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Last Updated: Monday, 13 November 2006, 14:18 GMT
BBC Parliament goes full screen

From 13 November, viewers on Freeview (DTT) can watch BBC Parliament in full screen, instead of quarter screen.

In order to pick up the new version, receivers will need a rescan. In many cases, this is automatic.

However, if you see a screen similar to the one below when you tune to BBC Parliament, it means your digital TV or set-top box will need a manual retune. Information is also available on page 9990 on BBCi.

Retune your box if your picture looks like this

In addition to the full-screen view, a full text menu is available via the red button or text button, as with other BBC channels. It looks like this:

Press the red button to access the menu

BBC Parliament remains on Freeview channel 81. You can also watch it online.


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