They are Britain’s most ambitious home builders, determined to build a new life for their families while taking on the country’s most rundown abandoned buildings. From crumbling railway stations to abandoned RAF bases, disused lighthouses to imposing water towers, across the UK dozens of enthusiastic families with ambition and building skills are hard at work..
From the baking wastes of the Aussie outback to the wild shores of Sydney’s surfing beaches, join the everyday heroes struggling to deal with emergencies in one of the world’s most extreme landscapes. Emergency Rescue Down Under takes you to the heart of the action with the cops, flying doctors, flight nurses, vets and firefighters..
Joining the adventure tourists spending the summer in the Lake District. As the park attracts a new wave of tourists, this documentary follows the campers, bikers, swimmers and climbers and looks to the future.
In hangars and machine shops the length and breadth of Britain a brave bunch of engineers and aviators are battling to keep the UK’s most historic warplanes in the air. From Spitfires to C47 paratroop planes, Cold War jets to helicopters, the skies of 2020 are home to a growing fleet of antique warbirds –..
Adventures on two of the North’s most dramatic rivers. Join Kirsten O’Brien and Amar Latif on their epic journeys along the Tees and the Nidd.
Meet the family of vintage car-crazy petrol-heads with oil in their veins and classic motors on their minds… Now Air TV is joining the larger than life family firm in the cab on an extraordinary road-trip as they recover cars that have been forgotten for decades.
999 Rescue Squad gives viewers a vivid insight into the adrenaline-packed working lives of the Yorkshire Ambulance Service’s HART Team. We’re alongside them as they enter accident scenes, support police confronting armed criminals, brave toxic gas clouds and abseil down cliff-faces.
Helicopter ER Critical Hour takes viewers into lifesaving emergency medicine as we’ve never seen it before.
Never before have cameras got so close to the cutting edge of modern emergency medicine. Helicopter ER races into action at 170 miles an hour aboard Europe’s most up-to-date medical choppers and their heroic crews.