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BritBox is filling out its offerings for 2023 with two new documentary films that debuted in Europe this past fall, one focusing on the late Richard Harris and the other on the late great Peter O'Toole.
Sir Lenny Henry's historical drama Three Little Birds, which he wrote in collaboration with Russell T Davies, is based on his family's history is heading to BritBox in 2023, and the cast looks fantastic.