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August 11, 2005 2:14 AM   Subscribe

Where can I listen to/watch live coverage of the Ashes 1) online 2) free?

Searched all over the BBC website, and I'm pulling my hair out. They suggested "Channel 5" but when I tune in all I get is rational, informed discussion of world events. Please hope me.

I suspect that there's no non-subscription video feed, but if one is available, please do tell. Thanks in advance.
posted by cadastral to Sports, Hobbies, & Recreation (7 answers total)
 
Coverage starts at 10.20am on five. Which is NOW.
posted by biffa at 2:19 AM on August 11, 2005


I wish there was a video feed somewhere. I'm pretty sure there isn't though.
posted by derbs at 3:09 AM on August 11, 2005


Listen live on Radio 4 LongWave
posted by blag at 4:28 AM on August 11, 2005


and the Guardian's blow-by-blow coverage is always entertaining
posted by blag at 4:32 AM on August 11, 2005


Well the television worked well enough to show Warney's 600th wicket. But I'm enjoying the fivelive webcast - thanks for the reminder biffa.
posted by peacay at 6:43 AM on August 11, 2005


There is a video feed, but it will cost you $20 a Test.
posted by Gyan at 10:55 AM on August 11, 2005


Go here - http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/
select - Launch BBC Radio Player
choose - Five Live Sports Extra
listen to - live Test coverage
posted by juniorbonner at 1:27 PM on August 13, 2005


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