BBC One HD launches 3 November!
"BBC Services on Digital Satellite are moving on Monday 18 October 2010
Listed below are the frequencies for BBC TV channels and radio stations available via satellite. The BBC is rationalising its service line-up on digital satellite, and from the early morning of Monday 18 October 2010, the service line-up will be as set-out in the chart below. Because of software limitations, BBC Red Button interactive channels are currently only available with Freesat or a Sky set-top box and viewing card.
Other free channels are also available, but some - such as Channel 4 and Five - are encrypted and require Freesat or a Sky set-top box and viewing card.
Viewers with a Freesat set-top box will not need to do anything, as the Freesat EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) will be updated to reflect these changes. If you experience a problem, it may be resolved by switching your Freesat box off, and then on again. If you see an on-screen message advising you to retune, please follow the instructions on-screen.
Viewers with a Free-to-Air receiver will need to retune to continue to receive the BBC services that are moving."
Scroll down to, 'Changes to the previous line-up of services on BBC DSAT4' and you'll see one of the changes is 'BBC One HD from Wednesday 3 November'