Australia: Here’s your complete APRIL 2022 release schedule for Britain-focused streaming service BritBox, along with the trailers that have been made available.Â
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- ‘THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE’ – SEASONS 1-2
- ‘CALL THE MIDWIFE’ – SEASON 9
The medics and midwives of Nonnatus House encounter new challenges as the population shifts, rules change and old diseases return. Meanwhile, their own experiences are fueled by love, loss and doubt.
- ‘THE CLEANER’ – SERIES, AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE AND EXCLUSIVE TO BRITBOX (COMEDY)
A hilarious comedy about a forensic cleaner written by BAFTA award winner Greg Davies (Inbetweeners, Man Down, Cuckoo). Davies plays Paul ‘Wicky’ Wickstead, a crime scene cleaner. When the detectives are done, he moves in, armed with his bleach and scrubbing brushes. His job brings him into contact with the strangest people: those who knew the victims, and sometimes even the killers themselves. But because he’s a chatty man, he tends to gossip more than he cleans. This crime comedy is based on the multi-award-winning German cult hit Der Tatortreiniger.
Also starring Helena Bonham Carter (Fight Club, Sweeney Todd, Les Miserables), Zita Sattar (Casualty) and David Mitchell (Peep Show, Ambassadors).
- ‘CODE OF A KILLER’ – MINI-SERIES, NEW TO BRITBOX (TRUE CRIME DRAMA)
The story behind Sir Alec Jeffreys’ discovery of DNA fingerprinting and how it helped to catch a double murderer. Discover the extraordinary true story of how a brilliant scientist and a progressive police detective united to create the biggest advance in modern criminal investigation.
Leicestershire, 1984. Alec Jeffreys played by John Simm (Life on Mars), is a scientist at Leicester University who unlocks a remarkable technique to read every individual’s unique DNA fingerprint. Only four miles away, DCS David Baker played by David Threlfall (Shameless) is a tenacious detective leading the search for the murderer of a local schoolgirl. The two investigators come together and bring the single biggest advance in the history of criminal enquiry.
- ‘LUCY WORSLEY’S ROYAL PALACE SECRETS’ – DOCUMENTARY
- ‘LAST TANGO IN HALIFAX’ – SEASONS 1-5, NEW TO BRITBOX, COMPLETE BOXSET (COMEDY, ROMANCE)
Multiple BAFTA award winning series about second chances. Childhood sweethearts Alan and Celia are reunited after nearly 60 years apart and fall in love again. Both widowed and in their 70s, their relationship is a celebratory tale of the power of love at any age.
Written by Sally Wainwright (Scott & Bailey, Gentleman Jack, Happy Valley). Starring Sir Derek Jacobi (Gladiator, Gosford Park, Doctor Who), Anne Reid (Sanditon, Hot Fuzz, Bleak House), Nicola Walker (Unforgotten) and Sarah Lancashire (Happy Valley). The Last Tango in Halifax has received high rating reviews from Rotten Tomatoes (94%), The Guardian UK (4 out of 5 stars).
- ‘EASTER FROM KING’S COLLEGE’ – FILM
- ‘SANDITON’ – SEASON 1
Developed by Andrew Davies based on the unfinished novel by Jane Austen. The story of the joyously impulsive, spirited and unconventional Charlotte Heywood and her spiky relationship with the charming, enigmatic Sidney Parker.
Starring Rose Williams, Theo James, Anne Reid, Kris Marshall, Jack Fox, Crystal Clarke, Charlotte Spencer, Kate Ashfield, Leo Suter, and more.
- ‘THE GREAT BRITISH SEWING BEE’ – SEASONS 6, NEW TO BRITBOX (LIFESTYLE)
The most popular and most watched lifestyle series on BritBox. Ready, set, sew! Twelve of Britain’s most passionate amateur sewers come together and compete in three challenges per episode as the judges test their skills and creativity while working under pressure. The tasks might be daunting, but the results can be spectacular.
BritBoxers can now watch seasons 1-6. This season is hosted and judged by comedian Joe Lycett (Live at the Apollo, Nevermind the Buzzcocks), Scottish fashion designer Patrick Grant and television presenter and fashion designer, Esme Young.
- ‘CARE‘ – FILM
Sheridan Smith (Cilla) stars in this “wonderfully performed–story of heartbreak and resilience” (Huffington Post) about a single parent caring for her ailing mother.
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