NEW DOCUMENTARY PREMIERE ON GHANA INDEPENDENCE DAY
"British Ghanaians: Lost in Translation" – New Documentary to Premiere on OH TV!
On Ghana Independence Day (6th March) 2015 OH TV will air the investigative documentary titled "British Ghanaians: Lost in Translation?"
Join television presenter Ortis Deley (Gadget Show, Channel 5), who sets out on a quest to discover the root causes of the decline in Ghanaian languages, being spoken in London amongst British Ghanaians. Inspired by his own lack of fluency in a Ghanaian language, Ortis is intrigued by the stories of other successful British Ghanaians, who aren't all fluent Ghanaian language speakers either.
He aims to encourage Ghanaians everywhere in Britain to learn their languages and therefore further embrace their cultural identity.
The Rt Hon. Lord Boateng - “I’m passionate about young British Ghanaians and their right to know, to understand and to speak their parent’s Ghanaian languages.”
Dentaa Amoateng, CEO and Founder, GUBA Awards - “It’s part of our identity and culture to be able to speak in our Ghanaian languages.”
Mista Silva, British Ghanaian Afrobeats Artist - “I think the rise of Afrobeats (in the UK) helps young people connect with their (Ghanaian) culture.”
Do not miss out on this insightful documentary!
Showing Friday 6th March 2015 – Ghana Independence Day
TIME: 7pm GMT
OH TV is available on SKY CHANNEL 199 and Vision TV via Freeview Channel 244
WATCH THE PROMO HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olPdyxo4iXk
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