The BBC has updated its iPlayer service to now store 30 days' worth of content for viewers in the UK. In the past, the catch-up service was limited to 7 days for the majority of shows, making this quite the upgrade for those who found themselves frequently missing episodes.
While the broadcaster is increasing the duration as to how long programmes are stored for viewing in the UK, there are some shows that are available for up to a year, including Panorama, Question Time, and Prime Minister's Questions. Some shows will still be limited to under 30 days, including the likes of Match of the Day.
Source: The Next Web