TAKE A LOOK AT THE UNSEEN SIDE OF REGGIE YATES

Take a look at the Unseen side of Reggie Yates
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TAKE A LOOK AT THE UNSEEN SIDE OF REGGIE YATES



Written by Don't Panic
17 Tuesday 17th October 2017

 

From DJ and TV host to investigative broadcaster, Reggie Yates has replaced Louis Theroux to become the face of fearless documentary filmmaking for Generation Y. From gun crime in Chicago, being LGBTQ in Russia, to life as a refugee in Iraq, Reggie has a lot of insane stories to tell.

 

That's why he’s released his first book, Unseen: My Journey, which goes behind the scenes of his story so far: travelling to some of the most dangerous and isolated environments in the world, questioning extreme ideologies and providing authentic commentary on a wide range of hard-hitting social issues.

 

Initially resistant to documentary making and convinced his point of view as a young, black working-class man with a history in music and entertainment would not make his films credible, Reggie has turned the very thing he once saw as a weakness into his strength on camera: being the eye of the everyman and the voice of the audience.

 

As well as the book release, Reggie will be at Round Chapel, London on Thursday the 26th of October to host a talk where you have opportunity to hear Reggie in conversation and ask your own questions about his experiences, both on and off camera. You’ll also have the opportunity to meet Reggie who will be signing and dedicating books after the event.   

 

If you’re not a Londoner, you can still catch Reggie at The Lowry in Manchester on 25/10/17, at St George’s Church in  Brighton on 28/10/17 and at Lecture Theatre, University of East Anglia in Norwich on 2/11/17.

 

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