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Yesterday

UKTV's history channel

Yesterday is a commerical-break funded TV channel.

How to Watch: Yesterday


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uktv.co.uk link icon Yesterdaywww.tvcatchup.com link icon Watch19


Regional content: National channel with no regional content or variations.

Media UK: For full details of broadcaster contacts, see the www.mediauk.com link icon Media UK Yesterday page.

Official site: See the uktv.co.uk link icon Yesterday website.

From Wikipedia: Yesterday is a television channel broadcasting in the United Kingdom as part of the UKTV network of channels. The channel originally launched on 30 October 2002 and relaunched in its current format on 2 March 2009. The channel is available through subscription on the two former services, but is available as standard on the latter two platforms. - en.wikipedia.org en.wikipedia.org link icon read more about Yesterday on wikipedia (summary by Clipped).

Freeview multiplex: Yesterday is on multiplex COM6 in england flagEngland scotland flagScotland northernireland flagNorthern Ireland wales flagWales .


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Monday, 27 January 2014
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Diane Dean
6:45 PM

The 'Yesterday' channel is listed in the Daily Mail as 'Freeview' If this is so why can't I see it either on Sky or on digital TV? I rang Sky and they said it was part of an Entertainment Extra package which would cost £5. Surely this is illegal when it is listed as a Freeview channel. Also Channel 19 has been removed from the digital list.

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jamie stevens
6:52 PM Waterlooville

Diane Dean:

CHANNEL 19 (YESTERDAY) IS ACTIVE AND WORKING FINE IN MY LOCATION.

EITHER IT IS NOT AVAILABLE IN YOUR LOCATION OR YOU HAVE A SYSTEM ISSUE.

LIVE AND FREE ON FREEVIEW :)

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Dave Lindsay
7:00 PM

Diane Dean: It's not "illegal"!!

Yesterday is a private concern run for profit and has no obligation to make itself available for free on any platform.

Like other commercial television channels it generates revenue from advertising. The cost it incurs to be on Freeview is, evidently, greater than the amount it generates from advertising and thus it makes a profit. That is, because there are so many Freeview viewers the advertising revenues add up.

On satellite, it is only available subscription via Sky. So Freesat viewers can't watch it and Sky viewers who don't have an appropriate subscription can't watch it. The reason again comes down to money, something which you appear not to consider. Evidently it is more lucrative to go with Sky's subscription than be free-to-air on satellite.

You also say that "Channel 19 has been removed from the digital list". What "digital list"? It is on logical channel number 19 on Freeview for those who can receive all Freeview channels.

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Friday, 28 March 2014
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john
9:09 PM

Hi, TV wanted a rescan. Its been replaced with a regional program called musted and now yesterday has gone from free view. I'm in the Anglia location.

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Thursday, 28 August 2014
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Rosalee Howard
1:01 PM

I watched a program saying the Russian Amber Room was missing
It is not ! I have photos of the restored Amber Room in Russia

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MikeB
1:56 PM

Rosalee Howard: I hate to point this out, but this isn't the 'Yesterday' website, so emailing UKFree.tv is of no help to you. lots of people do this with various channels, but your basically wasting your time. However (in the interests of historical accuracy), if a programme did state that the Amber Room was missing, they are totally correct. The orginal was last seen at Konigsburg Castle in 1945, where it was probably destroyed following fighting between German and Russian forces. Some Italian mosaics have apparently survived, but since the Russian's spent many years after the war trying to find it and failing, its likely that it it went up in smoke <img src="data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAABAAAAAQBAMAAADt3eJSAAAAMFBMVEUAAAC0srTc2tx8enyUlpQUFhQ8Ojxsamzk5uT8/vykpqQkJiRMSkzMzsyEhoQEAgRSeOMsAAAAAXRSTlMAQObYZgAAAIlJREFUCNc1zSEKwmAchvHn/07ZBiJf9QCGIR5B8Aj22a2LRvEEMw6LwSsYDZ5AELzC2uQz6FAGMwzbw688RgHASjEA5NYBiH/M0iCtroMkmE5ujzZsK9ndnls3RIzm7z1jxNk3h16GeCV9+y4Q0WW98w5BczqWICg30RKs4BPiHRbnANSqu1X2A8srIkoNzlDjAAAAAElFTkSuQmCC" class="xico" style="vertical-align:text-bottom" alt="en.wikipedia.org link icon" link iconAmber Room - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The room was reconstructed, a job which took almost 25 years, but its a reconstruction or facsimile, not a

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