In this excerpt from Studio B: Unscripted, writer and broadcaster Afua Hirsch and lawyer and former footballer Eniola Aluko reflect on their experiences finding an identity and overcoming their so-called "impostor syndromes".

Hirsch shares her views on the need for British institutions to come to terms with the country's history of Empire. Her first book, Brit(ish): On Race, Identity and Belonging, explores the legacy of imperialism, her identity as a British-Ghanaian and how she has tackled the subjects of race, class and gender along her journey.

As a striker, British-Nigerian Aluko played 102 caps for the England national team as well as for several clubs in Europe and the United States, including the United Kingdom's Chelsea and Italy's Juventus, winning at least six major trophies. In her memoir, They Don't Teach This, she details becoming an unintentional whistle-blower by speaking out against racism in the England national team.

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The views expressed in this programme are the guests' own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera's editorial stance.

Studio B: Unscripted is a free-flow conversation between two guests and a small audience, with no mediation, no MC, no TV presenter - focusing on what brings us all together and how we can tackle and discuss some of the big issues of our time.

Source: Al Jazeera