Storytellers have been connecting generations for thousands of years. Do they still deserve a voice in our digital age? With internet and mobile phones and more and more people living in cities, we seem to have less and less time to tell - and to listen to stories.
But some young people say we should keep traditional storytelling alive. In this edition, you can listen to the stories of John Musila. In Uganda he can be heard around the campfire, but also on the radio.
Guests: John Musila, Rebecca Birungi ( Uganda)
Musonda Lombe ( Zambia)
Rahel Tekle Yohanes ( Ethiopia)
Presenter: Patricia Oyella ( Uganda)
with special thanks to The state we're in