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Kenya

Duration:
1 hour
First broadcast:
Sunday 21 October 2012

Lucy Duran visits Kenya where she meets the singer Suzanna Owiyo in Nairobi. Plus she hears rain songs in the north of the country which frequently suffers from terrible drought, and in the south, she records the Massai who sing of the dangers of cattle raiding. Producer James Parkin.

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10 items
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
  • Image for Suzanna Owiyo

    Suzanna Owiyo Anyango Pod Itin

    BBC Recording, 16th September 2009 in Nairobi

  • Image for Suzanna Owiyo

    Suzanna Owiyo Jamer

    BBC Recording, 16th September 2009 in Nairobi

  • Image for Joseph Nyamungu

    Joseph Nyamungu Nagalo Ni Piny Odagi Ti Anwango ni piny o u ie

    BBC Recording, 16th September 2009 in Nairobi

  • Image for Suzanna Owiyo

    Suzanna Owiyo Gonya

    BBC Recording, 16th September 2009 in Nairobi

  • Image for Massai People of Kitengeli

    Massai People of Kitengeli Rain Song

    BBC Recording, 17th September 2009 in Kitengeli

  • Image for Massai People of Kitengeli

    Massai People of Kitengeli Rain Song

    BBC Recording, 17th September 2009 in Kitengeli

  • Image for Massai People of Kitengeli

    Massai People of Kitengeli Raiding Song

    BBC Recording, 17th September 2009 in Kitengeli

  • Image for Massai People of Kitengeli

    Massai People of Kitengeli The Herding Song

    BBC Recording, 17th September 2009 in Kitengeli

  • Image for The Women of Kiltamany Village

    The Women of Kiltamany Village God should not go to Sleep

    BBC Recording, 18th September 2009 in Kiltamany

  • Image for The Women of Kiltamany Village

    The Women of Kiltamany Village Rain Song

    BBC Recording, 18th September 2009 in Kiltamany

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