Thursday 14th

  jack 08:23 14 May 09

GMTV digital seems to be off air from South East
Source this morning- Broadcasting OK on Analogue.
Any one else noticed or is it just me/my set/ crow sitting on arial

  BT 08:32 14 May 09

Been losing ITV recently on Freeview at various times of the day for short periods of time here in Norfolk.

  anchor 08:57 14 May 09

Just checked and all OK here in London.

  Stuartli 11:00 14 May 09

On Tuesday, one or two new stations were added or the channel numbers altered in the Winter Hill area.

A retune might prove beneficial if it's not done automatically.

  jack 12:11 14 May 09

Just flicked to ITV as I had my elevenses[bit late]
All back with us now.
I noticed last evening as was fiddling with the PVR setup- a'New Channel' notice came up
I gave the list a run through- but did not notice anything New[or perhaps nothing that I would have tuned to]
Ditto later to TV.
Quest starts to morrow - see what they have offer.

UKTV History - now- Yesterday- is still the same old stuff with a smattering of old BBC -History-ish titles- and we get whole days worth of similar-.
Ah me -have to renew library books next week - not much changes there either.

  Stuartli 12:20 14 May 09

It was due to start today...

The new channels are in the early 30s channel numbers - late night naughties it appears.

  Stuartli 12:28 14 May 09

In fact my Teletext Extra service was showing today's programme listings for Quest yesterday at least, as I hd checked to see what type of programmes were to be transmitted.

It's still showing those programme listings, including Mission Impossible from mid-day, but the main screen says Coming Soon.

  Stuartli 12:31 14 May 09
  jack 20:38 14 May 09

I'll shut down here now and get ready for the quizzical looks of Mentalist on 5
That's something different for now.
But as usual- gabbled lines and strange voices- will have to wear the wireless cans I guess

  Stuartli 21:11 14 May 09

I'm watching the Hillsborough anniversary special football match on ITV4.

  jack 10:48 15 May 09

But at the same time makes it more complex.

It appeared that there was a massive water main rupture in Tooley street[Which runs down the north side of London Bridge station.
The TVAM studio is in Stamford st. near by
I can guess then that the Analogue link to transmitter is a Microwave link, and digital is fibre[therefore underground]
If this is so and the state of London Water supply and disposal system- be prepared for a few blank screens from time to time come 2012

Hmm maybe Freesat could be a proposition- perhaps.
My friend has SKY and he tells me that heavy cloud cover and affect reception from time to time..

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