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Topic # 238262 9-Jul-2018 19:27
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I've noticed that most streaming services emphasise their collection of movies or popular TV shows, which I mostly don't care about. I'd ideally have something like the ability to stream most of the shows on the Food Channel + National Geographic. Is there any way to get something close to this without having to have SKY?


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  Reply # 2052364 10-Jul-2018 05:28
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The BBC iplayer site.

Also for news, comedy, drama, history.




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  Reply # 2052380 10-Jul-2018 08:10
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turb: The BBC iplayer site.

Also for news, comedy, drama, history.

 

 

 

Ditto that. Seriously thinking about ditching NF subscription as we almost exclusively use BBC iPlayer and All4.


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