There were some video fragments under History, Documentaries, but just little clips rather than programmes. Interesting that the Beeb commissioned this project. Based on their earlier dismissal of the need for universal access, one must regret that this work isn't available to windows and mac users as well. Also, they have yet to prove they understand their remit with this form of content delivery, and until they do, one would be as well to suspect their intentions. They've got some great ideas, like DIRAC, and the size and trust (brand, if you like) to advance these, especially with the rise of Free software, but it seems political decisions and "gentlemen's" agreements in smoke-filled backrooms count more. Let's hope this is an attempt to do just that, and maybe I'll resent my licence fee tax just a little less.