No, but i love those guys, Brewing TV rocks, accept their latest one did not like the presenter or the subject. I tried to get just Clem (being my name and all) but some other sucker had it... So I thought I would name my brewery Clementines and put a picture of a farm girl with big.... eyes on the label.
Was it a stir plate starter, it is not unusual for starters to take longer than 24 hrs. I'm just doing my first brew since moving to PA and hence I have none of my own yeast and I had to use a vial of WLP001. The yeast was really fresh but it has been such a long time since I used shop bought yeast it just seams to be crawling along. I pitched the vial last night and now 18hrs later it is only just starting to get active (the yeast was less than 30days old). Anyway my point is it is not unusual for yeast to take some time to get active so the yeast might be OK however I like to wait for my starters to take off before using them, remember the point of starters is to confirm viability to avoid wasting time on a brew, increase yeast health and increase numbers.