WELCOME TO TOGETHER FOR GOOD
Want to help your community? Grab your remote and tune in on Together TV, the channel that helps you channel your inner good.
From today, Together TV welcomes you with a brand new look and feel to inspire you with a selection of amazing shows about gardening, cooking, DIY, outdoor, and many more. What are you into? Pick your favourite and let yourself be inspired by it!
Feeling good already? It gets better, because with all of them you'll learn about different communities, traditions, and pick up new skills and lifestyle tips.
Lots of viewers have been encouraged already: check out their stories here >>
Here are some of the shows that will help ignite and motivate change! Ready? Let's go!
1. Earth Cycle
Earth Cycle takes us on a 2,000 mile journey across Scandinavia with travel journalist, Simon Parker. As he meets with local communities, learns about the wildlife, and how to make things like beer out of seaweed, you'll be witness to various inspirational stories. Simon's travels touch on topics such as sustainability, conservation, and nature, hopefully encouraging others to make positive changes in their lives.
July 3rd-5th 9pm , July 8th-12th 9pm
2. Win It Cook It
Feeling uninspired in the kitchen? Don't know what to do with random ingredients? Get creative watching Win It Cook It, where two teams compete to win the best ingredients while the other team gets the leftovers. They have 25 minutes to make a tasty dish for chef host Simon Rimmer and a guest celebrity chef.
Premieres July 16th 7pm
Be inspired to #dogoodwithfood with Food Cycle>>
Jeremy Irons sets out to discover the extent and effects of the global waste problem as he travels around the world to beautiful destinations tainted by pollution. This is a meticulous, brave investigative journey through 6 main topics– land, water, food, wildlife, air, humanity - that takes Irons (and all of us) from scepticism to sorrow and from horror to hope.
July 23rd-31st 10:15pm
Be Part of the Climate Solution with Friends of the Earth>>
4. Great British Garden Revival
In this series, Britain's top gardening experts each champion a gardening style or group of plants which they feel passionately about. Making bold moves together, Monty Don, Carol Klein, Rachel de Thame and James Wong are coveted gardeners that inspire a greener life. Whether it’s promoting the crucial importance of fruit trees, topiary, or tropical gardens - the time for action is now.
July 3rd-15th 5:45pm
Get Out and Go Wild with Grow Wild>>
5. Mandela, My Dad and Me
This documentary takes us on Idris Elba's journey of playing Nelson Mandela, losing his father, and travelling to South Africa to dig into his roots and make an album. We see him go through career highlights, to the ups and downs of his personal life and the challanges of creating an album. His drive to make his father proud and follow his dreams shows that with hard-work and determination you can achieve anything you set out to do.
July 15th 10:30pm, July 26 & 27th 9pm
Find your own roots with Semble>>
6. All Gardens Great & Small
This series explores various kinds of gardens from tropical to urban. Experience the joy in opening a garden in support of a charity while getting a laugh with Miranda Hart and her mum.
July 17th-19th 1pm
Get Out and Go Wild with GrowWild>>
7. Yorkshire Dales & The Lakes
Travelling through the Yorkshire Dales & Lakes you'll learn about British traditions and meet individuals who work and live in the countryside. Watch how a sheep breeder prepares for the Westmorland County Show, experience the start of lambing season, and witness communitites grow.
July 3rd-12th 2pm
Get Out and Go Wild with GrowWild>>
8. Gok's Fill Your House For Free
Gok Wan and his incredibly talented team of upcycling experts help people bring their homes or rooms to life, teaching them how to make something practical yet beautiful from something old and used. This series will make you want to re-model your place and hopefully make you think twice about how you can use something instead of throwing it away.
July 3rd-5th 4pm
Refer to our TV Guide for more listings >>
Check out how some of our programmes have changed and inspired the lives of some of our viewers >>