Not many people realise that right now UK residents don’t actually need a TV Licence if they are just watching catch-up via the BBC iPlayer. But all that will soon end with the Culture Secretary John Whittingdale about to fast-track a licence change through parliament a.s.a.p. – which to be honest, is actually not a bad thing.
As of last night, the BBC’s youth oriented channel BBC Three, has gone dark on television screens across the UK, after the public broadcaster flipped the switch ending traditional linear transmissions. The only way to watch BBC Three now is via the Internet and on-demand.
It’s one thing to suddenly have access to a vast selection of global television, but finding out exactly what’s on is another story altogether. Thankfully, there are searching sites cropping up, dedicated to making it easier to find exactly what you want – and we just so happen to keep a list here.
Just in time for the new Sherlock or Doctor Who special, it seems the BBC iPlayer is experiencing technical difficulties. If you can’t access the BBC iPlayer right now, the chances are it’s not your WiFi, network, hardware or smart DNS provider. It looks like Aunty’s gone to hospital…
Imagine if you could switch on your television and watch not only local TV, but every free-to-air television channel on the planet – Thanks to Getflix and the new Apple TV 4, this dream is soon becoming a reality and we’ll show you how!
The Amazon Fire TV makes for one of the best platforms for watching UK television abroad. Supporting a wide range of UK streaming apps, combined with an easy way to unblock geographic restrictions via SmartDNS such as Getflix, and all for a great price, we’ll show you how easy it is to watch UK television wherever in the world you are.
This week Netflix’s new superhero series begins with a twist over the usual caped crusaders, along with a highly anticipated new season of The Bridge from Scandinavia, a new crime drama from the BBC and another Chicago Fire spinoff. Check out our recommendations in this week’s Four Corners.
It may be a week dominated somewhat by new sitcoms and comedy shows, but there’s still plenty of fresh dramas and thrillers to found, with our personal favourite being Amazon’s new dystopian thriller; the Man in the High Castle. Check out this week’s Four Corners for the best of new on-demand TV from around the world.
Another great week for television from around the world, with my current favourite comedy Dreamland (Utopia to Australians) landing their second season on Netflix, along with a pile more shows from Supergirl to Ash vs Evil Dead! Check ’em out on this week’s Four Corners…