Krishnan Guru-Murthy presents a lively debate about what being British means, and the role of schools in teaching Britishness.
The panellists include the right-wing writer and academic Douglas Murray, and the author of the Government's report on citizenship and diversity in schools, Sir Keith Ajegbo.
Also on the panel are the first black President of the NUT, Baljeet Ghale; and British Paralympian Ade Adepitan MBE. The programme is recorded in front of a studio audience made up of teachers, experts, parents and children.
Programmes lasts 45 minutes, and is shown at 8am and 9pm, and 4pm on the 9th of October. Will be repeated, and will also be available on the TEACHERS TV WEBSITE.