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Wednesday, 4 May 2011

7:18 AM

Paul: You should have no problems with a rooftop aerial, so I would see Single frequency interference | - independent free digital TV advice .

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Briantist's 38,902 posts GB flag

7:26 AM

dorix: Freeview 32 is "Big Deal", a shopping channel. A "Bollywood" PPV service is to launch soon, but is not yet in the EPG.

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Briantist's 38,902 posts GB flag

7:27 AM

John: No issues have been listed.

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Briantist's 38,902 posts GB flag
7:42 PM

hi is there any law to say what size tv ariel that you can have on your house or can u have any size you want thank you

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karen's 1 post GB flag

7:55 PM

karen: Unless there are local restrictions under a "covenant" you can do as you please.

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Briantist's 38,902 posts GB flag
Thursday, 5 May 2011
2:41 PM

I currenly have my aerial aimed at London, it is about 30 yrs old, and receive a very good picture on Freeview for BBC channels only. My post code is SS5 4BZ. I can get analogue signals for all channels, including channel 5, but picture quality is not as good as it used to be.

My question is, when London analogue is turned off will I get ITV,Channel 4 and Channel 5 via the same aerial, or will I have to invest in a new aerial aimed towards Sudbury to carry on getting the programmes plus others from Freeview.

I already have Freesat, but would also like to have the choice to watch some programmes on Freeview which are not transmitted on freesat.

My sister lives next door, and has an aerial aimed at Sudbury and is able to receive all the Freeview programmes.

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Mike Dimmick

6:32 PM

Derek: The current prediction is non-existent, so you're lucky to get the BBC channels at all. The prediction after switchover is variable to poor, but it should work some of the time.

It should be easy to get a reliable service from Sudbury.

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