BBC/ITN cleanfeed tx

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ranger
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BBC/ITN cleanfeed tx

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Anyone know if the BBC/ITN still broadcast clean feed transmissions in the uhf band,
looking for the frequencies in use if they haven't all gone digital now?

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The BBC can be heard on 442.275. It's generally quite dull.
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ITN on 442.43125MHz and 140.99375MHz. BBC Radio on 467.26875. All have continuous repeating messages but rarely actually used as far as I can hear.
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Am looking for sound gallery for BBC News Spotlight SW. Anyone have anything from them in the past? Thanks all 😉
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All still analogue but of course short range. Only useful when the OB is within a few miles. The BBC larger vehicles further afield use local UHF comms, but the studio links are in the sat multi. The 140-142 band seems still functional and local radio still find it handy IF they have one of the old radio vans. Most got sold off. Odd a 30 year old system is still actually wired
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sorry for the slow take up and thank you for your replies.

i have now programmed a fair few outside broadcast frequencies which tend to come alive now and again around essex & london.
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