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Luther series 1-4 in HD £10.39 @ bbcstore

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Luther series 1-4 in HD for £10.39 at BBC store. Also have ' The Fall' in SD (series 1-2) for £8.99. Not a bad little Christmas present for someone...
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On my way tawny...https://media.giphy.com/media/ZXOvxtCkqxUxa/giphy.gif
...great deal, heat added <3
Always good to see you, Maccy, but think you'd better put some clothes on - it looks freezing in that water <3 Thank you X)
I'm hardcore...ish X) you too tawny, hope you're ok and will be around more for the deers X)<3
Yes and think they ought to give us a prize anyway , Maccy - just for making up the numbers <3

Haha if it wasn't for all of us hukkers there wouldn't be a comp so agree 100% tawny X)
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On my way tawny...https://media.giphy.com/media/ZXOvxtCkqxUxa/giphy.gif
...great deal, heat added <3
Always good to see you, Maccy, but think you'd better put some clothes on - it looks freezing in that water <3 Thank you X)
I'm hardcore...ish X) you too tawny, hope you're ok and will be around more for the deers X)<3
Yes and think they ought to give us a prize anyway , Maccy - just for making up the numbers <3
twitwoo
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On my way tawny...https://media.giphy.com/media/ZXOvxtCkqxUxa/giphy.gif
...great deal, heat added <3
Always good to see you, Maccy, but think you'd better put some clothes on - it looks freezing in that water <3 Thank you X)

I'm hardcore...ish X) you too tawny, hope you're ok and will be around more for the deers X)<3
maccy1
On my way tawny...https://media.giphy.com/media/ZXOvxtCkqxUxa/giphy.gif
...great deal, heat added <3
Always good to see you, Maccy, but think you'd better put some clothes on - it looks freezing in that water <3 Thank you X)
On my way tawny...

https://media.giphy.com/media/ZXOvxtCkqxUxa/giphy.gif

...great deal, heat added <3
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Doctor Who: The Power of the Daleks official BBC animation £9.99/£12.99 @ BBC Store

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Much cheaper than the DVD release and available much sooner too. A real good deal for any Doctor Who fan as I am. All 6 parts have been animated and will be released daily from today. Many regard this…
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Rip off if you ask me... £10 for black and white and then expect to pay an extra £5 for when they release colour version later


You could just buy the black and white...? I think £9.99 for an animation that is brand new is okay, and it encourages BBC worldwide to make more
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xstevo99
derren brown for the next doctor who....then he can make the daleks rob a bank or win on the horses or something
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How is a Dalek going to ride a horse?
xstevo99
few strips of velcro might suffice, although I wonder why you didnt question the ability to drive the getaway car
:)
That is because I recall that a Dalek could be the getaway car:

I will end this and graciously admit some small form of defeat
[ https://youtu.be/HqIMk__Gxko?t=49 ]
xstevo99
derren brown for the next doctor who....then he can make the daleks rob a bank or win on the horses or something
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How is a Dalek going to ride a horse?
xstevo99
few strips of velcro might suffice, although I wonder why you didnt question the ability to drive the getaway car

:)

That is because I recall that a Dalek could be the getaway car:

[ https://youtu.be/HqIMk__Gxko?t=49 ]
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derren brown for the next doctor who....then he can make the daleks rob a bank or win on the horses or something
How is a Dalek going to ride a horse?

few strips of velcro might suffice, although I wonder why you didnt question the ability to drive the getaway car
Rip off if you ask me... £10 for black and white and then expect to pay an extra £5 for when they release colour version later
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The Clangers: Season 1 HD £2.49 [Using Code] @ BBC Store

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Use code: SUMMER50 The revitalised cult hit has made its return to the UK with a bang. Narrated by British legend Michael Palin, we follow the interstellar adventures a family of pink, long-nosed,
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Never liked paying for these, I've already paid to have it made with my license fee, don't see why I should have to buy it again.
This is only 9 episodes. There are 26 in the 2015 series so you aren't really getting the whole season. Maybe you should change the title.
This is on C Beebies every night, Just record it.
Maevoric
I've dropped a few clangers in my time!
sorry I'll go....

yes, do... and take your coat...



;) kidding
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Spend £10.00 at BBCstore and receive an £10 voucher code by email within 48 hours

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Just had an email with this offer, can't yet see it online but the terms from the offer are as below (doesn't look like email recipients only).... It's easy to get £10 off 1. Spend a minimum of
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Will considering buying when there is a Apple TV app
There is an TV BBC app - http://www.apple.com/uk/tv/entertainment/bbc-iplayer/

That doesn't let you watch purchases on the Apple TV though
The_Hoff
red23
Spend £10 and we will use it to fund our threatening blackmail campaign called a Tv license
Please do some research.
For starters BBC Store is BBC Worldwide commissioned programming and has absolutely nothing to do with Public Service.
Secondly to those who don't understand the (confusingly named) TV License, this actually funds ALL local radio, national radio, the website, news, sport, iPlayer, school reports, education initiatives for schools and a lot more.
Take all that away, what you have is Murdoch and crappy reality TV on ITV and commercial radio.
That's not to say the BBC don't have any waste, but that's why they are scrutinised so heavily.
Some good points but their expenses are hardly scrutinised at all...and they get away with allot of wasteful jollies etc..
Googlyhead
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Spend £10 and we will use it to fund our threatening blackmail campaign called a Tv license
Please do some research.
For starters BBC Store is BBC Worldwide commissioned programming and has absolutely nothing to do with Public Service.
Secondly to those who don't understand the (confusingly named) TV License, this actually funds ALL local radio, national radio, the website, news, sport, iPlayer, school reports, education initiatives for schools and a lot more.
Take all that away, what you have is Murdoch and crappy reality TV on ITV and commercial radio.
That's not to say the BBC don't have any waste, but that's why they are scrutinised so heavily.
I have no issue with the general principle of the TBH licence, but as always; if the programs are TVL; they should be provided to the public at no extra cost as set out in the BBC's charter. Funnelling the money through a shell company doesn't change that.
If all the decent stuff is not publicly funded; that would raise the question of where on earth does the money go?

There's lots of reasons that cannot be the case, but the primary reasons being that the BBC commisions programmes from other programme makers under contract, in addition to in-house work.

The BBC PS sell the rights to content it is eligible to do so and those programmes are then sold globally, either in recorded form, or the IP/license to the brand. That money then comes back to PS in part to subsidise the few you pay.

Everything is publically funded, you just pay a fraction of the actual costs.

Edited By: The_Hoff on Jun 30, 2016 17:59
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Didn't even know BBC sold stuff. Went to have a look to see if threads is on there, and it is, first page! £3.99!
If you've never seen it, watch it. Superb, if utterly depressing.
Free on YouTube, still. Also legal!
Yeah I posted on here as a deal a year or so back, was naff quality though
Got the £5 one
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The Fast Show at 21: An Evening with Paul Whitehouse and Charlie Higson (Free @ BBC Store)

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Just downloaded the BBC Store app on Windows 10 and was prompted to claim this for free.. might interest some of you.. receipt shows a 'list price' of £2.49 To mark 21 years since the sketch show…
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Innit great when someone pots a deal for something and it's free and so everyone can get and watch it on their computers and tablets at home or on the bus or at work and everyone enjoys it, it's just so amazing and BRILLIANT!
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http://i.makeagif.com/media/1-10-2014/vieqTw.gif
Suits you sir!!!...

It's 'Suit You', not 'Suits You'. Sorry to be a pedant. :p
http://i.makeagif.com/media/1-10-2014/vieqTw.gif

Suits you sir!!!...

Edited By: JayExxx on Jun 25, 2016 10:16
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Such a shame that so few comedians realise that you can be funny (and actually increase your appeal) without needing to resort to "very strong language". oO

I watched this a few months ago and don't recall much swearing in it. It's not a comedy show, it's two comedians being interviewed about their old show. The Fast Show was hardly full of swearing, check it out, you might enjoy it.


Edited By: dealpickle on Jun 25, 2016 09:36
i'll get my coat.......
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*****EXPIRED***** Last chance to get 75% off at BBC Store - one day only Sunday 22nd May !

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Just had an email saying that you can get 75% off at BBC Store today (Sunday 22nd May). Enter the promo code LASTCHANCE75 Only available on one item (but the item could include boxsets!), rathe…
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Let's just agree to disagree
Or you could answer the question?
If you watched a film at the cinema would you expect to get a free copy to watch at home?

I don't want to kick up an argument, but I am interested in these discussions.

The way I see it, the business models are incompatible, but similar...

TV Licence is an on-going subscription service and the Cinema is a single use rental. With the TV Licence, you are paying for live broadcasts. With Cinema, you are paying to have a seat in a room for the duration of a movie. The only thing they have in common is that they are licences to view, not to own.

So to answer your question, no. There is no reason watching something on terrestrial TV or at a cinema should result in you owning a local copy of the content. Whether this is right or not is a different (and very valid) argument
I've tried to expire this offer but for some reason it's still active - not sure what I've done wrong but could an admin sort? Thanks :)
TUBE50 works for 50% off as well; as does NOWDIGITAL. So I was able to get 75% off one thing, and 50% off 3 others using LASTCHANCE75 plus TUBE50, RAIL50 and NOWDIGITAL.
I've added these to the main post Hal, hope you don't mind?
Of course not - be my guest.
TUBE50 works for 50% off as well; as does NOWDIGITAL. So I was able to get 75% off one thing, and 50% off 3 others using LASTCHANCE75 plus TUBE50, RAIL50 and NOWDIGITAL.

I've added these to the main post Hal, hope you don't mind?
Hal
TUBE50 works for 50% off as well; as does NOWDIGITAL. So I was able to get 75% off one thing, and 50% off 3 others using LASTCHANCE75 plus TUBE50, RAIL50 and NOWDIGITAL.




​Thanks Hal!
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[75% off everything] The Night Manager £2.49, HD £3.24 / Peaky Blinders Series 1-2 £4.24, HD £4.74 / Doctor Who Series 9 £5.49, HD £6.74 [Using Code] @ BBC Store

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Use code: FLASH75 75% off everything at BBC Store Until Sunday - 23:59 Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie star in a tense thriller based on John le Carré’s novel, in which a man is recruited by an a…
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is this not why we pay tv licence?!!
You pay TV Licence to watch them on TV once, not to keep them forever.
Yet another reason why the licence is a con. You paid for it, you should be able to watch it when you like, not put more money into the BBC.
Let's be clear you,pay for a licence to watch a live broadcast not to retain content indefinitely. Given the substatial revenue shortfall the BBC is undergoing through, unjustified political intervention. Buying BBC content or merchandise ensures the broadcaster can maintain a decent service. People say it's a con it's fundamentally not. With the Cooperation now having to take on the OAP to licence subsidy by the government. Your anger and negativity is misplaced. The BBC have been railroaded creatively and fiscally but successive governments. Undermining its independence whilst those who seek to fragment it, use it as a bastion of Great British industry. It's not a Con, direct your anger at the government. Who continue with the triple lock for pensioners, removing the OAP to licence subsidy, could lower the licence fee. Quality programming does not come cheap, and deals like this represent good value.
A TV licence may be dependant on viewing live TV, but the BBC itself specifically distinguishes "content funded in whole or part" by the licence fee as subject to its charter etc.
Their "audience promise" specifically states; "3. Get hold of all recent BBC programmes and be treated to the best of the BBC’s library of programmes in trusted environments - with a ‘permanent collection’ available for free, and paying for other content which would otherwise not be available."
- If you want to watch live tv; you need a licence.
- The BBC is required to provide a seven day catch-up service.
- Recent and other "best" programs are available free and permanent. (older archives that are worth making available qualify as "best")
Obviously; movies or imported series will not be licence funded; so charging for these is expected. But all the examples I can see are those commissioned; so should not be charged for (unless the charge is for a commentary track or similar specifically produced separately from any broadcast item, and funded by non-BBC sources.
The BBC get around not being able to charge people by giving BBC Worldwide the rights to their past and present progams so they can then sell them to broadcasters around the world and sell dvd's and streaming content to us without breaching the charter. The BBC's revenue is 75% funded by licence fee and 25% via BBC Worldwide. I don't personally think they should be charging for archive content especially not recent programs such as doctors of which they currently offer 600 episodes at the cost of over £1200. Channel 4 offer a large selection of their archives for free (Ad Supported) and I don't see why the BBC can't do the same. The other thing I hate about the BBC Store is they say that they can't guarantee your purchase will be aviliable forever meaning they can remove a program at any time they like and then your purchase becomes useless.
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gordondr1980
is this not why we pay tv licence?!!
You pay TV Licence to watch them on TV once, not to keep them forever.
Yet another reason why the licence is a con. You paid for it, you should be able to watch it when you like, not put more money into the BBC.
Let's be clear you,pay for a licence to watch a live broadcast not to retain content indefinitely. Given the substatial revenue shortfall the BBC is undergoing through, unjustified political intervention. Buying BBC content or merchandise ensures the broadcaster can maintain a decent service. People say it's a con it's fundamentally not. With the Cooperation now having to take on the OAP to licence subsidy by the government. Your anger and negativity is misplaced. The BBC have been railroaded creatively and fiscally but successive governments. Undermining its independence whilst those who seek to fragment it, use it as a bastion of Great British industry. It's not a Con, direct your anger at the government. Who continue with the triple lock for pensioners, removing the OAP to licence subsidy, could lower the licence fee. Quality programming does not come cheap, and deals like this represent good value.

The government need to step in more and completely dump the licence. You say "Quality programming does not come cheap" - I say that the BBC has appalling quality programmes and it's disgusting they can justify billions on such dross, yet if I wanted to watch the other channels I would still have to pay for it.
You like it, fine you pay a subscription.
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johntrfc
Luther s1-4 for £5.24 / 6.49 HD is decent
just what I was looking for.
Edit: thats a bit crap there doesn't seem to be a option on nvidia shield tv's iplayer app to sign in.
Edit: or on my smart tv app
edit: it turns out you cant watch them on anything other than the website or app (which doesn't offer casting) :(
How is everyone saying you cannot watch them with Chromecast? Is it only me who can cast these programmes to the TV?
It appears so, how are you doing it? are you just casting your phone screen so it plays on the tv and phone at the same time? if so you wont get a full resolution that way. I cant see the cast icon in the iplayer app.
Just casting from chromebook.


Edited By: superpanda on May 14, 2016 23:09
damster
Satan_Claws
superpanda
gordondr1980
is this not why we pay tv licence?!!
You pay TV Licence to watch them on TV once, not to keep them forever.
Yet another reason why the licence is a con. You paid for it, you should be able to watch it when you like, not put more money into the BBC.
Let's be clear you,pay for a licence to watch a live broadcast not to retain content indefinitely. Given the substatial revenue shortfall the BBC is undergoing through, unjustified political intervention. Buying BBC content or merchandise ensures the broadcaster can maintain a decent service. People say it's a con it's fundamentally not. With the Cooperation now having to take on the OAP to licence subsidy by the government. Your anger and negativity is misplaced. The BBC have been railroaded creatively and fiscally but successive governments. Undermining its independence whilst those who seek to fragment it, use it as a bastion of Great British industry. It's not a Con, direct your anger at the government. Who continue with the triple lock for pensioners, removing the OAP to licence subsidy, could lower the licence fee. Quality programming does not come cheap, and deals like this represent good value.
A TV licence may be dependant on viewing live TV, but the BBC itself specifically distinguishes "content funded in whole or part" by the licence fee as subject to its charter etc.

Their "audience promise" specifically states; "3. Get hold of all recent BBC programmes and be treated to the best of the BBC’s library of programmes in trusted environments - with a ‘permanent collection’ available for free, and paying for other content which would otherwise not be available."

- If you want to watch live tv; you need a licence.
- The BBC is required to provide a seven day catch-up service.
- Recent and other "best" programs are available free and permanent. (older archives that are worth making available qualify as "best")

Obviously; movies or imported series will not be licence funded; so charging for these is expected. But all the examples I can see are those commissioned; so should not be charged for (unless the charge is for a commentary track or similar specifically produced separately from any broadcast item, and funded by non-BBC sources.


Edited By: Googlyhead on May 14, 2016 20:58
Shame there's no basket. One purchase only :(
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50% off + 2 for 1 on Selected Series - Doctor Who Series 8 & 9 £9.99 / Luther Series 1 & 2 £3.99 [Using Code] @ BBC Store

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Use Code: RAIL50 Great television always leaves you wanting more. So feast on our Bank Holiday two-for-one offer which runs until 23.59 on Monday 2nd May. Buy any of these series and we'll email yo…
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Seeing as we're all already forced to pay for BBC programming and technically have already paid for these via our tv licences shouldn't these be free??
You're absolutely right. In much the same way as those who bought Beatles LPs on vinyl back in the 60s have always been supplied with free copies of new media.

A relative of mine still benefits from that. They sent him free cassettes, then CDs, and now he's got all the MP3s totally free of charge. Exactly the same for all the other vinyl he bought too.
SuperMariosDad
Seeing as we're all already forced to pay for BBC programming and technically have already paid for these via our tv licences shouldn't these be free??

No, apparently your TV license pays for the live broadcast.
So this is the equivalent of buying a DVD of a BBC program from a bricks and mortar store.

Edited By: Exconnaught on May 10, 2016 17:19
Seeing as we're all already forced to pay for BBC programming and technically have already paid for these via our tv licences shouldn't these be free??
Why are they sending out an 'offer code' for the second series, why not just send series 2 with series 1?? ...sounds bizarre!

...or is this a download??

Edited By: Krinkle on Apr 28, 2016 17:39
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Isn't it £19.99 for two series rather than each one being half price?
Use code RAIL50, to get 50% off. The Doctor Who Series 9 code will be emailed to you at no extra charge :)

Terrific - no surprise which series I'm going for... Fawlty Towers is brilliant!
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The Night Manager full series £4.99 SD or £6.49 HD @ bbc store using code

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Cracking deal for the full series. Shame its not ultra violet but can play via BBCI player on most devices which is cool Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie star in a tense thriller based on John le Carré…
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Meh! It FREE on Kodi!! :D


​Don't knock it. The more people that keep paying for stuff & not using kodi the more chance decent content remains being made.

I've been using kodi (as xbmc) since 2005 (when it was on the original xbox) & whilst I appreciate the streaming addons for what they are, this huge influx of people using them instead of paying for content in some way is working for future content.

I pay for amazon & netflix despite rarely using them for this reason. These shows cost money to make, there needs to be customers paying for them to continue making them.

Now football, that's a different matter. If everyone stops paying for sky sports & using streams then the end game is pretty much just reduced footballers wages, which is hardly the end of the world!


​i pay for my content, I am surprised that governments strategy to illegal or loophole content is beyond pathetic. in years to come 2 things are gonna happen, nothing changes or Chinese style restrictions on the Internet concerning streaming, this has to be done government and hardware level, isps are can't, fines rubbish, to many of us want it now and for free
I'd rather see bit of the med , than chuffin norf yaarkshire again
Corky was very good
Enjoyed it . I realise it took a lot cash to make

Probably hiring that villa lol

These things are NEVER going to be as good as the book.

Hiddleston was great , Laurie kind of fell down a bit for me in the middle of the last one.

Otherwise good / believable execution
I really enjoyed this from start to finish, I think Tom Hiddleston would make a good Bond; after all he did order a Vodka Martini in the last episode, is that an omen ;)
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RT has partnered with BBC Store to offer readers two fantastic free first episodes of leading dramas Happy Valley and War and Peace worth up to £2.49 each Welcome to BBC Store! This Easter we are g…
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Time to cash this in was tight, hehehe, but I just managed to squeeze both in in time, lol, thanx. :-)
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Time to cash this in was tight, hehehe, but I just managed to squeeze both in in time, lol, thanx. :-)


I only just caught it myself from my mum's RT
Time to cash this in was tight, hehehe, but I just managed to squeeze both in in time, lol, thanx. :-)
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The Peaky Blinders series 1&2 Download £7.99 @ BBC Store

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great tv series was £16.99 now £7.99 @BBCstore
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Is there any plans for another series?
Peaky Blinders Series 3 starts in April apparently ...
Excellent tv viewing.
Is there any plans for another series?
The first series is for sale on the BBC shop on Blu-Ray for just £3.99.
Also worth noting there is no "the" its just peaky blinders (_;)
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Up to 75% off at BBC Store (digital downloads)

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Some amazing deals at BBC Store Blackadder (complete collection) £4.99 Fawlty Towers £6.99 Him & Her (series 1-3) £12.99 instead of £30.99. The Office (complete collection) £6.99 Dad's Army (9…
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Stick with iTunes.

Behave yourself !
StolenDiagram
Given that the BBC shop is in the process of closing down, I would be hesitant to order from this site at the moment.

BBC Store is the digital versions, BBC Store is the DVD's & merchandise
StolenDiagram
Given that the BBC shop is in the process of closing down, I would be hesitant to order from this site at the moment.


I think BBC shop is closing because of this site? Stuff moving digital?
Given that the BBC shop is in the process of closing down, I would be hesitant to order from this site at the moment.
How do you access the video file info pre-purchase, resolution, bitrate, etc ? Thanks.
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Blackadder - Complete Collection (6 Series) [digital download] - £4.99 at BBC Store

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Great price for every episode, plus they are all accessible through the iPlayer when you're signed in. Various other programmes on offer too, although this looks like the best deal: https://store.…
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as usual some pointless comments on here about the BBC being "the man" effectively.

Anyway - worth pointing out this can be used against the whole store, but can only be used once per account.
Uridium
Zycon
Do you get actual downloadable files that I can play in my preferred media player?

Looks like you have to download and playback with BBC's own app.

That's me out then.

+1

So it does not look like the new BBC Store will ever be receiving any of my money.
Great show, heat added :D
Zycon
Do you get actual downloadable files that I can play in my preferred media player? E.g. in my case using a Roku to play via my Plex server?

Exactly the question i was going to ask.

Looks like you have to download and playback with BBC's own app.
https://store.bbc.com/store-downloader

That's me out then.
Do you get actual downloadable files that I can play in my preferred media player? E.g. in my case using a Roku to play via my Plex server?
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Yes, Minister Series 1-3 Bundle £4.99 using code @ BBC Store (download)

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Classic series and cheaper than the DVDs, these are yours to keep Meet the bewildered Rt Hon James Hacker, his scheming and equivocating Permanent Secretary, Sir Humphrey Appleby and of course, Be…
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Should be made part of the schools curriculum.

Although a comedy it was based on fact. The Civil servants behind the scenes really run the country . The episodes can now be viewed in a historical context . The Data protection act, the efficient hospital without any patents , appointing inquires to not come up with the truth, appointing a certain judge so that the outcome is predetermined, the honours system, the old boys net work, covering up civil servant mistakes costing the tax payer millions, trying to cut the civil service, building a new motorway , they all subsequently became true in real life.
davewave
Hacker: Who else is in this department?
Sir Humphrey: Well briefly, sir, I am the Permanent Under Secretary of State, known as the Permanent Secretary. Woolley here is your Principal Private Secretary. I too have a Principal Private Secretary and he is the Principal Private Secretary to the Permanent Secretary. Directly responsible to me are ten Deputy Secretaries, 87 Under Secretaries and 219 Assistant Secretaries. Directly responsible to the Principal Private Secretaries are plain Private Secretaries, and the Prime Minister will be appointing two Parliamentary Under-Secretaries and you will be appointing your own Parliamentary Private Secretary.
Hacker: Can they all type?
Sir Humphrey: None of us can type. Mrs Mackay types: she's the secretary.
Minister: Pity, we could have opened an agency.
Sir Humphrey: Very droll, Minister.
Hacker: I suppose they all say that, do they?
Sir Humphrey: Certainly not, Minister. Not quite all...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPx2503UiKc
WBRacing
Funny, intelligent, brilliantly acted comedy.

... and relevant. This clip about replacing Polaris is just as relevant the current debate about Trident link
WBRacing
Funny, intelligent, brilliantly acted comedy.
A fabulous example of the adage "they don't make 'em like they used to."
The later series with different actors just didn't make it
Funny, intelligent, brilliantly acted comedy.

A fabulous example of the adage "they don't make 'em like they used to."
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Free First Episode of Dad's Army

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The Daily Mirror is giving away the first episode of Dad's Army, in conjunction with the BBC Store. Use code "MIRROR" at checkout
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MIRROR code no longer working as of 10th Feb 2016 :(

"Invalid or used promotional code. Sorry, the code you entered is either not valid or has already been used. Please try again or continue with your purchase."
why are we being charged anyway we pay for it all
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You can also use this link https://store.bbc.com/collections/free-episode-of-dads-army and use code "RECORD".
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Dads Army "lost episode" A Stripe For Frazer animated, BBC Store £1.49 using code TUBE50

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£2.99 for a digital download from the BBC Store but 50% off using code TUBE50 For any Dads Army fan, originally shown just the once in 1969 the video has been lost but the original audio was found,…
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FYI The code TUBE50 works on other content too, not just the Dad's Army episode.
It's re-animated and no one is forcing anyone to buy it. The timing is a bit on the nose with the movie coming out.

£2.99 is a tad steep for 29 minutes now if it were £0.99 I think we'd all be buying without complaints.
So back in the day people paid for this to be made, then they paid again to watch it and now they want to charge us again. The BBC have the cheek of the devil.
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Do you have to sign in to buy? it says coming soon on the link..

Actually, it's a bit of a proverbial take having the cheek to charge for this individually - given the BBC is license fee funded!

Perhaps if the Beeb didn't splunk ridiculous amounts of cash up the wall - like paying that Alan Yentob (he of "Kids Company" fame) over £300K a year working part-time - it would have enough money to broadcast this "episode" to everyone on BBC1.

What next? Expect them to start releasing Season finales to popular shows like Dr Who on an exclusively pay-per-view basis!
Do you have to sign in to buy? it says coming soon on the link..
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Share Every Christmas With Terry And June £1.89 BBC Store

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Part of the BBC Store Sitcom Xmas specials. "Terry Scott and June Whitfield’s faces on baubles, how can you resist grinning?" It's yours to keep forever, so you can watch every Xmas with your lo…
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Loved terry an June when I was little

Edited By: teachelly on Dec 15, 2015 18:25
I am surprised by positive comments, I only posted sarcastically.
My trolling of Terry and June has seriously backfired.

Edited By: DonkeyKonk on Dec 15, 2015 14:37
Terry and June was twee, cosy and very middle class, and I loved it then and still love it now X)X)
Can't find out what they charge for delivery unless I register. Anyone know what it costs?
Just found out you can't access the BBC store from the Apple TV I player app - disgraceful

A Brief History of the BBC

BBC StoreFirst founded in 1920, the British Broadcasting Corporation, or BBC, is the world's oldest national broadcasting institution. The Corporation's first Director-General was Lord John Reith. Reith was a Scottish Calvinist who brought his sense of ethical broadcasting to his job. It was he that first coined the now infamous BBC mission statement that the Corporation exists to "inform, educate and entertain". To this day, the BBC's Royal Charter still stipulates these three central tenets.

The BBC Store, launched in November 2015, replaced the BBC Shop and is funded and run by BBC Worldwide, a commercial subsidiary wing of the BBC.

Products Available Through the BBC Store

At present, BBC Store is only available for residents of the United Kingdom, Isle of Man or the Channel Islands. The BBC Store separates the programming available for purchase into six genre-based categories, which are then broken down into several further subcategories – all of them can be found at www.store.bbc.com.

  • Children's – This category covers all kid's based BBC programming and is broken down into three further categories; CBBC for children aged 6 to 12, CBeebies for younger children and Classic, which is aimed at nostalgic adults.
  • Comedy – The BBC has produced numerous acclaimed comedy shows over the years. There are five subcategories here; Classic, Satire, Sitcom, Sketch Show, and Stand Up.
  • Drama – The BBC has also produced several highly-acclaimed drama series. There are six subcategories of drama; Classic & Period, Crime & Thriller, Doctor Who, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Contemporary, and Soaps.
  • Entertainment – Some of the BBC's best family entertainment shows, split into two categories; Factual Entertainment and Lifestyle.
  • Factual – Documentaries and hard-hitting exposes over five categories; Documentaries, History, Natural History, Religion, and Science.
  • Music & Arts – The BBC has also had a strong influence over the British music and art scene throughout its history. From Beethoven to The Beatles, the BBC has them all. There are two subcategories; Arts Documentaries and Music.

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BBC Store Bestselling Products

Here's a list of some of the BBC Store bestselling products:

  • The Night Manager
  • Happy Valley
  • This Farming Life
  • Line of Duty
  • Dad's Army
  • Peaky Blinders
  • Death in Paradise
  • War & Peace

Deals and Offers

The BBC Store has a section that is dedicated to special offers and it's always worth taking a look to see if your favourite shows are there. The BBC Store's predecessor, the BBC Shop, took part in Black Friday and Cyber Monday for the last few years, and it's safe to assume that this tradition will continue.

Buying at the BBC Store

In order to purchase at the BBC Store it's necessary to register with a BBC iD. This involves your name and email address, and a password of your choice. Bear in mind that it's only possible to buy programmes with a valid UK registered Visa or MasterCard debit card, credit card or a PayPal account. The BBC Store also sends customers regular newsletters, which you can choose to opt in or out of when you register. These also contain exclusive promotions and special offers.

Cancellations and Refunds

If you change your mind about a product, you are entitled to cancel it within 14 days of purchase using the "Cancel Purchase" button on your Account. You are only entitled to a refund before you watch or download the product. The moment you begin to stream or play the content, you lose your right to cancel the purchase. Beyond that 14 day period, you are entitled to cancellation rights under consumer protection law if the product is faulty or not as described on the website. You´ll find a model cancellation form on the website.

Watching and Downloading BBC Store Purchases

Once you've bought your programme, you can then stream it instantly using the BBC iPlayer on your computer, phone or tablet. You can also download them to watch without an internet connection or when you go abroad. In order to download from the BBC Store, you need to install the Download Manager. This will be explained below.

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To Stream:

  • Go to the BBC iPlayer and log in.
  • Go to the “My Programmes” section and view all your purchases.
  • Choose what you want to watch and it'll be played through the iPlayer.

To Download:

  • Go to the Store Downloader
  • Select the correct version for your operating system or device to get the downloader app.
  • Download your show using the app and keep it as long as you want.

The BBC Store Downloader requires Microsoft Silverlight installed on your computer.

The BBC Store on Social Media

Like most companies, the BBC Store has a comprehensive social media presence. Keeping an eye on the various social media pages can be a great way of discovering great deals and discounts!

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Contact Details

On the website you´ll find the help and support FAQs or can contact The BBC Store via email at [email protected] or live chat

Post address:

If you prefer to send a letter via post, you can send it to the following address:

  • Television Centre,
  • 101 Wood Lane,
  • London W12 7FA