Discovery Home & Health

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Discovery Home & Health
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Timeshift serviceDiscovery Home & Health +1
Owner Discovery Networks Europe (UK)
Discovery Communications (Asia)
Launched2000 (Latin America and UK)
2006 (Asia)
Closed31 July 2014 (Asia)
3 November 2014 (Australia)
6 January 2021 (UK)
Replaced by Eve (Asia)
Discovery Kids (Australia)
Former namesDiscovery Health Channel (2000–2001, Asia and UK; 2000–2005, Latin America)
Discovery Health (2001–2005, Asia and UK)

Discovery Home & Health is a television channel owned by Discovery that features lifestyle programming. Discovery Home & Health is available in Latin America, Australia, Republic of Ireland, Hong Kong, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia.


It was formerly available on Australia's SelecTV from March 2007 until the closure of its English service in late 2007, but remained available through Foxtel and Austar. [1] [2] The channel was closed in Australia on 3 November 2014 and replaced with Discovery Kids, with select programming moving to sister channel TLC; [3] [4] Discovery Kids ceased operations on 1 February 2020.

Programming (Latin America)

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