Forces TV always kick starts every morning with classic comedy – the laughs come thick and fast thanks to the quick wit and charisma of Hogan’s Heroes and a 2000-year-old ‘bottle blonde’ – I Dream of Jeannie, back to back episodes from 0900.
Documentaries take us through weekday afternoons: look out for double-editions of Dogfights and Defenders of the Sky, plus special programmes marking the 75th Anniversary of D-Day and the Tornado’s retirement from service.
This line-up is top and tailed by Forces News at 1230 and 1730.
Then, Leger Holidays Battlefield Tours present the evening line-up on Forces TV, beginning at 1800 with British comedy gold: a double-bill of RAF National Service in Get Some In! and the friendly sparring between Windsor Davies and Donald Sinden in Never The Twain.
Time travelling laughs with Nicholas Lyndhurst in the ever popular Goodnight Sweetheart in back to back episodes from 1900. From 2100, classic action-packed drama with Edward Woodward as The Equalizer and planet Earth in a fictional 1980, under invasion from a mysterious alien race in Gerry Anderson’s UFO.
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It is committed to supporting the Armed Forces and the keeping memories alive, that is why Leger Battlefield Tours are proud to sponsor Forces TV around the 75th Anniversary of D-Day, where we all remember the stories, the bravery and the sacrifice of those who gave their lives.
For more information on the Leger's Battlefield Tours on offer, visit www.legerbattlefields.co.uk or call 01709 385 900 to explore the options or make a booking.