VE Day 2021 on Together TV

On the 8th May, the UK recognises VE (Victory in Europe) Day. It is the day that the allies, including Britain, formally accepted Germany’s surrender ending World War 2. A day to celebrate as the strain of a six year long war was coming to a close. The conflict did not yet end then, and there were still many fatalities as the war waged on in Japan until the end of August 1945. Today, we continue to celebrate VE Day with street parties and alike. Together TV will be dedicating its afternoon broadcasting to documentaries commemorating the people and stories from WW2. 

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5 British Unsung Heroes You Need to Know

Britain is home to many heroes. What makes a hero is incredibly personal. As Afua Hirsch uncovers in the Battle For Britain’s Heroes, we can be protective of those that we consider heroes but others may see as villainous. There are many unsung heroes in Britain too. Together TV wanted to take a look at a few names that us Brits owe a lot to, and who may have slipped through the cracks.

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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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Black and British: A Forgotten History that must be remembered

David Olusoga’s Black and British: A Forgotten History is returning to Together TV this week to highlight the importance of remembering the compelling but often overlooked stories of Black figures from British history. Olusoga takes us on a journey of discovery as he travels the length and breadth of Britain, unearthing historical relationships between Britain and people of African origin. 

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