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  • #339149
    paulaorganicpaulaorganic
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    Another good one is http://www.abc.net.au/landline

    It has programmes right back to 1996.

    #339150
    DocDoc
    Member

    Hi Ellice :wave:

    I will get on to it in the next couple of days :tup:

    I will also check out the landline link, Paula, since some of the older shows/parts can be downloaded but some/all the new episodes seem to be viewable online only.

    Tutorially yours

    Doc 😉

    #339151
    redhen2redhen2
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    i’d like to know how you attach a url to text. as in click here

    please

    #339152
    paulaorganicpaulaorganic
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    You’re dead right Doc, I just checked and it seems you can only go back to 2007 to watch the videos.

    That’ll keep me entertained for a little while. :lol::lol:

    #339153
    Lady BeeLady Bee
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    you can only go back to 2007 to watch the videos

    Hope you’re on an unlimited download plan!

    #339154
    paulaorganicpaulaorganic
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    Yeah, we are.

    #339155
    mycomyco
    Member

    ohhh…. thanks for the links lovely. We have a tv at home, but i hate watching it, I’ve already started downloading gardening australia. Cheers!

    #339156
    paradisiparadisi
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    do a google for vodcast and be surprised at whats available.

    if you can convince the BBC that your IP address is in the UK – just about everything on the telly is on line

    ditto for USA and scifi channel

    #339157
    busybeebusybee
    Member

    Oh wow! Thank you for these links!!!

    #339158
    aldrumaldrum
    Member

    Hey Scarecrow etc.

    Vasili is back on Channel 31 and the last 4-5 eps are maintained in flash format here http://www.c31.org.au/new/

    cheers. BTW if you ever want to get these vids to your home ‘puter you need a flash grabber, google orbit downloader if you can’t find one elsewhere.

    #339159
    stangstang
    Member

    Vasili has this site here too: http://www.vasilisgarden.com/

    It doesn’t seem to have too much on it at the moment though? 🙁

    #339160

    paradisi wrote:

    do a google for vodcast and be surprised at whats available.

    if you can convince the BBC that your IP address is in the UK – just about everything on the telly is on line

    ditto for USA and scifi channel

    you see this one is the one that has me annoyed – I have a british computer that has been used to watch BBC i-player in the UK but now the dratty thing seems to have worked out I have moved – how do they do that? I rather miss my dose of the Beeb …

    #339161
    stangstang
    Member

    hillbilly girl wrote:

    paradisi wrote:

    do a google for vodcast and be surprised at whats available.

    if you can convince the BBC that your IP address is in the UK – just about everything on the telly is on line

    ditto for USA and scifi channel

    you see this one is the one that has me annoyed – I have a british computer that has been used to watch BBC i-player in the UK but now the dratty thing seems to have worked out I have moved – how do they do that? I rather miss my dose of the Beeb …

    Unfortunately hillbilly girl it does not matter where your PC was bought, it is just a PC. Your internet connection (specifically your IP address) is how your location is determined by the BBC site.

    Basically the BBC content is paid for UK residents only and they don’t like people getting it for free 🙂

    #339162
    DocDoc
    Member

    You can always search the internet and grab one of the many programs that allow you to change your IP address so you can watch whatever you want 😀

    IP-ingly yours

    Doc 😉

    #339163

    Thanks Stang. Yes, it was to avoid the license fee that I was watching on line in the first place. You don’t have to have a license to watch the i-player on-line as it is available after it goes to air – apparently you only need a licence if you are watching live streaming programmes such as ITV. But at least I now know the IP address is linked to your internet provider and not the computer (which, when you think about it, should have been obvious to me – another of life’s technological mysteries solved … I am relieved!

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