Who is the “The Beyoncé Experience”?

Aaron Carty’s dream was to be a superhero for his community. He initially began his career as a police officer at 18, but today he is an inspiration for many as the UK’s biggest Beyoncé tribute drag queen. Together TV's Diverse Film Fund filmmaker, Blaise Singh, captures Aaron's spactacle in "The Beyoncé Experience" showing on Together TV throughout Black History Month on Together TV from 19th October. He sat down with us and PA media for an exclusive interview about how he became the Beyoncé Experience.

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Our Big MS Adventure: Resources

Incidence of MS is increasing and there is currently no cure. As we reel with the news of Covid, ‘Our Big MS Adventure’ is a positive story: Shot over 12 years it uniquely shows the long-term impact of MS on sufferers and their families. Some symptoms of MS resemble those of long-term Covid. It’s a contemporary story exploring cutting edge medical science and lifestyle choices that can help not just those with auto-immune conditions – but all of us with a brain….! We're sharing some additional reading for you to learn more about MS and/or seek help.

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Think Child Labour is a thing of the past? Think again.

Almost one in ten children worldwide are involved in child labour. This figure is shocking and there are fears, due to our current economic crisis, that this figure may be far from declining. The impact of Covid-19 on many people’s livelihoods is huge, and sadly, children are often the first to suffer in these circumstances; the UN predicts that the crisis could push millions of children into child labour, joining the already 152 million children already suffering globally.

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We Stand Together: Black History and Black Lives at Together TV

At Together TV we recognise the vital importance of acknowledging social issues and ongoing struggles of minority communities. We Stand Together for equality and racial justice,  and are keen to amplify the voices of those that have been historically overlooked or ignored.

As the leading TV channel for social change, over several years we have celebrated Black History month on the channel by broadcasting an extensive range of documentaries on a variety of subjects from stories of immigration to the work of revolutionary young activists. 

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Born to be a Champion. Born to be Different.

Hamish McLean is a 15-year-old teenager affected by achondroplasia, commonly known as dwarfism. 

He has a real talent for swimming. Because of that, he even gave up an operation to raise the length of his legs to avoid to be tied to a wheelchair for two years. He surprised everyone when qualified to represent New Zealand at the World Championships, a stepping stone to the Paralympic Games in Rio. ‘The crowd was yelling for me, I never heard that before – it felt really good’.

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