The first stage of the digital switchover has been completed in East Sussex and parts of Kent.
Analogue BBC Two was permanently turned off at the Hastings, Heathfield and Tunbridge Wells transmitter groups on 30 May and the digital signal was boosted to reach all areas.
The start of TV switchover means that viewers in digital blackspots such as parts of Hastings Old Town, Eastbourne, Newhaven and Hailsham can now get Freeview channels for the first time, while picture quality will improve for many existing viewers.
Homes already watching Freeview will need to retune their TVs and boxes in order to regain their BBC services, which may currently be missing.
The process will be completed on 13 June, when the remaining analogue channels will be switched off. Channel 5 and further Freeview channels from ITV and Channel 4 will then be available from local transmitters for the first time.
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