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BBC Four announces new programmes that celebrate diversity


BBC four has announced a season of new programmes that celebrate British diversity and explores the secret tribes and communities that have helped shape modern British History. The new programmes which will air on BBC Four across February include A Very British History, a new series unpacking the untold stories of communities across the UK including the Jewish community in Leeds, African-Caribbeans in Birmingham, Romany Gypsies around the Home Counties, and Ugandan Asians in Leicester. This season will also include Soon Gone: A Windrush Chronicle, new contemporary dance piece titled Windrush: Movement of the People by Phoenix Dance Theatre celebrating the arrival of HMT Empire Windrush to the UK in 1948 and; Don McCullin: Looking for England which follows the celebrated photographer on his journey to document the country.


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