You will find that the BBC has more to offer than you might think. You tend to think only of BBC channels and some radio shows, but there's more. There is a lot of rich content here, and you can find a lot of learning materials for children. And I didn't realise how much weather and news I was checking, but it only cost £3 to get so much. Many experiment participants found that the BBC's food channel "BBC FOOD" and the children's channel "CBeebies" seemed particularly difficult to replace: Unable to get reliable recipes, frustrating for those who cook for themselves or their family, other sources of information are sometimes imprecise or a little less British.
I'm comfortable with content on the BBC, it's safe for kids! I may not be able to see this on YouTube, Netflix and general sites. Those who photo retouching service initially said the BBC meant little to them, or had no value at all, were tempted to compare the cost of a license to the cost of streaming subscriptions such as Netflix and Disney+. In the case of the United Kingdom, in 2019 alone, the number of Netflix users exceeded the number of users of the BBC audio and video service "iPlayer".
One participant from a "traditional Scottish family" initially told the researchers: I just think there are other options..., the BBC is really expensive, and I don't think people are using traditional TV services much these days. But this family without the BBC: I used to think I was okay with radio or journalism because there were so many other places to get information about it, at best it wasn't that great. But my local commercial radio station, I listened, but it was absolutely rubbish, it wasn't independent enough, it wasn't rich enough...I miss BBC Scotland so much...everything I want here. Another family member who changed his mind said in the