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20050121The stone tools found at Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania are some of the oldest humanly made objects found any where in the world.

On the eve of their unveiling to the public at the British Museum, its director Neil MacGregor talks to actor Hugh Quarshie about this earliest spark of creative genius to come out of Africa.

"The stone tools found at Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania are some of the oldest humanly made objects found any where in the world.

On the eve of their unveiling to the public at the British Museum, its director Neil MacGregor talks to actor Hugh Quarshie about this earliest spark of creative genius to come out of Africa."

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The stone tools found at Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania are some of the oldest humanly made objects found any where in the world.

On the eve of their unveiling to the public at the British Museum, its director Neil MacGregor talks to actor Hugh Quarshie about this earliest spark of creative genius to come out of Africa."

20050630British Museum director Neil MacGregor talks to Hugh Quarshie about the earliest evidence of human creativity in Africa.
Throne Of Weapons20050527To mark the end of his country's lengthy civil war, the Mozambican sculptor Kester created the Throne of Weapons from decommissioned and dismantled AK47s.

Hassan Arouni follows the Throne as it tours Britain, and meets Kester, the artist Rita Duffy and others who see the Throne on display in LONDON, Belfast and across the UK.

"To mark the end of his country's lengthy civil war, the Mozambican sculptor Kester created the Throne of Weapons from decommissioned and dismantled AK47s.

Hassan Arouni follows the Throne as it tours Britain, and meets Kester, the artist Rita Duffy and others who see the Throne on display in LONDON, Belfast and across the UK."

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To mark the end of his country's lengthy civil war, the Mozambican sculptor Kester created the Throne of Weapons from decommissioned and dismantled AK47s.

Hassan Arouni follows the Throne as it tours Britain, and meets Kester, the artist Rita Duffy and others who see the Throne on display in LONDON, Belfast and across the UK."