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Episode 1 Showtime! Salmon Days goes live today, but only if you're in the UK. If you're in the rest of the world - that is, most of you - you'll have to wait until Wednesday to see the first pay-per-view streaming video comedy epic. We think it's bloody funny.

The first episode of Salmon Days will cost just £0.50. All profits are going to Riders for Health the award winning charity which provides vehicles for health care delivery in Africa.

Viewers in the UK have a number of options for paying for content. They can pay via their BT Cellnet or Vodafone account or via a premium telephone line. A similar arrangement for international users goes live on Wednesday.

Ever had a Salmon Day?
Salmon Days is a comedy inspired by The Bastard Operator from Hell (BOFH), a fictitious character devised by Simon Travaglia, with his own regular column on The Register. ®

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