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UK Gold Classics

1998–1999

UK Gold Classics launched in October 1998.

Prior to 2003, the channel was essentially an offshoot from UK Gold and either showed timeshifted programmes from that channel or programmes of similar themes. The visual identity and graphics were also shared with UK Gold.

UK Gold 2

1999–2001

On April 2, 1999, UK Gold Classics was replaced by UK Gold 2.

2001–2003

2003

UK G²

2003–2004

On November 12, 2003, UK Gold 2 was replaced by UK G².

The visual identity was created by BBC Broadcast.

"UK G2 brings together a carefully chosen mix of comedy and drama that have a uniquely British sardonic view of the world and will feature repeats of hit comedies and dramas including Have I Got News For You, Room 101 and Spooks.
The channel identity reflects this, as it is based on the idea of "bending the rules." The identity for the new channel reflects the irreverent humour of its shows. Individual films observe people who should know better, mischievously flouting social convention and unexpectedly bending the rules." - BBC Broadcast press release

The 3d version of the logo used on promos and Idents.

UKTV G2

2004–2007

On March 8, 2004, all UKTV channels adopted the UKTV name and UK G² became UKTV G2.

Dave

2007–present

Dave logo

On October 15, 2007, UKTV G2 was launched on the terrestrial television platform and renamed Dave. The tagline for the new channel was "the home of witty banter".

The visual identity for the relaunched channel was created by Red Bee Media.

DHX Media
Television production

WildBrain Entertainment | DHX Media UK (Talkback | Thames | Boundless | Retort | Newman Street) | Ragdoll Worldwide1 | Nerd Corps Entertainment | Epitome Pictures | Spring | 495 Productions


Film production
DHX Motion Picture Group (STX | Picturehouse | Decode) | Meridian Pictures | DHX International


DHX Television
Family Channel | Family CHRGD | Family Jr. | Télémagino

Cinemax
Cinemax (HD | Go) | MoreMax | 5StarMax | ActionMax | Cinemáx | MovieMax | OuterMax | ThrillerMax

UKTV
Alibi | Dave | Drama | Eden | Gold | Good Food | Home | Really | W | Yesterday

Seven Network Australia
Seven Network (HD) | 7Two | 7mate | 7flix | Racing Live


Other
UKTV Play | Plus7 | Copyright Promotions Licencing Group | DHX Brands | Yahoo72 | Australian News Channel3 (Sky News Australia | Sky News Business Channel | Sky News Weather Channel) | Presto | DHX VR and Immersive Entertainment (DHX Surreal)


Predecessors
Halifax Film Company | Decode Entertainment | DIC Entertainment | Cookie Jar Group | FremantleMedia | STX Entertainment | Seven West Media


Defunct
Cookie Jar TV | Cookie Jar Toons | Studio B Productions | FilmFair | Coliseum Entertainment | FremantleMedia North America | FremantleMedia North America | All American Television | Alomo Productions | Crackerjack Productions | Grundy Television (Reg Grundy Productions) | LBS Communications, Inc. (Others) | Mark Goodson Productions (Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions) | Fremantle International | Pearson Television | Reeves Entertainment | Talkback Thames | Carruthers Company | Scotti-Vinnedge Television | Alomo Productions | LBS Communications, Inc. | UKTV Bright Ideas | Play UK | UK Horizons


Notes
1Co-owned with BBC Worldwide
2Joint venture with Yahoo!
3Joint venture with Nine Entertainment Co.
4Joint venture with Foxtel

DHX Media logo

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