Entertainment for the whole family

Best of June

Meet the Khans: Big in Bolton

World boxing champion Amir Khan and his American influencer wife Faryal give an insight into their crazy, fabulous and fast-paced family life in their beloved Bolton home.

High Octane Magazine

High Octane is an auto magazine show that offers an exclusive look into the world of cars and motorcycles. From the latest models to classic cars, the show covers everything that revs the engines of auto enthusiasts. High Octane also features coverage of car shows, motorsports events, and interviews with industry experts. In short, it’s the ultimate destination for anyone who loves high-performance vehicles.

Playing with Fire

A team of firefighters, led by Fire Superintendent Jake Carson, are forced to babysit three troublesome, mischievous children who are separated from their parents following an accident.


Contestant try to navigate an extreme obstacle course that has been designed to provoke an unprecedented  number of crashes, face plants and wipeouts as competitors fight to win a grand cash prize.


Contestants who are stranded on a remote island try to survive on it and face challenging tasks to win the grand prize money.

NautiVision Magazine

NautiVision is a new nautical magazine that covers everything from luxury yachts and exclusive charter destinations to prestigious yachting events and sailing competitions. The magazine also highlights the importance of ocean sustainability and shares inside stories that make sailing one of the most exciting sports in the world.

Steve Austin's Broke Skull Challenge

Former wrestling superstar Steve Austin invites eight athletes to his ranch each week to compete in head-to-head battles until only one is left standing.

Great Chocolate Showdown

Ten home bakers go ahed-to-head in a range of creative chocolate-based challenges, vying for the grand prize.

Jay Leno's Garage

After retiring from his perch atop the American late-night TV rating in 2014, comedian Jay Leno has more time to partake in one of his passions; collecting cars. That is the focus of ‘ Jay Leno’s Garage ‘ , which showcases the ‘Tonight Show’ veteran’s journey throughout America as he searches  for uniques rides and the stories behind them. Leno explores different aspects of automobiles, including  the history of iconic brands, testing supercars, checking out the latest innovations, and ever offering consumer advice. He also talks with fellow gearheads, including celebrities, to learn about their collections. Leno says cars, to him, are “kinetic artwork” – rather than being stagnant, it is art that is rolling down the highway.


Created by WGA-winning writer Jez Butterworth (“Spectre,” “Jerusalem”) “Britannia” is set in A.D. 43 when the Romans invaded Britain led by General Aulus Plauties, who is determined to succeed where Julius Caesar  failed and conquer this mythical land on the very end of the Roman Empire. Kerra, daughter  of the King of the Cantii, is forced to put her differences and supposedly magical Druids and face their invaders. But General Aulus carries a secret that threatens to undermine the entire mission.


Following a one-night stand, Derrick, a married sports agent, finds himself embroiled in a murder scheme. As he falls deeper into the trap, he risks his life and career.

Rio Connection

Rio Connection takes place in the mid-1970s, when Italian and American authorities were closing in on three prominent figures of organised crime. On the run, the three men found themselves in Brazil, with new identities and a new goal; topicalise the mafia, tv mini series. Crime.

The Manchurian Candidate

Raymond Shaw becomes a hero after saving his unit during the Gulf War and uses his reputation to rise up the ranks of politics. However, soldier Bennet Marco doubt that the incident even took place.

I Was There

A trip back in time, placing host Theo Wilson- the grandson of a Tuskeegee Airman with a passion for history. At the centre of some of the world’s most impactful events, to deconstruct how they truly unfolded. Through original archive material, expert testimony and dramatic re-creations using CGI technology to place Wilson in the scene, the series features perspectives on some of the most pivotal moments in history. Wilson is a fly on the wall as he breaks down the barriers between the audience and the action to revisit a series of critical historical events, disasters , triumphs  and true stories to learn unexpected facts in a engaging, fast-moving, and often unpredictable way.

The Wine Show

This documentary celebrates all things wine with actors Matthew Good and James Purefoy. With their base in a countryside villa, the wine lovers go on a journey to discover the stories and history behind the popular beverage as they travel to vineyards, meet the experts and sample some of the best locally produced wines. In the first series they visit the region of Umbria in Italy and for the second they are in the south of France. Back at home in London, previous-host Matthew Rhys remains as a ‘Wine Show’ consultant, demonstrating the least in wine gadgetry and technology.