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Cancel scheduled program from TV guide

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Hi all,

At some point previously, I've been browsing TV shows via the TV guide. I've scheduled a program to come on when it starts, but it seems I've set this to happen at the same time every week. The show I had scheduled has finished, and I cannot see where this is scheduled to cancel it.

Can anyone assist?

Thanks!

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