Census data shows that white and Asian residents of Blackburn, Lancashire are increasingly divided. I visited restaurants in the town's “Asian quarter” to find out how a council regeneration scheme is forging links between the communities.
"The identity of black people became a lot more of 'oh you must be from the islands' because of the influx of black people that came around the seventies" -Brooke Blackburn
In 1995, Blackburn Rovers were crowned Premier League champions. That success was financed by industrialist owner Jack Walker, who was in many ways the last of his kind.
Some kind of fish mascot creature—confoundingly wearing a Chicago Bulls "Mackerel Jordan" jersey—straight up devoured a man and spat him out.
Once champions of England, Blackburn Rovers have fallen on hard times since their purchase by the deeply unpopular Venky's Group. An increasingly empty Ewood Park tells a sad story – fans of the club are gradually falling out of love with their team.
If you want to understand the appalling cost of bad ownership in football, then look no further.
"His partner finds his behavior difficult to explain," said the man's lawyer.