Hear my radio interview on BBC London 94.9fm with Robert Elms

Sugar, Saris and Green Bananas has been so warmly received by listeners and contributors, it really has taken me by surprise. Over the last week, I have been contacted by people all over the world fascinated by the story of Indian indentured sugar workers who migrated in the 19th century to Guyana, then known as British Guiana. The story was told through the memories of their descendants living and working in London, including my own. 

On Saturday I was interviewed by Robert Elms, on BBC London 94.9 where I talked to him about Demerara, a region in Guyana where the story of Indo-Caribbean migration began.