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BBC Leicester and Lincolnshire now on Freeview

BBC local radioThe following BBC Local Radio stations can now be found on Freeview/YouView. If you use the Waltham transmitter.

  • 720 – BBC Radio Nottingham
  • 721 – BBC Radio Leicester – added : 06/06/2016
  • 722 – BBC Radio Lincolnshire – added : 06/06/2016
  • 734 – BBC Radio Northampton – added : 06/06/2016
  • 735 – BBC Radio Derby – added : 06/06/2016

More information can be found @ www.a516digital.com/p/bbc-local-radio-on-freeview.html

CBBC and BBC Three go HD on Freeview HD

Great news if you have Freeview HD or YouView. The BBC have launched HD version’s of CBBC and BBC Three.

These two extra HD channels are being broadcast from the Waltham transmitter.

CBBC HD can be found on channel number 73. BBC Three HD on channel number 105.

These channel’s will be followed by BBC Four HD, BBC News HD and CBeebies HD next year.

BBC announces two year DAB transmitter roll out plan

The BBC’s Alix Pryde has announced ambitious plans to expand the BBC National DAB multiplex to reach “49 out of 50” people in the UK.

Which also happens to include new local DAB transmitters at Boston, Bourne, Grantham, Scunthorpe and Skegness.

For more information check out www.a516digital.com/2013/10/bbc-announces-two-year-dab-transmitter.html.

Locomotion: Dan Snow’s History of Railways

Locomotion: Dan Snow's History of Railways: Episode 3If you missed the great “Locomotion: Dan Snow’s History of Railways” on TV last night at 9pm on BBC2/BBC HD. You missed seeing Little Bytham on it. But not to worry, it’s on the BBC iPlayer for the next 7 days.

Watch the program on-line at www.bbc.co.uk/i/b01qh3z3/.

It’s also on BBC HD again tonight (Wednesday 30th January 2013) at 11:20pm. If you want to record it. Freeview/YouView (102), Freesat (109).

Peter Cox to appear on BBC Crimewatch Road Show

Ian Miller, acting editor of the Glenside News,  has informed us that Peter Cox will be interviewed live on the BBC’s Crimewatch Roadshow regarding the arson attack last month on his home in Castle Bytham.  The programme will be broadcast on BBC1 on Monday 13 June between 9.00am and 10.00am.  Hopefully the programme will jog a few memories, help the police in their investigations and allow Peter and his wife Sylvia’s life to return to normal.  Even if you can’t watch the programme at the broadcast time why not record it and watch it later – it might be your memory that is jogged.

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