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Channel 4 repeats service on Freesat and most Freeview sets

4seven, a new channel from Channel 4 that provides copious repeats of the current weeks programming from the main channel has started broadcasting.

4seven, a new channel from Channel 4 that provides copious repe
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Most viewers should now find that they can watch the new "4seven" TV repeats service.

The channel will have appeared as position "47" for Freeview viewers in areas that have switched over the digital only transmission. (see also Channel 4-seven is now in the Freeview EPG in switched-over areas).

Freeview viewers in the "Tyne Tees" area will get the channel on Wednesday 26th September 2012, and it will come to transmitters in Northern Ireland on Wednesday 24th October 2012.



The channel is on Freesat 127 and fSfS 140, or can be found on Astra 1N transponder 68, 11126MHz Vertical 22 5/6.

The channel is NOT carried on the public service "Freeview Light" transmitters, which DO carry Channel 4+1 along with Channel 4, E4 (except Wales) and More4.



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Comments
Sunday, 8 July 2012
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Seafra
7:23 PM

advertising for this channel on CH4 needs to be ammended as it mentiosn to exclusions.
For Freeview it only mentiosn a re-tune may be necessay.

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Seafra's 1 post GB
Monday, 23 July 2012
MJ Ray
12:54 PM

@Phil - the freesat channel vanished for me over the weekend too. I don't know who's problem it was and I've not checked if it's back yet, but if we both saw it, I guess it was something transmission-side.

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MJ Ray's 44 posts Bronze Bronze GB
Thursday, 26 July 2012
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Arthur McParland
3:46 PM Gateshead

I am on Freesat and have recently connected my router to the Ethernet connection on my Freesat Blue Ray player. There are programmes I have missed and wanted to see,could you tell me how I can get BBCi player and ITV player on my TV. PS I still hav,nt got around to using the ethernet connection yet.Thank You

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Arthur McParland's 1 post GB
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Saturday, 4 August 2012
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Mike O'Sullivan
3:13 PM

I'd be grateful if you could tell me if Freeview HD is available in my area, or point me to where I could find out. I believe it is but would like to confirm it before investing in an HD box.

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Mike O'Sullivan's 7 posts GB
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Mike O'Sullivan
3:19 PM Guildford

Re my last ,message, It would probably be a good idea if I actually said where I am. Chilworth Surrey, GU4 8NH

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Mike O'Sullivan's 7 posts GB
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jb38
3:29 PM

Mike O'Sullivan: If you are receiving Freeview from the Guildford transmitter at just over 3 miles away on a bearing of 283 degrees then its HD service is on mux Ch40, all muxes seen to be predicting good reception at your location.

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jb38's 7,137 posts Platinum Platinum GB
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Mike O'Sullivan
5:03 PM

Yes it's Guildford. Excellent reception on normal Freeview.

Many thanks for the info.

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Mike O'Sullivan's 7 posts GB
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jb38
6:00 PM

Mike O'Sullivan: No problem! and if you have excellent reception on normal Freeview SD channels then there is no reason for not having likewise on HD.

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Wednesday, 8 August 2012
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Mike O'Sullivan
3:31 PM Guildford

Mike O'Sullivan:

Update: Just got my i-can Easy HD 2851t delivered from Amazon. £30 well spent. Yes I can get all available HD channels. One thing puzzles me about the standard definition channels and that's the numbering. The channel numbers are completely different to those on my Freeview TV and the published numbers in the Radio Times. Why is this and where can I find a list of the numbers on the Web?

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