6/8. When taking part in a survey of displaced children in Masindi, Mr Ntairaho encounters orphan Opio. The boy is a skilled athlete whose late father ran at a national level and Opio is striving to follow in his footsteps. More next Tuesday. Ekow Eshun analyses
African television at 10pm. Africa round-up: page 28
Ekow Eshun goes
Dn a journey to discover modern Africa through its television, experiencing some familiar-looking shows as well as those with a distinctly African feel. He meets the stars and makers of soap operas, current affairs and edgy reaHife crime programmes, building up an intriguing picture of a continent - as it sees itself.
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