Because whatever incompetent body that replaced the BBC in transmitter site planning (Ofcom?) excelled themselves, we are now plagued by a relay for BBC Wales nearby and in line with and thus much stronger than Winter Hill. This makes tuning up any TV apparatus a nightmare. This may or may not be relevant.
When setting up a programme to record, within the last few weeks the Humax has now started deciding it will record the Welsh channel as well as the English. So I've been having to go through and delete lots of duplicate recordings.
Today when trying to set up to record tonight's political debate (we look after even older people than us) it decided that it couldn't record the Winter Hill channel because it already had two channels set to record. Having scrolled through all the channels in the recording schedule and finding nothing pre-programmed, it occurred to me that the clash was with the two BBC Wales channels (HD and SD?) in the list which it was waiting to set up. Accepting the only option of deleting the English recording and allowing a Welsh lets it record, so we may be OK.
I wonder if anyone else has seen anything like this and whether there may have been a recent over the air software update that has caused it. Or is it my finger trouble?