The ‘Empire, Faith & War’ (EFW) project has attracted the attention of national, international, local and specialist TV. Below are some of the highlights of the coverage gained for our work on the Sikhs of World War One.
Sara-Jane Mee interviews UKPHA’s Head of Communications, Harbakhsh Grewal, to find out about the EFW project and the role of the Sikhs and India in the war (audio only).
Ronke Phillips visits the EFW exhibition at the Brunei Gallery with UKPHA Chair Amandeep Madra and volunteer Amrit Kaur Lohia to uncover some untold stories of the Great War.
Dr Gurnam Singh takes an in-depth tour around the EFW exhibition with UKPHA Chairman, Amandeep Singh Madra.
Channel 4’s coverage featured the story of UKPHA’s two marathon men Angad Singh and Satnam Singh on their personal journey to remember the Sikhs of WW1.
Shivraj Bassi meets members of the UKPHA team on location at the EFW exhibition, Brunei Gallery in Russell Square, to find out more about our project and the stories we're seeking to tell.
Rahul Joglekar looks at the EFW exhibition in the company of some of the team and volunteers behind it’s making to discover more about the largely forgotten contribution and experiences of Sikh soldiers.
Rahul Joglekar visits the EFW exhibition to discover why the role of Indian troops is so little known. In a group discussion with team members and volunteers, he learns how the EFW project aims to tell the individual stories of Sikhs who took part, including the families who were left behind.
Ajit TV drop-in to a busy day at the EFW exhibition to savour some of its highlights and to find out more from UKPHA volunteer Jasdeep Singh (interview in Punjabi).