|BBC Director General Tony Hall first announced BBC One+1 in 2013.|
Contrary to earlier reports, BBC One+1 is not taking the space freed up by BBC Three. Rather the service is proposed to broadcast 24 hours a day. The BBC management confirmed they had looked at making BBC One+1 a peak time service, but decided against it.
An HD version is not proposed, meaning viewers would no longer have the chance to catch up on EastEnders, The Voice, Doctor Who or Sherlock in HD as they do now via BBC Three HD.
Here's how it will work, according to the proposals: