Sat, 12 Jul 14
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On this show - men who've travelled from around the world to make Britain their home? How are they fitting in and what extraordinary situations have they left behind and discovered in the UK? Tim Samuels speaks with two gay Ugandans who fled to Britain fearing death and persecution, and instead found the freedom of Soho's gay bars. We also hear from the Syrian businessman looking for love, the Romanian supporting his family on £180 per week and the Somalian, who despite living in Wales for nearly 20 years, faces the possibility of deportation. Plus, we've the story of a man who escaped the Rwandan genocide, only to return there to find the girl of his dreams.
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