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BritBox April 2022 Highlights

BritBox April 2022 Highlights

BritBox today announced series and films launching on the service throughout April 2022.

Hotly anticipated BritBox Original Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?; Hugh Laurie’s three-part adaptation of Agatha Christie’s 1934 novel, will launch exclusively on 14th April, alongside brand new documentary Gerry Anderson: A Life Uncharted.

April will also see BritBox extending its April Fools’ comedy collection to include many additional Carry On films like Carry On Cowboy and Carry On Cruising, and more modern comedies including Cuban Fury starring Nick Frost and Man Up starring Simon Pegg.

1st April

April Fools Comedy Collection

Carry On Cabby (1963)

A successful businessman who owns a taxi company goes bankrupt when the services of a rival company start being offered in the city. Starring Sid James, Hattie Jacques, Charles Hawtrey and Kenneth Connor.

Carry On Constable (1960)

With a flu epidemic running rife, three new bumbling recruits are assigned to Inspector Mills police station. With help from Special Constable Gorse, they manage to totally wreck the operations of the police force and let plenty of criminals get away, even before they arrive at the station. They all have to prove themselves or else they’ll be out of a job and Sergeant Wilkins will be transferred. Starring Charles Hawtrey, Kenneth Connor, Sid James and Hattie Jacques.

Carry On Cowboy (1965)

When an outlaw wreaks havoc in Stodge City, Marshal P Knutt, a sanitation engineer mistaken for a US Peace Marshal, is sent in to control the situation. Starring Sid James, Angela Douglas, Kenneth Williams and Charles Hawtrey.

Carry On Cruising (1962)

Wellington Crowther, the captain of SS Happy Wanderer, finds himself in a pickle when five of his crew members leave without a notice. He is forced to hire five incompetent men at the last minute. Starring Sid James, Kenneth Connor, Kenneth Williams and Dilys Laye.

Carry On Nurse (1959)

Set in Haven Hospital where a certain men’s ward is causing more havoc than the whole hospital put together. The formidable Matron gives the patients a chill every time she walks past. Starring Hattie Jacques, Kenneth Connor, Kenneth Williams and Joan Sims.

Carry On Regardless (1961)

Bert Handy and his assistant hire a handful of people for a new business venture, Helping Hands. The workers are made to carry out unusual tasks: from walking chimpanzees to helping couples patch up. Starring Sid James, Kenneth Williams, Kenneth Connor and Charles Hawtrey.

Carry On Screaming (1966)

An evil doctor kidnaps women and turns them into mannequins so that he can sell them to shops. The detective investigating the case has no clue about the disappearance of several women from the city. Starring Kenneth Williams, Fenella Fielding, Gerald Thomas and Harry H. Corbett.

Carry On Sergeant! (1958)

Sergeant Grimshawe is a retiring army training sergeant who is faced with possibly the worst group of national service recruits ever to have been called up. Starring William Hartnell, Charles Hawtrey, Kenneth Connor and Hattie Jacques.

Carry On Spying (1964)

A top secret chemical formula has been stolen by STENCH (the Society for the Total Extinction of Non-Conforming Humans), and so Agent Simpkins and his three trainees are hot on the trail, chasing the villains across the world. There are gadgets galore, and disguises are compulsory if the heroes are to win the day. Starring Kenneth Williams, Barbara Windsor, Charles Hawtrey and Bernard Cribbins.

Carry On Teacher (1959)

Pupils run amok at Maudlin Street School in an attempt to hang on to their headmaster. He has applied for a new job, but the students like him and don’t want to lose him. Starring Ted Ray, Kenneth Connor, Kenneth Williams and Hattie Jacques.

Stath Lets Flats S3 (2021)

In the unstable world of London’s property market, Stath tries to prove himself as the perfect heir to his father’s flat-letting business despite his undesirable personality and incompetence. BAFTA-winning comedy starring Jamie Demetriou, Natasia Demetriou, Alastair Roberts and Katy Wix.

The Plank (1967)

After someone uses the last floorboard for heating, two hapless carpenters have to buy a replacement. They return to the house with the plank on top of a Morris Eight, but the journey is fraught with unexpected and humorous difficulties. Slapstick comedy starring Eric Sykes, Jimmy Edwards, Tommy Cooper and Hattie Jacques.

Bright Young Things (2003)

An adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s novel “Vile Bodies”, Bright Young Things is a look into the lives of a young novelist, his would-be lover, and a host of young people who beautified London in the 1930s. Starring Stephen Fry, Michael Sheen, Emily Mortimer and Aykroyd.

I’m All Right Jack (1959)

A naive aristocrat in search of a career becomes caught up in the struggles between his profit-minded uncle and an aggressive labour union. Starring Peter Sellers, Ian Carmichael and Dennis Price.

The Lavender Hill Mob (1951)

Henry, a shy bank clerk in charge of gold bullions, dreams of leading an opulent life. Soon, he comes in contact with a foundry owner, Alfred. Both plan to smuggle gold out of the bank. Ealing comedy starring Alec Guinness, Audrey Hepburn, Sid James and Stanley Holloway.

The Titfield Thunderbolt (1953)

Volunteers take over their local passenger train service (against bus company resistance) when the government announces its closure. Ealing comedy starring Stanley Holloway, George Relph, John Gregson and Naunton Wayne.

Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa (2013)

DJ Alan Partridge becomes an unlikely negotiator when the radio station is held hostage by a disgruntled Pat Farrell, Alan’s colleague, who is afraid of losing his job after the radio station is sold. Starring Steve Coogan, Felicity Montagu, Tim Key and Diane Morgan.

Clockwise (1986)

An obsessively punctual comprehensive school headmaster sets out to give an important speech at the annual Headmasters’ Conference. Starring John Cleese, Sharon Maiden, Penelope Wilton and Stephen Moore.

Cuban Fury (2014)

A young dancer loses his self-confidence when he is bullied on the streets of London. Twenty-two years later, he decides to awaken the dancer within him in order to woo his boss. Starring Nick Frost, Rashida Jones and Chris O’Dowd.

Man Up (2015)

Nancy is travelling across London to toast another ten years of her parents’ magical marriage. She runs into Jack who mistakes her for his blind date. Nancy decides to go with it and starts the most chaotic journey of her life. Starring Simon Pegg, Lake Bell, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Rory Kinnear.

Mindhorn (2016)

A has-been actor, known for playing British detective Mindhorn, works alongside the police to catch a serial killer who will only speak to Mindhorn, whom he believes to be real. Starring Julian Barratt, Steve Coogan, Simon Farnaby and Essie Davis.

The Goodies Series 1 (1970)

The first series of the “We Do Anything, Anytime, Anywhere” anarchic comedy show from Graeme Garden, Bill Oddie and Tim Brooke-Taylor.

Highlife (2021)

Docu-ality series following the lives and loves of a group of ambitious, glamorous, young British West Africans who are all chasing their own idea of success. Starring Irene Agbontaen, Bernicia Boateng and Chiefer.

Murder Island (2021)

A body’s discovered. The murder investigation begins. But this is no ordinary mystery, but one set by crime writer Ian Rankin as eight ordinary members of the public compete to find the killer. Starring Sarah Mwaka, Richmond Kissi and Malcolm Cumming.

Brick Lane (2007)

Tannishtha Chatterjee plays a young Bangladeshi woman living on the estates of London’s Brick Lane. Based on the bestselling novel by Monica Ali.

Genova (2008)

Colin Firth plays a widower who takes his two daughters to Genova, Italy, where a new job offers some solace for their loss but memories are still dangerously stirred

Life is Sweet (1990)

​​This invigorating film from Mike Leigh was his first international sensation. Melancholy and funny by turns, it is an intimate portrait of a working-class family in a suburb just north of London—an irrepressible mum and dad (Alison Steadman and Jim Broadbent) and their night-and-day twins, a bookish good girl and a troubled, ill-tempered layabout (Claire Skinner and Jane Horrocks).

Screw (2022)

Rob Williams’ darkly comic drama portrays life in prison as you’ve never seen it before: through the embattled and inspiring characters who work there. Starring Nina Sosanya and Jamie-Lee O’Donnell.

I Am… (2019)

Female-led drama anthology series of stand-alone programmes, starring some of Britain’s leading actors including Lesley Manville, Suranne Jones, Letitia Wright, Gemma Chan, Vicky McClure and Samantha Morton.

7th April

37 Days S1 (2014)

Drama miniseries revealing the complex, behind-closed-doors story of the final weeks before the outbreak of World War I. Starring Tim Pigott-Smith, Bill Paterson, Kenneth Cranham and Nicholas Farrell.

As Time Goes By S5-9 (1996-2002)

Lionel and Jean, separated lovers, meet by chance when Lionel takes a young woman out on a date only to learn that she is Jean’s daughter The two lovers rediscover love once again. Starring Judi Dench, Geoffrey Palmer, Moira Brooker and Philip Bretherton.

14th April

Why Didn’t They Ask Evans? (2022) – Original

When Bobby Jones and Lady Frances “Frankie” Derwent play a round of golf, Bobby slices his ball over the edge of a cliff. His ball is lost, but on the rocks below he finds the crumpled body of a dying man. With his final breath the man opens his eyes and gasps, ‘Why didn’t they ask Evans?’ Armed only with the image of a beautiful young woman found in the dead man’s pocket, the amateur sleuths must solve the case. Cosy crime-drama featuring an all-star cast including Will Poulter, Lucy Boynton and Jonathan Jules. Hugh Laurie, Jim Broadbent and Emma Thompson make guest appearances.

Gerry Anderson: A Life Uncharted (2022) – Original

A national treasure, Gerry Anderson’s career spanned 60 years, and he created some of the world’s most beloved children’s television series including Thunderbirds, Stingray, Captain Scarlet, Space:1999, Terrahawks, Space Precinct and many more, some of which were produced alongside his ex-wife Sylvia. Released a decade after his death, this incredibly revealing, emotionally charged and deeply personal documentary will draw on exclusive access to over 30 hours of previously unpublished interviews, in order to share the untold stories that defined his life and body of work.

Jesus of Nazareth (1977)

Beginning before the Nativity and extending through the Crucifixion and Resurrection, this mini-series brings to life all of the sweeping drama in the life of Jesus, as told by the Gospels. Starring Robert Powell, Olivia Hussey and Anne Bancroft.

Becoming Jane (2007)

A passionate romance with roguish barrister Tom Lefroy serves as the inspiration for the works of budding novelist Jane Austen. Starring Anne Hathaway, James McAvoy, Julie Walters and James Cromwell.

21st April

Boon S1-2 (1986-1987)

When ex-fireman Ken Boon’s services are advertised in the local paper with the words `Anything Legal Considered’, he finds himself taking on a variety of jobs. With help from ex-colleague Harry, his career of courier, bodyguard and PI begins. Starring Michael Elphick, David Daker and Neil Morissey.

Britain’s Most Expensive Houses S1 (2020)

With exclusive access to UK Sotheby’s International Realty, we peek behind the doors of some of the most incredible homes, as brokers set about selling jaw-dropping houses

The Mrs Bradley Mysteries: Speedy Death (1998)

The emancipated Mrs. Bradley attends her ex-husband’s funeral and segues to the estate of her paralyzed goddaughter, who is hosting an engagement party. Starring Diana Rigg, Neil Dudgeon, Peter Davison and Peter Davidson.

Escape to the Chateau S1-7 (2016-2020)

Lt. Col. Dick Strawbridge and his partner Angel Adoree trade in their two-bed apartment in Essex for a dilapidated 19th-century French chateau, and work tirelessly to restore it back to its former glory. With a limited budget to renovate 45 rooms, as well as improve and maintain acres of land, it is a huge task for the couple who want to create a beautiful venue for weddings and events.

28th April

Remember Me S1 (2014)

Tom Parfitt fakes an injury in order to escape from his monotonous lifestyle and head to a care centre. However, upon his arrival, the staff experiences several strange instances, including a murder. Starring Michael Palin, Jamie Rooney-West, Jodie Comer and Julia Sawalha.

Surgical Spirit S1-2 (1989-1990)

Following Sheila Sabatini, a senior surgeon at the Gillies Hospital whose verbal skills have most people running for cover. She dominates the operating theatre, while dealing with divorcing her husband Remo, with whom she had a son, Daniel. Starring Nichola McAuliffe, Marji Campi, Duncan Preston and Emlyn Price.

Capturing Mary (2007)

Joe, the caretaker of a large mansion, coaxes its former luminary Mary to share her memories about the mansion. As Mary begins to recount her past, she reminisces about a stranger. Starring Maggie Smith, Ruth Wilson, David Walliams and Danny Lee Wynter.

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The world’s biggest cooking contest, Next Level Chef, comes to ITV and ITVX

The world’s biggest cooking contest, Next Level Chef, comes to

The ultimate TV cooking competition is coming to ITV and ITVX, as Gordon Ramsay’s internationally acclaimed Next Level Chef makes its debut on UK TV screens.

Produced by Studio Ramsay Global, Next Level Chef is a one-of-a-kind culinary gauntlet challenge, billed as the toughest and most epic cooking contest on TV.

The eight-part series, broadcasting in 2023, is set in an iconic and trailblazing TV studio like no other, with three unique kitchen spaces set across three storeys and almost 50ft high.

Each floor will test the contestants’ culinary creativity, agility, flare, and expertise, as they vie to progress to the Next Level. From the top-level state of the art kitchen utopia to the gloomy basement level ‘scraps only’ surroundings, Next Level Chef will task its chefs to prove they can thrive in any environment.

In a quest to unearth the culinary world’s next sensation, Gordon Ramsay will be joined by two of the most elite names in food, as the three judges preside over and mentor a group of talented chefs who will compete against each other to prove they can handle the heat in any kitchen space that is thrown at them.

The contestants will be under the watchful eyes of the panel across all three floors as they battle it out to produce the most mouth-watering dishes and avoid elimination. Ultimately, only one can be named Next Level Chef, and the winner will receive a life changing cash prize of £100k and a one-year mentorship under all three mentors.

Casting is currently underway in a bid to find the UK’s very best in cookery, from home chefs to social media stars, with budding chefs urged to apply via www.nextlevelchef.co.uk

A true test of skill and aptitude, the high octane, high adrenaline competition challenges the chefs to determine not only how they fare in the best of circumstances, but what kind of cookery magic they can create in the worst.

Next Level Chef was commissioned for ITV by Head of Entertainment Commissioning Katie Rawcliffe and Commissioning Editors Lily Wilson and Paula Thomas Gallie.

For Studio Ramsay Global, Executive Producers are Gordon Ramsay, Lisa Edwards, and Iain Peckham. Series Editor Lyndon Tovey and Production Executives Sarah Needham and Ben Flower.

Katie Rawcliffe said; “Next Level Chef is a dynamic, edge of your seat cooking competition in a league of its own. We’re so excited to welcome Gordon back to the UK and get started on perhaps the most ambitious TV studio the world has to offer!”

Gordon Ramsay said; “Next Level Chef is off the chart Next Level everything! A culinary competition that is epic on every level. From the size of the enormous structure to every challenge, every moment of jeopardy is huge. I want to see our chefs, social media stars, home cooks whatever their level, whatever their experience, show me what they can do. Whether they’re at the top cooking in the dream kitchen with every gadget and the finest ingredients or in the middle kitchen, good equipment, good ingredients but nothing fancy or, and this is where it gets really interesting, down in the basement kitchen. Super basic, minimal ingredients and left-over scraps then show me what you’re really made of! Talent and tenacity will absolutely shine through, and someone will walk away with an equally Next Level prize, I can’t wait to get started!”

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Channel 4 embeds legacy of The Black To Front Project with more new commissions and targets

Channel 4 embeds legacy of The Black To Front Project

Channel 4 has added Unapologetic and Crazy Rich… to its list of commissions which have come about as a direct result of its award-winning The Black to Front Project.

The ground-breaking day last September saw Channel 4’s entire programming schedule fronted by Black talent and contributors across all genres and advertisements, with the aim of amplifying Black voices in TV to reflect the diverse and vibrant culture of the UK.

Zeze Millz and Yinka Bokinni, pictured above left to right, will front a further six episodes of late night topical talk show Unapologetic (produced by SBTV and Cardiff Productions). It was previously recommissioned following its successful outing during The Black To Front Project.

In Crazy Rich… (w/t produced by Rumpus Media) Eddie Kadi (featured in Celebrity Gogglebox during The Black To Front Project) will act as a tour guide to show a famous comedian mate a side of Ghana that is seldom seen, and it’s a world of wealth, extravagance and exclusivity.

The broadcaster announced last month that The Big Breakfast (produced by Lifted Entertainment, part of ITV Studios) will get a summer run, reviving the award-winning partnership of hosts AJ Odudu and Mo Gilligan which was first seen as part The Black to Front Project special episode. In addition, The Defenders (w/t Spring Films) and Billionaires’ Paradise (Spun Gold) were also commissioned as part of The Black To Front Project.

Other on screen talent who were part of The Black to Front Project and who now have new Channel 4 commissions include Scarlette and Stuart Douglas (Worst House On The Street and George Clarke’s Flipping Fast) and Jean Johansson (Dream Life for Same Price pilot and Keys to a Fortune).Tayo Ogutonade continues to present BAFTA award-winning show The Great House Giveaway. Other shows and projects with Judi Love, AJ Odudu, Zeze Millz, Yinka Bokinni and Munya Chawawa are soon to be announced.

The Black To Front Project won the Broadcasting Press Guild Award for Innovation in Broadcasting.

New Commissioning Guidelines and new Manifesto 4 Change

To ensure that The Black To Front Project continues to drive meaningful change in the TV sector, Channel 4 has worked closely with the Sir Lenny Henry Centre for Media Diversity. The Centre have published a series of recommendations today which have contributed to Channel 4’s brand new Commissioning Guidelines, see here. As an extra statement of intent, Channel 4 has also published a Manifesto 4 Change.

The core principles of the new guidelines include a requirement for ethnically diverse senior leadership on all Channel 4 production teams as well as detailed targets for regional representation and production spend for ethnically diverse off screen talent to help ensure real impact across the spectrum of roles in production teams.

Channel 4 is already committed to ensuring that 20% of its commissioning department is ethnically diverse. That commitment has been further strengthened to state that at least 20% of Channel 4’s editorial decision-makers – Commissioning Editors and Commissioning Executives – as well as the most senior team members are from ethnically diverse backgrounds.

Ian Katz, Chief Content Officer, Channel 4 said: “The Black to Front Project was always about trying to create sustained change in the industry rather than just one day of striking content. We’ve already recommissioned several shows pitched as part of the project, made ambitious commitments to increased spend with ethnic minority-led companies and made genre by genre commitments to commissioning ethnic minority-fronted programming. Today we are doubling down on our pledge to drive change behind the camera with a new set of off-screen diversity targets for all our productions, and a commitment to do all we can to help our indie partners broaden their talent networks and open up our industry to all.

“We are very grateful to the Lenny Henry Centre for their recommendations on how we can achieve this, and will be announcing further plans for more production sector support in coming weeks.“

Ringfenced money for ethnically diverse-led indies

These measures follow the Channel’s recent pledges around commissioning and funding, to champion greater ethnic diversity both on and off screen.

Channel 4 was the first broadcaster to ringfence spend for ethnically diverse-led indies, pledging to triple content spend to £22 million by the end of 2023. The Channel has listened to industry feedback and will work with producers to ensure these targets are closely monitored to make sure they stay on track.

In March this year the broadcaster launched a multi-million-pound Diverse Indies Commissioning Fund with Motion Content Group. Blue Therapy 2 (w/t Project Gorilla/Luti Media) announced this month, is one of the first projects to come from this.

As a way of baking in commitment, Channel 4 has mandated every one of its genre teams to have at least one new show with ethnically diverse talent and/or stories at its heart every year, and every commissioning editor must also have at least one ethnically diverse-led indie on their development slates.

Grassroots support is another important route for Channel 4 to help create change, and the broadcaster is working with We Are Parable to support and mentor sixty up and coming Black filmmakers drawn from across the country.

More granular support for indies to help increase diversity will be announced by the broadcaster in coming weeks.

Marcus Ryder, Head of External Consultancies at the Sir Lenny Henry Centre for Media Diversity and Visiting Professor at Birmingham City University, said, “We are encouraged by the fact that Channel 4’s Black to Front project has proved to be bigger than just one day as the broadcaster has clearly taken the lessons that it learnt from the process and are implementing policies that should make it a more diverse and inclusive broadcaster, and hopefully improve diversity throughout the industry.”

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New behind-the-scenes series following Charlotte Crosby in Sunderland to air on BBC Three

New behind-the-scenes series following Charlotte Crosby in Sunderland to air

Charlotte In Sunderland is a brand new BBC Three reality entertainment show with access all areas into the unpredictable dynamic world of entrepreneur and TV personality, Charlotte Crosby showing her as she has never been seen before.

The show follows Charlotte as she pursues her personal and professional dreams in her beloved hometown of Sunderland whilst juggling the stresses of running her businesses and preparing for motherhood with boyfriend Jake. Viewers can expect to see the everyday goings-on in Charlotte’s successful empire as a resourceful and self made businesswoman who has amassed a large and loyal young fanbase throughout her years growing up in the limelight. With Charlotte based in her hometown, Charlotte in Sunderland shines a spotlight on the North East and all of the things that make it such a special place for Charlotte and her family.

Charlotte Crosby says: “I am beyond excited to be bringing my crazy life, my business ventures, much loved family, future hubby and my precious bump to the BBC! I hope everyone’s ready for the ride ahead!”

Nav Raman, Executive Producer for Chatterbox Media says: “This fast paced entertaining series offers an honest and surprising lens on the multi faceted world of Charlotte Crosby. We can’t wait to open up Charlotte’s world for audiences to join her on this exciting chapter of her journey.”

Issues such as family, love, friendships, money, health and growing up in the public eye are just a few of the challenges Charlotte faces, alongside balancing the incredible task of running a business whilst maintaining relationships with her friends and family and her boyfriend moving in. Charlotte in Sunderland will offer audiences an intimate view into Charlotte Crosby’s world and how she tackles the issues many young women face and can identify with in everyday life.

Charlotte In Sunderland will be coming soon to BBC Three and BBC iPlayer.

Charlotte In Sunderland (10×30) is being made by Chatterbox Media for BBC Three and BBC iPlayer. Executive Producers for Chatterbox are Nav Raman and Ali Quirk. It was commissioned by Nasfim Haque, BBC Three Channel Editor and the BBC Commissioning Editor is Rachel Ashdown.

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