TV, Film and Video

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A series of short stories inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement.

Horrible Histories charts the contribution of Black people to British life throughout history. 


Every faith marks the circle of life with age-old rituals and ceremonies. But how are they celebrated and commemorated in a multi-faith, modern Britain?

BBC's Being series consists of 5 episodes each one exploring a different religion celebrated by people of faith in Britain.

The School that tried to end racism. A pioneering British school helps its students uncover and eradicate hidden racial biases. The students are tested for unconscious bias and are shocked by the results.

Lyrically gifted middle schooler Karma juggles rap dreams and rhyme schemes while using her talent, ambition and heart to solve any problem.

[Watch the trailer here] explores what it means to be Black and British, meeting civil rights heroes, inspirational schoolchildren and tech trailblazers, and looks at present-day struggles.

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Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne Pinnock explores racism across the music industry and confronts her own experiences as the only black member of the band. 

From presumptions that you're being forced to wear it, to being told 'to go back to your own country' because of it - when it comes to clothing, the veil is arguably the most contentious of them all.  In this episode of the 5 minute BBC series, we hear from some wearers about the stereotypes they encounter.

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British Muslims are not chuffed about being asked stupid stuff, over and over. They want to put people in the know about the ridiculous things not to say, like, "Do you miss bacon sarnies?" So, in this episode of the 5 minute BBC series, get wise, and give them a break…

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In the 5 minute BBC series, eight people from Jewish backgrounds talk through some of the most common misconceptions about their faith and lifestyles, including their opinions on bacon, keeping kosher, and "the weird hats”.

In the 5 minute BBC series, people from East Asian backgrounds disucss misconceptions and assumptions about their heritage – from presuming they are all from one country, being thought of as Kung Fu experts by default, or receiving ‘compliments’ about their eyes

From people presuming you must be into Stormzy and to being on the receiving end of incredibly hurtful assumptions, the 5 minute BBC series focuses on the downright offensive statements young black men reguarly receive.

From being told to ‘go back to your own country’ by one person, while the next asks if you’ll ‘do their bathroom’ (at a reduced rate of course) the 5 minute BBC series focuses on the statements that if Eastern European's are tired of hearing.

Part of the BBC Series "Things Not to Say" This 5 minute video focuses on some of the misguided comments, questions and assumptions Sikhs often encounter.

Part of the BBC Series "Things Not to Say" This 5 minute video focuses on things not to say to people with Afro Hair. 

The 2022 Powerlist has been topped by Jacky Wright, Corporate Vice President and Chief Digital Officer for Microsoft US.

The Powerlist celebrates leading figures with African and Caribbean heritage working in health, business, science and the arts.

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In the event Lenny touches on his start his career, his career highlights and his fight for diversity.

The Black Power activists who challenged racism in the UK and helped to shape a new political landscape.

Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man. Acho sits down to have an “uncomfortable conversation” with white America, in order to educate and inform on racism, system racism, social injustice, rioting & the hurt Black people are feeling today.

Cerys Matthews presents the story of Wales’s first black head teacher, Betty Campbell, and the statue that will celebrate her lifetime of remarkable achievements.

Michael Omari, better known as Stormzy, is one of Britain’s most successful musicians and an ambassador for grime, a genre of music that emerged from the streets of multicultural London in the early 2000s and that is characterized by frenetic urgency.

George the Poet performs Gangland, a poem from Chapter 2 of Have You Heard George's Podcast? at the BBC's Radio Theatre.

A spoken word piece written as a contribution for Black History Month. It is based on a conversation between the soul and brain of millions of Black people worldwide.

The cast and crew of Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker give you a behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming series about her life, and discuss how her legacy is impacting the beauty industry and the world more than a century later.

How do I talk to my son about race?
A year on from the death of George Floyd, BBC presenter Eddie Nestor examines his role as a father and how he should approach conversations with his own children about racism.

Together with a group of fathers, his wife Lisa and the UK’s largest anti-racism charity, Nestor takes a deep look into how both children and parents can be better equipped in these discussions.

People are afraid to say the wrong thing. Three leading women in the arts have spoken about the lack of diversity in their industry as part of Black History Month.

Playwright Winsome Pinnock, ballerina Francesca Hayward and composer Shirley Thompson, talk about their struggles to get to the top.

Football fan credits daighter with changing his racist beliefs. BBC reporter Manish Pandey has been speaking to football fan Neil, who says he was a racist and a bigot until his daughter Millie showed him that his behaviour was unacceptable.