This service helps viewers and listeners identify reception problems
Digital Television using a roof top aerial connected to either a set top box or a TV with Freeview built-in
This website has been designed, to help you with any problems you may have receiving BBC Television and Radio services. This information will help you determine if your own equipment or aerial is the cause.
Reception problems are normally the responsibility of either the householder or the broadcaster to overcome, depending on where the problem lies. Common causes of reception problems include:
If you’ve had the problem continuously for some time, and especially if it is not affecting neighbours using their own aerials, it is likely to be a reception problem and this website is here to help.
If the problem occurs intermittently but reception is otherwise good, and it affects your neighbours’ reception at the same time in the same way, it’s more likely to be interference.
If you've been unable to find the solution to your problem on this website, the Reception Advice Service can be contacted:-
*The BBC will only use your personal details for the purposes of investigating your interference issue. We may need to pass this information on to third parties, including Arqiva, who oversee our transmitter maintenance, Digital UK who manage the Freeview platform, and/or Ofcom, who have a responsibility to maintain the radio frequency spectrum. For more information about how we handle your personal information, please visit the BBC's Privacy & Cookies Policy (www.bbc.co.uk/privacy).
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