UKTV has commissioned two further series of Air’s observational documentary series, Bangers & Cash for Yesterday. The third series begins in October, taking the total series order to five.
We’re massively proud to have heard today that we have been shortlisted for the Prolific North Production Company of the Year award, alongside many more great companies from across the north.
Air TV’s Matt Richards speaks to the Royal Television Society about our programmes, our team and our plans for the future.
Air TV’s award-winning River Walks programme with Amar Latif is to be shown on BBC Four this week. In the 30 minute programme, filmed on location in Nidderdale, blind adventurer Amar takes us on a route along one of Yorkshire’s most stunning river valleys.
Get ready to be totally immersed in the extraordinary lives of some of Britain’s bravest medics – and their patients. This brand new series has a whole new look and is packed full of dramatic and heart-warming stories.
Air’s new landmark series series following the teams battling to keep the UK’s most historic warplanes in the air starts this week on the Yesterday channel.
One of Air TV’s outdoor adventure programmes for the BBC is in the running for a prestigious award this weekend.
Air TV’s brand new series Warbird Workshop was officially launched this week at the Imperial War Museum in London.
Commissioners, contributors and the Air TV production team gathered for a special screening in the museum.
The Mathewsons are heading back onto Yesterday in a brand new 10-part series. The unique family of classic car auctioneers from Thornton le Dale in North Yorkshire.
The new series starts at 8pm on Thursday 6th February.
Air TV has today been selected as one of the 2020 Best Places to Work for in TV. We’re really proud to have made the list for the second year running, being recognised for our team ethos, commitment to training and flexible working practices.