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: History: Windrush. Intolerance

documentary series tracing changes in Britain since the first major influx of people from the Caribbean, including the 1959 Notting Hill riots and the first racial killing (S)

: History: Samuel Coleridge-Taylor- Hidden History:

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor is lauded as a prominent Edwardian composer, an amazing feat for an Anglo-African of his time

: History: Hidden Empire

Catch-a-Fire: the story ofDeacon Paul Bogle who fought white rule in 19th-century Jamaica (S)

: Arts: Omnibus: Cezanne - a Day on the Mountain

Artist Paul Cezanne was obsessed with the mountain of St Victoire. In this docu-drama, a poet. an artist and a photographer visit the mountain (S)

: Arts: Space. Architects Uncovered

series about homes that embrace the future. This programme visits the homes of architects, including Richard Rogers (S)

: Arts: Culture Fix

Peter Curran explores pop art and considers how the work of artists such as Andy Warhol influenced mainstream culture

: History: Windrush. Intolerance

documentary series tracing changes in Britain since the first major influx of people from the Caribbean, including the 1959 Notting Hill riots and the first racial killing (S)

: History: Samuel Coleridge-Taylor- Hidden History:

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor is lauded as a prominent Edwardian composer, an amazing feat for an Anglo-African of his time

: History: Hidden Empire

Catch-a-Fire: the story ofDeacon Paul Bogle who fought white rule in 19th-century Jamaica (S)

: Arts: Omnibus: Cezanne - a Day on the Mountain

Artist Paul Cezanne was obsessed with the mountain of St Victoire. In this docu-drama, a poet. an artist and a photographer visit the mountain (S)

: Arts: Space. Architects Uncovered

series about homes that embrace the future. This programme visits the homes of architects, including Richard Rogers (S)

: Arts: Culture Fix

Peter Curran explores pop art and considers how the work of artists such as Andy Warhol influenced mainstream culture

: History: Windrush. Intolerance

documentary series tracing changes in Britain since the first major influx of people from the Caribbean, including the 1959 Notting Hill riots and the first racial killing (S)

: History: Samuel Coleridge-Taylor- Hidden History:

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor is lauded as a prominent Edwardian composer, an amazing feat for an Anglo-African of his time

: History: Hidden Empire

Catch-a-Fire: the story ofDeacon Paul Bogle who fought white rule in 19th-century Jamaica (S)

: Arts: Omnibus: Cezanne - a Day on the Mountain

Artist Paul Cezanne was obsessed with the mountain of St Victoire. In this docu-drama, a poet. an artist and a photographer visit the mountain (S)

: Arts: Space. Architects Uncovered

series about homes that embrace the future. This programme visits the homes of architects, including Richard Rogers (S)

: Arts: Culture Fix

Peter Curran explores pop art and considers how the work of artists such as Andy Warhol influenced mainstream culture

: History: Windrush. Intolerance

documentary series tracing changes in Britain since the first major influx of people from the Caribbean, including the 1959 Notting Hill riots and the first racial killing (S)

: History: Samuel Coleridge-Taylor- Hidden History:

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor is lauded as a prominent Edwardian composer, an amazing feat for an Anglo-African of his time

: History: Hidden Empire

Catch-a-Fire: the story ofDeacon Paul Bogle who fought white rule in 19th-century Jamaica (S)

: Arts: Omnibus: Cezanne - a Day on the Mountain

Artist Paul Cezanne was obsessed with the mountain of St Victoire. In this docu-drama, a poet. an artist and a photographer visit the mountain (S)

: Arts: Space. Architects Uncovered

series about homes that embrace the future. This programme visits the homes of architects, including Richard Rogers (S)

: Arts: Culture Fix

Peter Curran explores pop art and considers how the work of artists such as Andy Warhol influenced mainstream culture

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