FiNDERS KEEPERS

Co-Production with Scattered Pictures

Producers: Andy Jones & Will Sadler

Series Editor: Penny Murphy 

Actor and musician Kema Sikazwe is no historical expert. A young Zambian who now lives in northern England, he hasn’t even set foot inside a museum since he was ten years old. All that changes when Kema learns about the movement to return stolen objects back to where they came from. Should these priceless parts of history be returned? And if so, what’s at stake?

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Day of The Dead, Toxteth, photograph by Dan Dares with kind permission

FUNERAL PUNKS

Co-Production with Scattered Pictures

Producers: Andy Jones & Will Sadler

Programme Editor: Helen Grady

A second one-off for 'The Documentary' strand on BBC World Service - in search of new funeral traditions in the north of England...

MiGRANTS MEAN BUSiNESS

Co-Production with Scattered Pictures

Producers: Andy Jones & Will Sadler

Kim Tserkezie explores how migrants have used their entrepreneurial skills to become part of British communities and finds out whether the experiences of successful businesses accrued over generations, still resonate with migrants arriving today.

Featuring Italian ice-cream in South Shields, and halloumi cheese from Syria, re-invented as Yorkshire Squeaky!