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World Stories: Czech Gypsies
First broadcast June 2007

Roma gypsies

BBC World Service journalists come from every corner of the world. Balanced news reporting is their job - covering the news minute-by-minute is what drives them most of them time.

In this special series of programmes, ten BBC journalists tell stories that have a bigger message about life on our planet: emotive, human stories that humble us.

These world stories offer extraordinary insight across cultures. These are the stories our journalists have always wanted to tell.

Programme Two: Czech Gypsies

The Roma population of the Czech Republic have experienced a history of friction in their relationship with the rest of the Czech population.

Marina Denysenko from neighbouring Ukraine, travels through the Czech Republic talking to all parties and discovers just how far this relationship has diminished.

What has gone wrong with this relationship? Were there less problems under Communism, or was discrimination just better hidden then?


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