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Tuesday Term: Remaking Africa: 2: Ancient and Modern

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A series of five programmes about the problems facing newly independent countries.
Introduced by Keith Kyle.

Throughout Africa there is an insistent urge to industrialise and to rival the developed nations. But the raw materials with which to do this are not plentiful, and most experts agree that the modernisation of agriculture must take precedence and that the main problem remains that of making two blades of grass grow where one grew before.
Including contributions from: Senator Josef P. Mathenge, Leader of Government Business, Kenya Senate; Duncan Ndegwa, Secretary to the Kenya Cabinet.

Contributors

Presenter: Keith Kyle
Interviewee: Josef P. Mathenge
Interviewee: Duncan Ndegwa
Designer: Alan Hunter-Craig
Film Editor: Andrew Borthwick
Director: Michael Ryan
Producer: Ian Martin






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