WELCOME TO TOGETHER FOR GOOD

Summer is approaching!

A new set of programmes highlighting delicious, interesting and real life food is coming your way. As we are entering warmer months many of us are looking for more inspirational dishes that we can use to widen our taste buds, while spending more time at home than ever before.

Build communities, stay active, and try something new! We want to keep inspiring you so stay in touch with us and tune in all throughout the year to catch all of our awesome programmes.

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Food Evolution

In this Documentary presented by the Oscar nominated director Scott Hamilton Kennedy, Food Evolution investigates GMO's and our food in a documentary style. Narrated by Neil DeGrasse Tyson, step into the World of food and the GMO debate. Food for thoughts!

 Premieres on 1st at 8:45pm

Hairy Bikers: Meals on Wheels

Take Si King and Dave Myers and what do you get? Two Hairy Bikers! In the episodes you will get to watch them travel the World, and see them visit amazing countries all whilst inspiring you with brand new and delicious reciepes that you will want to see!

 Starts on Tuesday 2nd June at 9pm 

Hairy Dieters: How to Love food and Lose weight 

After losing six stone between the two of them, the famous Hairy Bikers duo became the Hairy Dieters! Watch them make real and healthy dishes for people that have low calories but big flavours. In the episodes you will see the duo create meals for everyone, ranging from families, lunches and even snacking! It is time to step into the food World and sharpen up your exisiting skills with helpful tips. 

 From the 10th June at 9pm 

Resilience

Highlighting medical marvles, the Resilience documentary links stress and science to debate whether conditioons such as heart disease and more can be linked to childhood experiences. Informative and based on factual evidence, this is something that is a must watch!

Premieres on 14th at 8pm 

Black and British: A Forgotten History

Historian and broadcaster David Olusoga presents a 4-part series uncovering the forgotten history of Black Britons. His journey takes him from a small Cumbrian village to the country's capital London as he reveals historical relationships between Britain and people of African origin. This series is essential viewing for a whitewashed society looking to address its flaws.

From 3rd June at 7.45pm

The Food Hospital

In a pioneering  eight-part  series, The Food Hospital examines the science behind using food as medicine. In experiments conducted with strict scientific rigour, patients suffering from a range of medical conditions and symptoms are invited to attend the hospital where they are prescribed specific food treatment programmes to find out if their health problems can be alleviated or cured by the food they eat.

From 17th June at 9pm

Lost Legends

This short documentary provides a snapshot into the history of Black History Month, discussing the making and shaping and its relevance today. 

 

Check out our TV Guide to see when your next favourite show is on this month >>