Entertainment Multichoice Content Showcase: New And Exciting Shows To Launch On BBC Brit In Africa


BBC WorldWide has disclosed that the BBC Brit (DStv Channel 120) which was showcased last week Tuesday, 01 September, at the MultiChoice Africa Content Showcase Extravaganza in Mauritius now has new contents on the channel.

It is also reported by 360nobs that the channel will be airing rich variety of subjects like: cars, science, adventure, business, life-changing moments, extreme characters, quirky eccentrics and comedy.

  Joel Churcher, General Manager and Vice President for Africa, BBC Worldwide 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.”

        BBC Brit which is available to DStv Premium, Compact Plus and Compact customers has the following TV series for its viewers;


        A fresh and exciting new comedy drama set in the UK urban music scene, Youngers follows the journey of two teenage boys, Yemi and Jay, in their quest to break into the music industry. From Tuesday 1 September at 20:00.

        Bad Robots

        A brand new hidden camera shows where technology is out to humiliate, aggravate and exasperate the unsuspecting public. From photo booths that distort your face for your passport photo, to a library search machine that announces you are searching for “pictures of horses in thongs”. No one is safe from Bad Robots… From Monday 7 September at 21:30.

        Royal Marines Commando School

This series takes a look behind the scenes of one of the most arduous basic military training programmes in the world. Like rabbits in headlights, the recruits struggle to cope with the gruelling demands of their new way of life, toiling tirelessly to master the details, stay awake and even suppress giggles in the face of their drill instructors’ wrath. Some question their decision to join up, while others have their career as a Marine cut short when it’s barely begun. From 7 September at 20:00.

        Duck Quacks Don’t Echo

        Comedian Lee Mack presents a brand new panel show that explores bizarre and fascinating facts. Each week, three celebrity guests will offer an incredible fact for discussion and with some expert help they’ll attempt to prove to their fellow panellists – and the nation – that it’s true. From Friday 4 September at 21:00.
Source: Nigerian Bulletin 5 September 2015