Viewers in parts of Scotland will need to retune their Freeview or YouView boxes during Wednesday 3rd October following overnight frequency changes.
As a result of engineering works at transmitter sites in Scotland, some areas will lose access to Freeview channels overnight and early on Wednesday.
Viewers who can receive the full set of Freeview channels should be able to retune after 6am in the morning, but those receiving a limited number via a relay should wait until the afternoon. Users of EE TV boxes and Now TV Smart Boxes are also impacted by the changes.
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A Freeview relay transmitter which primarily provides a correct regional service for parts of the East Midlands city is on the move.
The Derby relay offers some households in the area the option to switch to East Midlands local news on BBC One and ITV, instead of the West Midlands-based service that is widely available.
Viewers in parts of the Anglia region need to retune Freeview today following overnight frequency changes.
In the western half of the region, across parts of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Northamptonshire, services including Sky News and Dave have changed frequencies overnight. There have also been changes affecting some HD channels.
Freeview changes to commence on Tuesday 5th June from 07:30 am.