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Topic # 226127 21-Dec-2017 19:26
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Exactly that

 

 

 

Is there something/way to review the freeview listings and let you know when a specific movie is added to the TV listings

 

 

 

eg I want to see "The secret of Moonacre" but its not currently scheduled on any channel, is there a way i can set something on some site or whatever to tell me when this movie does get scheduled no matter what channel its on?

 

 

 

I have a feeling the answer is no, but I have missed patently obvious things before.





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  Reply # 1923380 21-Dec-2017 20:30
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It's on Netflix sign up free trail and watch it

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  Reply # 1923393 21-Dec-2017 20:53
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Can you code at all? There are hosted program guides in xml format. You’d have to download and parse it every few days.




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  Reply # 1923743 22-Dec-2017 18:43
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Stu1: It's on Netflix sign up free trail and watch it

 

 

 

Not on NZ Netflix

 

Infact rather irritatingly 3 movies in a row that i thought I owned the DVDs of and spent a fruitless period of time looking for are all on US netflx but not NZ Netflix

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1923744 22-Dec-2017 18:48
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davidcole: Can you code at all? There are hosted program guides in xml format. You’d have to download and parse it every few days.

 

 

 

yep I used to be able to code okayish many many many years ago, logo and turbo pascal are still a programming languages aren't they?cool, I might look at that if I get time, I was just hoping someone had already done such a thing, at least to me it seems like something that should already exist

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1923789 22-Dec-2017 21:29
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In MythTV I can just create a search rule that should match the title if it is ever broadcast.  That way it will record it for me if it ever turns up in the EPG.  But there is no way to get MythTV to send a message to say it has found it, rather than recording it.

 

The easy way to code something that let you know would be to download the EPG from somewhere in XMLTV format and then use grep or an XML tool to do a search of the EPG file.  There is a downloadable source for NZ DVB-T EPG - PM me if you want to know where to get it.


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  Reply # 1923793 22-Dec-2017 21:35
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Morgenmuffel:

Stu1: It's on Netflix sign up free trail and watch it


 


Not on NZ Netflix


Infact rather irritatingly 3 movies in a row that i thought I owned the DVDs of and spent a fruitless period of time looking for are all on US netflx but not NZ Netflix


 


 



Apolgies it came up on my suggested list for some reason

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  Reply # 1923804 22-Dec-2017 22:31
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sorry...

 

 

 

$2.50 per month...

 

https://mags4gifts.co.nz/products/tv-guide

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1929579 5-Jan-2018 08:44
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If you have TiVo you can use such a feature. It's called WishList

 

https://support.tivo.com/articles/Features_Use/How-to-Use-WishList-Searches


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