BBC HD was a high-definition television channel provided by the BBC. The service was initially run as a trial from 15 May 2006 until becoming a full service on 1 December 2007 before closing on 26 March 2013. It broadcast only during the afternoon and evening and only broadcast material shot in High Definition, either in a simulcast with another channel or by inserting a repeat of a HD programme.
Station Promo 1
Station Promo 2
Station Promo 3
Station Promo 4
These idents were introduced in 2009.
Cat Among The Pigeons
Walkies (Short Form-Up)
Misc Promo Endboards
Summer of 3D Highlights
Attenborough – 60 Years in the Wild
On Screen Graphics / Slide
BBC Two HD
Slide information regarding the closure of BBC HD
BBC One HD
BBC One HD launched on 3 November 2010 as a high-definition simulcast of network BBC One. Available on all digital platforms, the station carries a DOG in the corner of the screen, and most of any programming which is not originally sourced in HD is upscaled – although the announcements might lead viewers to suggest all material is in HD. During regional opts either a holding screen is shown, or a specific region’s output is broadcast, e.g. for Inside Out.
Unlike ITV1 HD, idents on BBC One HD do not carry the ‘HD’ identifier, however all promos and presentation on Network BBC1 and in the nations now carry an HD identifier which animates on at the start of the promo endboard form-up and animates off before the very end (whereupon the Wales/NI/Scotland appears, if applicable).
BBC1 HD Promo
BBC1 HD Daytime Promo
Shown in place of regionalised content
BBC One HD moved to channel 101 on Freeview in October 2012