Australia – BBC Worldwide Australia has licensed more than 550 hours of lifestyle, factual and comedy content in three separate deals with XYZnetworks, FOXTEL and HOW TO Channel. All three deals will see premier titles, classic BBC comedy and award-winning lifestyle programs screen across a host of subscription television channels. HOW TO Channel, the Australian home and garden network, will premier a selection of BBC Worldwide lifestyle content, having concluded a deal for 192 hours of first-run lifestyle programming. New content includes To Buy or Not to Buy (S1, 2 and 4), Cash in the Attic (S3 and 4) and The Trees That Made Britain (S1 and 2) along with many more new and returning series. XYZnetworks has licensed a total of 249 hours of lifestyle programs to transmit on The LifeStyle Channel and Australia’s only dedicated food channel, Lifestyle FOOD. The Lifestyle Channel will premier new episodes of continuing series Ready Steady Cook (S13 set 3 and 4) and Bargain Hunt (S15 and 16), along with new series Paradise or Bust and Dumped. LifeStyle FOOD will premier the latest in the continuing Masterchef series: Masterchef (S5), Celebrity Masterchef (S3) and Masterchef – The Professionals. FOXTEL has purchased more than 110 hours of factual and entertainment programs to screen across The History Channel, Bio Channel, Crime & Investigation Network and The Comedy Channel. Bio Channel will bring Princess Margaret: A Love Story to Australian audiences for the first time, while The Death Belt will premier on Crime & Investigation. The History Channel will screen Gallipoli – The First D-Day, Great Raids of World War II and Greatest Escapes of History as premier titles.