Again, thanks to everyone for help and advice
Rather than using a vpn try switching browser to duck duck go if available on win,it is on linux,it hides your ip.
Oh forgot to say its good for watching them dirty mucky,opps i mean gardening programes.
Last edited by trevskoda; 13-01-2018 at 22:26.
Only dirty people wash
If you have a current TV licence you should be entitled to the service wherever you are in the world.
I believe you now have to confirm you have a licence to use the iPlayer service.
I don't know if that extends to actually entering your licence number, but if it does there is no excuse for blocking the service when you are outside the UK.
If iPlayer does not ask for your licence number then adding that part would allow access for licence holders worldwide. Maybe they would even gain some new non-UK customers?
Yes, it's ridiculous. If I'm in Spain I can't be watching the service I've paid for in England. Even there, if you want to watch iPlayer you have to say you have a licence. No licence number required. Yet ...
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