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Time-shifting - Can I record a television program to watch at a later date?



You can record a television programme for your private and domestic use, solely for the purpose of enabling you to watch the television program at a more convenient time.

You can also record a television programme for the purpose of making a complaint to the broadcaster or other person responsible for dealing with complaints about programme content.

However, you can not keep the recording for longer than is necessary in each case.




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