Channel 4 - Make Leicester British (2014) HDTV x264-MVGroup
HDTV | 1023x576 | .MKV/AVC @ 1432 Kbps | 01h11mn48s | Audio: English AAC 128 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: None | 735 MiB
Leicester is one of Britain's most ethnically-diverse cities, and one of the first where white Britons are no longer in a majority. This follow-up to Make Bradford British brings together eight Leicester residents: four British citizens from various backgrounds, plus three recent migrants from Central and Eastern Europe and one from Somalia. They spend time together to explore their feelings about immigration and what being British means to them. Since the Bradford series was broadcast in 2012, immigration has become an even bigger political issue, with a YouGov poll finding that immigration is now seen as the 'most important issue facing the country', and Ukip's 2014 victory in European elections - and first MP - on an anti-EU, anti-immigration platform. Leicester's ethnic makeup has undergone significant changes thanks to migration, including from Central and Eastern Europe. The city has a reputation as a harmonious city and a model of successful multiculturalism.