On our TV channel we show a range of programmes to inspire, educate and empower amongst other themes. At the end of some of our shows, we have pointed you to visit our website for additional resources as they have included themes that can be triggering or may have motivated you to do further research. Use the headers below to find the corresponding resources for the show that has led you here.
Just like physical health, your mental health can fluctuate. It is ok to feel depressed, anxious, and generally not yourself. It is normal to have a range of sad and happy feelings throughout the course of a day. Here are some organisations that can provide you with expert advice and support for your mental health. You can also reach out to our team who can directly connect you to an organisation, and we will listen to you. We hear you, and we are here for you >>
Dara and Ed's Road to Mandalay follows comedians Dara O'Briain and Ed Bryne on an adventure stretching 3500 miles from Malaysia to Myanmar. Since filming, the political situation in Myanmar has destabilised. We can understand you may feel concerned and upset by the situation in Myanmar. We've identified some of the UK's biggest charities working in Myanmar to help civilians >>
“Cut” is a documentary that travels from war zones to middle America to interview FGM (female genital mutilation) survivors, activists, cutters and doctors to uncover an often-secret practice. We understand that after watching this documentary, you may have questions or concerns. Access the organisations can offer guidance or support for FGM here >>
We aspire to encourage positive change in the lives of our viewers, for you to stay happier and healthier. And a happier life also means healthy relationships. You can find an assortment of resources for supporting healthy relationships with yourself and other people. These resources are specially collected for the viewers of our Sex Secrets series that run in the evenings on Together TV >>
Incidence of MS is increasing and there is currently no cure. ‘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. It explores 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 >>
Transsexual Stories highlights the daily struggles and emotions five transsexual women go through in their life. It highlights the extraordinary situations Transsexuals may have to endure that many people do not know about. Together TV believes in helping and doing good for people, especially those wanting to connect, find help or even advice. Therefore, we have put together a few resources from trusted charities able to help >>
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