|Blacker Than Black||20011020|
The story of Nathaniel Wells, the domestic slave of a plantation owner who returned to Britain and became completely assimilated by the polite society of the early 1800s.
Rudolph Walker gives a tour of literature from the African diaspora, discussing the dilemma of whether to write in the language of the ex-colonial power or in their mother tongue.
|Betrayal - The Trial Of William Davidson||20011001|
By Tanika Gupta, based on the 1820 Cato Street Conspiracy.
William Davidson, opposed to an oppressive government, has to decide whether to betray his country or his principles.
|Blood For Britain||20011008|
By Michael McMillan.
Drama set during World War II about Charles Drew, the blood plasma pioneer, who had a very private war to fight for his own freedom.
|Our Children Free And Happy||20011008|
The story of the attempt by a group of freed black slaves and British philanthropists to found a `Province of Freedom' in Sierra Leone, in 1787.
|When Tiger Woods Comes To Tiger Bay||20011015|
By Leonora Brito.
Marcus's search for identity becomes focused when he learns of his white grandmother's involvement in the 1919 Cardiff race riots.