My name is Leon (BBC2) is a nice and sweet piece. Probably too cute and sweet to tell the truth completely.

This 90-minute adaptation of Kit de War’s novel, set in the 1980s, is a tier jarker about a little boy away from his mother and brother. But it’s also about Birmingham’s racism, which rioted in the summer of 1981.

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