Marcus L. Rowland (ffutures) wrote,
Marcus L. Rowland
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Online British TV guide

I've been looking for a single web site that'd give me a single page view of all the TV channels I can receive (and might actually want to watch) without having to look at seven or eight different web sites. So I asked on ljgenie and immediately got a couple of recs for http://www.radiotimes.com which has a customizable program guide that lets you choose channels and the order they're shown on the page. Only limitation is that it'll only show three hours at a time, it'd be nice if it was more.

You have to register if you want to customize the page and add more than the 5 basic terrestrial channels, but there doesn't seem to be any reason why you shouldn't give a fake email and name etc., it's only needed to let you log on. Thoroughly recommended.
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