Yorkshire Firefighters: Which Fire and Rescue Service feature in BBC series?


Yorkshire Firefighters is going to be taking a behind-the-scenes look at how brave men and women do all they can to keep communities safe. The BBC Two series was filmed during the pandemic when there were even more dangers than usual to contend with. Yorkshire Firefighters will start tonight, Thursday, July 29, at 8pm.

Which Fire and Rescue service feature in Yorkshire Firefighters? 

Those who are going to be showcased in the new mini-series are those part of the West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.

This particular service has around 900 firefighters who dedicate their lives to serving more than two million people.

Each episode of Yorkshire Firefighters will focus on those behind the visors, often risking their lives for their communities.

The show was filmed late last year when the coronavirus pandemic had peaked.

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A BBC spokesperson confirmed to Express.co.uk that the series would zoom in on the work of six Watches at fire stations across West Yorkshire.

These are Killingbeck Green Watch in Leeds, Hunslet Red Watch in Leeds, Leeds Central White Watch, Dewsbury White Watch, Bradford Blue Watch, and Huddersfield Green Watch.

There was also the Control Room Blue Watch which featured in the series.

From the sounds of it, the teams were kept very busy at the end of the last year.

From helping the vulnerable in their homes to keeping one of the biggest fires Bradford has seen in decades under control, Yorkshire Firefighters is bound to be an interesting watch.

The BBC teases: “Filmed using the latest technology, viewers will be brought closer than ever before to real-life emergencies, seeing inside burning buildings and getting to the heart of the action.

“Expect drama, jeopardy, hair-raising moments and firefighters working day and night to be the best at what they do – with plenty of Yorkshire warmth and humour along the way too.”

Soon enough, all episodes will be ready to watch on-demand.

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As mentioned, Yorkshire Firefighters is going to begin this evening on BBC Two.

The docuseries will be made up of four episodes in total with a new instalment airing every week.

The final episode is going to air on BBC Two on Thursday, August 19.

But if you don’t want to wait that long for new episodes, then you can stream the entirety of the series via BBC iPlayer once it premieres.

Deputy Chief Fire Officer Dave Walton, said: “We are hugely excited and proud to feature in
Yorkshire Firefighters showcases the skills and expertise of the modern day Fire and Rescue Service.

“The programme offers a rare glimpse into the daily lives of Firefighters and our Control Room staff.

“Our teams work tirelessly around the clock to save lives whether that be as a consequence
of fires, road traffic collisions, water rescues or a whole range of other types of technical
rescues, and we’re excited for viewers to see what it really takes to be a Yorkshire 

Yorkshire Firefighters is available to watch on BBC iPlayer.

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