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CBeebies

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CBeebies is a daytime only licence-fee funded TV channel.

How to Watch: CBeebies


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www.bbc.co.uk link icon CBeebieswww.bbc.co.uk link icon Watch-71614601-


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

Media UK: For full details of broadcaster contacts, see the www.mediauk.com link icon Media UK CBeebies page.

Official site: See the www.bbc.co.uk link icon CBeebies website.

From Wikipedia: The brand was first launched on 11 February 2002.1 The channel has won a number of significant awards. The international CBeebies channel is advert-free and wholly owned by BBC Worldwide. The first international launch for the CBeebies channel was in India in May 2007. - en.wikipedia.org en.wikipedia.org link icon read more about CBeebies on wikipedia (summary by Clipped).

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Jasmine
Monday 19 September 2011 11:42PM

Hi,

I checked the C21Media and I could not find the cbeebies I just found a programm that was on cbeebies but not the channel, could you please help


Briantist
Tuesday 20 September 2011 5:24PM

Jasmine: I don't think the international version of the channel is on a system in the "Middle East" at the moment, go to <img src="http://img4.pseph.co.uk/cache/www.ukfree.tv/xico/www.bbc.co.uk.png" class="xico" style="vertical-align:text-bottom" alt="www.bbc.co.uk link icon"> link iconBBC - CBeebies - Home and see what it says.


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Jen5
Friday 28 October 2011 4:21PM Bishop Auckland

Hi. I don't have a tv and am considering buying one so my children can watch CBeebies. We haven't had the digital switchover and won't until the end of next year (we're the last area to get it). Will I need equipment other than a tv that has Freeview in order to get CBeebies? Thanks.


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jb38
Friday 28 October 2011 5:14PM

Jen5: Basically a Freeview TV is all that's required plus a suitable aerial, or the one presently used turned around to face the Weardale transmitter, unless that is you are already using it for your analogue reception, your area being a bit iffy as far as reception is concerned.

As you are having to wait until next September 26th for reception of only the BBC / ITV / HD service as Weardale will only be a PSB station, why don't you consider Freesat? (if allowed a dish) because as well as it being ultra reliable for reception you would have the full compliment of programmes straight away.

Some TV's have Freesat built in, or you could use a normal TV coupled to a Freesat box. (even an old analogue TV so long as it has a scart socket)




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jb38
Friday 28 October 2011 5:18PM

Jen5: just to add, provided your reason for not having a TV is NOT because there is no signal at your location, as this is unlikely to change any.


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Jen5
Thursday 3 November 2011 8:36PM

Hello. Thank you for your help. No, that's not my reason: I just don't really watch tv. I've never had a tv in this house and we don't have any existing aerial. I've heard the reception is bad around here. Some of our neighbours have dishes; some have aerials. I'd like to be able to get Cbeebies and digital radio station BBC 6 Music. I don't really need anything else. Do you think an aerial would do this? If Freesat would be better, would buying a tv with Freesat or a Freesat box be instead of a dish, or along with it? I can put up a dish on my house, but would rather not as I don't like the look of it. It will cost such a lot to buy all of this stuff - tv, dvd, aerial/dish/box, etc that I want to ensure I will be able to get Cbeebies before I start buying. Thanks for your help. This really is very, very helpful for me.


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Jen5
Thursday 3 November 2011 8:53PM

Also, can you tell me what the difference would be between an aerial and freesat? Since I don't already have an aerial, it might be worth a little extra to get freesat instead? Would an aerial mean a couple of channels and freesat 50+ or something? Or does it mean better reception? Thanks.


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jb38
Thursday 3 November 2011 9:35PM

Jen5: Just had a check at your reception possibilities, and I have to say that at this present time they aren't really very promising, with this situation not really showing any signs of improvement until September 2012.

Even then though you "might" only be able to receive PSB transmissions from Weardale, this being the case I would recommend that you go along the Freesat line, as satellite reception is 99.9% of the time perfect, as its only sometimes during a heavy rainstorm that the picture might be seen to glitch slightly.


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jones
Monday 12 December 2011 10:51AM

Hello we were just visiting in the UK and love Cbeesbees - can you get it in North America maybe on satallite?





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