|20100224||The golly, invented in the 19th century, is a potent symbol and has not lost its power to generate controversy in recent years. But there is more than one golly in the public imagination. For some, he is a marker of how far we've come in realising the power of language and stereotypes to cause offence; for others he is the icon of a fondly remembered childhood, carrying as much political freight as a teddy bear. In this programme, journalist and presenter Henry Bonsu finds out how the golly has come to mean such different things to different people.|
Henry Bonsu on how the golly has come to mean such different things to different people.