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Published by Sage Publications, London, in 2002, ‘Representing Black Britain: Black and Asian Images on Television’ written by Sarita Malik provides a critical history of the representation of Asian and Black communities on British television, beginning from the first days of broadcasting to recent times. Within a span of 216 pages, the author deals with a wide variety of related topics including ...