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UK Horizons
UK Horizons logo.svg
UK Horizons logo from 1997-2001
Launched 1 November 1997
Closed 8 March 2004
Owned by UKTV
(BBC Worldwide/Virgin Media Television)
Replaced by UKTV Documentary,
UKTV People
Website www.ukhorizons.co.uk
(no longer active)
Availability
(at time of closure)
Terrestrial
ONdigital Channel 43
Satellite
Sky Digital Channel 564
Channel 565 (+1)
Cable
NTL Channel 137
Telewest Channel 225
Channel 226 (+1)

UK Horizons was a television channel broadcast in the United Kingdom, as part of the UKTV network of channels, showing mainly BBC documentaries. Most programmes were abridged for commercial timing purposes. It took its name from the BBC series Horizon, which formed a staple of its output in the early years.[1] It was launched on 1 November 1997 along with UK Arena and UK Style. It also produced extended versions of top BBC brands such as Top Gear and Tomorrow's World. The launch editor was Bryher Scudamore and the deputy editor Eddie Tulasiewicz.[2] On 8 March 2004, the channel was replaced by two new channels, UKTV Documentary (now called Eden) and UKTV People (now called Blighty).[3][4]

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