The BBC has today announced that it plans to extend its catch up service from 7 days to 30 days this summer, which it stated is a response to requests that it has received for more time to catch up with the various shows available.

“People keep telling us they want programmes to be available on BBC iPlayer for longer – so extending availability from seven to 30 days will make iPlayer even better.New iPlayer already has downloads, better recommendations, HD, live restart, favourites and collections, and extending the catch-up window to 30 days gives people even longer to enjoy their favourite BBC programmes.We will now set about making this happen with the aim to roll this out from the summer.”

So after summer you will be able to catch up to various episodes after a whole month since it was first broadcasted.

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