Radio Times - 6 Issues for £1 @ buysubscriptions.com
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Radio Times - 6 Issues for £1 @ buysubscriptions.com

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Posted 11th Oct
Once again, a deal on for Radio Times, to also include the Christmas issue.
This time it’s only for a 6 weeks trial but you can choose when you want to start to receive delivery. So choose end of November onwards to ensure you get the Christmas edition.
Make sure you contact them, once the £1 direct debit has been taken, and inform them that you’d like to cancel after the trial period or it will continue on to charge you for further issues, after the 6 weeks is up.
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cb-uk11/10/2019 14:43

Time to boycott all additional BBC products until they honour their …Time to boycott all additional BBC products until they honour their promise of free TV licenses for the over 75's (and cut the salaries of overpaid presenters / staff)


The BBC never promised anything of the sort. They were told to by the government. Blame the Tories if you must blame someone.
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I am still waiting for the 12 issues for £1.
Time to boycott all additional BBC products until they honour their promise of free TV licenses for the over 75's (and cut the salaries of overpaid presenters / staff)
cb-uk11/10/2019 14:43

Time to boycott all additional BBC products until they honour their …Time to boycott all additional BBC products until they honour their promise of free TV licenses for the over 75's (and cut the salaries of overpaid presenters / staff)


The BBC haven't owned the Radio Times since 2011.
cb-uk11/10/2019 14:43

Time to boycott all additional BBC products until they honour their …Time to boycott all additional BBC products until they honour their promise of free TV licenses for the over 75's (and cut the salaries of overpaid presenters / staff)


The BBC never promised anything of the sort. They were told to by the government. Blame the Tories if you must blame someone.
Sorry but I can't see the £1 link?
cb-uk11/10/2019 14:43

Time to boycott all additional BBC products until they honour their …Time to boycott all additional BBC products until they honour their promise of free TV licenses for the over 75's (and cut the salaries of overpaid presenters / staff)


Why should pensioners with wads of cash get yet another freebie?
cb-uk11/10/2019 14:43

Time to boycott all additional BBC products until they honour their …Time to boycott all additional BBC products until they honour their promise of free TV licenses for the over 75's (and cut the salaries of overpaid presenters / staff)


I've just noticed, you 'liked' your own post to imply someone agreed with you??
bilbob11/10/2019 15:06

The BBC never promised anything of the sort. They were told to by the …The BBC never promised anything of the sort. They were told to by the government. Blame the Tories if you must blame someone.


Not true. In the negotiations the BBC agreed to take on the over 75s licence obligation in exchange for above inflation increase in their licence fee. That was the quid pro quo. Unfortunately the BBC have since manipulated the narrative to blame the wicked tories. Don't believe everything the BBC spouts...
gezci11/10/2019 15:44

Not true. In the negotiations the BBC agreed to take on the over 75s …Not true. In the negotiations the BBC agreed to take on the over 75s licence obligation in exchange for above inflation increase in their licence fee. That was the quid pro quo. Unfortunately the BBC have since manipulated the narrative to blame the wicked tories. Don't believe everything the BBC spouts...


Blame Tony Hill
gezci11/10/2019 15:44

Not true. In the negotiations the BBC agreed to take on the over 75s …Not true. In the negotiations the BBC agreed to take on the over 75s licence obligation in exchange for above inflation increase in their licence fee. That was the quid pro quo. Unfortunately the BBC have since manipulated the narrative to blame the wicked tories. Don't believe everything the BBC spouts...


"They agreed to take it on" is not the same as promising... They don't really get to 'negotiate' the deal do they, not really. They are told what they'll get and it's up to them how they respond.TO be fair though, the deal was crap, and I don't know why Hall didn't make more of it then... THere are more over 75's now than then, and fewer people paying the license. Both predictable.
Funding the license fee for over 75's was always going to cost way too much for the bbc to afford.
gezci11/10/2019 15:44

Not true. In the negotiations the BBC agreed to take on the over 75s …Not true. In the negotiations the BBC agreed to take on the over 75s licence obligation in exchange for above inflation increase in their licence fee. That was the quid pro quo. Unfortunately the BBC have since manipulated the narrative to blame the wicked tories. Don't believe everything the BBC spouts...


I haven't believed anything the biased broadcasting corporation spouts for years. Talk about fake news!
robatt11/10/2019 17:25

I haven't believed anything the biased broadcasting corporation spouts for …I haven't believed anything the biased broadcasting corporation spouts for years. Talk about fake news!


So where do you get your 'news' from? Daily Mail? Facebook? Russia Today? The Donald? Johnson? ..... all you need, of course.
I know there will be people who will have a go at me, but I personally chose to cancel my subscription because of the awful amount of extra sheets of paper advertising all sorts of irrelevant junk added to the plastic bag they send it in. All that rubbish has to go straight in the re-cycling and if you add up how many tons of junk they send out each week it is shocking in these days of worrying global warming. Not preaching, just stating a personal view.
Great first deal OP, don’t know why it’s gone cold... Well I do, it’s because people are miserable. Welcome anyway, we’re not all keyboard warriors promise

(and FWIW, Radio Times is not the BBC,and poor pensioners still get a free TV licence anyway.)
cb-uk11/10/2019 14:43

Time to boycott all additional BBC products until they honour their …Time to boycott all additional BBC products until they honour their promise of free TV licenses for the over 75's (and cut the salaries of overpaid presenters / staff)


"Time to 'completely' boycott the BBC" would suffice! Dad's Army aired in 1969 (50yrs ago).We're knocking on the door of the year 2020. For little money with NO threats or demands. I have a multitude of media at my fingertips: Netflix, Prime, NowTV, BluRay/DVD, YouTube, ITVHub, MyFive, 4OD, PS4/XboxOne, National (commercial) digital radio, Spotify, Podcasts and Playstore.

If you choose to pay the BBC. Then good on ya. But please be aware that there is NO obligation legal or otherwise to take up THEIR offer of a service!!! And that folks, is a HotUKDEAL:-)
Edited by: "ronin13" 11th Oct
Thanks for posting i have subscribed and Thanks thecrystalcave for the £1 link.
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