TANTALISE YOUR TASTEBUDS AS FOOD NETWORK LAUNCHES ONTO FREESATFood Network – a channel combining credible cooking, fresh ideas and high-energy entertainment to inspire foodies and non-foodies alike - onto Freesat from today.
Freesat, the subscription-free satellite TV service, announces the launch of Food Network – the food channel with an appetite for entertainment - onto the platform from today, Monday 14 December 2009, on channel 405.
One of the most popular channels on US television, Food Network offers a combination of credible cooking, fresh ideas and high-energy entertainment to inspire foodies and non-foodies alike. Its exciting mix of US and UK programmes features primetime entertainment favourites Iron Chef America, Chopped and Food Network Challenge, alongside daytime shows hosted by new and established talent, including ratings winners Nigella Express and Barefoot Contessa with Ina Garten, plus 30 Minute Meals with US celebrity chef Rachael Ray and Rescue Chef with Cambridgeshire-born Danny Boome.
The time-delayed version of Food Network - Food Network+1 - will also be launching on Freesat channel 406.
Freesat offers over 140 channels and free high-definition programmes from the BBC HD and ITV1 HD channels, completely subscription free. As if that’s not enough, Freesat is a satellite service, which means you can receive it wherever you live in the UK, even using an existing satellite dish.
Official press release dated 14th Dec 2009.