Where can I watch Scrum V?
BBC Two – Scrum V – Next on.
What channel is Scrum V on?
BBC Two Wales
How can I watch bbc2 Wales?
BBC Two Wales can be seen both in Wales on all television platforms, usually on Channels 2, or 102 depending on the system, and in other regions of the UK via most satellite providers and on some other digital television providers.
How can I watch Scrum V Live in the UK?
BBC iPlayer – Scrum V.
Who is Philippa Tuttiett?
Former International Rugby Union player, Captain of the Welsh 7’s and Cardiff Blues team. Philippa retired from rugby after the 2018 Commonwealth Games and can now be seen on TV commenting on both the mens and womens rugby games.
Who is the female presenter on Scrum V?
‘Bold text’Lowri Morgan is a Welsh television presenter, adventurer and ultra marathon runner. She has presented S4C’s coverage of the World Rally Championship, BBC’s Rugby flagship show Scrum V and the magazine show Uned 5.
Can you watch BBC Wales on Freeview?
With Freeview HD equipment you can enjoy your favourite shows in HD, as well as more than 70 channels in standard definition – all for free….Here’s a list of HD Channels available through Freeview:
|BBC FOUR HD
How can I get BBC Wales?
To watch national and regional programmes on demand, just search for the programme in the BBC iPlayer search bar. Most programmes are available shortly after broadcast. You can also easily find a selection of programmes in the Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales categories.
Who is Sarra Elgan married to?
Simon EasterbySarra Elgan Rees / Spouse (m. 2003)
Who is the female presenter on BT Sport rugby?
Sarra Elgan is a Welsh sports presenter best known for presenting the rugby coverage on BT sport. CAN’T FIND WHO YOU’RE LOOKING FOR? Being both the pitch side reporter, as well as the main presenter, she also hosts Rugby Tonight for BT Sport.
What channel number is BBC Wales on Freeview?
Channel 1 Channel 101
BBC One Wales
|Channel 1 Channel 101 (HD)
Why are Freeview channels missing?
Not all Freeview channels have their own apps, and even if they do have one, they might not have live content that we can link to. Also not all programmes are licensed to be streamed via mobile. We’re working on this, though, and will let you know when we’ve brought more partners on board.