Are you a quiz master, a drama lover or dance darling? #ABritMoreEntertainment is back on BBC Brit every night at primetime

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The Weakest Link host, Romesh Ranganathan
The Weakest Link host, Romesh Ranganathan

It’s heating up in Mzansi this Spring with the best primetime entertainment on BBC Brit. Whether you live for drama or are  looking to flex your general knowledge, BBC Brit on DStv Channel 120 is here to offer you the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of every day.

So which one are you? A drama lover, a people watcher or a quiz master? BBC Brit’s September line-up will have you all covered.

For the drama lover

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If you love nothing better at the end of your busy day than diving deep into a gripping storyline, meeting unique, captivating characters and working out the ending of an investigation then BBC Brit’s drama line-up is for you.

Brand-new drama Miss Scarlett and The Duke S2 joins BBC Brit every Monday at 20:00 CAT. Follow victorian London’s first female detective Eliza Scarlet, played by Kate Phillips from Downtown Abbey, as she calves her own path in a male-dominated field all while navigating her relationship with her partner in crime William “The Duke” Wellington, played by Stuart Martin from Game of Thrones. Will their romance blossom while solving crimes? Tune in to find out.

You can also get your drama fix by tuning into BBC Brit every Friday at 19: 00 CAT – catch Father Brown, Shakespeare & Hathaway, Death in Paradise  and Midsomer Murders as they make their return to the channel.

The ultimate quiz show

“You are the weakest link, goodbye…” We all know the famous catch-phrase, and now you can relive this iconic quiz show the Weakest Link with Romesh Ranganthan on BBC Brit. It’s one not to miss if you love testing your brain muscles and expanding your general knowledge.

The Weakest Link  makes its debut on BBC Brit with funny man and Bafta Award-winning comedian Romesh Ranganathan as the host. The first episode kicks off with a bit of ballroom dancing as Romesh is joined by Strictly Come Dancing stars Anton Du Beke, Janette Manrara, Catherine Tyldesley, Dr Ranj, Emma Barton, Clara Amfo, HRVY and Ore Oduba.Tune in from21 September at 20:00 CAT as these celebrities fight to not be the weakest link.

Other thrilling quiz shows on the channel in September include Tipping Point (weekdays at 18:00) and Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel (Wednesdays at 20:00).

For the people watchers

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Crowd favourite Strictly Come Dancing is bringing the cha cha back onto your TVs for its 20th season. Add a little sparkle to your Sunday evening as you watch some of the best personalities compete in some of your favourite dances for the glitterball trophy from Sunday 02 October 19:00 CAT. Tune in every Sunday for the 20th season which offers its biggest professional dancer line-up in history including South African pros, Johannes Radebe and Cameron Lombard and judge Motsi Mabuse

Whatever you need this Spring to help you escape, BBC Brit has you covered with a #ABritMoreEntertainment that is sure to keep you glued to your screens.

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