Films available right now through BBC iPlayer
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Films available right now through BBC iPlayer

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Found 5th Jan 2016
I wouldn't normally post individual films but thought this full listing might be useful to some. 29 films currently available including classics like the Eagle has landed and Wallace and Gromit, comedies like Made in Dagenham and Mrs Brown D Movie plus loads of others.
Full list with details of expiry, running time etc in first post.

Updated 15/01/2016
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A Simple Plan
Three men are corrupted by their discovery of millions of dollars in a crashed plane.
BBC ONE
First shown: 1998
Available until Wed 1:40am
Duration 121 mins

Adam Curtis: Bitter Lake
BBC 1
A new, adventurous and epic film by Adam Curtis.
First shown: 25 Jan 2015
Available for over a year
Duration 137 mins

Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa
A radio DJ ends up in a siege when a disgruntled colleague takes the staff hostage.
BBC TWO
First shown: 2013
Available for 16 days
Duration 85 mins

Albatross
A young writer begins an affair with a German author suffering from writer's block.
BBC TWO
First shown: 2011
Available until Sat 1:20 am
Duration 84 mins

B.F.G./The BFG
Cuairt-bhruadaran Sophie 's am fuamhaire. Sophie's dream-filled journey with the BFG.
BBC ALBA
First shown: 1989
Available for 24 days
Duration 92 mins

Captain Apache
Violent revenge western about a full-blooded Apache Indian working for the US Army.
BBC TWO
First shown: 1971
Available for 6 days
Duration 94 mins

Disconnect
The stories of a disparate group of people as they interact online.
BBC TWO
First shown: 2012
Available until Mon 1:40am
Duration 105 min

Fear Itself
Uncover how films scare us with this mesmerising journey through horror cinema.
BBC
First shown: 18 Oct 2015
Available for 9 months
Duration 88 mins

The Importance of Being Earnest
Comic drama based on Oscar Wilde's play about two bachelors and their fictitious persona.
BBC TWO
First shown: 1952
Available until Sat 10:10am
Duration 92 mins

Made in Dagenham
Charting the fight of female factory workers at the Ford Dagenham plant for equal pay.
BBC FOUR
First shown: 2010
Available for 25 days
Duration 105 mins

Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie
Mrs Brown faces car chases and ninjas as she battles to save her Dublin market stall.
BBC ONE
First shown: 2014
Available for 29 days
Duration 90 mins

Nativity!
A teacher is put in charge of his primary school's musical version of the Nativity.
CBBC
First shown: 2009
Available for 17 days
Duration 99 mins

Once
Modern-day musical about a busker and a Czech immigrant in Dublin.
BBC THREE
First shown: 2006
Available until Mon 4am
Duration 83 mins

Professor Branestawm
Harry Hill in Professor Branestawm Returns
Can Professor Branestawm beat the rascally Professor Algebrain in an inventing contest?
BBC ONE
First shown: 24 Dec 2015
Available for 25 days
Duration 60 mins
2 available episodes

The Scandalous Lady W
The amazing true story of Lady Worsley, whose elopement sparked a great scandal.
BBC TWO
First shown: 2015
Available for 18 days
Duration 88 mins

Wallace and Gromit: A Grand Day Out
Wallace and Gromit blast off in a homemade rocket to see if the moon is made of cheese.
BBC ONE
First shown: 1989
Available for 20 days
Duration 23 mins

Wallace and Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death
Wallace and Gromit's business faces danger when a killer starts targeting local bakers.
BBC ONE
First shown: 2008
Available for 22 days
Duration 29 mins

Wallace and Gromit: The Wrong Trousers
A mysterious penguin moves in with Wallace and Gromit, embroiling them in a heist.
CBBC
First shown: 1993
Available for 25 days
Duration 35 mins


Edited by: "gerrymig" 15th Jan 2016
its only free if you dont pay for a bbc tv licence
tHANKS
mousey

tHANKS



You're welcome
Good to know - thank you!
Not free, the TV licence is extortionate
kittykat69

Not free, the TV licence is extortionate


Extortionate?

Have you any idea how much the BBC provides - not just TV, but radio (including local radio), online etc etc.? And have you seen what Sky charges?

The license fee is the best broadcasting value there is, bar none - probably anywhere in the world.
pay the bbc or they send the boys round to sort you out
Newbold

Extortionate? Have you any idea how much the BBC provides - not just TV, … Extortionate? Have you any idea how much the BBC provides - not just TV, but radio (including local radio), online etc etc.? And have you seen what Sky charges?The license fee is the best broadcasting value there is, bar none - probably anywhere in the world.



I don't give a monkeys what they provide! I don't want it and I should have a choice to pay it or not. Making it mandatory is a crime against freedom.
Now you can live a sour Sunday in watching the BBCs junk movies any day of the week!
Nice reminder, thanks
Sky is expensive but you have a choice to take it or not. You do not have to pay Sky to watch the BBC, but you have to pay the BBC to watch sky. An old boys network,huge payoffs, Jimmy Saville.
Sucking up to what ever government is in power at the time to ensure their funding, what a Great British Institution
owtsfornowts

Sky is expensive but you have a choice to take it or not. You do not have … Sky is expensive but you have a choice to take it or not. You do not have to pay Sky to watch the BBC, but you have to pay the BBC to watch sky. An old boys network,huge payoffs, Jimmy Saville. Sucking up to what ever government is in power at the time to ensure their funding, what a Great British Institution




That's right, it's about CHOICE.
Pathetic
Lowest common denominator argument
bobmccluckie

PatheticLowest common denominator argument


Do you HAVE to pay for BBC - which is now just an employment exchange for middle class heterophobic arrogant, politically correct, self-serving, self-righteous Londoners ?
YES
Newbold

Extortionate? Have you any idea how much the BBC provides - not just TV, … Extortionate? Have you any idea how much the BBC provides - not just TV, but radio (including local radio), online etc etc.? And have you seen what Sky charges?The license fee is the best broadcasting value there is, bar none - probably anywhere in the world.


WAS. Not is. Most of the quality broadcasting is pre-politically correct invasion in 80s
At one time BBC was considered fair and impartial. TRUSTWORTHY. Not now. Otyhers stations manage to produce just as much quality broadcasting for a LOT less. BBC is now just parasitical on the people
People should be given a choice to pay for licence fee or not.
I WOULDN'T
PhilK

WAS. Not is. Most of the quality broadcasting is pre-politically correct … WAS. Not is. Most of the quality broadcasting is pre-politically correct invasion in 80sAt one time BBC was considered fair and impartial. TRUSTWORTHY. Not now. Otyhers stations manage to produce just as much quality broadcasting for a LOT less. BBC is now just parasitical on the peoplePeople should be given a choice to pay for licence fee or not. I WOULDN'T




And that IS the issue for them, most people in their right minds would NOT pay and they would have to stop their ludicrous dictatorship.
alot of people pay it out of fear of what might happen if they dont pay it, the system the bbc likes and wont give up till the bitter end
Forcing the TV license on everyone is just dictatorial in my opinion, whilst I generally like what BBC has on offer, but then not having a choice about the license fee is just not right. Its a free world and my money, I should have every right to choose if I want to pay the BBC or not.
Edited by: "matwalaboy" 5th Jan 2016
matwalaboy

Forcing the TV license on everyone is just dictatorial in my opinion, … Forcing the TV license on everyone is just dictatorial in my opinion, whilst I generally like what BBC has on offer, but then not having a choice about the license fee is just not right. Its a free world and my money, I should have every right to choose if I want to pay the BBC or not.



EXACTLY!!
Not sure what this license argument is about, when relating to this deal.
BBC IPlayer is free, not license bound.
You can watch it anywhere with internet access.
You have a choice to watch BBC Iplayer or not.
Please stick to the deal, not voice your opinion on Media Broadcasting conglomerates, its not relevant.
Edited by: "drunkenmaster" 5th Jan 2016
Is Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie worth a watch? Never seen the TV show.

I can recommend Made in Dagenham, Eagle has Landed and Alan Partridge.

PS. Down with the Beeb
mocmocamoc

Is Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie worth a watch? Never seen the TV show.I can … Is Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie worth a watch? Never seen the TV show.I can recommend Made in Dagenham, Eagle has Landed and Alan Partridge.PS. Down with the Beeb



nope we stopped after 5 mins it's all so stupid and the dialogues are soooooooooooo predictable
mocmocamoc

Is Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie worth a watch?



Absolutely, definitely, without a doubt - no! It's bloody awful. Terrible "gags" from the 70s, and a ridiculous old man doing comedy that should have died with Dick Emery or Les Dawson.

It's about as funny as Citizen Khan
mocmocamoc

Is Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie worth a watch? Never seen the TV show.I can … Is Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie worth a watch? Never seen the TV show.I can recommend Made in Dagenham, Eagle has Landed and Alan Partridge.PS. Down with the Beeb


P.S: Amen.
horsepills

Absolutely, definitely, without a doubt - no! It's bloody awful. … Absolutely, definitely, without a doubt - no! It's bloody awful. Terrible "gags" from the 70s, and a ridiculous old man doing comedy that should have died with Dick Emery or Les Dawson.It's about as funny as Citizen Khan



The song by The Script at the end is good
AHEM...

you don't need a licence if its watched off the iplayer..


kittykat69

nope we stopped after 5 mins it's all so stupid and the dialogues are … nope we stopped after 5 mins it's all so stupid and the dialogues are soooooooooooo predictable



Wish I had given up after 5 mins. Watched it last night. it does drag on
Wow lot's of big WORDS in these arguments..


YAWN.
drunkenmaster

Not sure what this license argument is about, when relating to this … Not sure what this license argument is about, when relating to this deal.BBC IPlayer is free, not license bound.You can watch it anywhere with internet access.You have a choice to watch BBC Iplayer or not.Please stick to the deal, not voice your opinion on Media Broadcasting conglomerates, its not relevant.


I don't think someone who's bothered to post just 2 deals in 6 years is in any position to pontificate on what's acceptable to post (or not) on HUKD!
kittykat69

I don't give a monkeys what they provide! I don't want it and I should … I don't give a monkeys what they provide! I don't want it and I should have a choice to pay it or not. Making it mandatory is a crime against freedom.



Does this logic follow along with The Monarchy, or are you suggesting that this too is a crime against freedom.
Anyone who hates the license fee is an idiot .. who cares if we're forced to pay it? Forcing everyone to pay it means we get way more for our money than we would if you had a choice whether to pay it or not to watch live tv. It's a great system.. we get all the national radio stations, local radio, TV stations, iPlayer, website etc. The BBC are great and the totality of the services they provide are worth so much more than the amount we pay to receive them. So opposing it because you're 'forced' to pay it is idiotic - if you don't want to pay it, don't watch live TV. Pay Netflix instead and get 1/10th of the content for twice the price. Morons..
owtsfornowts

Sky is expensive but you have a choice to take it or not. You do not have … Sky is expensive but you have a choice to take it or not. You do not have to pay Sky to watch the BBC, but you have to pay the BBC to watch sky. An old boys network,huge payoffs, Jimmy Saville. Sucking up to what ever government is in power at the time to ensure their funding, what a Great British Institution



Which is ironic as the BBC is constantly criticised for being too liberal and lefty despite the conservatives being in power.
Edited by: "omgpleasespamme" 5th Jan 2016
ahemmahemm

AHEM...you don't need a licence if its watched off the iplayer..




People clueless on here sometimes! As you inferred, watching through iplayer is free and doesn't need a licence. The only time you need a licence is when you watch live broadcasts.
I stopped paying the licence this year and just watch on demand programmes through the various apps. The licence people were informed by the way; they sent me a very nice email to warn me that they might check up on me within the next two years to see if I am being a good citizen.
Edited by: "Predikuesi" 5th Jan 2016
drunkenmaster

Not sure what this license argument is about, when relating to this … Not sure what this license argument is about, when relating to this deal.BBC IPlayer is free, not license bound.You can watch it anywhere with internet access


not free if you are watching a programme at the time it being broadcast live on tv, where you do need a licence.

and for those saying it is mandatory, you are forced to have a licence, well you're not, if you are not watching programmes being broadcast live.
moneysavingexpert.com/uti…nce

edit: as posted above, just before me
Edited by: "mcek" 5th Jan 2016
matwalaboy

Forcing the TV license on everyone is just dictatorial in my opinion, … Forcing the TV license on everyone is just dictatorial in my opinion, whilst I generally like what BBC has on offer, but then not having a choice about the license fee is just not right. Its a free world and my money, I should have every right to choose if I want to pay the BBC or not.



It was/is forced on everyone by democratically elected politicians.
sameolddave

Does this logic follow along with The Monarchy, or are you suggesting … Does this logic follow along with The Monarchy, or are you suggesting that this too is a crime against freedom.



Idiot!
Guinea

Anyone who hates the license fee is an idiot .. who cares if we're forced … Anyone who hates the license fee is an idiot .. who cares if we're forced to pay it? Forcing everyone to pay it means we get way more for our money than we would if you had a choice whether to pay it or not to watch live tv. It's a great system.. we get all the national radio stations, local radio, TV stations, iPlayer, website etc. The BBC are great and the totality of the services they provide are worth so much more than the amount we pay to receive them. So opposing it because you're 'forced' to pay it is idiotic - if you don't want to pay it, don't watch live TV. Pay Netflix instead and get 1/10th of the content for twice the price. Morons..



I want to watch TV but NOT the BBC. Morons...
Anyone hate the fact the current BBC has taken to advertising its own programs? At the start of iPlayer content as well as seeing the stupid 'ident' stuff there's now often adverts that require a click to skip.
kittykat69

I want to watch TV but NOT the BBC. Morons...



Just out of interest, what do you want to watch?
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