The Voice

Robert Beckford examines the history of The Voice, Britain's most successful Black newspaper, now in its 25th year. He speaks to former editors, journalists and commentators - including Trevor McDonald, Bill Morris, Diane Abbott, comedian Gina Yashere, Tony Sewell and Mike Phillips.

With more broadsheets covering Black issues, is there still a need for a Black paper?

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Robert Beckford examines the history of The Voice, Britain's most successful Black newspaper, now in its 25th year. He speaks to former editors, journalists and commentators - including Trevor McDonald, Bill Morris, Diane Abbott, comedian Gina Yashere, Tony Sewell and Mike Phillips.

With more broadsheets covering Black issues, is there still a need for a Black paper?

2006040520060821

Robert Beckford examines the history of The Voice, Britain's most successful Black newspaper, now in its 25th year. He speaks to former editors, journalists and commentators - including Trevor McDonald, Bill Morris, Diane Abbott, comedian Gina Yashere, Tony Sewell and Mike Phillips.

With more broadsheets covering Black issues, is there still a need for a Black paper?

20060821

Robert Beckford examines the history of The Voice, Britain's most successful black newspaper, in its 25th year. What has it achieved and how? Robert speaks to former editors, journalists and commentators, including Trevor McDonald, Bill Morris, Diane Abbott, comedian Gina Yashere, Tony Sewell and Mike Phillips.