Latest TV to launch on August 28

Posted On 28 Jul 2014 at 3:54 pm
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The brightest and best of Brighton & Hove and Adur & Worthing are coming to your television screens next month with the launch of Latest TV on Freeview Channel 8 and Virgin Media 159.

From August 28, our city by the sea will have its very own local television channel bringing the best of news, views, sport, music, entertainment, property and much more into your homes. Expect seagulls aplenty!

Broadcasting on Freeview Channel 8 and Virgin 159, as well as on demand online, Latest TV will be accessible to 400,000 people across the Greater Brighton area and online on any device to everyone in the UK through
TV Everywhere.

You make it we show it

And what’s more, with a “You Make It, We Show It” policy, you, the viewers will also be stars of the
TV screen.

Bill Smith, founder of Latest TV, said: “Latest TV will have the right ingredients to make Brighton Rock!

“We have been fighting for Brighton to have its own television station for years. It’s so exciting to see this dream become a reality.

“I believe that TV should be democratic. So as well as the Latest team producing top-class television we will be proud to show films and videos made by you, from Brighton & Hove and Adur & Worthing.

“If these are good, we will soon sign you up! Now you can get a TV career started without commuting and together we can build a TV and film industry here!

Turning Hollingbury into Hollywood!

We have already signed up some great local films and documentaries so please get in touch.”

Broadcasting from studios just yards away from the city’s iconic Brighton Pier, Latest TV will be on air up to 24 hours a day, seven days a week with news and sport at the heart of our channel.

TOP SHOWS ON LATEST TV


Latest News
Latest News plus weather and travel has a strong team of twelve VJs led by award winning ex-Argus
journalist Tim Ridgway with Latest Sport led by Jay Legate. All things Adur & Worthing will be led by the inimitable Mike Mendoza. The city will at last have news in prime time – three half hour bulletins a day – with stories all about this city and neighbouring towns. Familiar towns, streets and suburbs such as Shoreham, West Street and Kemptown will feature regularly on your screens!

Brighton Lights
Brighton Lights, a nightly entertainment show is presented by the double act of Juice 107.2′s star presenter Guy Lloyd and Lynn Ruth Miller, the 80-year-old Britain’s Got Talent and Granny’s Gone Wild west end star comedienne. Expect to see all the talent from Brighton & beyond on this show.

International Chef Exchange
International Chef Exchange in which top local chefs swap for a week with chefs from all over the world. Andrew Kay presents from glamorous locations almost as nice as Brighton. He also presents Cook It! the weekly “how to” cookery programme.

The Vote
The Vote, with Frank Le Duc, covers local and national politics and the upcoming key elections for our future. Expect heated debates as Brighton decides on Latest TV!

Latest Homes Live
Latest Homes Live, a pioneering daily property programme with Andrew Bullock from Cowboy Builders and Simone Thorogood – your new flat mate! At last estate agents will feature on TV too and we aim to show all the homes for sale or to let in our area. Construction in the city is featured too as we look at iconic buildings including the new i360. Local history and architecture is covered by Andy Garth and Robert Nemeth, whilst finance tips are brought to you by IEP’s Ian Poysden.

Latest Sport
Latest Sport will feature all things Albion, including Matchday from The Amex on Saturdays. Every Monday night we bring you Albion Night with full coverage of youth and women’s games and great Albion games from the past. The Albion star players will also becomeTV stars. Gordon Greer will be as familiar as Gary Lineker. Jay, Joseph & Tim will cover every sport in Sussex as well as play most of them!

Mister Crime
Peter James the best selling crime writer will be a regular on the channel as “Mister Crime.”

Q Tube/Bored Gamers/80 on 8/Post Feature
Latest TV has pride in presenting the first weekly out magazine programme on British TV – Q Tube with Torsten Hojer and Jonesy from Shakedown. We also have Bored Gamers for games fans, and for music fans an array of music interviews and videos with 80 on 8, Bowlegs and Noise Reel. The channel hosts a dedicated Film Night for movies and shorts and at last a way for all film makers to get on TV. And Post Feature covers reviews and previews of main-stream movies.

Latest Comedy
Comedy comes via Lynn Ruth Miller, The Treason Show, and Latest Bill’s sitcom, Ungagged Cafe. The unclassifiable What The Waffle stars Richard Shayler and Jessica Kellgren Hayes.

What’s missing? Perhaps a local soap opera. So get writing Brighton and Worthing writers. Channel 8 needs you!

Latest TV is one of the first of 25 cities in the country to be awarded a 12-year local TV licence and national and local sponsors and advertisers are signing up to
our station.

Initial ratings show local TV in other regions reaching up to one in three adults across the broadcast area**.

Lesley Lawrence, sales director at Latest TV, said: “Local TV has the potential to reach audiences like no other form of media. For years television has been out of reach for many companies – but that is now changing. Whether your business is big or small, local TV has a package to suit you.”

“Latest TV gives you the opportunity to play on a level playing field with multinationals”

Sponsors and supporters who are already committed to partnering with the Latest TV channel include: i360; Brighton & Hove Albion; The Engineerium; Brighton Marina; Brighton & Hove Buses; Martlets Hospice; David Maslen; Hamptons; Michael Jones; Mayo Wynne Baxter; Brighton Aldridge Community Academy; and Portslade Aldridge Community Academy.

For those wanting to find out more about Latest TV, an Open Day is being held on Tuesday 19 August all day from 10am. All are welcome to look around our new world class TV studios in Manchester Street, Brighton while asking any questions.

David Cuff, Latest TV’s channel director, said: “We want local businesses and organisations to benefit. TV is proven to be the world’s most powerful advertising medium.

“In this digital age we are all now watching more TV and seeing more TV ads than ten years ago.

“Latest TV is making TV accessible and affordable to local business. Video now tops search categories online, so producing a TV ad or promotional video now makes sense for businesses of all sizes.

“Latest TV gives you the opportunity to play on a level playing field with multinationals.

“Businesses that use TV will prosper and the presence of a commercial, local TV channel in our region is going to boost the local economy.”

  1. HJarrs Reply

    What a shame we can’t have decent local public broadcast channels. This works very well in German speaking counties and has been an important factor in retaining regional difference, whereas in the UK both BBC and pile it high private TV have spearheaded a homogenisation of culture.

    As the article alludes to, we are just considered advertising fodder.

  2. HJarrs Reply

    What a shame we can’t have decent local public broadcast channels. This works very well in German speaking counties and has been an important factor in retaining regional difference, whereas in the UK both BBC and pile it high private TV have spearheaded a homogenisation of culture.

    As the article alludes to, we are just considered advertising fodder.

  3. Gerald Wiley Reply

    @HJarrs – Are you suggesting a Brighton & Hove City PSB channel filled with programs aimed at minorities?

    Sounds a great idea, but how would it be funded?

    Perhaps we could have another increase in council tax – and then the hours could be filled with video streams of council meetings and various naïve green party councillors promoting their latest activist ideas?

  4. Gerald Wiley Reply

    @HJarrs – Are you suggesting a Brighton & Hove City PSB channel filled with programs aimed at minorities?

    Sounds a great idea, but how would it be funded?

    Perhaps we could have another increase in council tax – and then the hours could be filled with video streams of council meetings and various naïve green party councillors promoting their latest activist ideas?

  5. Peter winston roberts Reply

    Wellcome freeviewbrighton an opportunity to service the community to be received at a push of the button.
    The evening argus of which serves and has served the community with impunity may well become a publishing dinosaur.
    How refreshing to look forward to Brighton Council in its many departments and policy making decisions to a forum of which the community of Brighton would a appreciate an open discussion on decision making.

    Comments appreciated on support of an inhouse studio.

  6. Peter winston roberts Reply

    Wellcome freeviewbrighton an opportunity to service the community to be received at a push of the button.
    The evening argus of which serves and has served the community with impunity may well become a publishing dinosaur.
    How refreshing to look forward to Brighton Council in its many departments and policy making decisions to a forum of which the community of Brighton would a appreciate an open discussion on decision making.

    Comments appreciated on support of an inhouse studio.

  7. Spud u dont like Reply

    I will still eat my hat if this channel ever launches,

  8. Spud u dont like Reply

    I will still eat my hat if this channel ever launches,

  9. Uncle Ruckus (No Relation) Reply

    The incompetent and incapable Green Council will b*gger this up, in the same that that they mess-up everything that they touch.

    Not long before the ‘snot’ Green Party are removed from power!

  10. Uncle Ruckus (No Relation) Reply

    The incompetent and incapable Green Council will b*gger this up, in the same that that they mess-up everything that they touch.

    Not long before the ‘snot’ Green Party are removed from power!

  11. HJarrs Reply

    Gerald Wiley, local public TV and radio seems to work well in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. I don’t know what the funding arrangements are, but I do know that they encourage local culture, tradition and keep people up to date with what is happening locally, as well as producing good quality output for general release across the networks. Sadly, we pretty much closed down out local BBC TV output and itv become a homogenous low brow national company who put out a bit of programming between adverts.

  12. HJarrs Reply

    Gerald Wiley, local public TV and radio seems to work well in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. I don’t know what the funding arrangements are, but I do know that they encourage local culture, tradition and keep people up to date with what is happening locally, as well as producing good quality output for general release across the networks. Sadly, we pretty much closed down out local BBC TV output and itv become a homogenous low brow national company who put out a bit of programming between adverts.

  13. Gerald Wiley Reply

    @HJarrs – I do know that the Germans do have a plethora of similar named TV channels transmitting from the Astra satellite at 19.2E. I do not know how well this aligns to major cities nor how well the regional news and cultural programming aligns.

    However, the clue in how they manage this could be in the varying prices paid for TV licenses in the different countries (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Television_licence):

    UK €170.28 per annum
    Germany €215.76
    Austria €335.14
    Switzerland €385.00

    If having local public TV results in licence fees doubling then I, personally, don’t think it would be good value for money. I am actually quite satisfied with the news coverage supplied by BBC South East – it may not be perfect but it does cover the main news items, and we do have the various RSS feeds to supplement it.

    Let’s see what Latest TV manages to do with a commercially (capitalist) funded service first…

  14. Gerald Wiley Reply

    @HJarrs – I do know that the Germans do have a plethora of similar named TV channels transmitting from the Astra satellite at 19.2E. I do not know how well this aligns to major cities nor how well the regional news and cultural programming aligns.

    However, the clue in how they manage this could be in the varying prices paid for TV licenses in the different countries (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Television_licence):

    UK €170.28 per annum
    Germany €215.76
    Austria €335.14
    Switzerland €385.00

    If having local public TV results in licence fees doubling then I, personally, don’t think it would be good value for money. I am actually quite satisfied with the news coverage supplied by BBC South East – it may not be perfect but it does cover the main news items, and we do have the various RSS feeds to supplement it.

    Let’s see what Latest TV manages to do with a commercially (capitalist) funded service first…

  15. Bill Smith Reply

    Re HJarrs Started this channel to give a voice to writers composers bands and artists as well as democratic news for the city. I am writer/composer myself myself. I campaigned for years for BBC or ITV to have Brighton channel. Only started it myself when that failed!!

    We would be happy to receive public funding. We need to survive and pay people!
    We have received none but have raised well over half a million from people who want Brighton to have an amazing creative TV and Film industry. We will show films with no ad breaks.

    We filmed Pride with team of 20 over the weekend and our work on Big Screen in the park. We are also working for BBC South East in happy collaborative way.

    Hope you got a tasty hat Spud! Come and see our world class studios on our Open Day 19 August.

    All best everyone.

  16. Bill Smith Reply

    Re HJarrs Started this channel to give a voice to writers composers bands and artists as well as democratic news for the city. I am writer/composer myself myself. I campaigned for years for BBC or ITV to have Brighton channel. Only started it myself when that failed!!

    We would be happy to receive public funding. We need to survive and pay people!
    We have received none but have raised well over half a million from people who want Brighton to have an amazing creative TV and Film industry. We will show films with no ad breaks.

    We filmed Pride with team of 20 over the weekend and our work on Big Screen in the park. We are also working for BBC South East in happy collaborative way.

    Hope you got a tasty hat Spud! Come and see our world class studios on our Open Day 19 August.

    All best everyone.

  17. James Reply

    Good luck with your launch on 28th. Will you ever be going on Sky 117?

    Thanks

  18. James Reply

    Good luck with your launch on 28th. Will you ever be going on Sky 117?

    Thanks

  19. Bill Smith Reply

    Hi James. At the moment it costs £250.000 to go on 117 on Sky so we are negotiating for free yellow button transmission on Sky and it is looking good. We are also seeking to campaign for cheaper satellite transmission but this will take years.

    Thank you for your good wishes for us! We are ready but also need that!!

    All best

  20. Bill Smith Reply

    Hi James. At the moment it costs £250.000 to go on 117 on Sky so we are negotiating for free yellow button transmission on Sky and it is looking good. We are also seeking to campaign for cheaper satellite transmission but this will take years.

    Thank you for your good wishes for us! We are ready but also need that!!

    All best

  21. thisisBmusic Reply

    We got left off the ‘top shows’ list (:-P) but Bmusic will be providing regular, unbiased music programming to the channel spanning all genres plus featuring local music interest pieces, festival highlights, exclusive music sessions and more.

    We are driven by our pride in, and passion for, the local music scene in its broad and talented nature and are excited for the opportunity to showcase our regions talent on TV.

    Please do contact us about local music events or stories that you think could feature or if you are local musicians/bands/artists that want to appear on our local music news, gossip and entertainment show Noise Reel.

    We are a community organisation offering rare experience to young and developing technicians and presenters and have been developing show formats on our Youtube channel (youtube.com/thisisBmusic).
    Latest TV have been highly supportive of us and are giving local people an amazing opportunity, we and hope that the region will tune in and get behind the channel.

    You might want to try ketchup with that hat Spud.

    David
    thisisBmusic@gmail.com

  22. thisisBmusic Reply

    We got left off the ‘top shows’ list (:-P) but Bmusic will be providing regular, unbiased music programming to the channel spanning all genres plus featuring local music interest pieces, festival highlights, exclusive music sessions and more.

    We are driven by our pride in, and passion for, the local music scene in its broad and talented nature and are excited for the opportunity to showcase our regions talent on TV.

    Please do contact us about local music events or stories that you think could feature or if you are local musicians/bands/artists that want to appear on our local music news, gossip and entertainment show Noise Reel.

    We are a community organisation offering rare experience to young and developing technicians and presenters and have been developing show formats on our Youtube channel (youtube.com/thisisBmusic).
    Latest TV have been highly supportive of us and are giving local people an amazing opportunity, we and hope that the region will tune in and get behind the channel.

    You might want to try ketchup with that hat Spud.

    David
    thisisBmusic@gmail.com

  23. David Croissant Reply

    Caught up with Bettina a couple of weeks ago and we’re really looking forward to this.

    Goes without saying – all the very best for the launch and we look forward here at Sea City Music and BrightonSounds at being involved.

    See you on the 19th (Bill, great coverage on BBC Sussex this morning BTW)

    David
    david@seacitymusic.com

  24. David Croissant Reply

    Caught up with Bettina a couple of weeks ago and we’re really looking forward to this.

    Goes without saying – all the very best for the launch and we look forward here at Sea City Music and BrightonSounds at being involved.

    See you on the 19th (Bill, great coverage on BBC Sussex this morning BTW)

    David
    david@seacitymusic.com

  25. jay Reply

    Satellite uplink fees are nothing to do with SKY. Sky do charge for EPG listings.

    As for yellow button, great idea if we can watch local tv from anywhere in UK. Otherwise pointless. This will be iptv version I guess

  26. jay Reply

    Satellite uplink fees are nothing to do with SKY. Sky do charge for EPG listings.

    As for yellow button, great idea if we can watch local tv from anywhere in UK. Otherwise pointless. This will be iptv version I guess

  27. fred Reply

    Great to have a channel but I don’t know anyone in Brighton who actually watches TV nowadays lol

  28. fred Reply

    Great to have a channel but I don’t know anyone in Brighton who actually watches TV nowadays lol

  29. Jenny Robinson Reply

    I live in Eastbourne and would love to watch Brighton TV. I have Sky TV and have looked for Channel 8 but can’t see it so far. Will it be on a different channel for Sky?

  30. Jenny Robinson Reply

    I live in Eastbourne and would love to watch Brighton TV. I have Sky TV and have looked for Channel 8 but can’t see it so far. Will it be on a different channel for Sky?

  31. thisisBmusic Reply

    Jenny,

    I believe this will be channel 117 on Sky as it is for London Live but I don’t know if this happens automatically.
    According to the Sky TV forum you might have to manually add local channels by their frequencies.

    http://helpforum.sky.com/t5/Find-Watch-questions/why-cant-I-watch-stv-glasgow-on-channel-117-here-in-edinburgh/qaq-p/2008118

    Whether Latest’s will be different to the Scottish one mentioned on there I don’t know but I’m sure Lates TV will mention something on the website at some point.

    Best
    David

  32. thisisBmusic Reply

    Jenny,

    I believe this will be channel 117 on Sky as it is for London Live but I don’t know if this happens automatically.
    According to the Sky TV forum you might have to manually add local channels by their frequencies.

    http://helpforum.sky.com/t5/Find-Watch-questions/why-cant-I-watch-stv-glasgow-on-channel-117-here-in-edinburgh/qaq-p/2008118

    Whether Latest’s will be different to the Scottish one mentioned on there I don’t know but I’m sure Lates TV will mention something on the website at some point.

    Best
    David

  33. Tony Reply

    Have just retune my Freeview TV’s. 1 on the Hangleton transmitter No channel 8 working ,& 1 on race hill brighton yes a channel 8 but bad signal. ???.

  34. Tony Reply

    Have just retune my Freeview TV’s. 1 on the Hangleton transmitter No channel 8 working ,& 1 on race hill brighton yes a channel 8 but bad signal. ???.

  35. Maggi Langley Reply

    Very many congratulations Bill, from your neighbour Maggi! I wish you all the very best and will be watching you eagerly for local news and views, as you have already shown with your fantastic magazine. Best regards and love to you and Angi (who I caught sight of just now on South Today)

  36. Maggi Langley Reply

    Very many congratulations Bill, from your neighbour Maggi! I wish you all the very best and will be watching you eagerly for local news and views, as you have already shown with your fantastic magazine. Best regards and love to you and Angi (who I caught sight of just now on South Today)

  37. Justyne Price Moor Reply

    What time does the new channel start?

  38. Justyne Price Moor Reply

    What time does the new channel start?

  39. mark phillips Reply

    Shame I cant watch it on Sky

  40. mark phillips Reply

    Shame I cant watch it on Sky

  41. K Hobbs Reply

    Lyn Ruth Miller ghastly……love the idea of a local channel with local news…I am subscriber to Virgin Media who do NOT transmit to the Worthing area ‘locally for news’…..we just don’t get any local news because BBC South East borders at Adur and BBC South borders at Arun…Worthing – the largest town in West Sussex does not get a mention from the local BBC stations …appalling !!!

    Good Luck LATEST TV…Good Luck…..looking forward to some interesting ‘Local’ programmes from amazing talent here in the South East or is it the South !!!!

  42. K Hobbs Reply

    Lyn Ruth Miller ghastly……love the idea of a local channel with local news…I am subscriber to Virgin Media who do NOT transmit to the Worthing area ‘locally for news’…..we just don’t get any local news because BBC South East borders at Adur and BBC South borders at Arun…Worthing – the largest town in West Sussex does not get a mention from the local BBC stations …appalling !!!

    Good Luck LATEST TV…Good Luck…..looking forward to some interesting ‘Local’ programmes from amazing talent here in the South East or is it the South !!!!

  43. Dan Reply

    Will this channel be available north of the downs? The transmitter that I use is at Reigate. Will it be on the satellite platform?

  44. Dan Reply

    Will this channel be available north of the downs? The transmitter that I use is at Reigate. Will it be on the satellite platform?

  45. B Reeves Reply

    I have Freeview and sky but cant find the new channel on either in Hove.

  46. B Reeves Reply

    I have Freeview and sky but cant find the new channel on either in Hove.

  47. Gerald Wiley Reply

    Sorry – I’m only an interested amateur, but…

    AFAIK Latest TV is only on Freeview (or YouView) channel 8 and is only transmitted from the main Whitehawk Hill transmitter in Brighton and not from relays (such as Portslade or Hangleton) – so if you receive your TV from any other transmitter it is unlikely you will get a good signal – if at all, but you might if you are lucky.

    It is not currently on Sky, or Freesat, or any other satellite – I assume due to the high cost.

    It is on Virgin Media channel 159 in the Brighton area only.

    I’d hope that Latest TV offer an internet streaming channel in the future.

    There are more local TV stations also starting up on Freeview channel 8 and Virgin Media Channel 159 in other areas – That’s Solent will be transmitted from Rowridge transmitter on the Isle of White.

  48. Gerald Wiley Reply

    Sorry – I’m only an interested amateur, but…

    AFAIK Latest TV is only on Freeview (or YouView) channel 8 and is only transmitted from the main Whitehawk Hill transmitter in Brighton and not from relays (such as Portslade or Hangleton) – so if you receive your TV from any other transmitter it is unlikely you will get a good signal – if at all, but you might if you are lucky.

    It is not currently on Sky, or Freesat, or any other satellite – I assume due to the high cost.

    It is on Virgin Media channel 159 in the Brighton area only.

    I’d hope that Latest TV offer an internet streaming channel in the future.

    There are more local TV stations also starting up on Freeview channel 8 and Virgin Media Channel 159 in other areas – That’s Solent will be transmitted from Rowridge transmitter on the Isle of White.

  49. John Wilson Reply

    I live in Hove.Reception good.Retune Freeview and it’s on channel 8.Need typical Brightonian hip presenters.So many topics to choose but I doubt if the producers are up to the job.Should be programmes about Local music scene reporters with cameras visiting clubs and pubs.Televising live music from the club’s..Weekly night at the Komedia.Day at Brighton races or the greyhound track.Restaurant of the month. Pub of the month.Weekly interviews with the seagulls manager and fans.Coverage of weekend events cars/motor bikes/mods not rockers etc.interviews with tourists/foreign students etc Weekly Brighton question time with Councillors so residents can complain about problems such as gridlock/20mph/cycle lanes etc A weekly Brighton crime watch with police cctv footage of crimes/criminals.Programmes dedicated to students at uni.Local tourist places to visit.i could go on an on. Advertising revenue from pubs/clubs/hotels etc would cover production costs.brighton is a hip happening and vibrant multicultural city so we should take advantage and tell the world.

  50. John Wilson Reply

    I live in Hove.Reception good.Retune Freeview and it’s on channel 8.Need typical Brightonian hip presenters.So many topics to choose but I doubt if the producers are up to the job.Should be programmes about Local music scene reporters with cameras visiting clubs and pubs.Televising live music from the club’s..Weekly night at the Komedia.Day at Brighton races or the greyhound track.Restaurant of the month. Pub of the month.Weekly interviews with the seagulls manager and fans.Coverage of weekend events cars/motor bikes/mods not rockers etc.interviews with tourists/foreign students etc Weekly Brighton question time with Councillors so residents can complain about problems such as gridlock/20mph/cycle lanes etc A weekly Brighton crime watch with police cctv footage of crimes/criminals.Programmes dedicated to students at uni.Local tourist places to visit.i could go on an on. Advertising revenue from pubs/clubs/hotels etc would cover production costs.brighton is a hip happening and vibrant multicultural city so we should take advantage and tell the world.

  51. Bill Smith Reply

    Almost everything you suggest John we have either filmed already or are just about to!! Good news. Ring me if you want 07834 222342

  52. Bill Smith Reply

    Almost everything you suggest John we have either filmed already or are just about to!! Good news. Ring me if you want 07834 222342

  53. Janulik Reply

    Hi
    I really want to watch Brighton channel but cannot get it on freeview (cant even get itv or bbc) or Sky. Any news on that please if not can you at least post the link for the website as not sure of the name. thank you

  54. Janulik Reply

    Hi
    I really want to watch Brighton channel but cannot get it on freeview (cant even get itv or bbc) or Sky. Any news on that please if not can you at least post the link for the website as not sure of the name. thank you

  55. Julie Parsons Reply

    I think it’s great that Brighton’s going to have it’s own channel and look forward to seeing how it develops. If it can encourage local talent and showcase the are, what’s not to like?

    Julie P

  56. Saffron Reply

    I retuned freeview yesterday but nothing on Channel 8 and I can see the Whitehawk transmitter from our house! The others like CBeebies, BBC News retuned ok.

    But I can get latest tv via my Virgin Media cable.

  57. James Reply

    Any news on the possible yellow button service on Astra (Sky)?

    Thanks and good luck.

    James

  58. Karen jones Reply

    I know it’s only a baby station but the sound quality is really bad. Sort this teething problem out and you just might grow in strength.

  59. Dave Jones Reply

    Lots of blocks of repeats in the schedules these days, are we running out of funding already?

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