A radio station is launching a project to celebrate immigrants who have settled in Wandsworth to mark its one year anniversary.

Wandsworth Radio will launch ‘The World of Wandsworth’ on Tuesday, January 12, one year to the date since the station launched, which will involve interviews throughout the year with people born outside the UK.

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Jason Rosam, station director and BBC Radio London presenter said: "Wandsworth boasts one of the most diverse populations in the UK.

"We want to celebrate this by highlighting the people who come from all over the world but have chosen to make Wandsworth their home."

Wandsworth Radio has been a big success with over 35,000 unique listens to the radio, around 3,500 people tuning in online at WandsworthRadio.com and on the TuneIn Radio app.

Mr Rosam said: "It’s been an incredible experience launching and running a local radio station for Wandsworth.

"We have had over 200 brilliant volunteers creating a diverse mix of music, art, comedy, drama and speech based radio shows and local news and sports coverage.

"I am extremely proud of the volunteers for working so hard this year to establish the station as part of the community and fulfilling our aim of celebrating our borough."

If you are a resident of Wandsworth, born outside the UK, and would like to take part in the project, please email World@WandsworthRadio.com