New on BritBox in the UK: What’s added in March 2021?

Lots of great new British television shows and movies are coming to BritBox!

The digital video subscription service from the BBC and ITV offers viewers in the UK the very best in past, present and future British programming.

Featuring the biggest collection of British content available on any streaming service, BritBox is available for just £5.99 per month in HD via web, mobile, tablet, and connected TVs.

Here are all of March’s upcoming new additions:


Back to the 90s Collection (available from 4th March 2021)

An anthology of 90s content including all six seasons of Drop the Dead Donkey (1990), every episode of Game On (1995) starring Samantha Womack, all three seasons of Hamish Macbeth (1995) starring Robert Carlyle, seven-part drama GBH (1991) starring Robert Lindsay and Michael Palin, children’s TV adventure Jungle Run (1999), the first three seasons of The Crystal Maze (1990) and select episodes of Knightmare (1987).


Death in Paradise – Season 9 (available from 4th March 2021)

The team is back solving mind-bending murders in the glorious sunshine. This year sees the arrival of a new DI, Neville Parker, but Saint Marie isn’t exactly his idea of paradise.


Gunpowder (available from 11th March 2021)

In London, 1605, Robert Catesby, a 33-year-old Warwickshire gentleman, devises a plot to blow up Parliament and kill the king. Starring Kit Harrington, Liv Tyler and Mark Gatiss.


Stacey Dooley Investigates (available from 11th March 2021)

A selection of documentaries including Mums Selling Their Kids for Sex, Gypsy Kids in Crisis, The Young and Homeless and Stacey Meets the IS Brides.


Hi-De-Hi (available from 11th March 2021)

Jimmy Perry and David Croft’s popular comedy set in a holiday camp starring Paul Shane, Simon Cadell, Ruth Madoc, Jeffrey Holland and Su Pollard. Under the austere eye of Entertainment Manager Jeffrey Fairbrother, the Yellowcoats tirelessly attempt to entertain British holidaymakers at the Maplins resort in the fictional seaside town of Crimpton-on-Sea. Cue comic capers and jolly japes!


The Woman in White (available from 11th March 2021)

The lives of two half-sisters and their drawing master get caught up in a deadly conspiracy revolving around a mentally ill woman dressed all in white. Starring Jessie Buckley and Dougray Scott.


The Naked Civil Servant (available from 11th March 2021)

1975 drama directed by Jack Gold and starring John Hurt as Quentin Crisp. The film traces the life of the flamboyant and eccentric Crisp, a gay British man, as he grows up and grows old in a conservative society which treats his sexuality as a criminal offence. The cast also includes John Rhys-Davies, Roger Lloyd-Pack and Stanley Lebor.


The Masked Singer – Season 2 (available from 15th March 2021)

The surreal and surprising singing show that asks – who is behind the mask?


20 new British movies (available from 17th March 2021)

Comedies include The Inbetweeners 2 (2014), Fever Pitch (1997), Wild West (1992), and Living Apart Together (1982).

Dramas include Disobedience (2017), The Dressmaker (2015), Closing Numbers (1993), The Good Father (1985), Lean on Pete (2017), Giro City (1982), The Ploughman’s Lunch (1983), Runners (1983), Scrubbers (1982), Winter Flight (1984) and I’m Not a Witch (2017).

Thrillers and mysteries round off the collection with Eye in the Sky (2015), Birthday Girl (2001), Bad Sister (2015) and The Disappearance of Finbar (1996).


Normal for Norfolk (available from 18th March 2021)

Documentary series following eccentric gentleman farmer Desmond MacCarthy as he struggles to keep his 17th-century manor home afloat, while holding on to the country traditions of his childhood.


Last Tango in Halifax – Seasons 4 & 5 (available from 18th March 2021)

BAFTA-winning series following the surprising and uplifting journey of Celia and Alan as they rekindle a passionate relationship after 60 years apart. Their marriage is proof that, whatever your age, relationships will always be complicated.


Trigonometry – Season 1 (available from 18th March 2021)

Drama series about three people who are made for each other. Starring Ariane Labed, Thalissa Teixeira and Gary Carr.


Great Night Out (available from 18th March 2021)

Four mates enjoy a weekly boys’ get-together in Stockport. Starring William Ash, Lee Boardman and Craig Parkinson.


The Doctors (available from 18th March 2021)

A bumper Doc-who-mentary of pure nostalgia for all Doctor Who fans with over 60 hours of unmissable insight including interviews, clips and messages from a host of stars, including the Doctors themselves.


National Treasure (available from 25th March 2021)

Robbie Coltrane, Julie Walters, Andrea Riseborough and Tim McInnerny star in Jack Thorne’s four-part drama about an ageing comedian when he’s accused of a sexual assault that dates back to the 90s.


Civilisations (available from 25th March 2021)

A nine-part series that tells the story of art from the dawn of human history to the present day — for the first time on a global scale.


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