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Thread: 28.2E BBC regional channels going HD

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    Quote Originally Posted by thecaretaker View Post
    The BBC have set up two fallback BBC One (national) SD channels. Similar to the message viewers currently see on the BBC One HD channel advising viewers to switch the SD channels to view regional news, the BBC is now showing a similar screen when regional news isn't shown on the fallback SD channels.

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    They're calling this generic BBC One with no local programming "BBC One NightLight".
    Zgemma H7S, Fixed 28.2 dish, Freeview (Hannington)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huevos View Post
    This is not true. SID 6945 leads to video PID 5400 which is BBC One HD. This has been like this for the last several years.
    You are correct, my post is wrong. I had gone by the EPG, selecting the channel when BBC one London news is on shows the message about changing to SD channel.

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