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Below is a list of all the television and radio channels that you can watch in the UK using one of the free services: DAB (for radio), Freeview, Sky No Card - Sky without a viewing card (Freesat from Sky (or fSfS)) and Freesat.. Where a channel can be watched for free, the channel number is listed below. In addition, if you can watch (or listen) immediately online, press the button in the "web" column.

As some channels are exclusive to one service alone, you may need to get receive more than one service to get all the channels you want. The coverage for Freeview differs too - those channels not provided by the public service "Freeview Light" transmitters the current coverage shown thus (54%), taken from Connected Nations Report 2017: Data analysis'

Key: wb_sunny daytime; watch_later nighttime; account_box funded from the TV License; flags show Freeview channel limits.
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GREAT! movies   34 (90%) 321 302

Regional content: National channel with no regional content or variations.

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Wednesday, 15 December 2021
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Tim Noakes
6:21 PM

cant find a straightforward sensible way to access regular tv since strong winds put out most of aerial reception

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Thursday, 16 December 2021
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Chris.SE
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12:23 AM

Tim Noakes:

As you haven't given a full postcode or haven't said which transmitter you receive, we can't provide any constructive advice other than to say look at your own aerial and see if it appears intact and is still pointing the correct way (compare to neighbours). Also check your downlead looks undamaged and isn't flapping in the wind.
Most transmitters are operating normally, (Bilsdale being the exception), a few are undergoing Planned Engineering which doesn't usually affect reception for lengthy periods.

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