Check Out New Shows on BBC this Month

Enjoy new shows this September on BBC.

BBC channels are available on UnifiTV and subscribers of Unifi TV’s Ultimate Pack also gets access to  the BBC Player for free, where they can stream shows on the browser or download the app.

 

Here’s our must-watch list

Eden: Untamed Planet

Photo Credit: BBCA

Natural History

Premieres Friday, 17th September at 8.05pm, on UnifiTV channel 501 and BBC Player

Travel to the far corners of the planet and discover the secrets of Earth’s few remaining untouched lands, all brimming with life. From the Namib Desert to Patagonia, only a handful of places on Earth can claim to be largely unchanged. Isolated from the rest of the world, these places have been protected from the most damaging effects of human interference.

 

Arctic Drift: A Year In The Ice

Photo: Fremantle

Science

Premieres Friday, 23rd September at 9.55pm, on UnifiTV channel 501 and BBC Player

The Arctic is warming faster than anywhere else on the planet, and sea ice in the summer covers just half the area it did 40 years ago. Experts now believe an ice-free Arctic would have disastrous consequences for the rest of the planet –causing sea levels to rise and scrambling our weather, leading to brutal heatwaves, shock cold spells and catastrophic storms.

Image copyright: Fremantle

 

Where the Wild Men Are with Ben Fogle Sr8

Presenter Ben Fogle and horse in a field in Iceland. Photo: BBC Studios

Adventure

Premieres Monday, 6th September 9.55pm, on UnifiTV channel 501 and BBC Player

Explorer Ben Fogle meets more people who’ve turned their back on the rat-race and set up home in some of the most remote and inhospitable parts of the world.

 

Rick Stein’s Cornwall

Photo: Banijay Rights

Photo: Banijay Rights

Food

Premieres Monday, 6th September at 7.30pm, on UnifiTV channel 512 and BBC Player

In this series, Rick Stein reveals the Cornwall that he knows and loves, championing the food, history, music, art and culture of the county many locals argue should be a country in its own right.

 

Bake Off- The Professionals Series 4 

Sherrazade & Merryn, The Bristol Loaf. Photo:BBC Studios

Food

Premieres Wednesday, 29th September at 7:30pm, on UnifiTV channel 512 and BBC Player

Liam Charles and Tom Allen host the toughest Bake Off on TV, as teams of pastry chefs from top hotels, restaurants and small businesses compete to be crowned best patisserie team in Britain.

 

The North Water

Photo:BBC Studios

Photo:BBC Studios

Thriller

Premieres on Saturday, 11th September at 8am on BBC First on UnifiTV channel 481 and BBC Player.

A thrilling tale of struggle and survival on an ill-fated Arctic whaling expedition. Hoping to escape the horrors of his past, disgraced ex-army surgeon Patrick Sumner signs up as the ship’s doctor on an ill-fated Arctic whaling expedition. Soon he’s confronted by a new horror, the brutish killer Henry Drax.

 

Baptiste Series 2 

Photo:All3media

Photo:All3media

Crime

Premieres Friday, 24th September, on UnifiTV channel 481 and BBC Player

The series returns with retired detective Julien Baptiste (Tchéky Karyo) as he delves into Budapest’s corrupt underworld to find a British Ambassador’s family who goes missing on a skiing holiday in the Hungarian mountains. Ambassador Emma Chambers, played by Fiona Shaw, is a character who is thrust into the crosshairs of Baptiste’s most complex case to date, as the detective navigates an untrustworthy Hungarian police force and international media interest as he hunts for her husband and two sons.