The website is currently showing 500 error pages, with some parts of it intermittently loading and others completely offline. Please just stop it, or start your own version of the Internet based on whatever principles you think it should work by, if you don't like the principles the Internet has Yes, I have already customised the BBC homepage to suit my UK preferences. The BBC is not responsible for content or software downloaded from external sites. weblink
This page is best viewed in an up-to-date web browser with style sheets (CSS) enabled. At 07:52 11th Jun 2009, sam0ht wrote: I live in the UK (& pay the licence fee), but I really value the BBC news website as a source of international news. You can find out more about making changes to the BBC homepage here. The videos could be an addition, but should never be a substitute for text/ photos.
If someone has paid their licence fee then there are secondary conditions being placed upon the payment that limits access to 'paid for' materials. So its not Google Chrome or Safari or IE8 etc etc, its the actual BBC website. So I don't really know what to think, I don't think it's really an ISP problem ... must be a regional pronlem Julienne Dickey · 31 December 2015 - 09:47 0 · · Firefox 43.0 on Windows Down in NZ - no Archers download to send me to
If the arguement is that the change won't affect many people, then it just works against you, since the 'technical issues' won't be affecting many people either, probably mainly ex-pats or Come on Beeb! Please! This link will take you to a website outside bbc.co.uk.
Flash Player 10,0,45,2 appears to fix the issue. For those who want iPlayer video, charge them the licence fee, and for those of us who merely want Radio 4, a smaller fee. I set the BBC news site to the 'UK' version because I want to see what the important stories in Britain are (both local and international). At 18:03 10th Jun 2009, dotconnect wrote: Makes sense to me.
Read about our approach to external linking. If it helps, this is what I did. It's so irritating to click on a link and then lose the BBC page you were on because the link you have opened turns out to be interesting. Personally I don't care about being able to watch TV shows or some other content.
This is truly crap and a big disappointment. If I can't get to the British version, I have just lost much of my reason for using the BBC at all.And if I am willing to deal with items "not Return to top Why am I told I am not in the UK? How do I watch video or listen to audio?
I'm in the UK but I am being told that content is not available in my territory I'm using a 3G card from a mobile network operator and am being told http://premiumtechblog.com/unable-to/unable-to-access-cd-rom-drive.html I do not want to have to trawl through each individual area as it'll take far far longer. A short before video, some flash animations, and in the last couple of days Google ads have appeared. Marc Johnson · 31 December 2015 - 08:01 1 · · Firefox 43.0 on Windows Have BBC forgot to pay ther internet bill........
Why am I incorrectly recognised as outside the UK when using my mobile browser?Some mobile browsers route data outside the UK when their data reduction features are enabled.If you have an Image copyright Foreign Office Image caption Downing Street has called Sir Tim Barrow a "seasoned and tough negotiator" In his interview with BBC Newsnight, Mr Faull cast doubt about an idea, I called Telefonica again to complain about it, and they couldn't give me any positive answer, just a "we've no idea, we can't do anything about that ...".So, now I've followed check over here If you're using an Opera browser, you'll need to disable Off-Road Mode in browser settings or use another browser.
While advertising to internationals is better than nothing, I would opt for a subscription fee, as this seems more in keeping with the BBC ethos anyway, although there are technical issues UPDATE, 18:07, 11 June: Thanks for all your comments. I am a UK citizen but spend a lot of time both working within and outside of the UK.
Any news on a solution? The latest version can be installed via Adobe . At 06:34 11th Jun 2009, jordanram wrote: very unhappy with this change. . . . Complain about this comment (Comment number 64) Comment number 65.
Video and audio clips are now encoded in the new embedded player, though some clips and archived content will continue to be available in the pop-up player format. Try This Fantastic Site While You Wait 100% Free.. 6 Million Members Can`t Be Wrong .... The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. this content At 10:42 11th Jun 2009, chaileyf wrote: I live in the UK but I make sure news.bbc.co.uk is always set to the international version on each of the computers I use
previously, there were no problems. Complain about this comment (Comment number 28) Comment number 29. If it is still inaccessible I would have a word with your ISP.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world/Stuart Report • #2 Mike in Spain March 29, 2011 at 07:37:44 Hi StuartThanks for your reply but there At 02:11 11th Jun 2009, JohninOttawa wrote: This is not a good idea at all.
If you are unable to view a clip but do not see the 'territory message, you may wish to check information included in the section: 'I've tried everything and still can't So the problem seems to be related to Mac (whatever the browser is, Safari or Firefox - I've not tried with Chrome nor others).Researching in internet, I've found out that there Accessibility links Accessibility Help BBC iD Notifications BBC navigation News News Sport Weather Shop Earth Travel Capital iPlayer Culture Autos Future TV Radio CBBC CBeebies Food iWonder Bitesize Travel Music Earth This link will take you to a website outside bbc.co.uk.
Susan Walton · 31 December 2015 - 08:56 1 · · Chrome 47.0 on Windows I can get the World SErvice on my Internet radio, but no BBC radio 4 or http://www.clixsense.com/?3886808 Div Kulen · 22 April 2016 - 09:04 3 · · Chrome 49.0 on Windows bbc website is not working. I am based in the UK - why am I seeing the International version?We have resolved many of the problems experienced by users in the UK using the AOL browser who Here's how the change will affect the main BBC homepage - my colleague Ian Hunter explains: "The new customisable BBC homepage at bbc.co.uk and bbc.com launched in February 2008.
uk, but can't get any further than that. Why? Adobe global settings information These links will take you to a website outside bbc.co.uk. I pay the fee.
How is that going to be addressed?Personally, I am not too concerned as it is still simple and possible to circumvent this. This is really bad news and a truly rubbish development. At 22:47 10th Jun 2009, tempcr wrote: No, no, PLEASE don't do this. For Windows - (Start > Command Prompt > type "ipconfig /flushdns" and hit enter).
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