BBC iPlayer has a new look to make it easier to find TV shows and brand new online content.
There's a new look for UK online catch-up and streaming service BBC iPlayer, home of shows like Doctor Who, Call the Midwife and The Musketeers.
The Beeb wants to yank its yoof-centric comedy channel off Freeview, creating a new +1 channel for BBC One in its place. It'll live on online.
One minute you're watching the presenter, the next she begins to disappear.
The server has since been secured, but it was on the open market for cybercrooks last week, reports Reuters.
Freesat is getting five new BBC HD channels tomorrow in time for Christmas specials of Sherlock, Doctor Who and much more.
BBC iPlayer is set to come the Xbox One -- but not in time for the new console's launch this month. Netflix and 4oD are among the services on board though.
iWonder is a new series of interactive guides for your 'second screen', starting with the BBC's World War One season.
This autumn, iPlayer is getting its first drama premiere in the form of Moving On, which will be shown on telly at a later date.
Has BBC Political Editor's credibility cratered by exposing his iPad ringtone on live TV? Or might it have been enhanced?