It’s a week of comedy highlights this time on Four Corners, with sitcoms and hilarious shows from around the world dominating our suggestions.
If you have been experiencing BBC iPlayer problems over the last couple of days, you are not alone. Since the weekend, the iPlayer has been dark on various platforms, and although the BBC have returned some services back, many programmes and platforms are still are down.
Drama and comedy highlights from Australia, America, Ireland and the US this week, with some new seasons, brand new series and classic comedy from the 90′s.
This week’s highlights include new drama from the US and UK, covering everything from Armageddon showdowns to espionage and cold war thrillers. But just in case it all gets a little too heavy for you, Sean Lock lightens things up on the stand-up front.
All our reviews are dynamic here at Eye on-Demand, which means we update them as often as possible to reflect changes, additional services or new platforms. This week’s updates include an Android review for 4oD as well as a major overhaul, and the BBC iPlayer’s new UI on the Samsung Smart Hub and PlayStation 4.
There’s an American bias in this week’s Four Corners, with drama and comedy from state-side television networks including brand new series and new seasons. But for music lovers, the big event this week is Glastonbury, with the BBC quite simply pulling out all the stops.
It’s been an unusually quite week on Britain’s television for any new series, but the beginning of June see’s a couple of brand new dramas and comedy from North America, with Australia poking it’s head into the highlights section as well.
Hot on the heels of Windows 8 Phone’s unexpected leap ahead of the pack regarding the BBC’s latest iPlayer app, Android and iOS have caught up as well, with the new look catch-up service from Aunty now gracing all of the three main smart phone operating systems.