BBC Four

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BBC 4 redirects here. For the Channel Also Published By Sky, See Sky 4
BBC Four
Launched 2 March 2002
Network BBC
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Audience share 0.5% (January 2009, [1])
Country United Kingdom United Kingdom
Replaced BBC Knowledge
Sister channel(s) BBC One,
BBC Two,
BBC Three
Website www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour
Availability
Terrestrial
Freeview 9
Satellite
Freesat 107
Sky Digital 116
Astra 2D 10773H 22000 5/6
Cable
Virgin Media 107
UPC Ireland 117
UPC Netherlands 806
Ziggo (Netherlands) 53
Telenet (Belgium) 566
IPTV
Tiscali TV 20

BBC Four is a television channel developed by BBC. It was available through analogue means such as freeview until all of the televisions in the UK were set to digital. It was released on 2 March 2002. It often shows documentaries and arts programmes that often have a much smaller audience than BBC One or Two. It often shows programmes between 7pm and 4am every day, Timeshared With CBeebies. On 19 October 2009, The Freesat Version Was Released On The Guides On Sky. It Was Taken Down From Guides On Sky From 13 Dec 2013.

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