UK360 - Episode 30 - Angellica Bell
22 October 2012, 01:44
Angellica Bell presents episode 30 of UK360 – the programme that gives a voice to communities across the UK. Every week, we give the great British public the opportunity to share news and stories from their local areas. Remember to send us a Tweet, #UK360 and tell us an inspiring story from your local neighbourhood.
How important is Black History Month?
October is Black History Month and, to mark the occasion, UK360 went to find out what the public really think of this celebratory month. Remember, we want to know what you think – #UK360 and tweet us your opinion on whether you think Black History Month is an important event, or just a token gesture. Thanks to TrueTube for this contributing this footage. Visit http://www.truetube.co.uk to see more of their videos.
UK360 reporter Simon Constantine
1948 witnessed the biggest migration of carribbean settlers to Britain giving birth to multi-cultural Britain as we know it. Reporter Simon Constantine caught up with different generations of Londoners to find out how they’re marking such a momentous occasion.
Remember if you want to be a UK360 reporter like Simon and to share your local community story with the nation, get in touch with us at UK360@communitychannel.org and we can make it happen!
Kids Count at Party Conferences
Each year, the charity Kids Count send their youth board to the three main political party conferences to bring the ‘voice of the street’ to the people who can effect change. This year, they teamed up with Media Trust to make reports for UK360 on the hard hitting issues that affect young people. The theme this year was Youth Crime.
The first film joins Aleksandra Terzova as she asks people at the Liberal Democrat conference in Brighton whether a negative perception of young people is putting their safety at risk?
Sam Lawrence quizzes visitors to Labour’s party conference on whether the criminal justice system is the best way of dealing with youth crime.
Kajal Chhapia reports from the Conservative party conference, where she asks delegates for their opinions on community and grassroot solutions to the problem of youth crime.
To find out more about Kids Count and their campaigns visit: http://www.kidscount.org.uk
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