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@Rosefay Yes, I find that annoying too. It seems that the best way to get the catchup services where no proper "app" exists yet, is: Hit the green button and that will get you into freeview plus (can take a while to load, might have to press the green a couple of times, then yellow for the menu I think) . Plus7 and the other catch up services are accessible that way. Otherwise get a Apple TV which has all the catch up apps.

I find those menus very clunky and hit & miss though, not very intuitive. You DO get used to them, and sometimes the Advert transitions will crash the running app/program, and you have to use the BACK button.

I sometimes use my Windows 10 laptop, and connect via the browser (I use Firefox, as it has a VERY GOOD password manager to remember all the account passwords), and go to:

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then log in and select any programs or catch-up for missed episodes etc, and I use a spare HDMI cable to connect to a spare slot at the back of the TV (or now through my smart AV amp). Select that HDMI input on your TV and start playing your programs. Of course I am assuming you have an HDMI socket on your laptop! If not, and the TV and laptop are on the same WiFi network, the built-in CONNECT app might work (it is in the expanded app control part of the NOTIFICATIONS area, bottom right, in Windows 10).

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