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Barsel | 15:23 Fri 23rd Jul 2021 | Media & TV
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Does anyone know if I can watch this at the moment on any of the streaming channels or Netflix please? I saw that I could watch it on Netflix, but I can't find it on there.

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Just tried the search on Netflix and it throws up 'similar' programmes. So i tried Prime and it is there but it is not part of the free programme package, you have to pay for it.
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Yes, I saw that Ken. Don't really want to pay for Prime as I've just cancelled after accidently signing up for it.
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Ken, what did it throw up that was similar?
Is it on iplayer?
If you’re prepared to wait it will probably be shown again on the Drama channel. I watched it again there earlier in Covid and I’m pretty certain it has been repeated since, so is bound to turn up again. It might be on UKTV, which is the Drama channel catch up.
I agree - as a BBC programme it ought to be on iPlayer unless they've discontinued it.
I’ve got the three books on Audible, Amazon talking books site.
It's gone from IPlayer. It is on Britbox but that's also a subscription service. Worth it though as there's tons of stuff on it.
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margarettom I only have the Drama channel that's on Freeview. I'm watching Happy Valley on that on a Friday night.
But if they repeat it yet again in the not too distant future (which I’m sure they will), you will be able to watch it on Freeview, as I did early in Covid.
Barsel @ 15;35. "What did it throw up that was similar, Ken?"
It throws a few up Barsel; The Other Boleyn Girl, The King, The Crown, Hold The Dark, The Last Kingdom (brilliant), The Outlaw King and a few others.
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Thanks all. I've dropped a line to UKTV to ask if they are likely to show it again anytime soon.
Actually watched 'The King' last night. It is primarily based on Bill Shakespeare's 'Henriad' series of plays (without the Shakespearian language) and is a decent watch, well scripted and well acted.

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