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Launched 2 February 1964
Network RTG Television
Owned by RTG
Picture format 1080p
Audience share 18.5% (June 2017, NatRate)
Headquarters Broadcasting House
12 Railway Square
City Centre, Kingsbury, CENT
Sister channel(s) RTG2
Timeshift service One+1
HD Digital Channel 11
Freesat Channel 111

RTG1 is a television channel of Radio Television Guelphia, the publicly owned national broadcaster. Established as part of the Television Broadcasting Act of 1963, RTG1 was the first station launched in Guelphia when it went on air in February 1964.

Today, RTG1 is the flagship television channel of the national broadcaster and offers a broad mix of highbrow comedy and drama, chat shows, documentaries, arts, and religious programmes. Programming such as popular entertainment, news, current affairs and children's shows is not usually found on the channel can be found on RTG1s sister channels.


The following programmes are produced by RTG1 and are regularly broadcast around the nation. They feature a diverse range of topics and issues:

  • Antiquing (Antiques and collectables)
  • Casualty Ward (Serial medical drama)
  • Coming Home (Serial comedy)
  • Faith & Reason (Religious debate)
  • Friday Night Live with John Jay (Variety)
  • Friday Rugby (Sport)
  • Gardener's Corner (Gardening)
  • Gizmo (Electronics and cars)
  • Home Handy (DIY programming)
  • In The Stands (Sports analysis)
  • Jane's Kitchen (Cooking show)
  • Macdonaldtown (Serial medical drama)
  • Movie Night (Movie reviews)
  • My Family History (Celebrity family history)
  • Northgate Road (Serial drama)
  • Real Police Stories (Police documentary)
  • Roger! (Adult comedy)
  • RSPCA Hospital (Animal welfare stories)
  • Saturday Movie (Classic film)
  • Saturday Rugby (Sport)
  • Serjeant Jones (Serial comedy)
  • Sports Weekend (Sporting news)
  • Sunday Movie (Feature film)
  • Sunday Evensong (Religious music and prayer)
  • Sunday Documentary (Documentaries)
  • The Constabulary (Police drama)
  • The Music Show (Comedy games show)
  • The Peter Cassidy Show (Chat show)
  • The Real Story (Investigative journalism)
  • Today on One (Lifestyle programming)