- Last year's experiment was a real success with a lot of viewers from around the world. Now we will follow the channel boat once again and will offer an even better live experience. We have expanded this year's production with an additional camera angle and also have English graphics in the broadcast as many international viewers requested. It feels great that the interest in slow-TV continues, says Jonathan Nordin, Executive Producer at TV4.
Through 58 locks to Gothenburg
During the six days between 31 July and 5 August, TV4 Play's cameras follows the channel boat M/S Diana who travel from the Stockholm archipelago through the channel’s 58 locks to Gothenburg. Four cameras follow the uncommented live broadcast from #TV4Båten. The graphics in the broadcast also shows the boat's exact position at the moment.
Follow the live broadcast from #TV4Båten around-the-clock from Thursday, July 31 at 10:00 am to Tuesday, August 5 at 16:00 on www.tv4play.se