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June 14th, 2015
Episode 1118 of 3777 episodes
Over centuries the Baka forest people of Cameroon in Central Africa have developed a unique music for ritual, hunting, enchantment and celebration. Today their rainforest life is threatened but the music that has linked Baka society may also help save it, as Martin Cradick and Su Hart from the Afro-Celtic group Baka Beyond explain.