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Watch it: BBC One, New Year's Day Our favourite crime-solving duo, Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman (we mean Sherlock
Presented by Freeview Play
Following Freeview's rebrand earlier this year, coupled with the launch of Freeview Play, we wanted this ad to make a real impact; we wanted the public to sit-up and listen and re-evaluate the most loved TV brand in the country.
Presented by Freeview Play
Television may be deeply ingrained into our everyday lives, but how much do we really know about its history? TV has gone
Since its inception, television has been a unifying social force, bringing family, friends and different groups of people
Of course, live television still retains its central importance to UK television viewing, and linear viewing is not going to disappear any time soon. However, changing viewing habits and new ways to watch television mean that the summer months no longer provide audiences with a television 'breather'. Instead, 2015 looks set to be the best year ever for summer TV.
A new flaw has been found in todays smart TVs which means a hacker could easily gain access and start monitoring you with
The BBC has announced it will launch five new HD channels by 2014. The new channels will really be upgrades of BBC News, BBC
The switchover is actually quite monumental when you think about it. Analogue TV has been around since the age when you could only listen to radio via a can of baked beans and some string, has never screwed up or become unfashionable.
A pink tube train is whizzing around somewhere on London Underground's Central Line. Why? The incongruous train is here to