An Outrage

An Outage is a poignant TV Premiere to mark the Black History Month 2020 on Together TV. A film is about lynching in the American South, filmed on-location at lynching sites in six states and bolstered by the memories and perspectives of descendants, community activists, and scholars. This unusual historical documentary educates even as it serves as a hub for action to remember and reflect upon a long-hidden past.

Britain is a beautiful and diverse country. In the annual 2021 Diverse Film Fund filmmakers produced their own short documentary on Black British Lives Today. Together TV’s Diverse Film Fund is a newly created fund to support new creative talent to tell the stories that need to be told about Britain today. These five amazing filmmakers tell inspiring stories which you can watch here. And keep an eye out for this year's upcoming films. 

Learn more about the Diverse Film Fund >>

Great Britain is home to brilliant charities Black charities offering a range of different supports for people within the Black community such as Stonewall, StopWatch UK, and Black Minds Matter

Together TV also shows poignant tributes to the diverse people who call Great Britain home in films such as in Brewing Stories and The Last Miners. 

Our channel broadcasts on Freeview 83, Sky 170, Virgin 269 and Freesat 164. You can also watch some of our most popular programmes via our Shows pages, and on our YouTube channel Together TV. Get inspiration from our quirky, inspiring shows and get involved. There is so much you could do, for yourself and for others. You might find new passions, or friends right on your doorstep.

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Together TV is the leading broadcaster for social change. We run a national TV channel and digital platform which help people find inspiration to do good in their lives and communities. We programme entertaining shows like An Outrage that focus on wellbeing, creativity and the quirky essence of British life, while highlighting the great work of the charitable and voluntary sector. In doing so, we open our audience’s eyes to the opportunities around them and motivate them to take part.

As a result of watching films like An Outrage, our viewers do more in their local community, from volunteering for a charity to getting involved in a creative project or fundraising for a cause close to their heart. Our vision is a world where people and their communities thrive together.

Visit our 'Do More' page, and get involved!

Here at Together TV we love to hear from our viewers, so do get in touch! If you'd like more information on our programming, the charities and organisations involved. Get updates and new content by signing up to the newsletter. Also, follow us on FacebookTwitterInstagramYoutubeDaily Motion. If you're a filmmaker and want to send us a film you've made, get in touch with us here.

Looking for more history programmes or documentaries like An Outrage? Watch films from the incredible filmmakers of colour featured in our Diverse Film Fund or films from inspiring films from GameChangers 2021. Gamechangers showcases 13 unmissable stories of passion, determination and inspiring extraordinary people.

Or read some of our latest news! Here are 7 ways to kickstart your self care journey, information about the NHS's 'Help!' mental health campaign, and the BEST way to kickstart the new year, or anything else for that matter. 

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