The BBC's TV channels could be made available on the internet according to a story on its website today.

According to the article, the proposed plan would include a simulcast of BBC One or BBC Two, letting UK viewers see programmes on the web at the same time as they go out on TV, is being planned.

Proposals to make clips available on mobile phones are also being speeded up, director of TV Jana Bennett said following an announcement earlier in the week that a classic episodes of Doctor Who and Red Dwarf are being made available.

A player to let viewers watch shows on the internet for a week after they have been broadcast on TV is in development.

In an interview with the Guardian newspaper, Ms Bennett said she hoped to simulcast a channel within the next year.

"It's a great way of getting public service content, which people have already paid for, out to people in a different way," she said.

The BBC received a "wake-up call" about the demand for new technology in March when the first episode of the new Doctor Who was leaked on to the internet, she said.

Sketch show Titty Bang Bang, sitcom Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps and Johnny Vegas' show Ideal will be made available on the internet first.

Extra content has been filmed for broadband to accompany BBC One's autumn contemporary Shakespeare series.