Digital switchover under way in parts of southern England

BBC Two television viewers in parts of Hampshire, Wiltshire, West Sussex, Dorset and the Isle of Wight have had their analogue signal switched off.

The Rowridge transmitter has switched to digital which means people with analogue TVs have lost the channel.

Those with digital equipment will have to re-tune their boxes. A message will appear on the screen explaining how to receive the new digital channels.

Anyone with problems can contact the Digital UK helpline on 08456 50 50 50.

This is the first phase of the Rowridge digital switch over.

All the remaining analogue channels will switch to digital on 21 March.

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