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Aussie, Kiwi broadcasters place winning bids for The Travelling Auctioneers

Broadcasters in Australia and New Zealand have bought The Travelling Auctioneers

Broadcasters in Australia and New Zealand have acquired 300 hours of scripted and unscripted programming from 108 Media-owned UK-based distributor DCD Rights, including the latest episodes of The Travelling Auctioneers.

Australia’s Nine Network and Kiwi national broadcaster TVNZ have picked up the second season of popular BBC One daytime show The Travelling Auctioneers, which returned to screens at the beginning of 2024.

TVNZ has also taken episodes of Secret Nazi Bases and Secrets of the London Underground and Acorn TV, which streams British programming throughout Australia and New Zealand, has bought 59 hours of Scottish detective drama Taggart. Both The Travelling Auctioneers and Taggart are produced by STV Studios.

Foxtel Group in Oz, meanwhile, has acquired more than 160 hours of programming including James Martin’s Spanish Adventure, Emergency: First Time Medics, season seven of Penn & Teller: Fool Us and season thirteen of Bridezillas.

Aussie free-to-air channel SBS has secured the first window for Prue Leith: My Cotswold Kitchen, to run on SBS Food, while Foxtel will take the second window.

The deals come ahead of the London TV Screenings, which take place in the UK capital later this month and will see distributors such as DCD Rights introduce new programming to international buyers.

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