Did you know that in the UK alone, more than 70 percent of the land is used for farming? Well, Together TV challenges you to brush up your knowledge on the “ancient” way of living known as sustainable agriculture. Luckily, you won’t have to do all your research on your own because Together TV’s This Farming Life will be airing this February showcasing the work that farmers do to maintain sustainable agriculture.
In the UK, the first ever LGBT+ History Month began in February 2005 as a way to bring attention to LGBT people and their history, and has continued on since. The month-long celebration is full of different events, activities, and educational opportunities to help raise awareness about the civil rights of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) people and to bring LGBT+ people together to greater expand the community. The LGBT+ History Month charity works hard to get this history into the educational system, and a dedicated month aids the campaign.
Together TV sat down with Shiva Raichandani to discuss their excitement around the filmmaking process, what the Diverse Film Fund opportunity means to them, and the stigma around the trans transitioning process.
Adoption is a wonderful option and can be a delicate subject. Often, only the straightforward success stories are shared. What happens when potential adopters get caught in the complicated process? Ross Adams, an award-winning actor best known for his role as Scott Drinkwell in Hollyoaks and a Diverse Film Fund filmmaker has created a film unravelling his painful adoption journey. Together TV sat down with Ross to discuss his experience as a first-time filmmaker, receiving the fund and support from Together TV, and the difficulties of balancing executive and on-screen roles.
There are four wonderful filmmakers to spotlight for Together TV's 2022 Diverse Film Fund: Queer Lives Together. Today, it's Tom Gaisford and his film Come Out Fighting. We sat down with Tom to discuss how his industry background influenced his work, taking on directing for the first time, and the beauty of documentaries.
There are four wonderful filmmakers to spotlight for Together TV's 2022 Diverse Film Fund: Queer Lives Together. Today, it's Anna Mouzouri and her film Mermaids Really Do Exist. We sat down with Anna to learn about her process, the benefits of the Diverse Film Fund, and future filmmaking plans.
As we launch our brand-new Together TV streaming service, we’re helping you discover your next favourite show - that is now available to binge watch! If you’re an advocate for the people, you might identify as someone who channels your inner pride or activist! Together TV has a plethora of great shows, and we’ve got plenty for you eco warriors and anyone in or an ally to the LGBTQ+ community. Check out programmes we think you’ll love.
LGBT+ History Month is every February and was started to give visibility to Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people, their history, lives and their experiences through curriculum and the wider community. The LGBT+ History Month charity works hard to get this history into the educational system, and a dedicated month aids the campaign.
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.