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Downloading Lord Sugar tackles football for school use

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  • Message 1. Posted by Woodhouse (U14864333) on Monday, 9th May 2011permalink

    Hi, I'm a teacher of business studies, and i'm trying to download this program that was on BBC2 last night as I feel it would be a valuable resource for the department to use. Does anyone know of anyway I can get hold of it or download it?

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  • Message 2. Posted by canthavethat (U14831006) on Monday, 9th May 2011permalink

    I too am wondering why there are no download options for this programme?

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  • Message 3. Posted by canthavethat (U14831006) on Tuesday, 10th May 2011permalink

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  • Message 4. Posted by Guv-nor (U7476305) on Wednesday, 11th May 2011permalink

    As a guess I suggest that the number of sport related clips will be the reason. Lots of sport is not available on iPlayer the same with sport related programmes like 'A Question of Sport' which never gets on iPlayer.

    The underlying reason being the sports themselves and being only interested in the money not the fans.

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  • Message 5. Posted by Ursula Vasey (U13790935) on Thursday, 12th May 2011permalink

    Even if you did find it was downloadable via IPlayer, the licensing restrictions would mean that you would have a maximum of 30 days to view the programme. This would be reduced to 7 days once you first started to view it. Your best bet would be to wait and see if it is repeated on BBC TV; then download it to DVD directly from the TV version of the broadcast. IPlayer would not be the correct option in this instance.

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