Post by Stuart Douglas on Oct 26, 2020 9:04:00 GMT
I've deleted and/or edited a load of political posting on this thread - regardless of my own personal opinions on the matter, this is not the forum for politics of any stripe. Please try and keep things to old telly and radio, and keep the 'alt-right' and 'woke' comments for Twitter, folks
1 Nov. 2017 the streaming service from BBC Store shut down after two years despite offering:
around 6,000 hours of recent programmes and 4,000 hours of archive content; 3,000 hours were of older titles that were currently available commercially. The last 1,000 hours were to be editorially selected. The Executive hoped each year to release a further 500–1000 hours of archive programmes.
Though, as The Velvet Underground remarked, those were different times.
Last Edit: Oct 26, 2020 20:40:20 GMT by John Green