(*)note: I have seen reports of people in North American trying this on their locally purchased Samsung sets, and having issues with the BBC iPlayer. This has been tested and working from European sets, such as mine purchased in Germany. It is possible non-European firmware may have issues playing the BBC iPlayer. Feedback from around the world would be appreciated. This is a short guide on how to watch the BBC iPlayer & ITVPlayer on your Samsung Smart TV (D & E Series) despite being outside the UK. In order to access Apps from other countries, you can change the country app store for Samsung's Smart Televisions on the D or E series using the method described in the other video. This will allow you to access apps created for different countries. There may still be geo-blocking enforced, but this can in many cases be over come with an easy change to DNS settings with Overplay's SmartDNS service: http://www.overplay.net/r.php?i=4284519611 Note: To change the country app store on the Samsung is free and can be changed back at any time. It will delete all apps each time you change, but you can always reinstall the ones you want again. However, only one country's apps can be installed at any given time, i.e. you can have the BBC iPlayer & ITV from the UK app store, but not the ABC iView app from the Australian store - you will have to choose one store or the other. Overplay is separate service that requires a monthly subscription to unblock geo-blocked content. This will access many services such as BBC's iPlayer and ITV from the UK store, ABC iView from the Australian store, etc, but if a service requires a monthly subscription, this must be paid for separately.