So you settled in your amazing travel location, the sun is shining and you enjoy a warm day on the beach. You would want to watch british 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 destination. Indonesia is a fabulous destination, so much colour, a must see. Indonesia sits on the Ring of Fire, an area with some of the most active volcanoes in the world. Many of the country’s volcanoes, such as Mount Merapi, are famous for their violent eruptions and their stunning, but dangerous beauty. Mount Bromo is among the best known, thanks largely to its incredible views, particularly when seen standing over the caldera at sunrise. Bromo’s peak was blown off in an eruption, and you can still see white smoke spewing from the mountain. The volcano is part of Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, which also includes Mount Semeru, the highest peak in Java. The park is home to the Tengger people, an isolated ethnic group who trace their ancestry back to the ancient Majapahit empire.
Here are some shows i like the most, i can’t stay one day without watching, even in vacation! Baptiste: Having filmed over the summer of 2018 in Belgium and aired on BBC One earlier this year, Baptiste is a spin-off from the first two series of Jack and Harry Williams’ very successful crime drama The Missing. It features The Missing’s French detective Julien Baptiste (Tcheky Karyo), alongside Tom Hollander. It tells the story of a missing persons case with which Baptiste becomes involved while visiting his daughter in Amsterdam, where the chief of police also happens to be Baptiste’s ex.
Black Narcissus: This BBC commission was announced back in 2017 and news about it since then has been thin on the ground. After psychological thriller adaptation Apple Tree Yard, writer Amanda Coe was hired to adapt Black Narcissus from Rumer Godden’s 1939 novel (which was previously adapted for cinema in 1947). The Black Narcissus TV series will centre on Sister Clodagh and the nuns of St Faith’s. These nuns set up a shop in a remote area of Nepal, with Sister Clodagh soon struggling to repress her sexual desires for their land agent. There’s no cast or release date info yet.
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. Read extra info on Watch british TV while on holidays abroad.