Full report: 50th anniversary of bus boycott

It's 50 years since Martin Luther King's 'I have a dream' speech - and here, it's fifty years since campaigners won their fight against the racist rules of a bus company.

On August 28th 1963 the Bristol Omnibus Company stopped its ban on black and Asian workers.

But how much have attitudes really changed? Robert Murphy reports:


50th anniversary of bus boycott

Today marks the 50th anniversary of the Bristol bus boycott. It was called when the Bristol Bus Company refused to employ black drivers and conductors.