WHARF Cable subscribers will not be able to view STAR TV channels during the fledling television station's first broadcast tomorrow. Wharf spokesman Max Ho said last night negotiations with STAR were continuing regarding arrangements for Wharf to carry seven STAR channels. ''However, even assuming we came to an agreement we would not broadcast any STAR channels on Sunday,'' Mr Ho said. ''Whatever the outcome of negotiations it will not affect our planned programming for Sunday, which will feature our own seven Cantonese channels plus CNN International.'' Under a provision in its licence, Wharf Cable is required to carry seven STAR channels, but terms of agreement between the two broadcasters have yet to be reached. The seven channels include MTV Asia, Prime Sports, BBC World Service, and four premium channels featuring children's programmes, Asian and English films and business news. The rift between the two companies was first reported last week by the South China Morning Post. ''Talks have not broken down and are on-going but at this point I cannot disclose what stage negotiations are at or what specifics they involve,'' Mr Ho said. ''Simply, we are not prepared to discuss private business arrangements in the public arena.'' Mr Ho said the Memorandum of Understanding reached with STAR last June to broadcast Prime Sports, MTV Asia and BBC World Service was only an informal agreement. Mr Ho said about 2,500 households in the Sha Tin area had subscribed to Wharf Cable and would be able to tune into the new service from tomorrow.