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Some cultures are true tresors: musics, theaters, legends and dances are part of our heritage and give meaning to our lives. These Oral cultures are fragile and are threatened today. It they are not transmitted to children, they will disappear. Discover 13 of the most magnificent oral traditions in the world, proclaimed a Masterpiece of Human Heritage by Unesco : Royal Ballet in Cambodia, Kabuki Theater in Japan, Woodcraft in Madagascar, Baaka songs in Central Africa, … Living Cultures recounts the stories of the people who fight to keep these precious traditions alive. Each day, they struggle to teach young people their knowledge and to perpetuate the fragile chain of transmission…

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S01E01 The Baaka Opera (Central Africa) 00/00/0000 The Baaka Pygmies are like elves. They live in the forest, hidden under the cover of leaves. They hunt using nets and they gather wild honey at dizzying heights. No one knows the great African equatorial rainforest better than they do. They sing polyphonic songs with a unique musical texture that has fascinated the greatest musicians.
S01E02 The Celestial Dance of Bhutan 00/00/0000 Dressed in celestial robes and wearing wooden masks, monks in Bhutan, a tiny Buddhist kingdom nestled between Tibet and India, perform a sacred dance that both purifies and cleanses negative emotions such as fear, greed or anger.
S01E03 Kabuki the Path of the Flowers (Japan) 00/00/0000 Kabuki, a Japanese traditional theater form, transmitted from father to son, is today the most popular of the traditional styles of Japanese drama. Seventeen-year-old Kazutaro Nakamura, heir to a dynasty of famous actors, is making his debut performance on the stage of the prestigious Kabuki-Za in Tokyo.
S01E04 Kallawaya Son of Lightning (Bolivia) 00/00/0000 Kallawaya Son of Lightning (Bolivia) Max Chura Mamani, a well-known Kallawayan doctor, is a descendant of the doctors of the Incan kings who ruled the Andes before the Spanish conquest. Max’s extended scientific knowledge of more than 1,000 medicinal plants astonishes western researchers. His garden lies at an altitude of 3,000 meters in the Bolivian valley of Charazani, the home of the Kallawaya.
S01E05 The Makishi Masquerade (Zambia) 00/00/0000 The Makishi Masquerade (Zambia) In the village of Kashushu, in western Zambia, Patrick has five sons approaching manhood. Perpetuating the traditions of the Luvale culture is expensive, and Patrick has to sell two of his best animals to pay for his sons’ initiation. In the springtime, the Makishi demons, the spirits of the ancestors, return to earth during the initiation. Wearing extraordinary masks, their bodies covered in a knitted costume, they kidnap the young village boys for four months
S01E06 Red Skin (Brazil) 00/00/0000 Red Skin (Brazil) Fleeing from white people – their diseases, massacres, and forest clearance – the Wajapi have tried to preserve their identity and their way of life. For them, living deep in the northern Amazon forest, painting one's skin red is a way of maintaining a link with a very ancient civilization.
S01E07 Morin Khuur the Soul of the Mongolian Horseman 00/00/0000 Morin Khuur the Soul of the Mongolian Horseman In the Mongolian steppes, a family of horse herders welcomes four city children for several months. They have come to learn the Morin Khuur, an ancestral fiddle – and the untamed nature of the plains are a great source of inspiration. Omba, a wise old musician, is one of the last teachers of the Morin Khuur.
S01E08 The Last Bedu of Petra and Wadi Rum (Jordan) 00/00/0000 The Last Bedu of Petra and Wadi Rum (Jordan) Abu Lafi is an old Bedouin from Petra. He comes from the Bdoul community, and is from one of the last families to live in a cave inside the archeological site of Petra. Classified as a World Heritage Site since 1985, Petra has become Jordan's biggest tourist attraction, and it provides for Abu Lafi and his family. But because of the development of tourism, the ancient Bedouin traditions are disappearing. Abu Lafi wants to prevent this from happening.
S01E09 To Play Kutiyattam with the Master (India) 00/00/0000 To Play Kutiyattam with the Master (India) Vipin is 15 years old. He is a student at the Kalamandalam School, where performing arts are taught. He has been studying Kutyattam for three years, the only traditional Sanskrit theatre in India. Each day, students are subjected to rigorous discipline and intensive trainings. Thanks to the help of their teacher, Sangi, they will learn more than 400 codified gestures and will develop a new body: the actor's body, the Kutiyattam body.
S01E10 The Quest for the Gongs (Vietnam) 00/00/0000 The Quest for the Gongs (Vietnam) Ma Bio, a Chu Ru woman who lives in the mountains of southeast Vietnam, teaches the gong to the young generation of her village. She is worried because her set of gongs are old and pierced, and she knows she has to travel far to get new ones. Accompanied by her niece MaLuhin, she leaves on 400-mile journey across the mountains and countryside to meet the last gong makers of Vietnam, possessors of a unique know-how.
S01E11 The Tumba Francesa (Cuba) 00/00/0000 The Tumba Francesa (Cuba) Andrea is a radiant, attractive woman in her fifties. With her husband Flavio, she reigns over the Tumba of Santiago. The Tumba is the mother of Cuban music – dances of the French court of Versailles as seen through the eyes of slaves and brought to life by their African drums.
S01E12 Magicians of Woodcraft (Madagascar) 00/00/0000 Magicians of Woodcraft (Madagascar) In the remote forests of Madagascar, Jean-Marie teaches his sons Solo and jean to carve a trunk of rosewood with an axe, so perfectly it looks like magic. The two young boys will build a traditional house like their ancestors did, following the advices of the elders. There is no known equivalent to the Zafimaniry wood crafting skills. Not a single nail is used in the construction of the villagers’ homes.
S01E13 The Young Girl and the Monkey (Cambodia) 00/00/0000 The Young Girl and the Monkey (Cambodia) Sokhun was once a famous dancer in Cambodia, but when the Khmer Rouge took over the country, all that came to an end. When a Khmer Rouge asked her what she did, she said she was a seamstress – but at night she went over the songs and dances in her head. Now, she teaches dance.

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