Under African Skies

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Three-part series in which Robin Denselow talks to African musicians about the development of their music and its cultural and political impact within their countries.

1: Femi Kuti, whose father Fela Kuti was the founder of Afrobeat, is himself a renowned musician, determined to live up to his father's reputation as a musical spokesman for Nigeria.

200D0120001128

Three-part series in which Robin Denselow talks to African musicians about the development of their music and its cultural and political impact within their countries.

1: Femi Kuti, whose father Fela Kuti was the founder of Afrobeat, is himself a renowned musician, determined to live up to his father's reputation as a musical spokesman for Nigeria.

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Three-part series in which Robin Denselow talks to African musicians about the development of their music and its cultural and political impact within their countries.

2: Baaba Maal had to overcome prejudice to become a singer in Senegal.

Robin explores why Baaba is celebrated by Western musicians as well as being a superstar in Senegal.

200D0220001205

Three-part series in which Robin Denselow talks to African musicians about the development of their music and its cultural and political impact within their countries.

2: Baaba Maal had to overcome prejudice to become a singer in Senegal.

Robin explores why Baaba is celebrated by Western musicians as well as being a superstar in Senegal.

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Three-part series in which Robin Denselow talks to African musicians about the development of their music and its cultural and political impact within their countries.

3: Johnny Clegg abandoned an academic career in England to form a multiracial band in South Africa.

Robin hears how, despite constant harassment by the authorities, he became a major star.

200D0320001212

Three-part series in which Robin Denselow talks to African musicians about the development of their music and its cultural and political impact within their countries.

3: Johnny Clegg abandoned an academic career in England to form a multiracial band in South Africa.

Robin hears how, despite constant harassment by the authorities, he became a major star.

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201B0120010402

Three-part series in which Robin Denselow talks to African musicians about the development of their music and its cultural and political impact within their countries.

1: Femi Kuti, whose father Fela Kuti was the founder of Afrobeat, is himself a renowned musician, determined to live up to his father's reputation as a musical spokesman for Nigeria.

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Three-part series in which Robin Denselow talks to African musicians about the development of their music and its cultural and political impact within their countries.

2: Baaba Maal had to overcome prejudice to become a singer in Senegal.

Robin explores why Baaba is celebrated by Western musicians as well as being a superstar in Senegal.

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201B0320010416

Three-part series in which Robin Denselow talks to African musicians about the development of their music and its cultural and political impact within their countries.

3: Johnny Clegg abandoned an academic career in England to form a multiracial band in South Africa.

Robin hears how, despite constant harassment by the authorities, he became a major star.