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Frequently asked questions

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About the programme

When is the programme on air?

We're on BBC2 at 12.30-1pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. On Wednesdays we're on at 1.30-2pm to make room for Prime Minister's Questions.

Do you broadcast all year round?

Pretty much, though we usually take a break at Christmas, Easter and during Wimbledon fortnight.

Watching on the internet

Can I watch on the internet?

Yes! You can catch up with up to a week of our programmes on the BBC iPlayer. You can also save programmes on your computer to watch any time you like for up to a month. See our Watch Again page for more details.

When is the latest programme available?

It is usually available on iPlayer one to two hours after broadcast.

What if I'm having problems watching on iPlayer?

if you are having technical problems, go to the Help section of the iPlayer website.

if you're still not getting an answer to your particular problem then contact the technical team looking after the iPlayer.

Can I watch overseas?

The BBC2 broadband player is only available to viewers in the UK. You can, though, still watch the latest programme on our old player. Details are at the bottom of our Watch Again page.

Where can I find details of companies and organisations you've mentioned on the programme?

Have a look at our Recent Names & Contacts page.

Contacting Working Lunch

Do you produce a transcript of Working Lunch?

Unfortunately resources do not permit us to transcribe the programme everyday. However, we do try to cover many of our stories on the website. Please use the Working Lunch search engine to see if the story you want is available.

How can I get in touch with you?

We always look forward to hearing from you. Click here for all our contact details.

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