Share your memories

Do you remember seeing or hearing any of the BBC programmes featured on this website? Was Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye on the television at home? Were you a fan of Empire Road or Open Door? Might you have tuned-in to Caribbean Voices or listened to the reports of Mark Tully and Satish Jacob many years ago? Did you perhaps catch this wonderful poem, 'Grey', written and read by John Agard in a 1998 edition of Video Nation:

Performance-poet John Agard celebrates the arrival of the Empire Windrush. Video Nation Shorts, BBC Two, Tuesday 26 May, 1998, 22:00 

Do please let us know more about the role of the BBC in your life - and share with us some of your memories, good and bad.

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