"TV presenter David Olusoga has told the Edinburgh TV Festival his
career had sometimes left him feeling "crushed, isolated," and
The historian and producer said he wanted to talk about his experiences
as a black person working in TV "in the spirit of Black Lives Matter".
He said sometimes he felt working in TV was "the best job in the world".
But he added the industry's "culture" had also led him to seek medical
treatment for clinical depression.
"I have been given amazing opportunities, but I've also been patronised
and marginalised," he said in his MacTaggart Lecture."
Via Muse, who wrote "I don’t know if many of you watched the brilliant
Civilisations series. This is an important article by presenter David
Olusoga. We have this same problem in Australia."
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