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CBBC iPlayer - MI High - Episode 4 Mind Machine

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  • Message 1. Posted by birdni (U13839100) on Friday, 20th February 2009 permalink

    This relates to the CBBC iPlayer Web site.

    Be warned. My 9 year old son started to watch this programme. The normal quality version plays a programme called 'Flog It' - some antiques show. The high quality version shows the BBC News at Six which opens with a story about the murder of Rhys Jones.

    BBC - Please sort this out a.s.a.p. I do NOT want my son watching this. What is going on with the content checking on the CBBC iPlayer site?

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  • Message 2. Posted by birdni (U13839100) on Friday, 20th February 2009 permalink

    This seems to be happening with other episodes to:

    www.bbc.co.uk/iplaye...

    www.bbc.co.uk/iplaye...

    CBBC iPlayer streaming on Mac OS X.

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  • Message 3. Posted by m4tth3wg (U2800794) on Friday, 20th February 2009 permalink

    This is also happening with Top Gear Series 11 Episode 1 - www.bbc.co.uk/iplaye... (i'm streaming it on a Windows Vista PC).

    I'm going to try downloading it, and see if that will help.

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  • Message 4. Posted by m4tth3wg (U2800794) on Friday, 20th February 2009 permalink

    The Top Gear episode is now back to normal.

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  • Message 5. Posted by Swinslow (U13839216) on Friday, 20th February 2009 permalink

    That's a bit dodgy! It could have been Oz and James boozing their way through the UK. What sort of message would that be to a small inoocent child?

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  • Message 6. Posted by EggOnAStilt (U7111730) on Friday, 20th February 2009 permalink

    But that small innocent child had a responsible adult sat by his/her side to control what they watched in the first place, no harm done. (or did they?)

    Parents cannot absolve themselves of responsibility or blame organisations for what they let into their homes.

    It is YOUR responsibility to be the moderator of your house not the BBC, and to believe errors cannot occur does not imo give you the right to indignantly blame this corporation for the lack of your supervision.

    The days of sticking your kid in front of a TV and walking away have gone, but a real parent knew they were never there in the first place.

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  • Message 7. Posted by BBC auto-messages (U8526101) on Wednesday, 4th March 2009 permalink

    Editorial Note: This conversation has been moved from 'Programme problems - TV' to 'Archived threads'.

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