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Talking Pictures TV is the home of Vintage and Classic Programming targeting the over 65 demographic with a range of Films and Entertainment from the 1930's onwards. We are the home of the good old fashioned black and white afternoon film, available throughout the day.

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Talking Pictures TV   81 (90%) 328 306

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Freeview multiplex: Talking Pictures TV is on multiplex COM6 in england flagEngland scotland flagScotland northernireland flagNorthern Ireland wales flagWales .

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Tuesday, 22 October 2019
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Elizabeth Foster
4:30 PM

I was able to get Ch.81 Talking Pictures but now I can no longer get it. Why is this and where can it be and why has it disappeared? I live in New Milton, Hampshire.

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Wednesday, 23 October 2019
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Chris.SE
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12:29 AM

Elizabeth Foster:

I can't find any reports of transmitter faults assuming you are receiving your signals from the Rowridge Transmitter (your aerial should be pointing roughly ESE) but we'd need a full postcode to be certain of that.

When was last time you managed to receive it? Is it back now, there may have been a temporary fault with the channel? Is the channel still listed in your EPG? If it's missing from the EPG try a retune for the COM6/ArqB multiplex UHF channel 28 at Rowridge.

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