We will meet the drug users, abusers, dealers, and those who tackle the growing problem on a day-by-day basis, including professionals from Avon and Somerset Police, the Bristol Drugs Project, […] Sounds Random (15 x ) – A brand new music show hosted by comedian James Acaster.
Little Britain, Gavin & Stacey, Two Pints, The Mighty Boosh, Him & Her and Russell Howard's Good News are probably the channel's biggest hits to date. See also: BBC Asian Network, BBC Choice, BBC Four, BBC HD, BBC Home Service, BBC Light Programme, BBC Local Radio, BBC National Programme, BBC One, BBC One HD, BBC One Scotland, BBC One Wales, BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 4 Extra, BBC Radio 5 (Old), BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Radio 7, BBC Radio Scotland, BBC Radio Wales, BBC Regional Programme, BBC Three (online), BBC Two, BBC Two Scotland, BBC Two Wales, BBC World Service, CBBC, CBeebies.After being rebranded from BBC Choice in 2003 BBC Three soon became the digital-only home for popular comedy and drama shows.Millions of viewers flocked to the channel for programmes like Gavin and Stacey, Being Human and Russell Howard's Good News.Matt Lucas and David Walliams-starring hit show Little Britain found its feet on the channel before moving to BBC One.Love And Hate Crime 3 x 60′) – At a time when accusations of race prejudice are dominating the US political debate, and the LGBT community is facing new state legislation aimed against it, this series looks at the dangers facing those who are singled out as ‘different’ in the US.These crimes polarise opinion, […] United States of Hate: Muslims Under Attack (1 x 60′) – Examines America’s recent upsurge in Islamophobia; meeting both Texan anti-Islam groups and American Muslims as tensions rise at some of America’s mosques.
This documentary asks how did America get here, and if the fears between these different groups are justified.
In Irving, Texas, the […] Our Drugs War (3 x 60′) – Takes an in-depth look at both the consumption and prohibition of illegal drugs in one British city: Bristol.
BBC Three is the corporation's youth channel, available via digital platforms including Freeview.
The channel broadcasts comedy aimed at the 25 to 34-year-old age group.
Many of the comedies on this channel are quite experimental in nature - BBC3 is now often used as a test bed for nurturing hit comedies for BBC Two and BBC One.
Whilst many shows on BBC Three pass without notice, an equal number of the comedies have met viewer approval and gone on to become well-known.