The UKTV Original Series will return to Yesterday screens next year.
Yesterday unveils hidden gems in World’s Greatest Palaces.
Castles: Britain’s Fortified History examines the luxurious lifestyles and extravagant spending of Britain’s medieval monarchs, and makes today’s royals look relatively thrifty in comparison.
An unsung hero airman who spent five hours following the German battleship Bismarck while the Royal Navy closed in and sank it is to be revealed on new TV series Trading History.
According to new research by the Yesterday channel to mark new series Trading History, UKTV have discovered nearly three quarters of the country is keeping historical items in the hope they will be worth something in years to come.
Rembrandt, Raphael, the Mona Lisa and The Blue Boy have all been rendered as photorealistic ‘selfie’ style portraits in an incredible new digital art project, which shows how some of the most famous painters and paintings in history would have looked had camera technology been invented in the 16th century.
UKTV becomes first TV broadcaster to feature in The Sunday Times 100 best companies to work for list
Multi-award winning media company, UKTV, is celebrating being in The Sunday Times 100 best companies to work for list for the very first time.
UKTV channel ‘Yesterday’ is to look into the world of seemingly Impossible Engineering.
Yesterday, Britain’s biggest factual channel, has announced it is to air Raiders of the Lost Past, from producers World Media Rights.
UKTV’s Yesterday has announced a new thirteen part series Secrets of the Bible.