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You’ll soon be able to catch up on TV shows you missed by browsing backwards through the Freeview EPG. The EPG upgrade will only benefit those with a connected set-top box or TV, but will bring a week’s worth of catch-up programmes to the televisual buffet. But its not clear whether everyone with an existing Freeview box will be able to get the upgrade – by the sounds of things, it might need to be pre-loaded on new hardware. TimingThere’s no word yet precisely when the EPG upgrade will be released, unfortunately

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