Warbird Workshop TV Series 2 launches
Over the course of several months this year photographer Tim Wallace shot a series of restored aircraft for the BBC Studios television series 'Warbird Workshop' that aired its first episode on the 22nd April on the Yesterday Channel. The series is narrated by actor Martin Shaw and features the background stories of the aircraft and how they were discovered and fully restored back into flight.
Commercial photographer Tim Wallace worked in 2021 on a series project for or client BBC Studios to photograph a unique collection of fully restored vintage aircraft for our UKTV and the Yesterday Channel ready for the launch of the popular TV series Warbird Workshop which commenced with its first episode going live on the 22nd April.
Driven by the success of the first Warbird Series a second series was commissioned and filmed and once again we were tasked with the
production of all the stills photography for use within the series launch, EPG and magazines, as well as for UKTV and Yesterday Channel marketing.
The new Warbird Workshop series features 4 aircraft with each plane having an episode dedicated to its story through from discovery through to its restoration back into to full flight as well as the men and women behind that.
The aircraft featured in series 2 that Tim worked with are, the infamous Hawker Hurricane G-HHII that starts the series off in episode 1 through to a fully restored Westland Sea King HAR3 helicopter, a beautiful vintage Morane Saulnier MS315 from the French Airforce and finally one of the oldest aircraft ever seen in the series, the 1911 Waterbird as she prepares for her maiden flight in Windermere.
Warbird Workshop Series 1 is also available on catch up TV as well as now on Apple TV
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