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  • The BBC lets people buy its programmes online
  • The BBC lets people buy its programmes online
    Keith Williamson (2011) ©

The BBC lets people buy its programmes online

While people might increasingly watch TV online through catch up sites, it can be frustrating when episodes for a show you're watching are no longer available. But the BBC has a solution. It's launched BBC Store, which lets people buy and keep digital copies of old programmes.



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