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Old 12-01-2021, 11:08   #1
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BBC Sounds now on SkyQ

As per subject line. More details here.
https://www.skygroup.sky/en-gb/artic...pp-joins-sky-q
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All l can say is on the Virgin platform its a excellent app which l use quite a lot.
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Re: BBC Sounds now on SkyQ

What the BBC really needs to do is either reintegrate radio into the iPlayer or develop a series of Smart TV BBC Sounds apps for common platforms. We long ago stopped using a HiFi in the living room ... the only part of the Denon stack we bought 20 years ago that we still use is the amp (and speakers) attached to the TV via an optical converter. CDs play through the Blu Ray player, radio comes via Freesat, though I’d much prefer the on-demand access you get from BBC Sounds.
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Re: BBC Sounds now on SkyQ

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What the BBC really needs to do is either reintegrate radio into the iPlayer or develop a series of Smart TV BBC Sounds apps for common platforms. We long ago stopped using a HiFi in the living room ... the only part of the Denon stack we bought 20 years ago that we still use is the amp (and speakers) attached to the TV via an optical converter. CDs play through the Blu Ray player, radio comes via Freesat, though I’d much prefer the on-demand access you get from BBC Sounds.
BBC Sounds is already on Freeview Play, Roku, NowTV, Virgin Media TV360 (aka Horizon), Freesat 4K boxes.

Note: It's not on all of the Roku/NowTV devices (depending in age) and I believe Freeview Play can depend on the manufacturer. There's various lists in the BBC support pages to tell you model numbers for the various platforms, though it isn't the best for navigating around.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/help/qu...ported-devices

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