"Like Who Do You Think You Are, but better", said The Guardian's Sam Wollaston
Big congratulations to Leo Burley for taking a seemingly familiar format and using it to break new popular history ground as Series Producer and Director of BBC One 'My Family, Partition and Me' (online now here). It's a timely call for religious and cultural tolerance made to remember and explain the partition of India 70 years later.
The Independent – “This is what documentaries should be: history lessons with human faces.”
The Telegraph – “It was a moving reminder, that even amid apocalyptic savagery, human decency endures.”
The Times – “Like any good documentary about the past, My Family, Partition, and Me had plenty to say about the present”