Don't forget to read the bulletin which is being desperately cobbled as I speak. We'll have a whole load of pieces, too, so keep your eyes peeled on our dedicated Ashes series page (RSS feed for those who want it) and video highlights of an extraordinary final session (UK only, I'm afraid). From me, Will Luke, join us on Thursday for the second Test. The Ashes are well and truly alive.
Ponting wins man of the match. He's booed. "I'd give this back straight away for another wicket," he chirps. He looks in good fettle, smiling away, not too peeved. He thinks England "did a good job," and almost grimaces while saying it. Australia "can be proud" of how they performed and he won't be pressed on his side's chances on retaining the urn. "We're not jumping to any conclusions and we have to play at the level we played in this game if we're to win."
Briefly, here are the post-match presentations. Huge cheers for Strauss. "All credit to Paul Collingwood. What a knock that was. He does it time and time again. Outstanding. But also the two at the end, Monty and Jimmy"...cue applause..."They showed a lot of character and fight and thankfully it's still nil all. We recognise there's a lot to work on for Lord's." Changes? "Not sure. We'll name the squad tomorrow afternoon and think with calm heads [about who we choose]...it's a huge lift, momentum is everything for us [but] we need to play better. We're just very, very thankful and proud for the fight we showed today."
We'll have the post-match gubbins for you shortly. For those of you now wanting to celebrate and switch off your screens, fair thee well, and thanks for joining us this past five days. And don't forget to join us for Lord's which gets underway on Thursday. I'm Will Luke and my thanks to Brydon Coverdale who's joined me from Australia throughout - join us both for what we expect to be another thrilling encounter in just a few days time. Until then, go well.
This place has exploded! Australia cannot believe it, and every man in this ground is standing, applauding, cheering England's effort. Panesar can't wipe the smile off his face, and Australia, it's fair to say, look peeved, tired, exhausted and chastened. It's quite an unbelievable scene. "Tricky last couple of hours for us there," understates Anderson. "Amazing batting what he did today," says Monty of Collingwood. Moving on, quickly. But no, let's focus on Collingwood - an innings of such determination and grit to dig England out of a monumental hole.
This could be it. This is the last ball of the match in theory.
You can hear a pin drop
It's 6.39pm. 6.40pm is the cut-off. We'll have one more over. This could be the last over of the match. This is so, so, so tense. Hauritz around the wicket
The crowd think England have done it, but they haven't yet. It's one more over. Possibly two.
Shafayat is on the field with some gloves and questions. Ponting's told him where to go in true Aussie style, and you can't blame him. The physio's on, too. Oh come on England, just suck it up and get on with it. Embarrassing. Right, they've bogged off so here we go. The noise is just amazing, incredible