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Featuring stand-up recorded at Up the Creek Comedy Club in Greenwich, comedian Twayna Mayne explores her black British identity via her trans-racial upbringing.

Comedian Twayna Mayne's upbringing as a trans-racial adoptee is explored as she searches for her own Black British female identity. Along with stand-up in front of a live audience she chats to other women about their shared experiences, with this episode featuring a contribution from lead singer of the two tone band The Selecter, Pauline Black.

Producer: Julia McKenzie
A BBC Studios Production

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Wed 6 Nov 2019 23:00

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