To all intents and purposes, it was a ‘psychic’ show without the claims of supernatural power, and it looked and sounded like a professional production – very little different from the kind of thing you’d expect on a new TV channel.But Life Coach didn’t last a month on Freeview, and at the end of September ‘08, an altogether more eye-opening daytime show replaced it.Not only did Babestation have one encrypted and three unencrypted live channels on the terrestrial EPG (Channels 94 to 97 inclusive), but Elite TV was also still broadcasting on Channel 192.
The Chat may not have looked like a babeshow, or seen itself as such, but mechanically and demographically, that’s effectively what it was.
was unusual in that it mixed babe shows with other types of interactive entertainment.
Its live broadcasts potentially ran from ten in the morning right through until 05.30 the next day, although some daytime programmes would take impromptu breaks depending on how they were staffed.
The test transponder was still working , - the time of the last screen grab I made of it.
It was really odd to see 11427H devoid of anything Freesat, carrying a NIT with some arqiva network name. I did grab a 30 second dump of 12509H and there was a parsing problem, the cause of which I am yet to identify.