“But in some ways it now feels more pertinent – some of the events of the summer in America have really highlighted many of the things we were talking about in the series.”

The first episode of Grayson’s series, filmed in Georgia, has now been reworked to add recent footage of the protests.

It also shows the ceramicist meeting members of Atlanta’s black elite, including entrepreneurs, students of an all-black university and Shereé Whitfield, a former star of The Real Housewives of Atlanta.

When asked about what inspired him to travel across America for the show, he told this week’s Radio Times: “I did it because I’m interested in the culture war.

 

source: express.co.uk

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