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The Human Side: White Man's World


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I tried to help them when they came but when I saw the ways of them-no I am profoundly West Indian. I would like to stay West Indian. I do not see how possibly I could be British.
By the end of the century more than three million coloured people will be living in Britain-at least six times as many as there are today. Tonight The Human Side examines the attitudes of coloured people and their white neighbours.
Introduced by Bill Wedderburn.


Presenter: Bill Wedderburn
Reporter: James Douglas Henry
Film cameraman: Eugene Carr
Film cameraman: Brian Probyn
Film cameraman: Alan More
Sound recordist: Ron Hooper
Sound recordist: Alan Wake
Film editor: Alan Martin
Research: Richard Broad
Research: Mary Hoskins
Director: Richard Taylor
Producer: Paul Bonner

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The Human Side: White Man's World

BBC Two England, 28 September 1964 21.45

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