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BBC 2W was a digital television channel run by the British Broadcasting Corporation in Wales until January 2009. It replaced the standard BBC Two broadcast on digital services in Wales — running on weekdays from 20:30 to 22:00. 2W broadcast in and was aimed at the English-speaking population, unlike , which broadcasts primarily in . The digital-only service was replaced with a single for Wales on 2 January 2009.

The channel name on the Electronic Programme Guide was BBC 2W although outside its broadcast hours the channel was referred to onscreen as BBC Two Wales, using the BBC Two logo.<!-- Deleted image removed: -->The channel was said to be unpopular with some viewers because of its policy of broadcasting only Welsh-based programmes (including many repeats) during its opt-out hours &ndash; unlike BBC Two Wales which only opted out for live sport and new programming. The first switchoff of analogue television in the UK, for instance, was controversial because viewers in Llansteffan and Ferryside, whose analogue transmitter was due to be switched off, insisted that BBC Two Wales be left broadcasting in analogue.

The channel did provide a choice to all other viewers. Viewers on satellite could select a different BBC Two region (but not BBC Two Wales), and viewers on Freeview and cable could switch back to analogue to watch BBC Two...
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