Africa faces problems in the aftermath of colonial rule, as illustrated by the cities of Lagos, Nairobi and Dakar.
Archival film and interviews illustrate the struggle for independence from colonial rule.
Senegal, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and Mozambique experience colonial rule from 1880 to 1945.
Slave traders, missionaries, explorers and wealth seekers change the social fabric of Africa.
Artwork from Africa's past indicates how kings and queens ruled.
Africa's gold trade and trade networks flourish before the coming of the Portuguese in 1548.
Different environments influence the economic and spiritual development of three agricultural communities.
Host Basil Davidson examines the history of Africa beginning with its earliest civilizations.