Can I watch downloads when I'm offline or outside the UK?
If you download a programme from BBC iPlayer, you can watch it anywhere in the world or when you're not connected to the internet. But you can’t download any more programmes until you’re back in the UK.
Downloaded programmes have the same expiry as their online versions, so make sure you watch your downloads before they expire.
The BBC uses Geo-IP technology to identify where you are, based on the location of your internet service provider (ISP). This is to ensure that only people in the UK can enjoy programmes on BBC iPlayer. Find out more about on-demand rights.