Re: [DMCForum] Top Gear
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Re: [DMCForum] Top Gear

For some reason, I can watch the clips on the right side of the main 
content pane, but this is what I get when I try to view "This Week's 

"Unfortunately BBC Two video content is only available to users within 
the UK. We're sorry for any disappointment.

For many programmes , there are broadcast rights restrictions, which do 
not allow us to show BBC Two programmes and content to people outside 
the UK. In addition, broadband content is expensive for the BBC to 
stream, so we have to give priority to people within the UK, who 
ultimately bear the cost of us doing this through their licence fee.
Some BBC programmes are available via our international services (see or through agreements with commercial 
broadcasters overseas.

We are looking into the possibility of offering a subscription service 
for overseas users, although this is not likely to be available in the 
immediate future."

Anyway, the soccer-playing Toyota subcompacts were pretty cool.

***DELOREAN-RELATED CONTENT***: The "Is it possible to get a working car
for £100?" clip on the right features a Volvo 760 GLE, i.e. a certain 
familiar 2.8L PRV...

Jon Heese

Martin Gutkowski - DMC Ltd wrote:
> Hi everyone not in the UK,
> Not really DeLorean related, and for that I apologise, but we're all 
> car-nuts hear aren't we?
> Top Gear is one of the UK's highest rating TV shows and if you're into 
> cars, it's thoroughly entertaining and often downright funny. It's 
> unlike any other car show you're likely to see and us lot over here all 
> watch it religiously on a Sunday night. To the point: The BBC are going 
> all broadband crazy and you can watch the program on the web at 
> - currently the episode available is the 
> first in the series (and includes a high speed crash in the new 
> Koenigsegg CCX). The third was screened yesterday so it's a couple of 
> weeks out of date. The second episode features the Corvette Z06.... 
> well, see for yourself
> Martin
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