An evening of investigation, celebration and discussion about how the various races in the UK live together. And host George Alagiah presents the results of a specially commissioned poll on how attitudes to race relations have changed over the last ten years.
7.02 News Extra
With David McNeil.
7.30 The 5 Live Debate
Nicky Campbell chairs a debate on institutional racism with a London audience.
9.00 The Gravy Train
Juliet Lopez investigates who is benefitting from the race relations industry.
9.30 Kick It Out- a Question of Will
Mark Bright hosts a debate on race and sport with a Birmingham audience.
10.30 Do Not Adjust Your Set
Brenda Emmanus with a celebration of black and Asian achievements in film and television. With guests Jonathan Ross, Danny John Jules, Carmen Munroe, Meera Syal and Hanif Kureshi.
11.00 Late Night Live
A special edition with George Alagiah and studio guests taking calls and e-mails from listeners.
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