I have got my Foxsat set to record F1 as a series. Initially it recorded both the qualifying and the race. For the last few races it has skipped the qualifying and just recorded the race. This time I looked at the EPG ahead of qualifying and the F1 qualifying programme had the red clock logo. And it recorded the qualifying this time. Today, however, it hasn't got a red clock against the race in the EPG. The EPG shows the race is on BBC2 from 12:10 to 15:25. Looking in the schedule it shows it is set to record the race on BBC1 from 12:10 to 15:20. If I don't intervene, is it going to miss the recording I wonder? It looks like it, so I am going to intervene, but I wouldn't have been able to if I were away from home. The Radio Times lists the race on BBC1 from 12:10 to 15:20 if there is no football and split between BBC1 and BBC2 if there is football. So the schedule seems have been set by the series link to the no football channel and timing. I've got a vague recollection of something similar happening when F1 was switched to BBC2 for a previous round. Is this a known problem? Does series link fail if the channel is switched? Or would it sort itself out if I left it (I'm not going to)?