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Topic # 185878 8-Dec-2015 19:20
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Does anyone know how current the Panorama documentaries are that show on BBC News channel.
The next episode screens on Saturday afternoon.  The 'information' is just an ambiguous blurb about it being an interview based docco.

I'm keen to see the Andrew Jennings report on Fifa/Blatter that aired on BBC TV this morning (NZ time) and naturally it is geoblocked on iPlayer through conventional means.  There are ways around this, of course, but I can't be bothered messing about with this if I can watch it on Sky in a few days time?




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  Reply # 1443110 8-Dec-2015 20:42



If you know when a previous named episode was shown, then you could use this list to estimate when the one you are after will show...

http://www.thetvdb.com/?tab=season&seriesid=80748&seasonid=608257&lid=7



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  Reply # 1449614 13-Dec-2015 13:14
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JWR:

If you know when a previous named episode was shown, then you could use this list to estimate when the one you are after will show...

http://www.thetvdb.com/?tab=season&seriesid=80748&seasonid=608257&lid=7


Thanks for that.  Just had a look at the episode recorded yesterday.  Looks like it's a week or two behind.




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  Reply # 1450320 14-Dec-2015 20:11
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Or use a DNS service and watch any recent (last 30 days usually) Panorama episodes via iPlayer. 

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