Vintage TV is on channel 82 on Freeview, BT TV, EE TV and TalkTalk TV and it’s completely free to watch.
We are available to approximately 76% of the UK; to receive us you must live within the coverage area of this network. We are in most major towns and cities. To see if it is available where you live, use the postcode checker.
To view the channel, you’ll need to have a Freeview HD TV, recorder or set-top box; this is because Vintage TV is broadcast from the HD multiplex. If you are unsure whether your equipment is compatible, please check with the manufacturer.
Some TVs do not autotune, so if you are in the coverage area but can’t find us you may need to manually retune. Freeview has simple instructions on when and how to do this here.
If you’re having any issues viewing the channel and can’t find the answer to your question here, further help is available in the Support section of the Freeview website. You can also call the Freeview advice line on 03456 505050.
You can find Vintage TV on Sky channel 369, under the Music Genre; this means you can find the channel easily by choosing ‘Music’ from the categories in the main TV Guide.
Vintage TV is on freesat channel 505. The Vintage TV transponder information is: frequency 11264, polarisation horizontal or auto, symbol rate 27500, FEC 2/3.
Vintage TV is one of the channels available under the Virgin Media Mix Bundle which includes 130+ TV channels.
We’re APPsolutely delighted with the Vintage TV app and we hope you will be, too. Available to download for free from the Apple App Store and Google Play the Android app store, the Vintage TV app allows you to catch up on your favourite episodes of My Vintage, Live At… and more. Simply search for ‘Vintage TV’ and click ‘download’!
Even better, you can beam the app to your TV with Chromecast so that you watch in comfort on the big screen. We’re also available on Apple TV 4. Compatibility with Amazon Fire and Roku and Samsung TV is coming as of July, so please watch this space!