'Hillsborough', a brand new, hard-hitting hour-long documentary will form the centre piece of a night of programming available to watch completely free of charge on LFC TV on April 15.
Whether you're a Virgin Media or Sky Digital subscriber, LFC TV will be available to watch free between 6pm and midnight as the club's official television channel marks the 19th anniversary of the disaster that cost 96 supporters their lives with a night of specially selected programmes.
At 6pm, a special hour-long edition of 'LFC Now', the channel's news show, will be dedicated to showing the entire Hillsborough Memorial Service, filmed earlier in the day at Anfield.
This will be followed by 'Cup Kings 89', a three-hour programme looking back on the most emotionally charged FA Cup final ever. Club captain Ronnie Whelan, John Aldridge and the-then BBC Radio Merseyside reporter Graham Beecroft look back on the cup run that took the Reds first to Hillsborough and then, eventually, on to Wembley. As well as the entire final against Everton, the trio talk about the build up to the disaster as well as the incredibly difficult aftermath and, of course, the actual final itself.
At 10pm, 'Hillsborough', the new LFC TV documentary, will be shown for the very first time. Featuring contributions from the likes of Sheila Coleman, Phil Hammond, Neil Fitzmaurice, Peter Carney, Rogan Taylor, John Barnes and John Aldridge amongst others, 'Hillsborough' is essential viewing for not just Liverpool fans, but all football supporters.
At 11pm, 'Sixty Minutes with John Aldridge' sees one of Liverpool's favourite sons talk about his life growing up worshiping Bill Shankly and Roger Hunt, his big break in football and just what it meant to finally pull on the red shirt after Kenny Dalglish signed him from Oxford United. As one of the players hardest hit by the Hillsborough disaster, Aldo talks about how the tragedy affected him.
All four programmes are available to watch free on LFC TV, Channel 544 on Virgin, Channel 448 on Sky.