Published date: 28 February 2013

A session in conversation with Gus Casely-Hayford, talking about his recent book, ‘The Lost Kingdoms of Africa’, presented by Dr Gus Casely-Hayford as part of our Writer of the Month series of talks.

Dr Gus Casely-Hayford is an art historian who, after completing his PhD in African history, went on to run a number of degree and MA courses in international culture. He has presented in television and radio and written widely on African culture.

Dr Casely-Hayford is currently a Research Associate at SOAS, a consultant to the Kings Cultural Institute and is a member of Tate Britain Council and is a Trustee of the National Portrait Gallery. His second Lost Kingdoms of Africa series was broadcast on the BBC in early 2012 and the accompanying book is available published by Bantam.

Author: Dr Gus Casely Hayford Duration: 41:14

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