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Paddington 2 on BBC iPlayer (BBC TV Licence Required)
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Paddington 2 on BBC iPlayer (BBC TV Licence Required)

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Posted 10th Apr

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Great movie

Paddington finds the perfect gift for Aunt Lucy's birthday, but when the gift is stolen he becomes the prime suspect, and it is up to the Browns to prove his innocence.

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skankingpigeons10/04/2020 13:11

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Defending their deal to the bitter end.Tiger King is free on Netflix and The Mandalorian is free on Disney+
Edited by: "OnceCheaterAlwaysCheater" 10th Apr
Isn't this the same price as everything on bbc iplayer?
It's not free pal, but enjoy that cheap heat...
Go BBC, u are awesome
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Nothing like the first one... Very disappointing to be honest...
Great follow up to the first Paddington movie. Not s Hugh Grant fan but he was so funny in the second Paddington movie.😁
Has the govt scrapped the licence fee?
Go BBC, u are awesome
Great movie!
skankingpigeons10/04/2020 13:11

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Defending their deal to the bitter end.Tiger King is free on Netflix and The Mandalorian is free on Disney+
Edited by: "OnceCheaterAlwaysCheater" 10th Apr
Nice find op 👌
That woll make my partners grndchildren very happy. Thanks OP
Paddington always cheers me up and makes me smile. Ben Whishaw is just perfect to give him his voice. Enjoy with cup of tea and biscuit, or a nice marmalade sandwich...
Free really
It's not free pal, but enjoy that cheap heat...
Thanks OP. Much appreciated. Heat added.Both my daughter & I think the 1st movie is funnier than the 2nd one tbh. But I agree Paddington is really funny.

(p.s. not everyone will be grateful even if you post something that’s free)
Edited by: "steve765" 10th Apr
Isn't this the same price as everything on bbc iplayer?
dribspak10/04/2020 15:13

Isn't this the same price as everything on bbc iplayer?



tvlicensing.co.uk/faq…Q23 £157.50 according to the law for some reason though the discussion isn't showing the price right, think it somehow accidentalyl was posted as a deal
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can rent for £2.49 at either website here, much cheaper than yearly fees


or if you have to have a subscription to consume media amazon prime has the movie for £79.99 a year saving 77.51, or just £7.99 a month if you don't want to commit, pretty sure they have a free trial also
Felicitous10/04/2020 15:21

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yo5tQKUkk3o …https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yo5tQKUkk3o https://play.google.com/store/movies/details?id=Yo5tQKUkk3ocan rent for £2.49 at either website here, much cheaper than yearly fees or if you have to have a subscription to consume media amazon prime has the movie for £79.99 a year saving 77.51, or just £7.99 a month if you don't want to commit, pretty sure they have a free trial also


Most people already have a TV licence so clearly it's for them. If you don't have one then obviously it isn't worth paying for a year subscription for one movie. But of course you already know that
skankingpigeons10/04/2020 15:23

Most people already have a TV licence so clearly it's for them. If you …Most people already have a TV licence so clearly it's for them. If you don't have one then obviously it isn't worth paying for a year subscription for one movie. But of course you already know that


so most people have subscriptions to netflix and amazon and disney and now tv and sky and virgin? but anytime these deals are posted it specifies the required subscription whereas this service has not - I don't understand why this deal slips through the net
Terrible deal when I have to pay £157.50 to get it!
Anyone know when this was shown on one of the bbc channels?
WandererJoe1110/04/2020 15:57

Don't pay it then?


I have no intention of paying it, just not sure how anyone can say this is "a deal" when it's actually a telly tax.
MrFootLongHotdogInventor10/04/2020 16:02

I have no intention of paying it, just not sure how anyone can say this is …I have no intention of paying it, just not sure how anyone can say this is "a deal" when it's actually a telly tax.


kind of implies that the deal requires breaking the law, which probably shoudln't be allowed on the site yet here we are
Felicitous10/04/2020 16:07

kind of implies that the deal requires breaking the law, which probably …kind of implies that the deal requires breaking the law, which probably shoudln't be allowed on the site yet here we are


Not sure Paddington 2 is worth going to prison over. 😁
EunanOKane10/04/2020 15:58

Anyone know when this was shown on one of the bbc channels?


Was on today 9.25am CBBC
Felicitous10/04/2020 16:07

kind of implies that the deal requires breaking the law, which probably …kind of implies that the deal requires breaking the law, which probably shoudln't be allowed on the site yet here we are


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Felicitous10/04/2020 16:59

they have a special prison, in deepest darkest peru


Gosh! No wonder so few are evading the telly tax.
OnceCheaterAlwaysCheater10/04/2020 13:25

Defending their deal to the bitter end.Tiger King is free on Netflix and …Defending their deal to the bitter end.Tiger King is free on Netflix and The Mandalorian is free on Disney+


So basically this isn't a deal, it's making a political point about supporting the BBC.
Edited by: "MrFootLongHotdogInventor" 10th Apr
skankingpigeons10/04/2020 13:11

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More and more people are ditching the telly tax and going legally license free. Most streaming services are much cheaper than BBC iPlayer and have better quality content.
Edited by: "MrFootLongHotdogInventor" 10th Apr
Required for majority a TAXABLE - thus this should be shown at full price - like saying a film is free on prime (well that can be with a 7 day free pass!)
Crikey. Paddington is a reasonable kids film, we are all self isolating and someone has kindly bothered to point out that if you have "subscribed" to the BBC and missed it when it was played live you can now watch it for "free".

Given the unrest most houses due to cabin fever kids, and with so many older people also having to perpetually self isolate at the moment a film like this is a welcome respite. I appreciate the OP posting this.

I have forwarded it on to my kids great grandma so she can enjoy a light hearted film.
Edited by: "papasb" 10th Apr
papasb10/04/2020 17:57

Crikey. Paddington is a reasonable kids film, we are all self isolating …Crikey. Paddington is a reasonable kids film, we are all self isolating and someone has kindly bothered to point out that if you have "subscribed" to the BBC and missed it when it was played live you can now watch it for "free".Given the unrest most houses due to cabin fever kids, and with so many older people also having to perpetually self isolate at the moment a film like this is a welcome respite. I appreciate the OP posting this.I have forwarded it on to my kids great grandma so she can enjoy a light hearted film.


I don't subscribe to the BBC, I subscribe to Netflix and Now TV but I don't need someone "kindly" pointing out that I can watch content on there for "free".
Can’t believe the negative feelings on a thread about Paddington.

Paddington 1 and 2 are both a complete delight! Such charm. I love both movies.
MrFootLongHotdogInventor10/04/2020 18:17

I don't subscribe to the BBC, I subscribe to Netflix and Now TV but I …I don't subscribe to the BBC, I subscribe to Netflix and Now TV but I don't need someone "kindly" pointing out that I can watch content on there for "free".


Sit in the bath and have a magnum
MrFootLongHotdogInventor10/04/2020 18:17

I don't subscribe to the BBC, I subscribe to Netflix and Now TV but I …I don't subscribe to the BBC, I subscribe to Netflix and Now TV but I don't need someone "kindly" pointing out that I can watch content on there for "free".


Theres other people on the site other than you mate... just in case you didnt realise
Felicitous10/04/2020 16:07

kind of implies that the deal requires breaking the law, which probably …kind of implies that the deal requires breaking the law, which probably shoudln't be allowed on the site yet here we are


Its not the law that you MUST pay it only if you watch Live TV or BBC i watch Streaming Services so i dont have to
Poosnake10/04/2020 19:57

Theres other people on the site other than you mate... just in case you …Theres other people on the site other than you mate... just in case you didnt realise


That's besides the point as this site exists to advertise deals, not to promote the BBC.
Scrap the BBC as long with the EU, WHO, UN, Chinese and Russian Government
Than ill sleep happy
Edited by: "Norseg" 10th Apr
MrFootLongHotdogInventor10/04/2020 20:04

That's besides the point as this site exists to advertise deals, not to …That's besides the point as this site exists to advertise deals, not to promote the BBC.


If you dont have a licence like the vast majority of the UK do, then why are you reading this .. you must be bored

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