Originally commissioned as a one-off Hogmanay special in 2013, the show proved a hit with critics and viewers and was recommissioned as a regular series. The third series pulled in UK audiences of more than 1.8m, while in Scotland it seen by more than 400,000 – roughly a quarter share of the viewing audience.
Viewers will experience the jeopardy and the excitement of the bombing raid, as VR transports them into the belly of Lancaster bomber ‘F for Freddie’. As the plane flies high over Berlin while anti-aircraft shells burst all around, the sense of danger is palpable, and justified – just four months after this flight F for Freddie was shot down over Stettin.
The all-British world title fight has been eagerly anticipated ever since both fighters came through their respective semi-finals back in February, and the winner will not only walk away with a world title but the Muhammad Ali Trophy, WBC Diamond and Ring Magazine belts as well.
Airing in Australia on ABC, the drama stars Aaron Pedersen as detective Jay Swan, who is sent to the remote outback town of Patterson for what he thinks will be a simple investigation into the disappearance of two young jackaroos.
Set around a caravan park on the north Wales coast, Pitching In tells the story of three generations of the same family, all struggling to make the best of a very unusual – and sometimes very difficult – situation.