Bullied, attacked and racially-abused more than fifty times in eight weeks. That's the experience of two Asian reporters posing as a couple and living undercover on a housing estate in Britain during the summer of 2009. In a shocking insight into race hate and anti-social behaviour in neighbourhoods, Tamanna Rahman was pelted with glass and stones and threatened with a brick during an attempted mugging by an eleven year-old boy. Her 'husband,' Amil Khan, was punched in the head. Yet the head of the British Government's equality watchdog has said that having a neighbour of a different ethnic background isn't an issue any more. Panorama investigates the truth about racism and anti-social behaviour that's still prevalent today.