Canwest Broadcasting announced today the launch of a newly branded, wholly owned digital specialty channel: Twist TV. Set to begin November 1, Twist TV will be available in over 2 million homes nationwide.
In early june, Canwest revealed information about fall programming of its specialty channels. Today, we give more details about the new and returning programming as well as premiere dates (when available).
New additions to Discovery Health Channel this fall include Resident Life, Spa of Embarrassing Illnesses, Don’t Die Young, National Body Challenge (2007), The Truth About Food as well as Dr. G: Medical Examiner.
Ready for a month of rejuvenations, transformations and revelations? Join Discovery Health Channel every weeknight starting at 8pm ET/ 5pm PT and Saturdays and Sundays beginning at 12pm ET/ 9am PT, all beginning January 1.
New series and specials to Discovery Health Channel include The Mom Show, Medical Incredible, Mystery Diagnosis, Rebuilt: the Human Body Shop and Transplant!.
Discovery Health Channel brings back an audience favourite that’s been nine months in the making…Baby Month. Now in its fifth year, this annual event has been so popular with viewers, we’re bring it back again this year with all new shows about the special miracle of birth, the joys and tribulations of multiples: twins, triplets, quads and quints, and the …
A Discovery Health Channel survey reveals that one out of five Canadians (19%) believe that it will be possible for men to give birth in the future. There was no difference in opinion between men and women regarding this questionable medical phenomenon being a possibility in the future.
New series include “Cheating Death: Amazing Survivals”, “Lifeline with Dr. Oz” as well as “Strickly Sex with Dr. Drew”.
Programming highlights for November 2004.
Programming highlights for 2004-2005.
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