BritBox, a streaming service from BBC Studios and ITV, has launched a home and garden channel.
From food to gardens to picturesque tours of the countryside, the new channel will provide viewers with a practical and pastoral window into British living. The channel features content from the British food writer and chef Mary Berry, as well as explorer Bear Grylls. It is also slated to air the Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) globally renowned gardening shows.
BritBox is now available for $6.99 per month—after an introductory free trial period—or $69.99 per year on Roku, fourth generation Apple TVs, all iOS and Android devices, AirPlay, Chromecast, Amazon Prime Video and online at www.britbox.com. The service is also now available in Canada.
At launch, there will be food and cooking programs such as Mary Berry’s Country House Secrets, Mary Berry’s Absolute Favorites and Marco’s Great British Feast, alongside gardening titles like Gardeners’ World and The Great Chelsea Garden Challenge. Also, for the first time in the U.S., the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show will be available for viewing on the service on July 2 and the RHS Tatton Park Flower Show will air on July 18.
Springwatch, Countryfile Spring Diaries and season two of This Farming Life will also be available at launch, with Britain’s Biggest Adventures with Bear Grylls following in August.