Reggie Yates is to present a series of programmes on BBC Three which will tackle the issue of racism in the UK.
One documentary, Is Britain racist?, explores whether prejudice against ethnic minorities remains. It will air in September.
Undercover journalists take to the streets of Britain to expose the reality of discrimination against skin colour.
Presenter Mona Chalabi will be putting British people on the spot to discover how racism affects their way of life including who they decide to marry.
According to BBC figures, 75 per cent of people have had no experience of racial prejudice, yet they reveal that race hate crime is on the rise with a number of incidents being caught on mobile phones.
From actions caught on camera to how people act in their daily life, the producers’ hope that the scenes revealed in the documentary will highlight that racism remains in this country.
Other documentaries in the race season include We want Our Country Back, KKK Town and The Worst Thing I Have Ever Been Called.
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