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Topic # 55672 7-Jan-2010 23:24
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Has anyone else noticed that lately UKTV has very poor colour and contrast. Watching Bodies tonight and Casualty last week it looks like someone has turned off the lights, I initially thought my tv was starting to fail, and tried to adjust the set which didn't really help. Other channels do not seem to be affected. Is this nation wide or a local problem?

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  Reply # 287960 7-Jan-2010 23:30
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the shows on uktv are very very old and will have very bad colour and some is black and white.

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  Reply # 287961 7-Jan-2010 23:33
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Hmmm, I have watched bodies before on tvnz and they had no colour issues there, and casualty has been on sky tv for years and never used to look washed out, these aren't black and white shows, but the british are looking very pasty in these.

Little britain that is on now is colourful again though.

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