Whether you’re in the mood for period dramas, creepy cops, or soothing nature shows, the new BBC Store has something for everyone.
The British Broadcasting Corporation today unveiled a new digital service that lets audiences buy and keep their favorite programs.
Visit bbcstore.com to register and start downloading seasons of Peaky Blinders,Luther, Orphan Black, and Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell.
“We want BBC Store to do for digital ownership what BBC iPlayer did for catch up,” Marcus Arthur, managing director of BBC Worldwide, said in a statement. “BBC Store makes digital ownership really easy for audiences and means that we can begin opening up the incredible BBC television archive.”
Sift through categories like children’s, comedy, drama, entertainment, factual, and music & arts; hunt for new programs alphabetically; or use the search box to find exactly what you’re looking for.
Choose from recent broadcasts, fan favorites, and lost gems, which cost anywhere from £1.89 and above. Pick up the Burton and Taylor biopic for £2.99, for example, or download all three seasons (30 episodes) of Orphan Black for £34.99.
To celebrate today’s launch, anyone registering with BBC Store will be eligible for a 25 percent discount off their first purchase. All downloads appear in the new My Programmes area of BBC iPlayer, making them available to stream on any compatible TV, tablet, or smartphone.
“BBC Store will make more of the treasure trove of BBC programs available than ever before,” Commercial Director Bal Samra said.
Gift cards £10 or £25, redeemable online, are also available to buy at U.K. branches of ASDA, Sainsbury’s, WH Smith, and Wilko.
The iPlayer, meanwhile, will continue to offer the same range of shows to watch live or download free for up to 30 days.