How are you feeling about another lock down?
As Autumn creeps into Winter, the days get darker and our cozy jumpers come out of storage, Together TV has a selection programmes to warm you up inside!
Together we can make it through the next lockdown. Remember that You are Not Alone. if you self-isolate or want to stay connected to your neighbours, we can help you find the help you need.
From Gardening to Cooking, there's something for everyone on Together TV. Why not take this time to master a new skill to keep you occupied?
Escape to the countryside with gardening guru Monty Don in My Dream Farm. Admire country life alongside Ruth Watson in Country House Rescue.
Are you cut out for country life? Play our game now. Solve our memory game within 60 seconds, to be entered into our prize draw and in with your chance of winning personalised gardening tools!
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You Are Not Alone
A new lockdown is upon us, but we are here to help you keep yourself active, busy and connected with your neighbours. Do you know someone in need? Are you self-isolating?
My Dream Farm
This programme captures the progress of six new farmers in their first year of farming by gardening and farming guru, Monty Don. With over thirty years of experience of farming, Monty wants to help the new smallholders avoid the perils and pitfalls that beset projects in their early days and lead them to success. Watch My Dream Farm and learn first hand from Monty Don himself.
Weekdays at 4pm
Country House Rescue
In this programme, businesswoman Ruth Watson tries to help struggling country houses by providing advice to the buildings' owners. Whether the owners are losing money or the house is dilapidated and needs restoration work done, Watson is tasked with assisting the owners in making things right for once-thriving country houses. Don't miss Country House Rescue, you too could make your home a palace!
Starts Tuesday 10th November, Weekdays at 4pm
This documentary shines a light on the opium crisis in the Kachin State of Myanmar. More than half of the youth is addicted on opium. When the government is not doing enough to crack down on the drugs crisis, the civilians formed an anti-drugs organisation called "Pat Jasan" which means "Stop and Clean the drugs" in local language, to eradicate drugs.
Airs Tuesday 15th November at 9pm
As we prepare to approach December, you can count on the Together for Good community to keep you occupied as the days get colder and the nights draw in.