BBC One Frequency On NSS 12 57.0°E

BBC One is a British allowed to-air broadcasting company possessed and worked by the BBC, which works a public TV administration. It is the organization’s lead organization, and is known for broadcasting standard programming, including BBC News TV notices, early evening show and amusement, and a few games.

It was dispatched on 2 November 1936 as the BBC Television Service, and was the world’s first ordinary TV administration with a significant degree of picture goal It was renamed BBC TV in 1960, utilizing this name until the dispatch of the second BBC station, BBC2, in 1964, whereupon the primary station became known as BBC1, with the current spelling of BBC One took on in 1997.

The station’s yearly financial plan for 2012–2013 was £1.14 billion It is subsidized by the TV permit expense along with the BBC’s other homegrown TV slots, and shows continuous programming without business publicizing. It is currently[when?] the most stared at the TV slot in the United Kingdom, in front of its conventional adversary for evaluations initiative, ITV.[citation needed]

Regulator of BBC One beginning around 2013, Charlotte Moore, turned into BBC’s Chief Content Officer on 3 September 2020, joining the BBC Board all the while and turning into the senior imaginative lead for the organization’s substance and crowds separated from the news, countries and districts

Channel Name BBC One
Satellite NSS 12 57.0°E
Frequency 3798 R
System DVB-S2/QPSK
Saymbol Rate 19167
Fec 3/5
BBC One logo 2021.svg

Country United Kingdom
Broadcast area United Kingdom and Crown Dependencies
Language(s) English
Picture format 1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Owner BBC
Sister channels BBC Two
BBC Three
BBC Four
BBC News
BBC Parliament
BBC World News
Launched 2 November 1936; 85 years ago[1]
Former names BBC Television Service
(2 November 1936 – 8 October 1960)
(8 October 1960 – 20 April 1964)
(20 April 1964 – 4 October 1997)
Website BBC One
Freeview Channel 1 (SD)
Channel 101 (HD)
Channel 19 (HD)
Virgin Media (UK) Channel 101 (HD; SD in England only)
Channel 108 (HD in England only)
Channels 851, 861–864 (regional variations)
Virgin Media (Ireland) Channel 108 (SD/HD; NI)
Channel 139 (HD; NI)
Channel 200 (SD; London)
Channel 201 (HD; England)
Channel 61 (HD; England)
Channel 952 (SD; London)
Freesat Channel 101 (HD; SD in England only)
Channel 106 (HD in England only)
Channel 110 (SD excluding England)
Channels 950–967, 972, 973, 976, 978 (regional variations)
Sky (UK) Channel 101 (HD; SD in England only)
Channel 115 (HD in England only)
Channel 801 (SD)
Channels 951–968, 976–979 (regional variations)
Sky (Ireland) Channel 141 (HD; NI)
Channel 832 (SD; NI)
Channel 954 (SD; London)
Channel 976 (HD; England)
Astra 2E (28.2°E) 10773 H 22000 5/6
10788 V 22000 5/6
10803 H 22000 5/6
10818 V 22000 5/6
10847 V 23000 3/4 (HD)
Astra 2G (28.2°E) 11023 H 23000 3/4 (HD)
BFBS Channel 1
Channel 11 (Delayed)
Eir TV (Ireland) Channel 201 (SD; NI)
Channel 208 (HD; NI)
Vodafone TV (Ireland) Channel 108 (HD; NI)
Streaming media
BBC iPlayer Watch live (UK only)
TVPlayer Watch live (UK only)
Virgin TV Anywhere Watch live (Ireland only)
UPC TV Watch live – SD HD (Switzerland only)
Ziggo GO (Netherlands)


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