Bromley areas (former Cable&Wireless) were running this guide up until 2002, where it was replaced by Bromley CR3
Not all customers in Bromley were running this version of software, ex-Videotron customers were stuck on CR1 software due to the poor network conditions that meant the area could not support two way communication, meaning no interactive or broadband support. They received a rebranded version of CR1 but without the Liberate browser.
Now and Next bar, surprisingly its transparent
Viewing program information
Main TV Guide home screen
Main TV guide EPG, channels can be filtered according to their genre, and programmes can be filtered by the day and time slot.
Subject search, similar to the A-Z listings, allows you to find a program based on its genre
Ordering PPV events
The settings area, where favourite channels can be managed, and the picture output preferences can be changed
Interactive home screen, since this was a web page loaded from the server, it could be updated independently from the EPG. Interactive services were non functional in ex-Videotron areas (parts of London)
BBCi home screen, looks similar to the Kingston version
TV Email, each customer could have a selected amount of email address to use, and could be accessed from the TV service.
TV Internet, was the main interactive portal for other services hosted on the ntl platform
Telewest software looks to be an earlier build from Dec 2000, whilst the ntl is a later build from Jun 2001. notable differences is the support of subtitles