A 49 year old Midlands businessman Paul Downes hired a castle in Jamaica and invited 12 attractive young Ukranian women to join him. We explore the origins of Paul's bipolar tendencies and the impact on his life.
A Perfect 14 explores the fascinating world of plus-size modelling and the women involved who are fighting to reshape fashion and the standards of society.
Join Ade Edmondson, comedian known for the Young Ones and Bottom, as he travels across Britain meeting locals and learning about the diverse cultures Britain's holds.
Some people are not addicted to alcohol, but drink to enjoy some aspects of life. Adrian Chiles explores his own love of alcohol and why him and many others do not think they are addicted to it.
Narrated by Dominic West, After 82 reveals the history of AIDS in the UK, through moving untold personal stories revealing compassion, love and strength at a time when no medicine was available.
Alastair Campbell talks openly about living with depression and explores ways to alleviate symptoms.
Kate Humble visits rural and modern businesses around the country to bear witness to some inspirational British entrepenuers.
...Fleet Street Remembered. Documentary based on oral history interviews with former printers and journalists in post-war Fleet Street, the home of the British newspaper industry.
Barry the Beekeeper is the first short doc from promising director Ikram Ahmed and it is part of the Diverse Film Fund, which was
This film focuses on the experiences of those moving into the estates of Winstanley and York Road in Battersea and the dark but great history surrounding the great estates.
Afua Hirsch questions whether some of Britain's historic heroes truly deserve their exalted status.
The five 2021 Diverse Film Fund filmmakers take on Black British Lives Today unveiling themes of breaking boundaries. Heart-warming and inspiring, watch the full films.
Scuba diving lets humans explore the underwater world, develop friendships and save marine life.
A fascinating oral history of boatyards on the tidal Thames as told by boat builders and boatyard owners.
A history of the three breweries on the banks of the Thames in London, with amazing stories and first hand accounts of people that worked in them.
Alan Titchmarsh takes us on an adventure through Britain’s Best Back Gardens.
Take a peek into 30 stunning gardens.
London's homeless mothers find solace in befriending fellow mothers separated from their children.
Alice Roberts is hunting for traces of the past, from vikings in York to to Victorians in Belfast.
Thirty two women, most from Thornaby in Yorkshire, died when their bus plunged off Dibble's Bridge in 1975.
Host Mike Dilger offers advice on attracting wildlife to your garden while exploring different parts of Britain's wildlife.
Join Dick Strawbridge and William Hardie as they travel across Great Britain's countryside to judge groups of contestants who are building bespoke cabins in the wilds of Great Britain
Following VW expert Nigel Istedas he tries to turn his dilapidated 1965 split-screen Devon camper van into a stunning bus with attitude.
Come step into the mind of naturalist, nature photographer, television presenter and author, Chris Packham, as we explore the world through his eye
Take a peek inside some of the UK's grandest houses as their owners seek help to keep them from falling to ruins.
The brazen Welsh TV daredevil, ultra-athlete and vegan chef Mat Pritchard is on a difficult mission.
Discovering London shows off various tales of London's untold history, always making sure to put the people that were involved at the heart of the tale.
The Doctor is in...your house? Each episode a GP lives with a family where one member has a medical condition.
Together TV offers you here a selection of the quirkiest, funniest, most interesting documentaries we have chosen for you.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Steph McGovern reveal the easy life fixes we can all use to dramatically improve our diet, fitness and mental well-being.
The infamous Eel Pie Island Hotel - tea room, dance hall, music venue and hippy commune.
Throughout the summer, we’re bringing you the GameChangers documentaries: 13 unmissable stories of passion, determination and inspiring extraordina
Anne Frank: A Tale of Two Sisters is part of Together TV's GameChangers documentaries broadcast every Tuesday evening (and repeated on Saturday) throughout summer 2021.
A stunning film that captures the journey of incredibly talented Siphe November.
We're ending the GameChangers series with a Bhang! It's Canada's very own viral sensation the Bhangra Boys. The film is a joyous look at culture, immigration, activism and community through the experience of the Maritime Bhangra Group as they dance for charity and into our hearts.
Sonia’s story warmed our hearts; and we hope you end it with as much warmth as we did. Sonia Warshawski has inspired thousands as a public speaker with stories of surviving the Holocaust as a teen. At 91 she finds her Kansas Mall shop under threat of eviction.
In celebration of the all-female focus in front of and behind the camera, the filmmakers turned the cameras on themselves, capturing their transformational journey.
Great Green Wall is part of Togeher TV's GameChangers documentaries broadcast every Tuesday evening (and repeated on Saturday) throughout summer 20
Katherine Johnson, an African American mathematician, is in every way a real-life outlier, differing from the norm.
This documentary explores what might have been if the beloved Robert F. Kennedy wasn’t assassinated during his campaign for the presidency in 1968.
Be inspired by the empowering black women who have successfully run their own booming businesses.
Meet the inspiring female aerobatic pilots who had to fight doubly as hard as their male counterparts to be recognised in this sky art. Skydancers portrays some of today's world's best female air pilots during the World Aerobatics Championships in Texas.
What do you think you'd feel if you had to fight for equality? Jiyan is a female guerrilla, taking up arms against the Syrian regime by joining the Kurdish women's army and fighting for freedom. It's a fascinating story and has the power to make you think how far you'd go for a cause that's important to you.
There are over 15,000 transgender people serving in the U.S. military. They must conceal their gender identity because military policies ban their service. This film tells the story of four individuals who fight to defend the freedom of their country whilst fighting for their own.
The story of The Guardian Angels, how Curtis Sliwa and his fast-food co-workers took on gang culture of the 1970s New York streets by taking citize
University Challenge icons Eric Monkman and Bobby Seagull road trip through England, showcasing an assortment of remarkable inventions. 1/4
This episode covers the early history of the tube, through the two world wars, 1960s migration and up to the 1980s.
The Hairy Bikers return to cook some of their favourite comfort food, including steak, burgers, pies, cheesecakes and much more! Get comfy and dig in as the Hairy Bikers create the ultimate feel good dishes in this 15 part series.
Actors and historians tell the story of the ANZACs who either originated in Westminster or were based there during the Great War.
1/30 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Bristol, Burnley and Mid Glamorgan.
An oral history documentary charting the settlement of Asians in Southall in the 1950's and 1960's, exploring the campaigns the Indian workers asso
Everyone's an IKEA fan - whether it's their Swedish meatballs or the games of hide and seek you can play, but how much do you know about the community it has built? This mini-series offers an insight into life at IKEA as it pioneers the way in sustainable business.
Jiyan is a female guerrilla, taking up arms against the Syrian regime by joining the Kurdish women's army and fighting for freedom.
Watch as James May examines how everyday household items work by reassembling them bit by bit to understand the engineering and to hopefully get th
Stories of migration to South West London 1948-71, from stories from Windrush era onwards.
The week commencing 10th May is Mental Health Awareness week, and this year is dedicated to nature and outdoor.
An oral history of NW Kensington; an area where poverty was rife, the Notting Hill riots began, and squatting and campaigning was prevalent.
This programme captures the progress of six new farmers in their first year of farming by gardening and farming guru, Monty Don. Watch My Dream Farm and learn first hand from Monty Don himself.
Bake-Off winner Nadiya Hussain prepares and shares the recipes for some of her family's favourite dishes and also talks to a few inspiring home cooks.
An oral recollection of how the NHS was formed and the struggles of the nurses and doctors
Nigella Lawson’s tribute to food writer Anna Del Conte who, moving to England in 1949, helped transform Britain's understanding and appreciation of Italian cooking.
Created by school kids, this is the fascinating story of London dockers' working lives and how the docks shaped their whole communities.
Opium is killing thousands in Myanmar. A local anti-drug group takes on the poppy farmers.
A Saatchi & Saatchi ad-man, an award-winning novelist, an actor (daughter of a ‘national treasure’) and a writer/presenter share one life-shatt
Wrestling has got the highest Panjabi participation of any sport in Great Britain.
Oral History on Southall pioneers! A wonderful documentary from Digital Works!
Under British colonial rule in 1860, the Indian Penal Code criminalized any sexual acts between consenting adults of the same sex.
Two virgins, a 29-year-old woman and a 40-something man, take tentative steps toward intercourse when they commit to intensive sex therapy in the U
The internet age has revolutionised the porn business. Porn is increasingly accessible and free to view for all.
Two boys. One dangerous desire. Two teenagers dream of becoming "ladyboys".
Millionaire Mary-Anne Kenworth is a woman of many titles: Mother, Rotarian and Business woman.
Cameras follow five different trans women over a year, charting their lives at various stages of transition.
Virgin School follows the emotional and physical journey of 26-year-old virgin James as he embarks on a unique four-month course for sexually inexp
An Oral History of the London Hackney Cab, Sherbet Dab is a new project that started in August 2017 exploring the continuous journey of the London
Hatton Garden has been the centre of London's Jewelry trade since the 18th Century.
An oral history of Savile Row in London's Mayfair which has been the home of quality bespoke tailoring for over 200 years.
The Beyonce Experience is the debut short film from Blaise Singh. It is part of the Diverse Film Fund, funded and supported by Together TV.
The Balck Equestrian is the debut short from upcoming director Sheila Kayuma.
Adrian Edmondson looks at summer life in the Yorkshire Dales.
The Fade is a great documentary that explores the lives of four barbers across the world, following their routines and adventures in the UK, America, Ghana and Jamaica, unravelling what the profession means to them.
Three families with no farming experience spend their summer on Hill Farm.
The friendly Danny Clarke transforms unloved gardens with his stunning garden designs in just ONE day.
Strike a course down below the earth’s surface with this documentary following the workers at the last deep coal mine in Britain.
Monty Don is back in a series where he uncovers the history of the famous English garden starting from the 17th century.
An oral history of Britain's most famous river; focusing on the Lightermen and Watermen who have worked on the Thames from the 1960s to today.
Ever dreamed of running a B&B?
From going from the kitchen table to bonified business, Tom Kerridge is in the Yorkshire Dales to put artisan food producers to the test by proving
Hugh and Anita are on a mission to change the way we think about plastic, by showing us where plastic waste comes from, how it is affecting us, and
Historian Ruth Goodman, along with archaeologists Peter Ginn and Alex Langlands, discover what life was like living on a farm during World War II b
Get moved by the stories of viewers who have changed their lives for the better.
Get up close to stunning wildlife through the lens of award winning cameraman Ian McCarthy –proving you don’t need to travel to see nature at it’s
The delightful Ray Mears still considers the UK’s land the best for exploring and walking due to its diverse terrain from waterfalls to woodland.
Finsbury residents survived the London Blitz and they rebuilt Britain after the war.
An exploration of the events of a single day, 15th September 1940 –a day now celebrated as Battle of Britain Day.
Operation Pied Piper was the Government's plan to evacuate all children and many mothers out of urban areas into the countryside at the start of WW
A four-part social history documentary series featuring stories of human interest from 1940, exploring the courage and resilience of the human spir
Kenneth Appel 92, speaks about growing up as a Jewish child in Nazi Germany and how he was rescued by Britain's Kindertransport programme.
The incredible story of the Avro Lancaster, one of WW2's finest bombers, which played a crucial role in the long and savage campaign to defeat the
We know the leaders of the Second World War: Charles De Gaulle, Adolf Hit
Nancy Corrigan was originally from Ireland but is best known as one of America's first female pilots.
To this day, the Spitfire remains in our minds as the fighter aircraft that saved Britain from invasion and defeat.
The Supermarine Spitfire is one of the most famous fighter aircraft of WW2.
Recounting the thrilling story of the most successful undercover WW2 mission - Operation Greenup
The moving story of the almost forgotten Oaks Colliery Disaster of 1866, a twenty-first century community forgotten by politics, and a sculptor cra