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Watch Wallace and Gromit new feature film Curse of the WereRabbit (2005), for free on the BBC iPlayer.

Available until 7:39pm Sat, 11 Sep 2010
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banned#1
Great Film 8)
#2
Also available in HD
#3
This is a deal. Not a true freebie.
#4
timbo995
This is a deal. Not a true freebie.

In what way is this not a freebie? It can be viewed through BBC iPlayer, which is FREE.
However, it is shown often enough on tv anyway so see no point in posting it. Hope every free program available isn't going to get posted. Hmm, one way to get your stats boosted.
#5
Jumpingphil
befuddled
timbo995
This is a deal. Not a true freebie.
In what way is this not a freebie? It can be viewed through BBC iPlayer, which is FREE. However, it is shown often enough on tv anyway so see no point in posting it. Hope every free program available isn't going to get posted. Hmm, one way to get your stats boosted.


I've never seen it on TV.
I don't have sky or freeview.

I have downloaded this so I can watch it as and when I want now.

You don't have freeview. Wow, but you DOWNLOADED a film of BBC iPlayer. Wow.
P.S. It's a bit confusing when you reply to a reply and leave all the bits in like this.
1 Like #6
I'm still curious how you managed to download it. The download button is not active for this program.
You could of course have RECORDED it from BBC1 last night when it was aired. You don't need Freeview for BBC1 as I am sure you know.
#7
I live in Wales and Freeview or Sky / Freesat is compulsory as we have no analogue signal

Jumpingphil
I didn't realise it was compulsory to have freeview in this country. http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/what.gifP.S. I didn't design how the reply button works. http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/thumbsup.gifP.P.S. Actually, I don't think anyone designed it. http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/giggle1.gif
#8
Jumpingphil
befuddled
Jumpingphil
Have you heard of copyright laws?


I can't tell if you're serious or not.
Think I will leave this thread 'cos I don't want to discuss things with someone who says I could have recorded it last night when the BBC aired it, yet moans when I record it from the same source ( BBC ) my way.

P.S. PM me if you want my address so you can report me to the police.


1: I was originally responding to tombo995, and actually agreeing with you that this is indeed a genuine freebie.
2: This is an open forum, and your links and comments could lead to someone breaching copyright laws. It is neither my place nor concern to report you to the police, that is a matter for the copyright holder.
3: The recording of a television broadcast for you own use is generally acceptable. Third party software needs to be used with great caution as it may lead you to commit an offence, commonly know as pirating. This is made clear on such sites as Pirate Bay.
#9
Jumpingphil
timbo995
This is a deal. Not a true freebie.


How so? http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/what.gif


You've already paid to see it by paying for your tv license.
I could post another freebie myself - eg
Eastenders is on BBC1 at 8.00pm Monday night - you can record it for free!!!
But I won't because its a waste of everyone's time, just like the original free film post.
#10
Jumpingphil
timbo995
Jumpingphil
timbo995
This is a deal. Not a true freebie.
How so? http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/what.gif
You've already paid to see it by paying for your tv license.I could post another freebie myself - eg Eastenders is on BBC1 at 8.00pm Monday night - you can record it for free!!! But I won't because its a waste of everyone's time, just like the original free film post.


You don't need a license to watch iPlayer.

There is a bit of a difference between scheduled programs and things like this giveaway.

Still don't understand why you think it is a deal.

Your lack of knowledge of the law is stupendous. You do need a licence to for any equipment that is capable of receiving a television signal. That includes computers and video recorders of all types. Get you facts right or shut up.
banned 1 Like #11
befuddled
Jumpingphil
timbo995
Jumpingphil
timbo995
This is a deal. Not a true freebie.
How so? http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/what.gif
You've already paid to see it by paying for your tv license.I could post another freebie myself - eg Eastenders is on BBC1 at 8.00pm Monday night - you can record it for free!!! But I won't because its a waste of everyone's time, just like the original free film post.


You don't need a license to watch iPlayer.

There is a bit of a difference between scheduled programs and things like this giveaway.

Still don't understand why you think it is a deal.

Your lack of knowledge of the law is stupendous. You do need a licence to for any equipment that is capable of receiving a television signal. That includes computers and video recorders of all types. Get you facts right or shut up.

you are wrong.

you do NOT need a licence for Iplayer as it is not LIVE.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcinternet/2008/01/iplayer_does_not_require_a_tv_1.html

A PC does not need a licence unless it has a tuner

also, it is not an offence to circumvent iplayer and download the shows. It is illegal to distribute them. In the same way that torrenting tv shows is not illegal.



Edited By: csiman on Sep 06, 2010 08:35: aef
#12
Jumpingphil
befuddled.

Most appropriate name.

I think it is you that needs to "Get you facts right or shut up."

I say this in a factual manner and is not intended as an insult. You are a very stupid person who has no understanding of the law or, it would seem, anything you talk about.
Everything I have stated is factually correct and verifiable if you have the wit to do a search, which I doubt. I can waste no further time trying to educate you. Remain in you pathetic ignorance. I shall not bother to view this thread again so if you wish to reply PM me. If you know how to do that.
banned#13
LOL -so befuddled ignores my post as it has the facts!

she is indeed very befuddled!
#14
csiman
befuddled
Jumpingphil
timbo995
Jumpingphil
timbo995
This is a deal. Not a true freebie.
How so? http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/what.gif
You've already paid to see it by paying for your tv license.I could post another freebie myself - eg Eastenders is on BBC1 at 8.00pm Monday night - you can record it for free!!! But I won't because its a waste of everyone's time, just like the original free film post.


You don't need a license to watch iPlayer.

There is a bit of a difference between scheduled programs and things like this giveaway.

Still don't understand why you think it is a deal.

Your lack of knowledge of the law is stupendous. You do need a licence to for any equipment that is capable of receiving a television signal. That includes computers and video recorders of all types. Get you facts right or shut up.

you are wrong.

you do NOT need a licence for Iplayer as it is not LIVE.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcinternet/2008/01/iplayer_does_not_require_a_tv_1.html


A PC does not need a licence unless it has a tuner

also, it is not an offence to circumvent iplayer and download the shows. It is illegal to distribute them. In the same way that torrenting tv shows is not illegal.





Almost right, some of Iplayer is live, so you'd need a tv license for that (you'd also need a license for tvcatchup for example).

A pc without a tuner would need a license if watching live tv from the internet for example.

A pc with a tuner doesn't NEED a license, but it would be advisable! Technically if it wasn't tuned in and you never used it you wouldn't need one.
banned#15
Benjimoron
csiman
befuddled
Jumpingphil
timbo995
Jumpingphil
timbo995
This is a deal. Not a true freebie.
How so? http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/what.gif
You've already paid to see it by paying for your tv license.I could post another freebie myself - eg Eastenders is on BBC1 at 8.00pm Monday night - you can record it for free!!! But I won't because its a waste of everyone's time, just like the original free film post.


You don't need a license to watch iPlayer.

There is a bit of a difference between scheduled programs and things like this giveaway.

Still don't understand why you think it is a deal.

Your lack of knowledge of the law is stupendous. You do need a licence to for any equipment that is capable of receiving a television signal. That includes computers and video recorders of all types. Get you facts right or shut up.

you are wrong.

you do NOT need a licence for Iplayer as it is not LIVE.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcinternet/2008/01/iplayer_does_not_require_a_tv_1.html


A PC does not need a licence unless it has a tuner

also, it is not an offence to circumvent iplayer and download the shows. It is illegal to distribute them. In the same way that torrenting tv shows is not illegal.





Almost right, some of Iplayer is live, so you'd need a tv license for that (you'd also need a license for tvcatchup for example).

A pc without a tuner would need a license if watching live tv from the internet for example.

A pc with a tuner doesn't NEED a license, but it would be advisable! Technically if it wasn't tuned in and you never used it you wouldn't need one.

well yeah, but you'd have to be extremely unlucky getting caught watching iplayer live on your pc. BBC iplayer help states you dont need a licence so that would aid you in court lol
#16
Jumpingphil
Benjimoron
csiman
befuddled
Jumpingphil
timbo995
Jumpingphil
timbo995
This is a deal. Not a true freebie.
How so? http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/what.gif
You've already paid to see it by paying for your tv license.I could post another freebie myself - eg Eastenders is on BBC1 at 8.00pm Monday night - you can record it for free!!! But I won't because its a waste of everyone's time, just like the original free film post.
You don't need a license to watch iPlayer.There is a bit of a difference between scheduled programs and things like this giveaway.Still don't understand why you think it is a deal.
Your lack of knowledge of the law is stupendous. You do need a licence to for any equipment that is capable of receiving a television signal. That includes computers and video recorders of all types. Get you facts right or shut up.
you are wrong.you do NOT need a licence for Iplayer as it is not LIVE.http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcinternet/2008/01/iplayer_does_not_require_a_tv_1.htmlA PC does not need a licence unless it has a tuneralso, it is not an offence to circumvent iplayer and download the shows. It is illegal to distribute them. In the same way that torrenting tv shows is not illegal.
Almost right, some of Iplayer is live, so you'd need a tv license for that ( you'd also need a license for tvcatchup for example).A pc without a tuner would need a license if watching live tv from the internet for example.A pc with a tuner doesn't NEED a license, but it would be advisable! Technically if it wasn't tuned in and you never used it you wouldn't need one.


You do not need a license to watch catch-up TV.
Check the BBC iPlayer Q&A.
See here.




I said "TVCATCHUP", not "catch-up TV"

BIG DIFFERENCE!!!
#17
csiman
Benjimoron
csiman
befuddled
Jumpingphil
timbo995
Jumpingphil
timbo995
This is a deal. Not a true freebie.
How so? http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/what.gif
You've already paid to see it by paying for your tv license.I could post another freebie myself - eg Eastenders is on BBC1 at 8.00pm Monday night - you can record it for free!!! But I won't because its a waste of everyone's time, just like the original free film post.


You don't need a license to watch iPlayer.

There is a bit of a difference between scheduled programs and things like this giveaway.

Still don't understand why you think it is a deal.

Your lack of knowledge of the law is stupendous. You do need a licence to for any equipment that is capable of receiving a television signal. That includes computers and video recorders of all types. Get you facts right or shut up.

you are wrong.

you do NOT need a licence for Iplayer as it is not LIVE.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcinternet/2008/01/iplayer_does_not_require_a_tv_1.html


A PC does not need a licence unless it has a tuner

also, it is not an offence to circumvent iplayer and download the shows. It is illegal to distribute them. In the same way that torrenting tv shows is not illegal.





Almost right, some of Iplayer is live, so you'd need a tv license for that (you'd also need a license for tvcatchup for example).

A pc without a tuner would need a license if watching live tv from the internet for example.

A pc with a tuner doesn't NEED a license, but it would be advisable! Technically if it wasn't tuned in and you never used it you wouldn't need one.

well yeah, but you'd have to be extremely unlucky getting caught watching iplayer live on your pc. BBC iplayer help states you dont need a licence so that would aid you in court lol


Kinda true, their site is pretty clear from what I can see:

"You do not need a television licence to catch-up on television programmes in BBC iPlayer, only when you watch or record at the same time (or virtually the same time) as it is being broadcast or otherwise distributed to the public. In BBC iPlayer, this is through the Watch Live simulcast option."
#18
befuddled
I'm still curious how you managed to download it. The download button is not active for this program.
You could of course have RECORDED it from BBC1 last night when it was aired. You don't need Freeview for BBC1 as I am sure you know.


Quit being an a**e. End of message.

Edited By: Wicked Lester on Sep 06, 2010 19:27: :-)
#19
Jumpingphil
Benjimoron
I said " TVCATCHUP", not " catch-up TV" BIG DIFFERENCE!!!


I'm still living in the dark ages here.
I didn't know this existed. http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/embarrassed.gif

I have hardly watched any live TV in the last 8 years.
Don't get much time when you're bringing up two children on your own.
I have to record anything I want to watch and then watch it later after I have put them to bed, and then cooked my dinner.
So I tend not to watch too much TV lately.

Having had a brief look at it, what benefit does it give someone who already has a TV and a recorder? http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/what.gif


Well it doesn't record, so you'd be better off lol!

It means you can watch tv on your pc without a tv card etc. You can also use it on some phones.
#20
nice one nt seen this yet

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