Frequently Asked Questions
What is UCB?
United Christian Broadcasters (UCB) is a leading Christian media charity which produces radio, TV and publications. Our mission is to offer every person, in every place, every moment of the day, the opportunity to hear, watch or read the Word of God in a relevant and engaging way.
Why can't I get UCB Radio or TV on Sky and Virgin Media?
From July 2015, UCB Radio and TV stopped being available through Sky and Virgin Media services. We found that more people were watching and listening to our stations through PCs and mobile devices, so we invested in UCB Player - a new service that allows people to watch and listen to all of UCB's content, on-demand. UCB Player gives us new opportunities to reach many more people allows us to offer features that were not possible via satellite and cable.
How can I listen to UCB 1 or UCB 2?
You can tune in to UCB Radio on your PC or mobile devices through UCB Player, or hear UCB 1 and UCB 2 nationally on DAB radio. To find out if you can receive DAB in your area, go to (postcode checker page)
Can I watch UCB TV on Freeview?
UCB TV is not broadcast on Freeview. However you can watch occasional UCB TV content through TBN UK on Freeview Channel 65 (and Sky Channel 582). We're partnering with TBN as they pursue our common goal of making great Christian media available across the UK. More information about TBN is available at tbnuk.org.
Are you funded by the licence fee?
Can I advertise on radio and TV?
UCB is a non-commercial broadcaster, so we don't have paid-for advertising on radio or TV. However we do promote other charities and ministries through radio interviews and longer-term partnerships. To request an interview or explore the idea of a partnership, email us at email@example.com.
How do I add UCB to my email safe senders list?
To make sure emails from UCB don't end up as junk mail and come straight to your inbox, follow the appropriate instructions for the email program you are using.
1. On the Tools menu, click Options.
2. On the Preferences tab, under E-mail, click Junk E-mail.
3. Click the Safe Senders or Safe Recipients tab.
4. Click Add.
5. In the Enter an e-mail address or Internet domain name to be added to the list box, enter the name or address you want added, and then click OK.
Windows Live Mail / Hotmail
1. Open email message in Junk folder.
2. Click "mark as safe" link beside sender's email address.
1. Open the Junk Email folder.
2. Open the email you wish to receive.
2.Click the Not Spam button in the menu bar above the email.
Gmail / GoogleMail & AOL
1. Open the Spam folder.
2. Open the email you wish to receive and click the Not Spam button.
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