For 30 days
More programmes to watch, more time to watch them
Watch programmes from the past 30 days
When iPlayer first launched, most programmes were available for seven days after they were on TV.
Now, after much public demand, extensive negotiations with rights holders, and a complete rebuild of iPlayer, we’ve made most programmes available for 30 days.
More programmes to enjoy
With programmes sticking around for longer, there’s now more to choose from on iPlayer than ever before.
So at any time you can now take your pick of over 2000 hours of brilliant BBC TV programmes.
Why are programmes available for 30 days?
To put programmes on iPlayer, we need to pay the people who made them. And we want to give you the best value for money.
Making programmes available for longer than 30 days would cost more, and mean there would be less money for making new programmes.
A few exceptions
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