When nobody can pronounce your name
8 November 2012 Last updated at 19:33 GMT
As a child growing up in 1980s Britain, journalist Sangita Myska desperately wanted a name her white English friends could pronounce.
She says getting someone to pronounce her name was like sending it through a verbal mincer: Sanjeeta, Fangita, Sageeta, Sangria.
As she tries to book a table in a restaurant, we hear just what this feels like when you have a "foreign" sounding name.