On Monday 18 October 2010 the BBC rearranged the services is carries free-to-air on the Astra 2D satellite.
If you have Sky, fSfS or Freesat, your box will have already detected the changes.
However, if you use another type of satellite receiver, please retune to continue to use the BBC channels you need.
BBC - Satellite frequencies of BBC channels has full technical details.
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