The Uads are a British satellite broadcasting service, and they’re pretty cool.
They’re actually quite a lot of fun to watch.
The Uads were the first British satellite to operate in the U.K. They were launched on April 3, 1968, by Satellites of Love, a private company owned by the Uads.
Uads’ first satellite, the S-2, was launched in 1970, and it’s now the most popular British satellite.
It was also the first satellite to broadcast in English, and a few of the first English-language satellite channels to be broadcast.
The UADs first English language broadcast was on June 4, 1971, when they were broadcasting from London.
They’ve had some interesting programming, too, including “The Last Five Years” on the Uad Sports Channel.
They have an English-to-Spanish language language channel as well.
The last five years was a big one for Uads in the UK.
In January, the UAD’s channel, Uads Sports, was canceled by ITV, due to their poor ratings.
That’s when the UADS decided to make a comeback, launching a new English-only channel, uadsports.co.uk, and rebranding themselves as “Uads Sports”.
They’re still around, of course, and the company that owns them is Satellits of Love.
They also run the Uadan Sports Network, which is a popular, but now defunct, English-based channel dedicated to British soccer.
They also have a French-language channel called L’espagne Sport, which broadcasts the French national soccer team.
The next time you watch Uads, be sure to check out their English-speaking channel, and maybe even the French-topped channel L’Olympique de la Ligue de la Provence.