Television signal returns as engineers fix Bath transmitter problem
Reception problems with the Bath and Mendip transmitter left people in the city with no television signal today.
The BBC’s website confirmed that the Digital TV transmitter had been off from 5.13am this morning, and engineers worked to repair the problem for much of the day.
The BBC confirmed that channels from the Bath transmitter were back in service as of 3.23pm this afternoon.
Earlier, Bath residents took to Twitter to report the issues, with many areas affected including Oldfield Park and the city centre.
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A BBC spokesperson said: “The TV transmitter at Bath developed a fault this morning which has affected services including BBC1, BBC2, CBBC, CBeebies and BBC News, as well as BBC radio channels on Freeview.
"Freeview HD channels and FM, AM and DAB radio services are not affected by the fault.”