A range of fresh and new content have been infused to the new and exciting shows just launched on BBC Brit. BBC Brit is an offshoot of BBC Worldwide and was launched on Tuesday September 1, 2015. It covers cars, science, adventure, business, life-changing moments, extreme characters, quirky eccentrics and comedy.
Joel Churcher, BBC Africa Manger commented, “The content hosted on BBC Brit is designed to reach a diverse Pan-African audience, reflecting a wide range of voices, ages and cultures. Our African viewers clearly have a deep affection for BBC programming, and as a leading content distributor, we will continue to deliver high quality, premium content to our channels for many years to come.”
Exclusive shows to BBC Brit include Youngers which follows the comic journey of two teenage boys in the quest for musical fame in the UK urban music scene, Bad Robots a hidden camera show that serves to exasperate the unsuspecting public, Royal Marines Commando School that showcases the struggle that military recruits undergo in order to cope with the grueling demands of the new way of life, Duck Quacks Don’t Echo presented by Comedian Lee Mack and explores bizarre and fascinating facts.
All shows have begun airing from September on DSTV Channel 120.
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