BRITBOX REVEAL JUNE STREAMING HIGHLIGHTS

BritBox today announced box-sets and films launching on the service throughout June 2022.



2nd June

Bad Education S1-3 (2012-14)

Comedy-drama co-written by and starring Jack Whitehall, following Alfie, the worst teacher ever to grace the British education system. Starring Jack Whitehall, Mathew Horne and Sarah Solemani.


My Years With the Queen (2021)

Lady Pamela Hicks talks for the first time on television about her incredible life growing up within the Royal Family and her close relationship with the Queen.



Some Girls S1-3 (2012-14)

Sitcom following the lives and loves of a group of quirky 16-year-old high school girls who live within the same south London housing estate. Starring Alice Felgate, Adelayo Adedayo and Mandeep Dhillon.


The Tenant of Wildfell Hall S1 (1996)

In the mid 19th Century, an enigmatic young woman moves to Yorkshire with a young son. Distancing herself from everyone in the village and their prying questions, she remains totally aloof until a neighbouring farmer gets her to reveal her traumatic past. Starring Toby Stephens, Tara Fitzgerald and Joe Absolom.


Scum (1979)

Powerful, uncompromising drama about the struggle for survival in the nightmare world of a brutal borstal. This is the feature film version of the original 1977 `Play for Today' drama which was banned by the BBC for 14 years. Two boys struggle to survive Britain's notorious Borstal Reformatory. Starring Ray Winstone, Mick Ford, Ray Burdis, Julian Firth and Phil Daniels.



Love Hurts S1-3

Memorably bittersweet comedy drama charting the relationship between an entrepreneur with wildly fluctuating fortunes and a former financial high-flyer. Starring Adam Faith, Zoë Wanamaker and Tony Selby.


9th June

Reel Britannia S1 (2022) - BritBox Original

A bold, ambitious and visually striking documentary which explores British film decade-by-decade from 1960 through to the noughties, narrated by comedian Nick Helm. Featuring a collection of brand-new archival interviews, alongside behind the scenes footage, Reel Britannia will take viewers on a journey through the evolution of British cinema.


A Single Man (2009)

An English professor, one year after the sudden death of his boyfriend, is unable to cope with his typical days in 1960s Los Angeles. Starring Colin Firth, Julianne Moore, Nicholas Hoult, Matthew Goode and Ginnifer Goodwin.



Billy Liar (1963)

A young Englishman dreams of escaping his working-class family and dead-end job as an undertaker's assistant. Starring Tom Courtenay, Julie Christie, Mona Washbourne and Wilfred Pickles.


Closing The Ring (2007)

In 1943, a gunner breathing his last after a crash hands over a ring to a local, asking him to return it to his girl in the US. Fifty years later, a man finds the ring and tracks down the girlfriend. Starring Shirley MacLaine, Christopher Plummer, Mischa Barton, Neve Campbell and Pete Postlethwaite.


Land Of The Blind (2006)

A soldier recounts his relationship with a famous political prisoner attempting to overthrow their country's authoritarian government. Starring Ralph Fiennes, Donald Sutherland, Tom Hollander, Lara Flynn Boyle, Marc Warren and Don Warrington.


Poor Cow (1967)

A young woman lives a life filled with bad choices, and has a child with an abusive thief who quickly ends up in prison. One day, her son goes missing and she briefly comes to grips with what is most important to her. Starring Carol White, Terence Stamp, Queenie Watts and Billy Murray.



Room at the Top (1959)

An ambitious young accountant plots to wed a wealthy factory owner's daughter despite falling in love with a married older woman. Starring Simone Signoret, Laurence Harvey, Heather Sears and Donald Houston.


Sunset Song (2015)

At the dawn of the Great War, a young daughter of a farmer endures the hardships of rural Scottish life as she comes of age. Based on the novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon. Starring Peter Mullan, Agyness Deyn and Kevin Guthrie.


The Angry Silence (1960)

Tom Curtis works at a factory in England and refuses to participate in an unofficial strike organised by a new employee, Travers. This one refusal changes his life completely. Starring Richard Attenborough, Michael Craig and Pier Angeli.


The L-Shaped Room (1962)

A single, pregnant woman moves into a London boarding house where she meets a group of fellow misfits. Starring Leslie Caron, Tom Bell, Brock Peters and Pat Phoenix.


This Time with Alan Partridge S2 (2021)

Alan Partridge is given the opportunity to revive his career when he is asked to step in as a guest presenter for 'This Time'; a popular television show. Starring Steve Coogan, Susannah Fielding, Simon Farnaby, Jamie Demetriou and Lolly Adefope.


Call the Midwife S10 (2021)

A group of nurse midwives working in the East End of London in the late 1950s deal with the pressures of their day-to-day lives while trying to cope with the changes in the world around them. Starring Jenny Agutter, Linda Bassett and Judy Parfitt.


Time (2021)

A prisoner consumed by guilt, and an officer with an impossible choice. What does it take to survive? A tense story of punishment and principles, starring Sean Bean and Stephen Graham.



16th June

Jubilee (1978)

Queen Elisabeth I travels 400 years into the future to witness the appalling revelation of a dystopian London overrun by corruption and a vicious gang of punk guerrilla girls led by the new Monarch of Punk. Starring Jenny Runacre, Toyah Willcox, Ian Charleston and Adam Ant.


Sebastiane (1976)

The Roman Sebastianus is exiled to a remote outpost populated exclusively by men. Weakened by their desires, these men turn to homosexual activities to satisfy their needs. Starring Leonardo Treviglio, Richard Warwick and Peter Hinwood.


That'll Be the Day (1973)

Musical drama set in the 1950s, loosely-based on John Lennon's early years. A gifted but wayward young man finally discovers a sense of purpose when he decides to turn his love of music into a career. Starring David Essex and Ringo Starr.



Stardust (1974)

Sequel to `That'll Be the Day', taking up the theme of the rise to fame of a pop star who suddenly finds himself the centre of media attention and immerses himself in sex and the heavy drug scene. Starring David Essex, Adam Faith and Larry Hagman.


The 14 (1973)

A family of 14 try to stick together after their mother passes away. The true story of keeping together and staying strong despite overwhelming pressure. Starring Jack Wild, Alun Armstrong and John Bailey.


Walkabout (1971)

A story of two children; one a teenage schoolgirl and the other her little brother, who are put into a deeply disturbing and unexpected situation that changes both of their lives forever. Starring Jenny Agutter, Luc Roeg, John Meillon and David Gulpilil.


Witchfinder General (1968)

A tale of evil set during the English Civil War. When Matthew Hopkins is appointed Witchfinder General by the Puritans under Cromwell, he is empowered to travel the countryside with his henchmen and collect a fee for each witch from whom he extracts a confession - a policy which is exploited to the full. Starring Vincent Price, Hilary Dwyer, Rupert Davies and Paul Ferris.


23rd June

The Company of Wolves (1984)

A teenage girl in a country manor falls asleep while reading a magazine, and has a disturbing dream involving wolves prowling the woods below her bedroom window. Starring Sarah Patterson, Angela Lansbury and David Warner.


To the Manor Born S1-3 (1979-81)

Following the love-hate relationship between upper-class Audrey Forbes-Hamilton and Richard DeVere, the nouveau riche businessman who buys her manor house when she can longer afford to keep it. Starring Penelope Keith, Peter Bowles, Angela Thorne and John Rudling.



The Virgin Queen (2005)

The long and eventful life of England's iconic queen is presented in four parts, from her fearful days as a teenage princess, through her love affair with Robert Dudley, into her years of triumph over the Spanish Armada, and concluding with her enigmatic relationship with her young protégé, the Earl of Essex. Starring Anne-Marie Duff, Tom Hardy, Ian Hart and Tara Fitzgerald.


State of Play S1 (2003)

A thriller set in London in which a politician's life becomes increasingly complex as his research assistant is found dead on the London Underground and a teenage drug dealer is shot dead. Starring John Simm, Kelly MacDonald, James McAvoy, Bill Nighy, David Morrissey and Philip Glenister.


Tess of the D'Urbervilles S1 (2008)

Tess Durbeyfield faces many difficulties in life when she is sent off to visit a rich cousin, Alec D'Urberville, when her parents learn that they are distantly related. Starring Gemma Arterton, Eddie Redmayne, Ruth Jones, Jodie Whittaker, Hugh Skinner, Hans Matheson and Ian Puleston-Davies.


The Cazalets S1 (2001)

Drama series about a family transformed by World War II. As the storm clouds of war gather, the Cazalet brothers and their families retreat to their parents' country home. Starring Lesley Manville, Hugh Bonneville, Joanna Page and Anna Chancellor.



Thorne S1-2 (2010)

Acclaimed actor David Morrissey is the complex and compelling character Detective Inspector Tom Thorne in this nail-biting crime thriller adapted from the best selling novels by Mark Billingham. Also starring Sandra Oh, Lorraine Ashbourne, Joe Absolom, Aiden Gillen and O-T Fagbenle.


30th June

Dunkirk (1958)

A dramatization of the British Expeditionary Force's 1940 retreat to the beaches of France and the extraordinary seaborne evacuation that saved it from utter destruction by Nazi Germany. Starring Richard Attenborough, Bernard Lee, Sean Barrett and Robert Urquhart.


I Was Monty's Double (1958)

During World War II, a British actor impersonates Field Marshal Montgomery in order to confuse German intelligence. Starring M.E. Clifton James, Cecil Parker, Michael Hordern and Sid James.


My Family and Other Animals (2005)

A move to Corfu in the 1930s by the eccentric Durrell family begins a lifetime's fascination with the animal kingdom for young Gerald, who explores Corfu's marine and insect life, while his sister fights off the advances of would-be suitors. Starring Imelda Staunton, Matthew Goode, Eugene Simon, Russell Tovey, Omid Djalili and Tamzin Merchant.



The Cruel Sea (1953)

Despite his guilt over a recent harrowing sea battle in which many of his men were lost, Lt. Cmdr. George Ericson is assigned to helm the new H.M.S. Compass Rose with the help of steadfast seaman Lt. Lockhart. When the small vessel is sent to escort convoys of ships fighting German U-boats in the North Atlantic, the mettle of the novice crew is tested by the weather, the turbulent sea and enemy attacks -- one of which nearly destroys the Compass Rose. Starring Jack Hawkins and Donald Sinden.