So you settled in your beautiful travel destination, the sun is shining and you enjoy a relaxed day on the beach. You would want to watch BBC TV on holidays abroad. The vacation is great but the geo locations makes you unable to watch your favourite show.
For example, last week i visited a fabulous location. Indonesia is an incredible destination, so much history, a must see. Another of Indonesia’s famed volcanoes, Gunung Rinjani is a top attraction on Lombok. Rinjani itself does not see the eruptions and activity that some of the others have, but its caldera-forming eruption in the late 13th century is believed to have been one of the most powerful in human history. A lake sits in Rinjani’s caldera, and within the lake sits Mt. Baru, another active volcano. In Rinjani National Park, you may spot animals such as the rare black Ebony leaf monkey, long-tailed macaques, the sulfur-crested cockatoo, and other exotic species. Guided treks are available, and you can camp overnight in the park. The park does caution that treks are strenuous, so if you plan to hike the mountain, you should be in good physical health and be prepared with the appropriate equipment.
Here are some shows i like the most, i can’t stay one day without watching, even in vacation! Anne : World Productions, the makers of some of the best British drama around (Line Of Duty, Save Me, Jed Mercurio’s drama Bodyguard) are making this four-part drama for ITV. Written by novelist Kevin Sampson, who was present at Hillsborough Stadium on the tragic day ninety-six football fans died, it tells the real-life story of Anne Williams’ decades-long fight for justice for her teenage son and all the victims of the 1989 disaster. Sampson was instrumental in the Hillsborough Campaign for Justice, and conducted interviews with Williams, whose powerful story he tells here. Anne started filming last year, with Maxine Peake in the lead role.
Chernobyl: How’s this for a cast? Jared Harris, Stellan Skarsgard and Emily Watson lead this Sky/HBO co-production, which tells the true life story of the Chernobyl nuclear plant disaster. Set in Ukraine in April 1986, this miniseries relates the experiences of the men and women who suffered and died in this unimaginable tragedy. It recently concluded its UK run to great acclaim and is currently available to stream on NOW TV.
I wanted to watch BBC while i was visiting this location but, unfortunately, the BBC is currently only available to those who are inside the UK, it runs a check against your IP (internet address) and determines where you are in the world. If it finds out you are not in the UK, you will get the error: “BBC iPlayer only works in the UK. Sorry, it’s due to rights issues”. The solution is to reroute your connection through British proxy servers, this is excatly what Beebs does, bypassing the rights issues. You need to be using Google Chrome, download & install this internet browser. Install Beebs. Beebs will automatically refresh your browser & reroute your connection to the UK. See extra info at How to watch BBC while travelling abroad.