Watch 600 Bottles of Wine Abroad
So you want to access BBC iPlayer and watch 600 bottles of wine abroad? Well you’ve come to the right place. In a moment we will look at how UK expats living overseas can watch BBC iPlayer. Available to watch on BBC iPlayer are some of this decade’s most highly acclaimed television series. Access to BBC iPlayer (which requires no subscription fees), not only privileges you to an array of fantastic BBC made television, but also a whole host of other series from around the world, including the critically acclaimed Australian rom-com 600 Bottles of Wine.
For those of you living outside the UK, you don’t have to miss out on the wealth of TV on iPlayer; and in this article we will explore some of the options that could help you unlock BBC iPlayer from anywhere in the world.
Break-ups can be devastating and dating a terrifying prospect, if you find yourself in this position, it’s important to remind yourself that one day you’ll look back and (probably) chuckle at all the awkward conversations, close encounters and spur of the moment drunken mistakes. In the meantime, forget your own woes by having a laugh with, and at the expense of 600 Bottles of Wine’s protagonist Claire, as she navigates the oft bizarre and very bemusing world of 21st Century relationships and dating.
Expect awkward moments, hilarious graphic conversations and shit loads of wine… and in this instance, you don’t even have to embarrass yourself in the process.
You can enjoy this latest antipodean feminist instalment on BBC iPlayer, because 600 Bottles of Wine is available to stream now. If you live outside the UK however, straight up access to iPlayer isn’t an option. One solution is to download and pay for one of a number of VPNs. If you take this route, you’ll want to do your homework, find a good VPN and cross your fingers that the BBC don’t turn around one day and block anyone using your VPN from iPlayer.
Say hello to Beebs
A safer option for those looking to use iPlayer is Beebs. Beebs is similar to a VPN, with a few exceptions. Beebs is a Google Chrome add-on, so it interfaces with your browser, while its tech team works tirelessly to ensure Beebs is always fast, efficient and does what it says on the tin —providing you with unlimited access to BBC iPlayer from anywhere in the world.
Follow these simple steps to 600 Bottles of Wine on BBC iPlayer
Want to watch British TV from anywhere?
Simply install the Beebs extension
The Beebs service should never be used to bypass copyright regulations. Beebs does not promote, condone or endorse the use of the service for such purposes. For more details, please read the Beebs Terms of Service.