Yeah, a Now TV Sky Sports Mobile Month pass from making a random account on the Adidas app or website...
I can’t see it advertised on pick, am I missing something?
So back to my point - these games listed are not available to watch FREE! West Ham is on Sky Sports and the other route is Now TV day pass. It should not say free to air via pick which is a freeview channel and not showing these games.
Its nothing to do with the BBC but if they are on pick they are free to watch on Freeview. You can u don't need any passes.
Free to Air via Pick = Sky Mobile pass needed nothing to do with BBC. West Ham vs Newcastle Sheffield United vs Wolves Newcastle vs Brighton Aston Villa vs Sheffield United
Posted 13th Apr 2020Posted 13th Apr 2020
Absolutely Fabulous Movie Free on iPlayer (TV Licence required)
Worried about her finances when her book fails to find a publisher, Patsy is given the tip that Kate Moss has left her PR company and will be looking for new representation. Things… Read more
Very good show last night. Holland did a cracking job creating this show that conforms with strict COVID regulations.
Spoons is full of foreigners. (confused)
thanks for the update guys. i was wondering how we did. to be honest, i am not surprised we got nil points as it was an awful song. i am embarassed we even entered with that entry, really really bad (embarrassed)
Oh No, Not again!
Posted 13th FebPosted 13th Feb
Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958) - Biography (Audio Recording) - Free Download @ BBCFREE£0.01
Excellent Journey through Of The Life Of British Composer Ralph Vaughan Williams. Download Free As An MP3. Total Time 1 hour, 21 minutes. Ralph Vaughan Williams 12 October 1872 … Read more
Yes it is, a lovely moving atmospheric piece. (highfive)
This is beautiful. (y)
Thanks for the recommendations I will check them out. I have come across Fantasia on a Theme several times in the past but not recently. So just found this on YouTube. Performed at Gloucester Cathedral as it first did in 1910. I'm a Gloucester boy myself although I don't live there anymore so nice to see the inside again.
That's what got me into RVW. 30CD box set and about 20 other discs later, I have to say I'm totally hooked. From discovering Lark definitely try out Symphonies 5 and 3, Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis and Five Variants of Dives and Lazarus. There is so much more to enjoy of his music when You dig into his works. (y)
Even though not a big fan of classical music, The Lark Ascending is a wonderful piece and a favourite.
Posted 1st FebPosted 1st Feb
Free audiobook The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman @ BBCFREE£0.01
Free to listen to The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman. In a peaceful Kent retirement village, four residents investigate unsolved murders. Richard Osman's bestselling crime… Read more
Yes, but there is a difference between live broadcast and catch-up services. You are right that if you wait an hour and then watch something on catchup on, for example ITV, then you can do so. What you cannot do is watch any live tv from any broadcaster. If you watch the 10PM news live without paying your TV licence then you’re breaking the law. It’s ridiculous really, but that’s the law
You really don't have to pay. You do not need a TV licence if, for example, you only ever watch on demand programmes on any service except for BBC iPlayer.
I personally stopped paying a tv licence about 3 years ago. Their new content is largely now either second rate or soft-core porn dressed up as “shocking” television. If they offered their entire back catalogue for on demand streaming as part of the licence I’d certainly strongly consider it. But as it stands I never watch live TV and anything good ends up on streaming services such as Netflix or Hulu (I use a VPN to switch between UK and US Hulu and Netflix at will).
I’m fairly sure you are wrong there. To watch live television broadcast, no matter the delivery format and even if said broadcast is from another country, you are required to pay for a tv licence. It’s complete BS that that is the case, but there you go.
Posted 24th Dec 2020Posted 24th Dec 2020
Free Winter Stories For Christmas Sharing
15 stories from BBC Sounds from the uplifting to the haunting.
I'm in your camp. I gave up on the License Fee a couple of years ago and never looked back. For info, my current setup is mainly 4OD, ITV Hub, Twitch, Youtube, Netflix, Disney+ and a Plex Server. I actually enjoy my TV now, watch what I want when I want. Only need a TV License for iPlayer, or Live TV as it is broadcast. <- fact I think you are right, but the TV Licensing site makes it sound so complicated, and so many people don't actually understand the rules and confuse people. Then you have the angry mob who go down the route of "No Contract" - Don't let them in, refuse rights of access" It makes it sound so aggressive and hard work. I know they are correct, and a person in the UK does not have to allow access, or give a name, to speak to them etc.. But for me, it's simple. I wouldn't have a problem if they wanted to have a chat with me, etc, but I get why people don't want to engage, they don't have to by law etc. I CAN watch BBC content on Netflix without a license.... I really can!
Because license payers feel they need to get there monies worth by looking at Gary Lineker and his Million+ BBC wage.
Someone expire this thread now
Hope someone took me up on the above score.And efc-4ever, well i rest my case.
So the MAJORITY of households in the UK don't have a TV licence then?