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Trying to figure out a way to watch Iplayer from Europe

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I am currently in Denmark at the moment and wanting to figure out a way to watch some programs on my Macbook Pro via the BBC iplayer. I know there are ways possible but finding it hard to get it… Read More
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banned6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
I am currently in Denmark at the moment and wanting to figure out a way to watch some programs on my Macbook Pro via the BBC iplayer.

I know there are ways possible but finding it hard to get it sorted on my laptop.

Any help would be great :)
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banned6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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Use a proxy server or VPN
banned#2
DVS_Dee
Use a proxy server or VPN


And can you explain this abit more...
banned#3
candn14
DVS_Dee
Use a proxy server or VPN


And can you explain this abit more...

google it as not advisable for members on here to tell you how to commit a criminal offence

Edited By: csiman on Jul 31, 2010 15:25: fsdfs
banned#4
How is this a criminal offense, i should have the right to watch it as my family pay a license fee and i would still be watching it no matter if i was in england or the other side of the world.
banned#5
use this : http://ianscott.biz/how-to-watch-hulu-in-the-uk/
not for bbciplayer but same thing
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candn14
How is this a criminal offense, i should have the right to watch it as my family pay a license fee and i would still be watching it no matter if i was in england or the other side of the world.


Cos the BBC may not have the licence to broadcast the particular shows outside of the UK. Also how would they know that you pay for your licence fee when your in Denmark, they are a British Broadcaster paid for by the British public so they can't let any Jean, Tomasz or Gertrude watch it.

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