Channel 4-seven is now in the Freeview EPG in switched-over areas
If you do a rescan for channels on your Freeview set-top box or television, you may now find a new channel at position 47 called "Channel 4-seven".
However, this will be only the case if you use on of the main Freeview transmitters that have already gone though digital switchover. So, those in London will not see the channel appear until the 18th April.
This new channel from the Channel 4 Corporation (a not-for-profit public broadcaster) will be something new - for a repeats channel.
Rather than showing the whole of a channel an hour later (as Channel 4+1 does), this new channel will schedule only the top shows from Channel 4 in their original timeslots for the week following their original broadcast on the main channel.
The channel will also appear on Freesat (probably at 127) and other platforms.
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7:49 PM Sutton Coldfield
Hello again......The bottom line is that EVERYTHING IS WORKING.
Perhaps I should use my age as an excuse (I am 70 years old).....but I tried everything to try and tune channel 47 into the Recorder...then as a last resort I went back again to the EASY SETUP OPTION....AND BINGO....this time it worked.
I felt that I had to let you know...as you have tried to help....Kind Regards Maurice Hayward
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