The BBC’s latest co-production is called The Dublin Murders but is it at all possible to watch it from outside the UK when it is broadcast?

The Dublin Murders, to be screened in late 2019, is a psychological crime thriller based on the books of crime writer Tanya French. It merges her novels In The Woods and The Likeness into The Dublin Murders with eight episodes having been filmed for Series 1. The screenplay has been written by Sarah Phelps.

People based outside the UK will not be able to watch the Dublin Murders due to geo-blocking restrictions outside the UK. This basically means you need to have a UK IP address to access the BBC iPlayer.

There are a number of ways around this with one of the most common being a VPN (virtual private network). This is a piece of software you download onto your PC which re-routes your internet connection to the UK (or any other country of your choosing).

VPNs are solid technology with the main downside being they can hog computer resources and slow down your internet connectivity.

Other people prefer to use a proxy server which acts like a VPN but is less secure. Many people have had the problem of adverts being injected into the TV content while using proxy servers.

Here at Beebs we have developed an easier solution which involves VPN technology but is more nimble and agile in connecting you to UK servers while attempting to watch The Dublin Murders on iPlayer.

Follow these simple steps to The Dublin Murders on BBciplayer

    1. Download Chrome Browser, if you're not already using it.

    2. Install Beebs, this nifty tool redirects all your BBC requests.

    3. The BBC iplayer will reload and begin to work, and you can watch The Dublin Murders from outside the UK