I'm back - but slightly incapacitated...
The good news is that I am returned from my holiday.
The slightly less good news is that I managed to break my ankle and associated ligament. And not by any type of holiday sport or indeed drinking, but just in a hole in a unlit pavement.
Still, it has been great news for my mobile phone company, and Easyjet who insisted that my insurance company book another couple of seats I could not actually use.
So, it might be a few more days before I am able to catch up with the 1000+ messages posted whilst I was away.
Apparently the problem lies here:
Malc Wyles: These programmes are on MuxD (Ch42) and on one of the three Mux channels that is presently very difficult to receive anywhere to the East of Waltham, this reportedly due to power restrictions towards the East, even although that is once again the trade predictor is showing fanciful levels of reception from these Mux's in many areas near to your own location.
There is a number of people just slightly up the road (Stubton / Claypole area's) from your village that use Belmont as their primary transmitter, and I was just wondering if you have actually tried that before your aerial was set for Waltham? just asking though, as come switchover the situation might rectify itself.
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10:48 PM Wakefield
Really sorry to hear of your accident Brian, hope you will be well soon.
Your knowledge of the business is extensive and quite invaluable and we all thank you very much for your free advice and solutions.
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