New Classic Series Bangers & Cash Begins April

Bangers And Cash
Bangers And Cash - Thursday 18th April at 8pm, Channel Yesterday - UK TV

If you thought classics on TV had gone relatively quiet for a while, think again, there’s another new series about to hit the square box Thursday 18th April at 8pm, Channel Yesterday – UK TV.

The series has been commissioned by UKTV for its leading factual channel, Yesterday. Bangers & Cash follows a family run business, Mathewsons in a bid to search out some long lost gems around the sheds and barns of the UK, before taking them to be auctioned.

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As with every set of wheels, there’s a yarn behind the classic and why it has been overlooked for so long, including why its going under the hammer.

Bangers & Cash is set in the picturesque, quintessential English village of Thornton Le-Dale in North Yorkshire, where the Mathewsons run a family business from a bygone era.

Air Television’s Andy Joynson said:
We’re excited to be bringing some amazing classic cars to the screen with the help of the most knowledgeable experts in the business. The cars bring people together and we’ll explore the great stories behind them. We think viewers will really warm to the Matthewsons – they are a real family business spanning three generations and what they don’t know about the golden age of motoring and the cars that made it, isn’t worth knowing. 

The new TV series has been ordered by UKTV director of commissioning, Richard Watsham and UKTV genre general manager for comedy & entertainment, Steve North. The series is produced by Air Television with Andy Joynson as executive producer. Natalie Rose will executive produce for UKTV.

Yesterday channel director, Gerald Casey, said:
We’re looking forward to taking the Yesterday audience on a nostalgia drive with the team at Matthewsons as they unearth some classic British motors. 


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