Cardiff has been home to Somalis since the 19th century, but the new Cardiff Bay development is threatening the future of the country's oldest African community.
Nigerians make up Britain's biggest African community, and as a second generation emerges, issues of culture and identity are becoming central.
Ghanaians have been coming to Britain since before independence. But Ghana's present economic problems mean that many are staying longer than they had originally planned.
He hears the stories of Ugandan refugees who continue to arrive in Britain even though it is 20 years since the overthrow of dictator Idi Amin.