BBC iPlayer is where you can watch BBC programmes online.
You can watch all our TV channels online and nearly all of our programmes are available to watch on demand shortly after broadcast for up to 30 days. We also curate shows from the BBC Archives and offer live events and online exclusives.
Just missed the start of a programme? You can use Live Restart to go back to the beginning of a programme that’s being shown on TV right now. Find out more about Live Restart on our How do I use Live Restart? FAQ.
As long as you’re in the UK you can enjoy BBC iPlayer on a computer, phone, tablet, smart TV or games console using the BBC iPlayer app (connected TV, mobile and tablet only) or the BBC iPlayer website.
Find out how to use BBC iPlayer on your device in the following FAQs:
You can also download most programmes. Downloaded programmes can be played when you’re not connected to the internet or when you're overseas, so download before you go. You can find more information about downloading in our How can I watch programmes when I’m offline? FAQ.
Yes, you do. One of the benefits of signing in is a more personalised experience. Find out more in our Personalisation in BBC iPlayer FAQ.
Visit BBC account help if you need support signing up for a BBC account.
Once you've found the programme you want to play, just click on the play icon (highlighted below). You might see a short trailer for another BBC programme before the episode begins.
Try searching using the search bar above or try browsing via the categories listed on the right of this page.
If you still can’t find the help you’re after, you can contact us using the on-screen Contact iPlayer Help button at the bottom of our FAQ pages. Or use Live Webchat to talk to someone from the BBC iPlayer team in real-time. Find out more about using Live Webchat in our Webchat FAQ.
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