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CURRENT PROGRAMME The channels are listed at the bottom of the screen, each with the 'current event' (the name of the programme showing at that time) and the 'next event' (the following programme). When the EPG screen is first displayed, the channel last watched is highlighted in the list of channels. A quarter-screen image of this channel is displayed at the upper right of the screen along with the channel name and channel list number.
Hint If the channel you have been viewing is a digital teletext channel then no picture will appear in the quarter-screen window.
Details of the current programme on that channel (the name of the programme and, typically, a synopsis with details of the stars involved, the teams playing, or similar information) along with the start and finish times are displayed at the top left inside the dark blue text window.
Hint Not all channels broadcast all the programme info rmation data. Some channels do not provide the current and next event data and/or the programme details. In this case the programme names and/or the details are not displayed. This is not a fault with your TV. Moving the highlight through the list of channels using the â â and â â keys will change the programme details in the text window to reflect the channel highlighted. The quarter-screen window continues to show the channel last watched, so you can stay watching a programme while at the same time browse the details of what's on, on other channels. You may then select the highlighted channel for viewing on the quarterscreen window by pressing the âSELECTâ key. You can leave the EPG screen, to enjoy normal full-screen viewing of the channel in the quarter-screen window by pressing the âGUIDEâ key again, or the âMâ key.