4/4. A British Story. Leading lights of Britain's black culture analyse how the country's mood toward the immigrant population has changed over the past 50 years from hostility to acceptance. First shown on BBC2 See also TVs Black Pioneers at 12 midnight and Tales from the Front Room tomorrow at 10.20pm
1/2. Documentary celebrating the life and career of the jazz musician, composer and record producer, beginning with his childhood.
10.00 2/2. Charting how the American jazz musician recovered from a brain aneurism to become a record and film producer of works including Back on the Block and Thriller.
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