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Want to watch your favourite UK TV classics like Have I Got News
For You and The Bill when travelling abroad? You may have discovered
that it can be tricky to watch UK TV classics abroad. TV broadcasters in
the UK have gone to lengths to prevent Brits abroad from watching
their favourite UK TV channels from overseas.
But not anymore. TVMucho offers you a legal, easy and affordable way
to access 60+ free-to-air UK TV channels like BBC One, ITV and Channel 4
where your favourite UK TV classic shows broadcast.
Have I Got News For You is a British comedy panel show that delivers a high dose of satirical humour as it centres around two teams answering questions on recent newsworthy events. First broadcast in 1990, the show has seen three famous presenters: Angus Deayton, Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.See what’s on Dave right now.
Come Dine with Me is a British comedy-come-game show where contestants host a dinner party. The show features five amateur chefs that live in the same area, all of whom throw a three-course dinner party for each other at their homes. Each contestant rates the host's cooking skills, and the highest-scoring chef receives £1,000. First broadcast in 2005, this popular show has run for over forty series.See what’s on Channel 4 right now.
The Bill is a British Police television series, first broadcast on ITV from 1984-2010. Created by Robert B. Sinclair and Mal Young, the show focuses on the fictional Sun Hill Police Station in London. Famous British actors make frequent guest appearances, including Tom Baker, John Nettles and Neil Morrissey. The Bill is among the longest-running of any British television series.See what’s on Drama right now.
Four in a Bed is a British reality game show dedicated to finding the best bed and breakfast in Britain. Four in a Bed features bed & breakfast owners that take turns to stay at one another’s BnB and pay what they consider a fair amount for the service they receive. First broadcast in 2003, the show has run for over twenty series.See what’s on Channel 4 right now.
Mock The Week is a British topical satirical celebrity panel show hosted by Dara Ó Briain. Six comedians are divided into two teams as they answer questions relating to major and regional news events as well as satirical discussions involving stand-up routines and improvised comedy.See what’s on Dave right now.
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