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Find out how black history has touched your life with a personalised archive experience.
Discover their story of political activism, historic struggle and artistic innovation.
A look at the relationship between Britain and people whose origins lie in Africa.
A one stop shop for BBC and partner resources about black and British history.
Nicola Adams, boxer and Olympian, is interviewed by Kirsty Young for Desert Island Discs.
David Harewood examines the obstacles facing black Britons in rising to power.
In a live discussion Ace and Bridgette Tetteh ask what it's like to be black in Britain.
In a special programme, Ace and Bridgitte Tetteh explore identity and culture in 2016.
Adrian Chiles on the 1979 whites vs blacks football match at West Bromwich Albion.
Exceptional figures from all walks of life share their thoughts on being black today.
1Xtra’s A.Dot gets under the skin of the grime scene and sets up the ultimate Clash.
Watch six celebrities reveal their black British heroes, from sportsmen to singers.
Surprising and illuminating conversations about the black and British experience.
Grime MC Big Narstie wades in to put some of the biggest online debates to bed.
Dane is deeply frustrated with life. He is almost 30 and still lives with his parents.
Film about Sheku Kanneh-Mason, who became the first black winner of BBC Young Musician.
How a small group of Jamaican musicians created songs of Rastafari, revolution and hope.
Explore Art UK's selection of black and British artists from the nation’s art collection.
Some of the artists who have emerged from Black British music over 25 years of Later...
A family experiences what life was like for the first Caribbean immigrants to Britain.
How Caribbean and African women came to the UK to save the then ailing health service.
Unprecedented access to the workings of a Pentecostal church in London.
Clemency Burton-Hill and Roderick Williams with an edition from BBC Maida Vale studios.
David Olusoga joins Nicholas Crane, Madeleine Bunting, Imtiaz Dharker. Host Amol Rajan.
Seani B explores the realities of life in the UK for a young black man or women.
Bernardine Evaristo, Keith Piper, Miranda Kaufmann and Kehinde Andrews on black Britain.
Four live programmes, playing the very best in reggae music from across the decades.
Hear Young Musician of the Year 2016 Sheku Kanneh Mason play and chat live in the studio.
Live from the Conference of Inclusion and Diversity in Composition Manchester.
Catch up on this series on black people in Britain in the 18th and early 19th centuries.