OK so I ditched my TV licence a few months ago and moved to a smart TV and net content. I'm just going to share what programs and media I'm using. Music: Spotify - premium account. too much music! TV: Netflix - It's only worth it if you use a DNS to get the foreign content in my opinion. The American content is great and the UK is getting really good (Breaking Bad was available 6 hours after it aired in the US on the UK netflix). Youtube - I've really got into this on the TV, scouting out videos on my phone to watch later then catching on the sofa when I have some time to enjoy them. My worth sharing subs are: MKBHD - young tech reviewer, mainly phones and tablets. Quick, concise and enjoyable. Big Think - science brain exercise. PowerfulJRE - Joe Rogan's channel of video podcasts. Each episode could contain any combination of the following; Comedy / Science / Conspiracy + more. UFC - because I like men hitting, squeezing, bending each other. (If you like UFC check out Tommy Toe Hold for funny commentary on the latest events. I have the catch up apps on my TV, which only one deserves a mention. Demand 5 - they have some great content available BUT issues i've encountered: content won't load audio / video sync issues "video currently unavailable" mid way through an episode adverts replacing the last few minutes of a broadcast - this one is the worst it's inexcusable and it what has led me to avoiding it altogether Podcasts: Joe Rogan - see above. Bill Burr monday morning podcast - short angry ginger comedian talks about stuff he doesn't really know about. StarTalk Radio with Neil DeGrasse Tyson - space talk and he normally has a witty comedy sidekick. The Infinite Monkey Cage - Brian Cox and Robin Ince talk science / space with guests. contains humour, but not regularly available The Young Turks - Politics. Interested in seeing what you guys may be consuming.