Queen of Africa: The Miriam Makeba Story
A Storyville documentary that takes a look at the life of South African singer and civil rights activist Miriam Makeba, whose music delivered messages against racism and poverty.
The Unwanted: The Secret Windrush Files
How black immigrants who made Britain their home came face to face with the government's 'hostile environment'. David Olusoga exposes the secret files behind the Windrush scandal.
Tinie Tempah, Emeli Sandé, and other well-known Black Britons share their poignant, funny, and emotional experiences of the conversations parents have to help their children face racism.
Hair Power: Me and My Afro
A taboo-busting look at how Afro-textured hair shapes Black experience in modern Britain, as writer Emma Dabiri talks to men and women about their hair stories
The School That Tried to End Racism
BAFTA-winning documentary series that follows a British school as it helps its students uncover and eradicate hidden racial biases, exploring how this can affect us all and what we can do to tackle it.
Black is the New Black
Exceptional figures from politics, business, sport, science, and more share their insights into being black and British today, how they got where they are, and thoughts on what the future holds.
Fighting the Power
Daniel Henry follows the Black Lives Matter campaign in the UK, as the country is forced to look again at its record on race in the wake of the death of George Floyd in the US.
Too White For Me
Nick Broomfield's 1992 film follows Chicco Twala, one of South Africa's few aspiring Black millionaires, as he tries to promote a Tracy Chapman concert in Johannesburg.
Obama: The President Who Inspired the World
Matt Frei examines Barack Obama's life and career, a year after the end of his presidency.
1981: a devastating fire leaves 13 black teens dead. The protests, unrest, and accusations of indifference defined race relations for a generation. From director Steve McQueen.
Take Your Knee Off My Neck
Black British filmmakers explore the impact of George Floyd's killing by the police and the protest it has sparked in the UK.
Whitney: Can I Be Me?
Made with rare footage and exclusive live recordings, Nick Broomfield's film tells Whitney Houston's incredible and poignant life story with insights from those closest to her.
An examination of the Black Power movement in the late 1960s in the UK, surveying both the individuals and the cultural forces that defined the era.
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