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Flight Of The Navigator (and loads of kids movies) on iPlayer

£0.00 @ BBC.co.uk
Quite a few decent kids movies available on iPlayer this week (Madagascar 1 and 2 Nativity 1 & 2, FOTN, Rise Of The Guardians, Kung Fu Panda 2).
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Quite a few decent kids movies available on iPlayer this week (Madagascar 1 and 2 Nativity 1 & 2, FOTN, Rise Of The Guardians, Kung Fu Panda 2).
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#1
wow scary picture x
#2
Class movie
1 Like #3
There's a lot on Netflix, NowTV, Google and Prime as well.:p
5 Likes #4
Not a freebie, costs £145.50.
#5
EddyH
Not a freebie, costs £145.50.

There's always one isn't there? Yawn...

1) It is generally accepted that most people will already have a licence

2) There are some exceptions to the requirement of a licence - so to some people these are genuinely, legally free to watch

3) You may choose not to buy a licence, and risk a fine - these movies would then be "free to watch". I don't condone this.

So technically yes, some people are required to buy a licence but to the vast majority this is considered a freebie. If I were to post this in deals, I'd get a load of people saying it should be in freebies - there is no perfect way of posting iPlayer info.

Edited By: horsepills on Dec 21, 2016 14:15: Additional
1 Like #6
horsepills
EddyH
Not a freebie, costs £145.50.
There's always one isn't there? Yawn...
1) It is generally accepted that most people will already have a licence
2) There are some exceptions to the requirement of a licence - so to some people these are genuinely, legally free to watch
3) You may choose not to buy a licence, and risk a fine - these movies would then be "free to watch". I don't condone this.
So technically yes, some people are required to buy a licence but to the vast majority this is considered a freebie. If I were to post this in deals, I'd get a load of people saying it should be in freebies - there is no perfect way of posting iPlayer info.

That's because it's neither a freebie or a deal it's information about what's on TV. It's a TV listing similar to what you could get from the TV or Radio times. To be honest it's not even a stand out film!

Edited By: gerrymig on Dec 21, 2016 15:54
1 Like #7
gerrymig
horsepills
EddyH
Not a freebie, costs £145.50.
There's always one isn't there? Yawn...
1) It is generally accepted that most people will already have a licence
2) There are some exceptions to the requirement of a licence - so to some people these are genuinely, legally free to watch
3) You may choose not to buy a licence, and risk a fine - these movies would then be "free to watch". I don't condone this.
So technically yes, some people are required to buy a licence but to the vast majority this is considered a freebie. If I were to post this in deals, I'd get a load of people saying it should be in freebies - there is no perfect way of posting iPlayer info.
That's because it's neither a freebie or a deal it's information about what's on TV. It's a TV listing similar to what you could get from the TV or Radio times. To be honest it's not even a stand out film!

Wow.....do you know what? I don't know why I bother posting deals - every time I do you can guarantee someone will have something negative to say.

I was trying to point out to people with kids that there are a few decent movies available on iPlayer and I get nonsense like "this isn't free" or "you can get this info from the radio times"...sheesh.

Last deal I'll ever post - it just isn't worth the hassle.
#8
Thanks Op..
#9
no Disney though. I guess the license fee doesn't cover that.

Thanks OP
#10
horsepills
gerrymig
horsepills
EddyH
Not a freebie, costs £145.50.
There's always one isn't there? Yawn...
1) It is generally accepted that most people will already have a licence
2) There are some exceptions to the requirement of a licence - so to some people these are genuinely, legally free to watch
3) You may choose not to buy a licence, and risk a fine - these movies would then be "free to watch". I don't condone this.
So technically yes, some people are required to buy a licence but to the vast majority this is considered a freebie. If I were to post this in deals, I'd get a load of people saying it should be in freebies - there is no perfect way of posting iPlayer info.
That's because it's neither a freebie or a deal it's information about what's on TV. It's a TV listing similar to what you could get from the TV or Radio times. To be honest it's not even a stand out film!
Wow.....do you know what? I don't know why I bother posting deals - every time I do you can guarantee someone will have something negative to say.
I was trying to point out to people with kids that there are a few decent movies available on iPlayer and I get nonsense like "this isn't free" or "you can get this info from the radio times"...sheesh.
Last deal I'll ever post - it just isn't worth the hassle.


Its true though, if anywhere this should be in misc.
1 Like #11
it's hot people - iPlayer and chill
#12
Nothing is free from the BBC :) Merry XMAS!

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