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Ghaleb

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@Ghaleb No, that is not possible, as it is an internet derived digital data stream, and NOT an OTA (over-the-air) TV programme.

If you have a PC or Laptop, then you can set up a YouTube subscription (that allows downloading), or use a downloader browser add-in, or a separate  stand-alone downloader program (such as 4kdownloader), that you just cut/paste the YT links into.

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