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BBC TWO HD launch causes some channel number shifts

Starting next week, 26th March 2013, BBC TWO (England) HD will replace the BBC HD channel. To make life a little easier, some channel number changes will happen on that date.

Starting next week, 26th March 2013, BBC TWO (England) HD will
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Following on from BBC Two HD Channel to launch 26th March 2013, the BBC said today there will be some channel number changes (see BBC - Blogs - About the BBC - Hello BBC Two HD; Goodbye BBC HD ).

As well as BBC ALBA moving to 143 on Sky, the following allocations will be in use:

Here is a notice from BBC HD about the change:

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Tuesday, 2 April 2013
Daphne Tregear
11:53 AM Manchester

Thanks for the explanation. I always forget about Digital Spy between each retune... All channels now restored.

Does the fact that I haven't yet been contacted by at800 mean that I won't get interference from the 4G masts and don't need to fit a filter? I believe that 4G is now available in the Manchester area.

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