You are most welcome.
It's frustrating that, as a result of this story, people in other counties assume that the UK still suffers from its previous (undoubtedly backward) libel legislation. We don't. The law in England, Scotland and Wales has changed, and now presents no obstacle to the broadcast of ""Going Clear". The problem is technical , not legal.
The 'footprint' of the satellite used by Sky covers the whole of the UK (including Northern Ireland which is the only part of the UK not to adopt the new law... yet). Consequently, unless Sky hire NASA to send an astronaut to float near to the transmitter and 'shade' Northern Ireland for the duration of the broadcast, there is nothing they can do to prevent the film being seen there. It's all or nothing.
It's doubly frustrating that the CofS can effectively suppress this film without lifting a finger - their litigious reputation is enough to deter a huge organisation like Sky. Shame on them.