BBC Three returned to screens from Tuesday, February 1 and audiences are ready to welcome back old shows and get ready for new releases. 

The channel is available to watch on Freeview, Sky, Virgin, Freesat and iPlayer from 7pm every night. 

It moved to streaming service BBC iPlayer six years ago but now the Corporation is bringing it back in the hope of reaching younger audiences. 

Here are all the shows coming to BBC Three in February

The Catch Up

The Catch Up is the short bulletin shown on weeknights bringing all the highlights of the day's news in under five minutes. 

Eating with My Ex

The ultimate cringe-worthy dating show is back for its fourth series, this time with six celebrity specials. 

RuPaul's Drag Race: UK Versus The World 

In a global first, RuPaul takes Drag Race UK to another level as he opens up the battle to Drag Race queens from around the world.

Nine international Drag Race Royal alumni will battle it out for the crown in the new series. 

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Lazy Susan

This brand new sketch show starring Freya Parker and Celeste Dring will see the pair play various characters throughout the series. 

Cherry Valentine: Gypsy Queen and Proud

Cherry Valentine from the popular RuPaul's Drag Race series stars in his own documentary. 

He finds out if he is really accepted as his true authentic self within the Gypsy community. 

Africa Cup of Nations

The games being shown are Cameroon v Egypt on February 3 and the Final on February 6. 


Phoebe Waller-Bridge's popular one-woman show turned-TV series is back on screens, with all episodes being shown on BBC Three. 

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Back to Life

This dark comedy-drama is about Mira Matteson, who served a sentence of 18 years for a crime she committed as a teen and can now return to her home.

Angels of the North

Meet the North East's finest in this documentary following the staff and customers of Longlox hair salon on Tyneside. 

Rapman: Back of the Bus 

Rapman takes a tour around London with Michael Ward, Stephen, Kadeem, Junior and Karla talking about male pride, memories growing up and what type of superpowers they would have.

Winter Olympics

Highlights of the Winter Olympics in Beijing will be shown on BBC Three. 

Tonight with Target

With black music artists making waves across the world, DJ Target brings a show celebrating the culture.


Written by and starring Edinburgh Comedy Award-winning comedian, writer and actor Rose Matafeo,'Starstruck' follows the life of Jessie, a millennial who lives in East London. 

Hot Property

Alice Beer presents the game show that gives first-time house buyers the chance to win their own home, with advice on what to look for in a property.

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Race Across the World

Following strict rules, several pairs of competitors must travel across the globe to reach the finish line to win the challenge.

The Fast and the Farmer(ish)

In this English heat, the all-female Diva Drivers from Leicestershire are determined to outmanoeuvre Somerset's Checkshirt Choppers and win a place in the semi-final.

Farmer Tom Pemberton hosts as the teams go head-to-head in three challenges.

This Country 

Creators Daisy May and Charlie Cooper introduce a documentary-style comedy about the lives and experiences of young people in modern, rural Britain by following the antics and events of cousins Kerry and Lee 'Kurtan' Mucklowe.