There's been a lot of complaining from Mac/Linux users that the BBC's iPlayer doesn't support Linux/Mac's, and the BBC have been moaning on about how it's "in developement" and will be available in a few decades.
Didn't stop them hesitating to bring it to the iPhone though: article
Somehow I suspect there are slightly more Linux users out there than iPhone users, maybe Red Hat, Novell, IBM etc. bribing the BBC is the only way we'll ever get our version.
For now, I'll stick with me torrents.
On a side note, apparently it uses RealPlayer, has anybody tried playing content from them? I might give it a go after work.