|Launched||1 May 1953|
|Owned by||Česká televize|
|Formerly called||ČST (1953–1970), ČST1 (1970–1990), F1 (1990–1993)|
ČT1 (ČT Jedna, Česká televize 1, "Jednička") is Czech national television channel, operated by Česká televize. ČT1 is a general purpose channel, showing family-oriented television, Czech movies, children's programming, news and documentaries.
ČST (Czech: Československá televize, Slovak: Československá televízia) starts experimental broadcasting throughout Czechoslovakia on 1 May 1953 from its Prague Studio. Its first regular broadcast begin on 25 February 1954. In 1970, the ČST was renamed to ČST1, In 1975 the channel changed from black-and-white to Colour.
Following the entry of federalism in Czechoslovakia in 1990, ČST1 became F1.
ČT1 HD is the high-definition TV channel from Česká televize. ČT1 HD broadcasts programming from ČT1 via IPTV, digital terrestrial (in several areas only) and satellite (via Astra 3B – DVB-S2 standard).
Previously HD programming was shown on ČT HD, covering ČT1, ČT2 and ČT4.
- AZ Kviz
- StarDance ...když hvĕzdy tančí (Dancing with the Stars)
- Všechnopárty (All Party)
- Sanitka (Ambulance)
- McLeod's Daughters - in Czech "McLeodovy dcery"