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Our weekly calendar continues until the 18th January 2021. Register now and enter our prize draws for your chance to win amazing prizes incluing Ned Palmers book 'A Cheese Monger's History of the British Isles' and Joe Wicks cookbook 'Cooking for Family and Friends: 100 Lean Recipies to Enjoy'.
This month you can expect to see The Great British School Swap, Push up Brentford! and Britain's Most Historic Towns on your screens. You can read more about these titles below.
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On Together TV
The Great British School Swap
School children from Tamworth and Saltley in Birmingham swap places and explore issues ranging from offensive language to what it means to be British. These two groups are forced to spend time together in each other’s environments in the hope they can all learn something about themselves and each other. Don't miss The Great British School Swap, you might learn something too!
Weekdays at 10pm
Push up Brentford!
After 116 years at their much-loved Griffn Park, Brentford FC moved to a new stadium. This documentary look backs at the rich history from different view points. It focuses on the memories and experiences of the fans, the footballers and club staff of this unique community based club. Tune in for this documentary to embark on the journey of Brentord FC.
Saturday 9th January, 9pm
Britain's Most Historic Towns
In this unique take on British history, Professor Alice Roberts explores Britain's rich and varied past through the stories of individual towns. In each programme Alice studies key periods in British history by delving into the secrets of historic towns. Alice combines the bigger national picture with local detail to give an accurate impression of what life was really like at key moments in Britain's turbulent past. Watch Britain's Most Historic Towns to see historic sites for yourself.
Friday 15th January, Weekdays at 1pm
You Are Not Alone
If you're self-isolating and need some additional support, we can help you find the help you need.