As a boy, Hardeep Singh Kohli knew where home was: Glasgow. But everyone else always assumed he was Indian. Because surely he couldn't be British, with his brown skin and turban? Thirty years later, Hardeep sets out on a journey to discover where he is really from. His story is as hilarious as it is moving.
HARDEEP SINGH KOHLI was born in Glasgow in 1969. A BAFTA-winning broadcaster, he was the writer of the Channel 4 hit Meet the Magoons, a presenter of Radio 4's Saturday Live, Midweek and The Food Programme, as well as contributor to numerous radio programmes such as Radio 4's Front Row and Radio 3's Nightwaves, and a movie reviewer on BBC Radio 5 Live. His weekly column, 'Hardeep is your love?', appears in Scotland on Sunday. Hardeep is often found clad in turban and kilt as panellist and presenter of Newsnight Review, and has appeared on Question Time. He is currently presenting on the BBC hit programme The One Show. He was also a runner-up on Celebrity Masterchef. This is his first book.