8 August 2022
Home Office 'can never really compensate' says Meg Hillier about the Windrush scandal
Since 2018, the Windrush Scandal has seen a backlog of cases go resolved. Many from the Windrush generation fear that resolving cases is not on the cards for them and feel burdened by the ongoing struggle for compensation. MP Meg Hillier discusses.
29 July 2022
The trials and tribulations of the UK visa system
The story of Abigoliah Schaumaun and her struggles with being approved for a partnership visa after living in the UK for five years.
7 December 2021
Interview with expert on international migration, Professor Heaven Crawley
Heaven Crawley, a professor of International Migration, explains the realities that refugees are facing and how the UK government is failing to provide them with safe and legal options.
3 February 2021
Interview with Teresa Norman, Founder and Chief Executive of TogetherintheUK
TogetherintheUK serves people migrating to the UK for whom English is not their first language and who face challenges in adapting to life in the UK. Their aim is to to develop the tools and information that will support an inclusive life for migrants.
4 July 2020
‘Locked In A Cage’
On the 4th of July, America’s Independence Day, we seek to answer: Is the American Dream a lie?
27 June 2020
Will Covid-19 change attitudes to immigration?
This week the tables are turned and Tayo's in the hot seat talking about his immigration article
10 June 2020
Migration means resilience and strength, says producer Joanna Suchomska
Brightest and Best reveals the often untold story of migrants
28 May 2020
Will Covid-19 affect attitudes to immigration?
Should we expect a post-Covid Britain to be more hospitable for immigrants? History suggests there’s no guarantee.
5 November 2019
Interview with Darren Coffield, artist and creator of "Against The Tide"
"Read widely, paint wildly, be wily."
19 September 2018
What will a no-deal Brexit actually look like for the UK dance industry?
With just over six months to go until Brexit meets its deadline, growing concerns are accumulating in the creative sector. But what does a no-deal - or bad deal - Brexit mean for the UK's dance industry?
23 April 2017
Cambridge Literary Festival: The Good Immigrant
Writers who contributed the The Good Immigrant look at the challenges concerning race and immigration today.
5 January 2017
The Good Immigrant, ed. Nikesh Shukla
As 2016 went along, immigration became a hotter and hotter topic in the UK. For Read A New Book Month I took on The Good Immigrant.