Defining Britishness; Channel 4’s Make Bradford British

Channel 4 have produced an interesting documentary about the concept of Britishness: Making Bradford British.  It has elements in common with my project – the interface between immigrant culture, race and national identity.  My project, of course, is looking at it from the other side: if you are British, what does your migrant heritage mean to you, and how does it influence your life and identity.

Follow the link to 4 On Demand to watch it.  And add your thoughts into the comments box below – I’ll be bringing you my write-up and thoughts on the documentary in the next couple of days, when the second episode has been broadcast.

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About Ash Bhardwaj

A storyteller, travel writer, journalist and film-maker. I am a regular contributor to Huffington Post, The Telegraph and the Sunday Times Travel Magazine. I spent much of 2013 working on Walking The Nile, Levison Wood's attempt to walk the world's longest river. I founded Digital Dandy, a video storytelling company, in 2012 to produce content for brands and businesses.
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