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Really to replace Dave Ja Vu on Freeview

A new channel is coming to Freeview. Yes, Really.

A new channel is coming to Freeview.  Yes, Really.
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From August 2, Dave Ja Vue, the Dave+1 channel, will be replaced by the UK TV Channel "Really".

Really will show US programmes like Tool Academy and Celebrity Rehab, and UK programmes like Snog, Marry, Avoid and Bizarre ER.

Really will join Yesterday and Dave to make three UKTV Freeview channels.

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Tuesday, 14 June 2011

1:26 PM

It really does not matter, to me!

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Steve's 1,173 posts GB
Mike Dimmick

2:37 PM

If we had to have a replacement from the UKTV stable, I would have preferred Alibi, which has actual programmes on it, instead of this 'reality TV' trash.

Time for the BBC Trust to get Worldwide by the scruff of the neck, and extend the Reithian motto of 'educate, inform and entertain' to UKTV.

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Mike Dimmick's 2,486 posts GB
Peter Henderson

3:09 PM

More pointless TV that I'll never watch.

The one I'd really like to see on both Freeview and Freesat is Eurosport, specifically for the Tennis.But that's probably just wishful thinking.

It's about the only channel on Sky that I'd miss if I were to cancel my subscription.

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Peter Henderson's 25 posts GB
m Akram
7:19 PM

learn German eurosports all ways been FTA on astra 19e plus loads of of other channels

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m Akram's 5 posts GB
m Akram
7:22 PM

its time we had a sports news ch on free sat and free view i wish i had the money this will make loads off it

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m Akram's 5 posts GB
George Buchanan

9:18 PM

I agree 100% with Mike Dimmick. More and more unwatchable trash. And when did ITV3 or 4 last have a new 'old' programme? How many times has the Heartbeat and The Sweeney merry-go-round revolved now? It's the same things ad nauseam and it shows nothing but contempt for viewers.

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George Buchanan's 30 posts GB
Wednesday, 15 June 2011
12:31 AM

Darn, Dave and Ja Vu are the channels I watch the most. If one has to go it should be Dave.

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Griff's 2 posts GB

1:00 AM

"Time for the BBC Trust to get Worldwide by the scruff of the neck"

The BBC Trust has little or no influence over non licenced aspects of the BBC's operation.

Furthermore since the commercial BBC Worldwide exists to generate profit to supposedly subsidise to a small degree the PSB services of the BBC, nobody is going to do anything to jeopardize that income, when the BBC income has already been slashed under the policy of political interference in the BBC's affairs by the national coalition government.

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Corin's 91 posts LU
Mark A.

10:02 AM
Haywards Heath

Any new channel replacing a 'plus 1 hour' repeat channel is good news.
But as this is on a commercial multiplex and not on a public service multiplex it will make no difference to millions of viewers like me.

Dave Ja Vu is Dave repeated by 1 hour !

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Mark A.'s 373 posts GB
Adam B

11:53 AM

Griff, I'm with you on this one. By the way, if the Yesterday channel had a +1 version, when you watched it would you be going backwards or forwards in time?


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