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wow once the switch over is done.. you'll no longer get any BBC channels, unless you have a HD box and get BBC HD..

No BBC no license fee to be paid.. Unless your list is right.. seems after 21st March you lose half the channels you was getting.. at 7th march.

Can you confirm this is correct, or is the 21st in addition to the 7th ;)

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I meant analogue bbc2.

So we currently have 6 muxes, after DSO we will have 5 + 1hd one.. can you explain how they will get all these channels from 6 muxes to 5 muxes..

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All analogue and digital down from whitehawk hill (or at least are in our place)

Didn't think this was due to start until 6am

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Rowridge (starts midnight, ends by 6am) - BBC TWO analogue closes on C24, Mux 1 closes on C34, BBCA starts on C24.

Salisbury (starts midnight, ends by 6am) - BBC TWO analogue closes on C63, ITV 1 analogue moves to C60 from C53, Mux 1 closes on C55, BBCA starts on C57.

Whitehawk Hill (starts midnight, ends by 6am) - BBC TWO analogue C60 closes. ITV 1 analogue swaps to C63 from C60. Multiplex BBCA starts on C60. Multiplex 1 C66 closes. Mux A moves from C55 to C66.

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Ch5 isn't on same transmitter group :)

I thought they would have done it bit by bit.!

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@jenno: LOL yeah.. maybe I may watch what I recorded earlier!!

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They could have warned people, many are probably panicking LOL.

and this site says "The BBC and Digital UK report there are no faults or engineering work on the Whitehawk Hill transmitter." << which is kind of wrong!

information was from this site, I can't take credit for that !

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