BBC Lifestyle

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BBC Lifestyle
BBC Lifestyle logo
Launched 11 July 2007
Owned by BBC Worldwide
Picture format 576i (SDTV) 16:9
1080i (HDTV) 16:9
Formerly called BBC Food
Sister channel(s) BBC World News
BBC Entertainment
BBC Brit
BBC Earth
BBC First
n Channel 134 (HD)
DStv Channel 174
Indovision Channel TBA
TrueVisions (Thailand) Channel 353 (SD/HD)
StarHub TV Channel 432 (SD/JD)
Cable TV Hong Kong Channel 131 (SD)
Channel 230 (HD)
UPC Poland Channel 109
SkyCable Channel TBA
Destiny Cable Channel TBA
TrueVisions (Thailand) Channel 353 (SD/HD)
Macau Cable TV
Channel 213
now TV
(Hong Kong)
Channel 502 (HD)
(South Korea)
Channel 546
Channel 620 (HD)
CHT MOD (Taiwan) Channel 125 (HD)
myTV Super
(Hong Kong)
Channel 605 (HD)

BBC Lifestyle is an international television channel. The channel provides six programming strands: Food, Home & Design, Fashion & Style, Health, Parenting, and Personal Development.

Launch dates[edit]

BBC Lifestyle first launched in Singapore on mio TV (Now in Singtel TV) in July 2007. It is also available in Hong Kong on now TV, in Poland on the Cyfrowy Polsat digital satellite platform, where it launched in December 2007. On DStv in South Africa and on OSN in the Middle East & North Africa since September 2008. It has since also launched in the Scandinavian countries in November 2008 when it replaced BBC Prime on Canal Digital, Com Hem, Telia Digital-TV and FastTV.

On June 2009, cites the lack of viewership on SingTel's mio TV that BBC terminated the right to air BBC Lifestyle, CBBC, CBeebies and BBC Knowledge under permission registered British Broadcasting Corporation from 19 March 2009 to 15 December 2009.[1]. BBC has since sourced StarHub TV as an alternative deal thus, BBC Lifestyle is now on channel 432 on StarHub TV

BBC Lifestyle will cease broadcast in the Nordic region on Wednesday 6 January 2016[1]

BBC Lifestyle is wholly owned by BBC Worldwide.


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