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: History: Windrush: A New Generation

the influence of the first major influx of people from the Caribbean to Britain. The 1970s began with rejection and ended in riot (S)

: History: Tommy Martin - Hidden History

Tommy Martin became a successful boxer in theUSA and Caribbean, but not in his native Britain because black boxers could not compete for UK titles

: History: Eye to Eye

film about Claudia Jones, who came to Britain in the 1950s and both founded the West Indian Gazette and started the Notting Hill Carnival

: Arts: Mad about Monet

a study of the Impressionist painter, tracing his obsessive attempts to try to capture the forms of nature and exploring his enduring popularity (S)

: Arts: American Trilogy

American art from the Royal Academy exhibition in London

: Arts: Masterclass: photography with Eamon McCabe

Leading practitioners in the world of the arts reveal the techniques

: Arts: Culture Fix

has caricature become a vital way of keeping the powerful in check?

: History: Windrush: A New Generation

the influence of the first major influx of people from the Caribbean to Britain. The 1970s began with rejection and ended in riot (S)

: History: Tommy Martin - Hidden History

Tommy Martin became a successful boxer in theUSA and Caribbean, but not in his native Britain because black boxers could not compete for UK titles

: History: Eye to Eye

film about Claudia Jones, who came to Britain in the 1950s and both founded the West Indian Gazette and started the Notting Hill Carnival

: Arts: Mad about Monet

a study of the Impressionist painter, tracing his obsessive attempts to try to capture the forms of nature and exploring his enduring popularity (S)

: Arts: American Trilogy

American art from the Royal Academy exhibition in London

: Arts: Masterclass: photography with Eamon McCabe

Leading practitioners in the world of the arts reveal the techniques

: Arts: Culture Fix

has caricature become a vital way of keeping the powerful in check?

: History: Windrush: A New Generation

the influence of the first major influx of people from the Caribbean to Britain. The 1970s began with rejection and ended in riot (S)

: History: Tommy Martin - Hidden History

Tommy Martin became a successful boxer in theUSA and Caribbean, but not in his native Britain because black boxers could not compete for UK titles

: History: Eye to Eye

film about Claudia Jones, who came to Britain in the 1950s and both founded the West Indian Gazette and started the Notting Hill Carnival

: Arts: Mad about Monet

a study of the Impressionist painter, tracing his obsessive attempts to try to capture the forms of nature and exploring his enduring popularity (S)

: Arts: American Trilogy

American art from the Royal Academy exhibition in London

: Arts: Masterclass: photography with Eamon McCabe

Leading practitioners in the world of the arts reveal the techniques

: Arts: Culture Fix

has caricature become a vital way of keeping the powerful in check?

: History: Windrush: A New Generation

the influence of the first major influx of people from the Caribbean to Britain. The 1970s began with rejection and ended in riot (S)

: History: Tommy Martin - Hidden History

Tommy Martin became a successful boxer in theUSA and Caribbean, but not in his native Britain because black boxers could not compete for UK titles

: History: Eye to Eye

film about Claudia Jones, who came to Britain in the 1950s and both founded the West Indian Gazette and started the Notting Hill Carnival

: Arts: Mad about Monet

a study of the Impressionist painter, tracing his obsessive attempts to try to capture the forms of nature and exploring his enduring popularity (S)

: Arts: American Trilogy

American art from the Royal Academy exhibition in London

: Arts: Masterclass: photography with Eamon McCabe

Leading practitioners in the world of the arts reveal the techniques

: Arts: Culture Fix

has caricature become a vital way of keeping the powerful in check?

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