The swinging sixties has been named as the most defining decade of the 20th Century in British history a study revealed yesterday.
Yesterday is taking a step back in time to The Sixties with a new documentary series.
Yesterday, part of UKTV’s network of ten channels, is to air a new series called Weekend Warriors. The factual series looks at those who involve themselves in the war battle recreations.
Yesterday, Britain’s biggest factual channel, has signed an acquisitions deal with PBS International for the new series Secrets of Britain.
Yesterday, part of UKTV’s network of ten channels, is to air Raiders of the Lost Art.
UKTV channel Yesterday has struck a co-production deal with Like A Shot Entertainment for WWII Air Crash Investigators.
Jamie Theakston is to return to UKTV channel Yesterday with a second series of Forbidden History.
UKTV announces Yesterday and Really is available to 7-day catch up on YouView service from today.
Watch, Dave, Alibi, Really, Drama, Good Food, Home, Yesterday, Eden and Gold have all launched on Virgin Media’s Virgin TV Anywhere service, available on PC, iOS and Android mobile and tablet devices.
As announced back in July Jamie Theakston is to look into Forbidden History for UKTV channel Yesterday. The show begins later this week.