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The Lost Libraries of Timbuktu

> The Lost Libraries of Timbuktu on BBC Four at 2010-04-24 19:00:00
The story of Timbuktu and its hidden legacy of ancient manuscripts, proof that the reading and writing of books have long been as important to Africans as to Europeans.

> The Lost Libraries of Timbuktu on BBC Four at 2010-04-24 18:00:00
The story of Timbuktu and its hidden legacy of ancient manuscripts, proof that the reading and writing of books have long been as important to Africans as to Europeans.

> The Lost Libraries of Timbuktu on BBC Four at 2010-01-11 02:40:00
The story of Timbuktu and its hidden legacy of ancient manuscripts, proof that the reading and writing of books have long been as important to Africans as to Europeans.

> The Lost Libraries of Timbuktu on BBC Four at 2010-01-10 21:00:00
The story of Timbuktu and its hidden legacy of ancient manuscripts, proof that the reading and writing of books have long been as important to Africans as to Europeans.

> The Lost Libraries of Timbuktu on BBC Four at 2009-02-19 01:20:00
The story of Timbuktu and its hidden legacy of ancient manuscripts, proof that the reading and writing of books have long been as important to Africans as to Europeans.

> The Lost Libraries of Timbuktu on BBC Four at 2009-02-13 02:40:00
Part of Reading Week. The story of Timbuktu and its hidden legacy of ancient manuscripts, proof that the reading and writing of books have long been as important to Africans as to Europeans.

> The Lost Libraries of Timbuktu on BBC Four at 2009-02-13 00:10:00
Part of Reading Week. The story of Timbuktu and its hidden legacy of ancient manuscripts, proof that the reading and writing of books have long been as important to Africans as to Europeans.

> The Lost Libraries of Timbuktu on BBC Four at 2009-02-12 21:00:00
Part of Reading Week. The story of Timbuktu and its hidden legacy of ancient manuscripts, proof that the reading and writing of books have long been as important to Africans as to Europeans.

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