Bravo, Bravo +1 and Bravo 2 will close on all television platforms including Sky and Virgin Media on the 1st January next year.
Now Sky owns the Living TV Group of channels they have decided to close down the Bravo family of channels as they cater for a similar demographic of that of Sky1.
The majority of Bravo programmes will be moved across to Sky1 and other Sky channels in due course.
A new music channel called WTF (Weekly Top Forty) has launched on Sky channel 385.
The channel plays a mixture of old music videos and current music videos.
ITV3 HD and ITV4 HD have launched on Sky channels 226 and 227 respectively.
A retune will be required on Monday if you want to keep receiving radio stations Smash Hits and Absolute Radio on Freeview.
For help retuning your Freeview box on Monday, please go to www.freeview.co.uk/retune for details.
CNN International has closed down on Freeview.
It’s still available for Freesat, Sky and Virgin Media customers.
Discovery History has launched on Sky channel 522 (+1 is on channel 557) and Virgin Media channel 217.
It replaces Discovery Knowledge (and Discovery Knowledge +1) which has now ceased broadcasting.
This is the third time the channel has been renamed, as it first started out as Discovery Civilisation.
Click here for the official Discovery History website.
BBC One HD will launch tonight at 7pm with The One Show. For more details on BBC One HD click here to see the FAQs page on the official BBC One website.
BBC One HD will be available on Freesat channel 108, Freeview HD channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.
Channel numbers for the existing BBC HD channel will be Freesat channel 109, Freeview HD channel 54, Sky channel 169 and Virgin Media channel 187.
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BBC One HD will launch this Wednesday (3rd November) at 7pm (HD customers only).
Discovery History will launch on the 7th November.
Travel Channel HD will launch on the 15th November (HD customers only).
ITV3 HD & ITV4 HD will launch on the 15th November (HD customers only).