[4K Ultra HD] Planet Earth II - £17.09 - Zoom
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[4K Ultra HD] Planet Earth II - £17.09 - Zoom

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Found 19th Mar
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Captured in stunning Ultra-high definition detail, Planet Earth II is an immersive exploration of the jungles, mountains, deserts, islands, grasslands and cities of the world. Journey to the four corners of the globe to discover the extreme forces that shape life in each of these iconic landscapes and the remarkable ways animals manage to overcome the challenges of surviving in the wildest places on Earth. From eye-to-eye encounters with incredible creatures to epic journeys through breathtaking wildernesses, experience the wonder of the natural world as never before.
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pay your licence fee and then the BBC charge you again.
tazg10118 m ago

pay your licence fee and then the BBC charge you again.


No they don't license payers could watch it first time around and if you want to own a physical copy you buy one, are you suggesting BBC hand them out for free?
Edited by: "woolymammoth8606" 19th Mar
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Quite a few discounts on the Easter price cuts. Remember to use SIGNUP10 to drop the prices
Hot from me!
Thanks Buzz! Been looking at this and Blue Planet 2 for ages so have finally given in
Great price, shame about the company.
pay your licence fee and then the BBC charge you again.
tazg10118 m ago

pay your licence fee and then the BBC charge you again.


No they don't license payers could watch it first time around and if you want to own a physical copy you buy one, are you suggesting BBC hand them out for free?
Edited by: "woolymammoth8606" 19th Mar
woolymammoth860653 m ago

No they don't license payers could watch it first time around and if you …No they don't license payers could watch it first time around and if you want to own a physical copy you buy one, are you suggesting BBC hand them out for free?


Or they could make the uhd download available FoC permanently that I helped pay for? If I didn't pay the licence fee then I'd happily buy the disc version. Hopefully the licence tax will be scrapped in the next decade.
Don't understand where people say BBC should give this out for free. I think people fail to understand that this is a top quality product.

If you don't want to pay, watch it the first time around or iPlayer when available, that's what you pay a TV License for...

Either way if you have a UHD setup and still haven't bought this... buy it, demo material and a gem of a series at that.
SaleChaser3 m ago

Don't understand where people say BBC should give this out for free. I …Don't understand where people say BBC should give this out for free. I think people fail to understand that this is a top quality product. If you don't want to pay, watch it the first time around or iPlayer when available, that's what you pay a TV License for...Either way if you have a UHD setup and still haven't bought this... buy it, demo material and a gem of a series at that.


No you miss the point, the bbc content is the result of the licence payer, i'll be waiting for the day when the licence fee is outlawed anyway, hopefully soon. Sell whatever they like overseas, but the UK and any valid tv licence holder, should get this content for free.
Edited by: "shadowdogg" 19th Mar
shadowdogg1 m ago

No you miss the point, the bbc content is the result of the licence payer, …No you miss the point, the bbc content is the result of the licence payer, i'll be waiting for the day when the licence fee is outlawed anyway, hopefully soon.



I understand that this content is the result of the license but that still doens't mean it should be free on a premium entertainment platform.
SaleChaser48 m ago

I understand that this content is the result of the license but that still …I understand that this content is the result of the license but that still doens't mean it should be free on a premium entertainment platform.


I like many others are just against the idea of being sold the content we helped them get financially, sell all of these overseas, it's fair game, but to the domestic market. It's like giving a beggar £1 and then him going back to you to try and sell it for £5.
Edited by: "shadowdogg" 19th Mar
shadowdogg59 m ago

I like many others are just against the idea of being sold the content we …I like many others are just against the idea of being sold the content we helped them get financially, sell all of these overseas, it's fair game, but to the domestic market. It's like giving a beggar £1 and then him going back to you to try and sell it for £5.


It's more like giving a beggar £1, him saying "thanks guvnor" and then he tries to sell you a signed photo for a fiver. Oh wait, my example is just as stupid as yours

I am pleased that my license fee helps pay for groundbreaking, world class documentary film making and am more than happy that they try and recoup some of the astronomical production costs by selling the series in a permanent format.

Something like Blue Planet costs a fortune, it's not as if Attenborough is pocketing the cost of your Blu Ray...
0901salmoc18 s ago

😴😴😴😴😴 just download it illegally


I did not say that
Is the World at War Complete blu ray set a good price at 34.99 (pre discount)?
Arutha1 h, 17 m ago

Is the World at War Complete blu ray set a good price at 34.99 (pre …Is the World at War Complete blu ray set a good price at 34.99 (pre discount)?


Hi this was on offer a while back at £20 but you can pick up here for £30:

networkonair.com/all…ion
The BBC "allowed" us the privilege of watching Blue Planet 2 on iPlayer around Christmas time for a week or so but now want 22 quid for it.
2 things i used to be very pro were the BBC and NHS. Still love the NHS but the BBC can go and take a long walk off a short pier.And take their license fee with them.
Arutha2 h, 9 m ago

Is the World at War Complete blu ray set a good price at 34.99 (pre …Is the World at War Complete blu ray set a good price at 34.99 (pre discount)?


Wasn't there a badly botched version doing the rounds? Maybe I'm thinking of any documentary.
I pay my licence yet happily buy all the BBC natural history box sets. Just because some people don't want it doesn't mean everyone doesn't? They're not forcing you to buy them. I buy films that are on Netflix too... If people didn't buy them they wouldn't release them so I'm not the only one. Plenty of time to see things on iPlayer after they're on TV too. There's also this thing called a PVR aka virgin Tivo / Sky+.
Edited by: "anlygi" 20th Mar
jaydeeuk11 h, 27 m ago

Wasn't there a badly botched version doing the rounds? Maybe I'm thinking …Wasn't there a badly botched version doing the rounds? Maybe I'm thinking of any documentary.


I believe that is the remastered edition which changed some of the resolutions of the original footage. The one Zoom are selling uses authentic footage without stretching or adjustments, which is why I was more interested! Can't seem to find it cheaper so logic tells me it's a good price
jaydeeuk11 h, 27 m ago

Wasn't there a badly botched version doing the rounds? Maybe I'm thinking …Wasn't there a badly botched version doing the rounds? Maybe I'm thinking of any documentary.


Do you mean botched as in a cropped image?

Article explaining each edition.

Original aspect ratio.

Confusingly network sell both editions
Emu12 h, 19 m ago

Hi this was on offer a while back at £20 but you can pick up here for …Hi this was on offer a while back at £20 but you can pick up here for £30:http://networkonair.com/all-products/2122-world-at-war-the-the-ultimate-restored-edition


Thank you for the comment, I appreciate it. That edition is slightly different however and I was looking for this particular edition which is slightly less-edited. Thank you again though
chapchap1 h, 49 m ago

The BBC "allowed" us the privilege of watching Blue Planet 2 on iPlayer …The BBC "allowed" us the privilege of watching Blue Planet 2 on iPlayer around Christmas time for a week or so but now want 22 quid for it. 2 things i used to be very pro were the BBC and NHS. Still love the NHS but the BBC can go and take a long walk off a short pier.And take their license fee with them.


To be fair, the amount of work put in to that series is mind-blowing, and to be able to have in physical form at 4K resolution for the price of a couple of large domino's pizzas isn't too bad!
Arutha1 h, 0 m ago

To be fair, the amount of work put in to that series is mind-blowing, and …To be fair, the amount of work put in to that series is mind-blowing, and to be able to have in physical form at 4K resolution for the price of a couple of large domino's pizzas isn't too bad!



Yes but we are already paying for it. They even made it available on iPlayer in 4K for a week so it is possible. If peopel want to buy in disk that is fine but it should be available by other means. Its the same with series like Wolfe House (?)- it was on iPlayer for 3 1/2 minutes,they then removed it and sold it on blu ray. It came back on iPlayer recently for a very short time so they know what they are doing and why they are doing it. If they want to play the capitalists game then let them do that i.e. no more license fee.
But lets fight for the NHS tooth and nail.
chapchap28 m ago

Yes but we are already paying for it. They even made it available on …Yes but we are already paying for it. They even made it available on iPlayer in 4K for a week so it is possible. If peopel want to buy in disk that is fine but it should be available by other means. Its the same with series like Wolfe House (?)- it was on iPlayer for 3 1/2 minutes,they then removed it and sold it on blu ray. It came back on iPlayer recently for a very short time so they know what they are doing and why they are doing it. If they want to play the capitalists game then let them do that i.e. no more license fee.But lets fight for the NHS tooth and nail.


Hmm I see your point, my Internet isn't good enough to stream 4K content unfortunately so this is my only option. I won't get in to the NHS side of things, that can of worms can stay closed
You have to ask how much single use plastic has the BBC created in producing this DVD?

BBC needs to move with the times, go towards a netflix style worldwide subscription and stand on their own two feet i.e. believe in their own content.

Hopefully, it would be the end of the churned out licence funded dross like the One Show to fill the airwaves. So much of the BBC TV is lazy, unimaginative packaged pointless space filling content.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 20th Mar
This was free to download in 4k on sky Q UHD box via iPlayer app. I still have it on my box. Cold
Arutha1 h, 15 m ago

Hmm I see your point, my Internet isn't good enough to stream 4K content …Hmm I see your point, my Internet isn't good enough to stream 4K content unfortunately so this is my only option. I won't get in to the NHS side of things, that can of worms can stay closed


Well yes if your internet isn’t good enough then you are stuck with physical disks.
I gather this disc is far better quality than the stream. Normally is the case for 4k content. But maybe I'm totally wrong?
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