This week BBC launched its new channel BBC Brit (DStv channel 120) in place of BBC Entertainment along with BBC Earth (DStv channel 184) taking over BBC Knowledge. BBC First is set to launch on Sunday, 18 October.
BBC Worldwide presented its new channels and content to the media and invited guests.
Joel Churcher, Vice President and General Manager of BBC Worldwide Africa took the stage to explain the BBC stable’s great success on the continent.
With the announcement of the new channels, I know that the channels will attract more fans with its line-up.
BBC Earth has pushed through more boundaries as they explore wildlife closer than we ever expected. From sharks and their family life to the comedic life of lizards in the Savannah.
The one documentary I’m keen to see is David Attenborough meets President Obama. Where the two discuss climate change and the future of earth.
From mind-blowing documentaries to the award-worthy dramas and thrillers on BBC First.
I’m eager to see Homeland’s Damian Lewis star in Wolf Hall and the thriller The Missing starring James Nesbitt (which will broadcast on BBC First)
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With everything that is in-store for BBC Worldwide, it was a treat to see what we can expect from the channels.