With TalkTalk TV you'll be able to enjoy:
Currently there are no 3D programmes on the service but in the future 3D films and shows may be available.
Yes, there are several channels that offer adult films and shows on YouView. You are able to restrict access to these channels using parental controls.
To see what adult content is available please visit the adult category in the on demand section in the YouView menu.
Please see the How do I hide, show, restrict adult on demand content and parental controls guides.
Yes you can. YouView has HD functionality which means you can watch HD Freeview channels and may also be able to access HD shows On Demand. You can find out what HD Freeview channels are available in your area with our Availability Checker.
For HD on demand entertainment you'll need a faster broadband line before you can view programmes in HD.
Yes, local programmes are available from some broadcasters and will be based on the region or postcode you specified during set-up. Some broadcasters offer extra local services in Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland. To make sure you receive local programmes please ensure you have provided a postcode in the settings area.
BBC One: There are regional variations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Your local news will depend on where your transmitter is. You can check what programmes you will receive by selecting your region on the BBC website.
BBC Two: The same as for BBC One but the digital variations for Scotland and Northern Ireland can be slightly different from analogue. BBC Two Wales is only available on analogue, so digital viewers in Wales get a channel called 2W instead. The schedules are very similar but 2W shows more local programmes than BBC Two Wales. You can check what programmes you will receive by selecting your region on the BBC website.
ITV1: Depending on where your local transmitter is you'll receive regional programmes from Anglia, Border, Central, STV (Scotland), Wales, West, London, Meridian, Tyne Tees, UTV (Northern Ireland) or West country. You can check what programmes you will see by selecting your region on the ITV website.
Channel 4: Channel 4 has the same programmes across England, Wales, Scotland & Northern Ireland. however Welsh viewers can only get the main UK version with digital TV. Analogue viewers get S4C instead, which has Welsh language programmes. Digital viewers get the main UK Channel 4 and S4C (S4C digital is on between 11am and midnight). They also receive S4C2 which shows coverage of the Welsh assembly for part of each day.
Bid TV and QVC broadcast at certain times of the day in Wales.
Yes, YouView does have interactive services available. You can use the red button on your TalkTalk remote to access all the interactive services on Freeview TV channels, as you would with any other Freeview TV.
Please note some on demand players do not support red button services at this time.
To make sure you can enjoy TalkTalk TV from TalkTalk and get the best possible service, we have an Availability Checker. This is so we can run a quick test to check your broadband speed and see what TV channels you can get in your area.
For TalkTalk TV to work at its best, your broadband connection needs to run at minimum speed to receive on demand and catch up TV. Your TV aerial will also need a stable signal to receive Freeview digital TV channels.
To get the best results from our Availability Checker we suggest you:
Yes, YouView will have a selection of radio channels. You can check exactly which channels you can receive using our Availability Checker. Answer a few simple questions and we can run a quick test to find out which Freeview TV and radio channels are available in your area.