Freesat to Recorder by Scart.
Freeview to Recorder by Scart.
Those are either daisy chained, or through use of a 2 way Scart combiner: Connectors.
Recorder to TV by Scart.
Select appropriate Inputs on Recorder, select appropriate Input on TV.
Freesat and Freeview could additionally go direct to TV if it has enough input sockets.
You cant do HD on scarts?
Cant you just daisy chain the input devices (freeview/freesat) to the recorder and which ever input device is switched on will then be the recordable source?
I presume there is only 1 input source on the dvd recorder.
The remaining dvd recorder scart then goes to the tv.(av1 on tv)
I suppose you could connect the freesat to TV by scart in addition to the above too.(av2 on tv)
Wouldnt the last switched on device take priority on the dvd recorder daisy chained cabled bit.(av1 on tv)
Like thousands the OP doesn't know the convention HD - High Definition HDD - Hard Disc Drive. The analogue TV (2 scarts) kind of rules out any High Defintion source. Even HD blu-ray recorders won't record HD from an external source anyway.
Simplest solution route the two recording connections to the DVDR via a two way scart switch.
In a case like this where you might be using both items at the same time auto just doesn't really cut it. You could be using one source to record from and the other for live viewing. Of course the Rolls Royce job is a remote controlled matrix switch with two independent signal paths. You can then route one input to any output and a second to any other totally independently. Bit of overkill for a connection that's only used occasionly. (they were quite expensive even if you can still get them).