BBC Two has commissioned a new documentary series called Yorkshire Firefighters.
The four-part series will take viewers onto the frontline with the men and women of West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.
The West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service has 900 firefighters who often put themselves in life-threatening situations to serve and help a population of more than two million people.
Filmed using the latest technology, viewers will get an in-depth insight into real life emergencies and unprecedented access to the men and women keeping their communities safe during the pandemic.
The series sees the firefighters go through plenty of dangerous moments, from bringing under control one of Bradford’s biggest fires in decades, to helping vulnerable people in their homes.
Despite the jeopardy and drama, there is plenty of Yorkshire warmth and charm too.
Deputy Chief Fire Office Dave Walton commented: “We are hugely excited and proud to feature in Yorkshire Firefighters which 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 firefighter.”
Yorkshire Firefighters will air on 29 July at 8pm.