About this service
The BBC is committed to helping you find the all the programmes that your licence fee has helped create - past, present and future.
We'll always tell you what's on the BBC now, and what's coming up. We are also making more and more archive programmes available on BBC online, for instance BBC Four's Collections and 50 years of Desert Island Discs from the Radio 4 Collections.
But often, after a programme has finished airing on BBC television or radio and on iPlayer, it is available to buy. These pages are here to help you find BBC content to buy from online suppliers
This service covers releases which distributors have sent us information about, and our selected suppliers have available. It only includes programmes commissioned by the BBC and does not include children's programmes.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does the BBC make money out of this service?
The BBC receives royalty payments when a BBC programme is bought from sites linked to in this service - for example, when someone buys a DVD - as they would from any other sale of these products. Any profits made in this way help to fund new BBC programmes.
We do not receive any additional payment for listing suppliers, or get paid commission for referrals to suppliers' sites. The BBC does track the affiliate links it sends suppliers in order to report on the success of this service.
How are suppliers chosen?
Any suppliers that meet the BBC's selection criteria can take part. The BBC receives no payment from the suppliers for listings or commission for referrals to their sites.
What do I do if I have a problem with a supplier's product?
You should contact the supplier.
Although we ensure that suppliers meet our initial selection criteria, the BBC is not responsible for transactions on external websites and cannot accept liability for any loss or damage suffered by users of external sites.