Big interview - Jayne Olorunda on racism still needing to be tackled in NI #BBCNolan

Sep 05, 2014, 11:22 AM

Jayne Olorunda was just 2 years old when her Nigerian born father Max was killed by an IRA bomb that was being transported on a train he was travelling on. Jayne has written a book about her experiences growing up here. "Legacy" explores her own mother's childhood in Strabane, and the prejudices she experienced when she married Jayne's dad. It also looks at Jayne's own personal battle with an eating disorder and the racism has encountered growing in Northern Ireland. Jayne began by telling us how her parents met.