Huge discounts on BBC TV Shows on Google Play Movies & TV
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Huge discounts on BBC TV Shows on Google Play Movies & TV

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Found 27th Jul 2017
Complete Series start at just £9.00 & standalone seasons at £5.00
play.google.com/sto…_tv

Stand out deals:
Ashes to Ashes Complete Collection: £16.99
Sherlock Seasons 1-4: £10.99
Dad's Army Complete Collection: £16.99
Absolutely Fabulous: £16.99
Luther Seasons 1-4: £16.99
Planet Earth: Complete Collection - £16.99
Red Dwarf Seasons 6-10: £15.99
Blackadder Seasons 1-4: £16.99
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Surely these should be avoided on a point of principle?

The tax payers fund these shows originally, in todays modern world they should be put in an online archive for licence payers, former and current to view the shows!

Paying twice seems terrible!
groenleader

Surely these should be avoided on a point of principle?The tax payers … Surely these should be avoided on a point of principle?The tax payers fund these shows originally, in todays modern world they should be put in an online archive for licence payers, former and current to view the shows!Paying twice seems terrible!



Chris Evans needs a new house
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The musketeers complete collection in HD for £16.99 seems like a great buy
I'm guessing Planet Earth won't be UHD?
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I'm guessing Planet Earth won't be UHD?


From what I gather Google Play Movies & TV UHD store hasn't opened in the UK. Only available in the USA.
The way to check is buy typing UHD in the Movies & TV search engine, it will bring up all offerings in that section for that quality.
Surely these should be avoided on a point of principle?

The tax payers fund these shows originally, in todays modern world they should be put in an online archive for licence payers, former and current to view the shows!

Paying twice seems terrible!
Original Poster
groenleader

Surely these should be avoided on a point of principle?The tax payers … Surely these should be avoided on a point of principle?The tax payers fund these shows originally, in todays modern world they should be put in an online archive for licence payers, former and current to view the shows!Paying twice seems terrible!



Rumour has it that iPlayer will soon require a login ID based on your TV license, which will then have access to show archives. I travel abroad a lot, so its always nice to have digital stuff at hand that I can watch, iPlayer is only viewable in the UK.
groenleader

Surely these should be avoided on a point of principle?The tax payers … Surely these should be avoided on a point of principle?The tax payers fund these shows originally, in todays modern world they should be put in an online archive for licence payers, former and current to view the shows!Paying twice seems terrible!


Buying these helps funds future BBC shows. Licence fees alone cannot fund the programmes the BBC makes.
Edited by: "eayragt" 27th Jul 2017
groenleader

Surely these should be avoided on a point of principle?The tax payers … Surely these should be avoided on a point of principle?The tax payers fund these shows originally, in todays modern world they should be put in an online archive for licence payers, former and current to view the shows!Paying twice seems terrible!



Chris Evans needs a new house
DonkeyKonk

Chris Evans needs a new house



And another new car...
groenleader7 h, 57 m ago

Surely these should be avoided on a point of principle?The tax payers fund …Surely these should be avoided on a point of principle?The tax payers fund these shows originally, in todays modern world they should be put in an online archive for licence payers, former and current to view the shows!Paying twice seems terrible!


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The BBC are proffiting on something YOU own.
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