they couldn't give two hoots. One thing I will guarantee is that if an Advertiser threatened to walk due to this they would quickly sharpen up their act. But as we are the lowly masses we will have to wait until the test match is over until we can watch highlights of Day three. Perhaps I will be celebrarting the Queens Jubilee before i can enjoy us winning this test match. Real opportunity for Channel 5 to show their credentials but they have crashed & burned. Think you should go back to covering Keith Chewins Nudist romps round the Jungle...

  • Eggy

    almost 2 years ago

    Eggy

    I'll try again... It "should" take no time at all to pop an aired programme online. It's possible to "find" programmes within minutes of them being shown via various sources, through unsolicited sites. C5 should pull their socks up and appease their public or they'll find them leaving in droves. C5 are not alone, for example BBC and the like are guilty of the same fault, but in this day and age, it's not acceptable.

  • garrusvakarian

    almost 2 years ago

    garrusvakarian

    So why can BBC on the iPlayer get broadcast programs and highlight shows up online WITHIN the hour, and demand5 cant? Do the BBC have better lawyers???????

  • bunkum

    almost 2 years ago

    bunkum

    Why are people talking about Syria?? Im here to watch the cricket highlights and there not on. why do channel5 keep harping on about there 3rd rate online service when its no good to any body putting it on at stupid o'clock....what a load of old bunkum

  • garrusvakarian

    almost 2 years ago

    garrusvakarian

    I did have to sigh when for the second year running of demand 5 cricket viewing, I arrive home at quarter past eleven pm to find the days highlights still not on. Rejoice.

  • Jon

    almost 2 years ago

    Jon

    @Mel Jessop - very good point there. It must take ages! Most programs are up quickly because they're encoded before hand...

  • Demand_FIVE

    almost 2 years ago

    Demand_FIVE

    @slothy, the clips are shorter and take less time to convert for web, hence we're able to get them up faster.

  • Demand_FIVE

    almost 2 years ago

    Demand_FIVE

    Hi all, there is a statement at the top of this page and the remaining episode pages about when the highlights become available. But I'll repeat them again: we endeavour to get the episode on Demand 5 within 4 hours of the end of transmission. We cannot be precise about the timing. Once broadcast the show then has to be converted for web (and there are multiple versions for different internet speeds), checked technically and legally before it can go up online. If there is a problem during any of these processes then it means the show is delayed further. Details are in the FAQs, if you want to know more. Once up on Demand 5, the show is available for 7 days.

  • Slothy

    almost 2 years ago

    Slothy

    Why can I watch play of the day for today's coverage and not the actual program!!

  • This is an outrage!

    almost 2 years ago

    This is an outrage!

    I agree with all the comments above that, quite rightly, point out that Channel 5 have taken a lot of money from all of us but are failing to deliver. Given how much we all spend on this online highlights package, Channel 5 ought to get it live far, far quicker or, at least, tell us when it will be live. I, for one, will stop paying for Channel 5 unless things improve! What's that? I don't pay for it? It's free? Really? So they're under no obligation to give me anything, ever? Now I must look like a complete idiot, complaining about the quality of a service I haven't even paid for......

  • Eggy

    almost 2 years ago

    Eggy

    Seems C5 didn't like my comments

  • simon Kerr

    almost 2 years ago

    simon Kerr

    Poor again from Channel 5. Good thing its not a subscription service otherwise they would have to pay people to watch the channel. If you are going to bid for the Summer sport in England then do it properly or not at all. Potentially a PR disaster

  • A J Betham

    almost 2 years ago

    A J Betham

    Re A Brain of Somewhere, the complaint is not that it takes Channel 5 three or four hours to get the programme on line but that they do not say that it will then be available. They just say 'not currentlly available', and if you click the link to 'find out why' it still doesn't tell you. All we ask of a communications company is to communicate, to say this programme will be available for x days from approximately x hours after transmission ends.

  • disgruntled

    almost 2 years ago

    disgruntled

    Programmes on other channels uploaded to their website within minutes, why not 5? They are losing viewers and they do not give me incentive to come back to this site again. shocking

  • Fish

    almost 2 years ago

    Fish

    so if i come to you ''morally perfect'' guys' houses and chop your legs off it will be fine, because at least you're not getting bombed in syria...? Or maybe not, because there is nothing wrong with trying to make the most of something, it doesn't mean you're ungrateful or immoral.

  • Mel Jessop

    almost 2 years ago

    Mel Jessop

    They do have a note to say that they endeavour to have the highlights up within four hours of broadcast. They have put together the highlights of six and a half hours play to be ready half an hour after play finished which I think is pretty impressive. Then they have to encode the programme which takes a long time before it can be uploaded to the server. Leave them alone, at least we can watch some cricket for free without having to pay the Murdoch machine three quarters of our monthly earnings in order to keep Giles Clarke in new suits.

  • tim ward

    almost 2 years ago

    tim ward

    This has nothing to do with 'bigger things in life' or moral values - its simply a 3rd rate channel not being able to deliver. Having to wait 4 hrs for a simple internet stream is totally rubbish. Not morally wrong just poor and shabby service ... Unless I'm mistaken, Channel 5 isn't even big enough to apologise or respond to thee comments. Says it all.

  • Hypocritical?

    almost 2 years ago

    Hypocritical?

    @Grow Up, I'm sure you ought to have bigger things to worry about than the comments concerning "when a 48 minute show will be uploaded to the internet" and if you haven't then I'd restrict your comments on the breadth of other people's interests and indeed on their, frankly irrelevant in this context, "moral values".

  • Hypocritical?

    almost 2 years ago

    Hypocritical?

    @Grow Up, I'm sure you ought to have bigger things to worry about than the comments concerning "when a 48 minute show will be uploaded to the internet" and if you haven't then I'd restrict your comments on the breadth of other people's interests and indeed on their, frankly irrelevant in this context, "moral values".

  • Alex

    almost 2 years ago

    Alex

    Previous two comments have completely missed the point, yes there are bigger things in life than watching cricket highlights, there are bigger things in life than most things in life. Does that therefore make them insignificant, demonstrate some form of off balance moral compass if you care about them? Of course it doesn't.

  • Grow up

    almost 2 years ago

    Grow up

    I'm sure you all have bigger things to worry about than when a 48 minute show will be uploaded to the internet, and if you haven't, get some moral values for goodness sake.

  • Grateful

    almost 2 years ago

    Grateful

    Its quite sunny in Syria at the moment !! Delayed TV or Delayed Shelling of my family Mmmmm...what would I like !!. Every inconvenience is Relative Chaps !!

  • Alex

    almost 2 years ago

    Alex

    I just wish they'd say when it will come online, then people could plan their evenings around it. As is it just seems to be at random, please channel 5, even if you tell us it comes online at midnight, just tell us!

  • Grae

    almost 2 years ago

    Grae

    or an improvement

  • A Brain, Somewhere

    almost 2 years ago

    A Brain, Somewhere

    All those people complaining about the delay: you do realise you're getting this for free, right? Think about it: if it takes them three to four hours to get it online and all they get is abuse, don't you realise they'll just stop offering online? All your bellyaching is likely to achieve is the withdrawal of the service. Smart work, you fellas.

  • George Orwell

    almost 2 years ago

    George Orwell

    After hearing Mark Nicolas say I could watch it here, I didn't bother to watch it on T.V. Therefore where is it ? A disgrace!!

  • Calendar Gal

    almost 2 years ago

    Calendar Gal

    @ Paul Leach/Annoyed - erm...whilst I hate to offer any support to Channel 5 given their ongoing debacle with the cricket highlights...we are only on day three. Day four is tomorrow (Monday). So I suggest watching today's highlights and catch day four tomorrow.

  • Annoyed

    almost 2 years ago

    Annoyed

    Totally agree wihch numpty thought this was a good ide TO WATCH WITH A 24 HR LAG. Makes me think of that TV sketch on likely lads not good.

  • G Bourne

    almost 2 years ago

    G Bourne

    useless

  • Paul Leach

    almost 2 years ago

    Paul Leach

    Now what do I do? The Day 4 highlights are about to air at 7PM. There is barely an hour left to view the Day 3 game. Who would want to watch day 4 before day 3? My choice is now whether to forgo the scheduled airing and watch both episodes about a day late, in the hope I do not discover the results of each day before I have experienced the excitement and unknown outcome of both days days' play.If there is so much uncertainty about when we can watch the replay facility, what you are offering is next to useless. Surely Channel 5 understand that?

  • kowkorna

    almost 2 years ago

    kowkorna

    please don't bid on the cricket coverage again.

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  • WG Grace

    almost 2 years ago

    WG Grace

    For gods sake you lot get a grip and shape up. you're and absolute shower.Back and face you stinkers,

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