The finalists for the 2019 Prolific North Awards have today been announced and we are very proud to have been shortlisted in two categories – Independent Production Company of the Year, and Best Broadcasting Programme – for 999 Rescue Squad.
Three generations of the Mathewson family from Thornton-le-Dale share their knowledge and passion in Bangers & Cash, Thursdays at 8pm on Yesterday from April 18th.
Air’s new TV series Bangers & Cash has been rated as the ‘pick of the day’ across several of this week’s TV Listings Magazines. The TV Times described it as “a cracking series” giving it an impressive four star rating, while the Radio Times described how the first episode “builds to an astonishing auction”. Whats..
Members of the Air TV team are heading into schools across Yorkshire as part of a new BBC Bitesize school tour – aiming to inspire young people about career options in the creative industries.
Air TV’s new classic car auction series Bangers & Cash has today been awarded special certification for its sustainable production methods.
The Albert Sustainable Production scheme recognises productions that introduce greener ways of working and mitigate their effects on the environment.
Blind adventurer Amar Latif’s incredible adventure along one of Yorkshire’s most stunning river valleys has been selected for a special nationwide screening on BBC Two.
Air TV has today been hailed as one of the 2019 best places to work in TV. The prestigious national awards from Broadcast Magazine are designed to identify, recognise and honour the best and most dynamic places of employment in TV. Now Air has been recognised for its commitment to staff training and development, team..
Yorkshire’s specialist HART paramedics are returning to W Channel this month in a second 10-part series following their dramatic rescues. The series starts on Tuesday 8th January at 10pm.
Presenter Amar Latif is heading on a journey along one of Yorkshire’s most surprising rivers in Air TV’s latest production for BBC One.
As a blind man with a passion for outdoor adventure, Amar will be abseiling into a hidden canyon, canoeing across a vast reservoir and swimming through icy waters as he discovers how the stunning landscape along the River Nidd has been shaped.
Kirsten O’Brien is taking a 15-mile walk along the more surprising part of the River Tees in Air TV’s latest programme for BBC One.