I've uploaded the video to YouTube Reggie Rocket:
Now here's the thing with my recording: It is there and complete (although I have not played back the entire recording, so there might be a glitch later on it it). Follow me here and hopefully I can explain this in a way that makes sense.
I recorded it with almost 15 minutes leeway either side as I'd read on here about VAULT shows sometimes starting early and/or ending late. So far I've been lucky with all but one recording. Anyway, there is a glitch of some kind near the end of "Call The Midwife", which aired before "rage".
Our recorder is an LG which can record PDTV to a hard disk or DVD, purchased as it has AV inputs which you can also record from. The AV in records in MPEG4 whilst broadcast TV is recorded in TS in whatever it is broadcast in. You can then transfer the recordings via USB2 to a flash drive or external/portable hard drive and then open up in your video editing software of choice. But the recorder adds no metadata to the .ts file, instead making its own files to store that information. Windows itself has a hernia if you want anything other than a file size. Even the file's date is always 1st January 1970.
Now, because of the glitch in "Call The Midwife", our regular software, Video ReDo, it crashes. If the file does open, Video ReDo claims it goes for 26 hours, then crashes anyway. Playing the file in VLC, it says it goes for 5hr 30. But when it hits the glitch in "Call The Midwife" it shows 2hr 30 has passed, although on screen it is still playing the scene with the glitch in it. These are the only programs we have that will open .ts files (although VLC won't open our recorder's raw .TS files with sound, only edited .ts files output by Video ReDo).
If this information is of any use to anybody, let me know and if it is useful, I'll upload my raw recording somewhere. It is 6.1GB.
Yes, I have both the first two videos Reggie, I definitely kept them two.