In recent times, I found myself thwarted on quite a few occasions when trying to listen to BBC radio broadcasts via Internet, and even now, I can't access video from the BBC website, as I keep being told that I have no access as I am accessing the site from a non-British source.
Now that annoys me no end - but apparently it is a consequence of some recent changes in British law:
Frankly, I think the British media are going overboard - but the result may well be I won't be able to post media appearances from direct Internet broadcasts from England myself.
PS trying to access one media stream recently, I was asked to enter a valid UK postal code before being allowed access. That wasn't to difficult - I searched the internet and found the UK postal code of the originating station .... after which I was most obligingly allowed access ....
Edit: I fixed the link to the article by hiding the full url. Richard