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    If you have a PC in the room, you could watch live TV (Freeview channels) via TVCatchup.com.

    Or, you could use a wireless "video sender" - attach the transmitter to the TV with the aerial, and the receiver to the other TV. Whatever you're watching on the 1st TV will be echoed on the 2nd. Unfortunately interference can be a problem - particularly if you have cordless phones or wireless access points nearby.
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