What are cookies and what do they do?
A cookie is a very small text document, which often includes an anonymous unique identifier. When you visit a website, a computer asks your computer for permission to store this file in a part of your hard drive specifically designated for cookies.
Information gathered through cookies may include the date and time of visits, the pages viewed and the time spent at our Website.
For further details on cookies, please visit All About Cookies where you can find comprehensive information on cookies and similar technologies.
What Happens if I Block Cookies?
In order to use certain services offered through our Website, your web browser must accept cookies. If you choose to withhold consent, or subsequently block cookies, some aspects of the Website may not work properly and you may not be able to access all or part of our Website.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
Our Website uses "analytics" cookies which, in conjunction with our web server's log files, allow us to calculate the aggregate number of people visiting our Website and which parts of our Website are most popular. This helps us gather feedback so that we can improve our Website and better serve our users. We do not generally store any personal information that you provide to us in such cookies.
Local Shared Objects (Flash Cookies)
Our Website may use Adobe Flash Player to deliver video content services, such as Vimeo, BBC iPlayer, ITV Player and our own flash player throughout our Website. To improve user experience, Local Shared Objects – or Flash Cookies as they are commonly known – are employed to provide features such as auto-resume and for saving your preferences. Flash Cookies are stored on your device in much the same way as cookies are, however it is not possible to manage them at browser level in the same way.
The Cookies Used On Our Website May Change
Please note that the cookies used on our Website may change from time to time. You should check back regularly to see if we have made any changes to this Policy and the cookies referred to in it.
First party cookies
Cookies for performance
We use Google Analytics, which creates a number of first-party cookies:
Third party cookies
RadiumOne have been appointed by us to manage the targeted advertising service used on our Website.
RadiumOne may receive information when you click on or use its sharing tools on websites that use the RadiumOne Po.st sharing service. When you access a webpage that contains RadiumOne's sharing tools or which utilizes their links shortening or video embedding services, RadiumOne may add a cookie to your browser to record information of the websites that you have visited, the search terms that you have entered, or connections between anonymous cookies, but strictly in an anonymous profile.
For RadiumOne's video embedding service, it may also track information related to the videos that you share, including social statistics and information relating to the parties accessing the video, but only as an anonymous profile. RadiumOne may also collect the IP address and Post Code of any devices that access URLs shortened by our services, information about how the shortened URLs have been shared, and the date and time of the website access using the shortened URL. RadiumOne may use this information to customize and send more relevant advertisements to you, based upon the collected information. Please note that RadiumOne does not scan the title or the content of any messages you send through its services.
For further information please see: http://www.radiumone.com/about/privacy.html#CsuIevbFtgI66wUh.99
To block the use of RadiumOne’s cookies please see: http://www.radiumone.com/about/privacy.html#opting_out
Adobe Flash Cookies
The Adobe website provides comprehensive information on how to delete or disable Flash cookies either for a specific domain or for all websites.
For further information please see: http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/security
If you signup for our newsletter, there may cookies set by MailChimp (the newsletter service we use) containing anonymous, non personally-identifiable information to identify if you signed correctly and how you use MailChimp. We do not control these cookies.
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Most of our cookies expire within 30 days, although our analytics cookies may persist for 2 years.