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stereohaven
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Good Food to close with content moving to Food Network UK

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Discovery have today confirmed that Good Food will be closed on the night from 13th to 14th September 2019.

You will still be able to watch content from the channel in Freeview blurry vision on the Food Network channel.

More info here: RXTVlog

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4KTVFan
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This for me is sad news, I really enjoy watching UK based cooking programmes, and this will mean we are down to just one food channel on BT TV.

It's not just BT that will be affected, Sky and Virgin will of course lose the channel as well.

We seem to live in such a volatile and constantly changing world 😞 

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I hope  BT  will clarify when any recordings made from Good Food SD/HD channels on Youview  will  cease to be watchable .

stereohaven
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The closure of Good Food has been brought forward to the 11th September. Good Food programming is now showing in the EPG on Food Network. 

Worth noting that "Home" is also confirmed to be changing to a UK version of HGTV. No date on that change yet though. I wonder if BT can secure an HD version?

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stereohaven
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Good Food has now closed with content moving to Food Network on channel 41.

A message in the TV Guide confirms that any recordings must be watched by Sunday 13th October.

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Will there be a food network HD to make up for this?

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