Sorry if this is the wrong section of the forum! (Move the post, if so!) Anyway. I haven't quite got the money to buy a good aerial/antenna and have it fitted at the moment. I've a 14" portable television in my bedroom that uses an in-door aerial. This doesn't give me sufficient signal. Most channels are fuzzy, both visually and audibly. My question is; what could I bash together to create a more sensitive aerial/antenna? For example, with various pieces of metal (maybe a metal coat hanger, heh - the classic), what would be the best configuration in terms of shape/size, etc? And anything else you feel is of use! Also, I notice that on an aerial/antenna connector (BNC?), there are two contact points; the inner pin and the outer ring. I'm logically guessing that the inner pin is the actual aerial/antenna point, and that the outer ring is its shield. How do these separate wire connections stay separate on the destination aerial/antenna? Or do they? Thanks!