A new year can be daunting, or it can be exhilarating. We’re here either way, and want to fill your January with something to, quite literally, feed your soul…food! We’ve got lots of inspiring (and mouth-watering) shows to get you in the kitchen. Starting with The Hairy Bikers back on Together TV daily at 3 pm, and then catch the Big Cooking Showdown with Nadiya Hussain and Zoe Ball starting on 24th January for even more recipes to cook at home, including meals that feed four for under a tenner!Whether you’re new to cooking or well-seasoned, join our Green Challenge to grow your own basil and learn exclusive recipes this January! 25,000 people and over 300 community groups are already on the challenge. It's easy to register for your FREE Green Challenge kit that includes basil seeds and recipes to kickstart an 8-week challenge to start your year off cooking up a storm.We also have Julie Walters’ Coastal Railways and Highlands with Ewan McGregor coming to you this January. At the end of this month is Holocaust Memorial Day, which we will commemorate with various documentaries including Belsen: Our Story.Finally, it will be our fourth anniversary this month. We're celebrating by highlighting the amazing work of the community. Be sure to follow us on TwitterInstagram and Facebook to support them too. Lots to look forward to this January, so get your wooden spoons ready and come cook with us!

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WHAT'S NEW IN JANUARY?

Julie Walters' Coastal Railway 

Travel with the wonderful, witty Julie Walters as she explores her own doorstep by travelling by train along the UK’s coastline. Guaranteed to get you giggling and teach you a thing or two, it’ll definitely get you itching to explore the UK’s stunning coast too. A must-see for all train enthusiasts as Julie ventures on famous engines including the Jacobite (or Hogwarts Express).

Starts Tuesday 11th January at 9 pm

Highlands with Ewan McGregor

The Scottish Highlands are breath-taking, rugged and full of life. See how the wildlife and communities survive through each season in this four-part series, narrated by Scotland’s national treasure, Ewan McGregor.

Starts Tuesday 18th January at 9 pm

Big Cooking Showdown

Ever made a dish that you think would impress judges? The Big Cooking Showdown invites family teams to a head-to-head cook off on home cooked meals. Nadiya Hussain and Zoe Ball host this exciting showdown with judges Michelin chef Giorgio Locatelli and British TV chef Rosemary Shrager. A series to inspire - and get your tummy rumbling!

Starts Monday 24th January at 1 pm

Holocaust Memorial Day

To commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day on Thursday 27th January, we have a day of stories and documentaries from the Holocaust, including Belsen: Our Story. A documentary sharing the raw, untold stories of survivors from the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. 

Anne Frank at 3.15 pmBelsen: Our Story at 9 pmBig Sonia at 10.15 pmKeep the conversation going by checking out The National Holocaust Centre and Museum to read and remember other Holocaust testimonials.

Celebrate Together TV's Anniversary

Our anniversary falls at the end of January and every year we use the occasion to showcase what we’re grateful for. This year is no exception and to celebrate turning four we will be highlighting the work of the amazing community groups, charities and mutual aids we work with. Keep an eye out on our social media accounts like TwitterInstagram and Facebook, our blog page and join us in celebrating the community!

Freeview Channel Change

A heads up to our Freeview viewers, Together TV will be moving to channel 83 from Wednesday 26th January. You can find instructions on how to resync your Freeview channel numbers on Freeview’s website. See you there!

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You Are Not Alone

How have you been these past weeks? It’s okay if you’ve found it tough! Many of us have had to spend it on our own, self-isolating or working. We hear you and we are here for you! Remember, there are amazing charities that can help when it becomes too much. You can reach us on:

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