A Place In The Country: Part 2 - Slave trade legacies

The Midlands is dotted with stately homes which attract millions of visitors every year but very few are from ethnic minorities.

Some believe this could be because these big estates make scant reference to their links with Britain's colonial past, in particular the slave trade.

Peter Bearne has been finding out about a project designed to uncover this hidden part of our rural heritage.

In the second part of his series, "A Place in the Country", he looks at whether it could help black and Asian people feel more connected to the countryside.