The Web site will be running first, with content based on current TV and radio programmes. The BBC will provide all editorial content free, but extra features may carry a charge later, it said. The service will be based on ICL hardware and software. An ICL-hosted Internet access service will follow, with a 'jargon-free' front-end and firewall to prevent access to adult material from the rest of the Internet. The service will be accessible through major ISPs and will initially be free, though a subscription charge will follow toward the end of next year. A spokesman for ICL said the access service will be fast because users can dial straight into an ICL network dedicated to BBC content, at a local call tariff. He also stressed the service's ease of use: "As far as 'https' go, it'll all be hidden. The idea is to make it as simple as possible to get over the techno-phobia barrier." ICL can be contacted by telephone on 01344-472000.