Dec 012012
 

In addition to the frequency setting changes the BBC are making to BBC One HD and BBC HD on the 27th September 2012 (see http://www.satandpcguy.com/forum/showthread.php/113230-BBC-to-change-HD-frequencies-in-September-2012) , the BBC are alaso making some other changes.

The BBC have posted that:

“On 12th of October several of our TV services on satellite will be moving.”

“On 15th of October most of our Radio services on satellite will be moving.”

Some more BBC TV and Radio changes happening on the 12th and 15th October which may affect your reception of some BBC TV services in Spain.


Changes include the reduction in the number of “Red Button” streams, some frequency changes for BBC Three, CBBC, BBC News, BBC Four, CBeebies, BBC

ALBA and BBC One North East and Cumbria and BBC radio stations.

BBC Three / CBBC and BBC News will move to frequency 10818 V 22000 5/6

BBC ALBA and BBC One North East & Cumbria will both move to 10803 H 22000 5/6

BBC Four / CBeebies and BBC Red Button stream 1 will move to 10773 H 22 5/6

 

The BBC Radio channels that used to be on frequency 11954H have now been moved and split between two other frequencies, as detailed below:

10.788 V SR 22.000 FEC 5/6

BBC RADIO 3

BBC RADIO 4 FM

BBC RADIO WS (BBC WORLD SERVICE UK ONLY VERSION)

BBC RADIO WALES

BBC RADIO CYMRU

BBC RADIO SCOTLAND

BBC RADIO ULSTER

BBC 6 MUSIC

BBC RADIO 4 EXTRA

BBC R N GAEL

BBC RADIO 4 LW

 

10.803 H SR 22.000 FEC 5/6

BBC RADIO 1

BBC RADIO 2

BBC RADIO 5 LIVE

BBC RADIO 5 SPORTS EXTRA

BBC RADIO LONDON

BBC RADIO 1XTRA

BBC ASIAN NETWORK

 

Sky box and Freesat box users should not have to change anything as these changes should happen automatically.

Users of any other types of bexes will have to perform a rescan of the new frequencies should they wish to continue to listen to these BBC Radio channels.

 

More information:

For up  to date information please see http://www.satandpcguy.com/forum/showthread.php/114406-BBC-TV-and-Radio-changes-in-October-2012

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