Comments for en-gb 30 Wed 16 Apr 2014 15:19:48 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at Sue_Aitch Hi Andrew: Re Message 8.Terry Riley, ex-Editor of See Hear, might well remember who the actor was on the clip. Wed 26 Nov 2008 13:58:52 GMT+1 Andrew Bowden At this stage I can't tell you full stop whether it will be there as that won't be determined until January next year. However if there is (and I presume there will be), I'm afraid it's highly unlikely to be on Freesat for 2009.Sorry for the bad news. Fri 21 Nov 2008 16:51:26 GMT+1 MDL92 Thanks for the quick feedback. Just wondering if you'll have Eurovision karaoke ready for next May :D Mon 17 Nov 2008 14:34:58 GMT+1 Andrew Bowden Hi MLeng92 - we're currently in the midst of a review of our next steps for Freesat and I can't say too much because nothing is determined.However we are still working on the platform - at the moment, there's an enhancement for the Sport Multiscreen being built (which is also being built for our Sport Multiscreen on Sky, Virgin and Freeview too) and that will launch in the New Year. Fri 14 Nov 2008 13:30:52 GMT+1 MDL92 Hi Andrew. You're doing a great job so far, but can I ask what other features you plan to launch on Freesat's interactive service? And when? Thanks. Sun 09 Nov 2008 16:26:38 GMT+1 Andrew Bowden Sue - they were signing? I never realised. I remember the person moving their hands but didn't twig at the time. I scoured a few places trying to find a copy of that trailer, hoping to embed a copy, but no joy. I know I have it on an old VHS tape at home somewheredallardice - it's not currently possible to do the radio text on Sky I'm afraid. Hopefully in the future we will be able to, but I can't promise anything. Tue 04 Nov 2008 11:27:20 GMT+1 David Allardice Late comment I know, but any chance of getting this text information to the Sky platform? Mon 03 Nov 2008 11:28:14 GMT+1 Sue_Aitch I remember the ads with a man signing whilst the voice over intoned, "I'll be able to see Radio."BBC Red Button on Freeview Radio EPG Channels 700-709 is particularly helpful, not least because viewers can select What's On Today - the equivalent service to good ol' Ceefax on BBC One page 658 and pages 641.What's needed now is for the BBC to publish Textphone or RNID Typetalk Numbers for people with hearing and/or speech impairments to call, as not everyone has access to the web. Wed 15 Oct 2008 09:13:24 GMT+1 Andrew Bowden The bitrates are something that's outside the control of the red button team. However, kaihendry you might want to keep an eye on the BBC Radio Labs blog if you don't already, as there's a big project going on over there to change the the BBC's radio stations online.There's more on Mon 13 Oct 2008 09:22:55 GMT+1 00_neoFrenchyFrench While we're at it, could we also expect a higher bitrate? Sat 11 Oct 2008 10:46:30 GMT+1 kaihendry I just want the highest quality radio possible, from as cheap a device as possible.I have trouble with my FM radio as a get a poor signal in my house. And Internet radio streaming sounds tinny.Where do I go from here? Fri 10 Oct 2008 12:30:25 GMT+1 Andrew Bowden One option is to connect the set top box into a hi-fi amplifier, and I know some people do this to avoid having the television on, and to take advantage of the hi-fi speakers.It would be interesting to see how much demand there would be for a pure Freesat (or indeed Freeview) radio device. Personally I have a DAB set for radio, but coverage of DAB is not yet universal, and of course the radio station range is different on satellite. What do other people think? Fri 10 Oct 2008 11:02:46 GMT+1 Terman Surely you should be pressing manufacturers to make a dedicated Freesat radio tuner, rather than expecting people to use their TV as a radio? Fri 10 Oct 2008 08:47:55 GMT+1