BBC – Angelou on Burns (1996)

BBC – Angelou on Burns (1996)
English | Documentary | Size: 770 MB

African American writer and poet Maya Angelou goes on a pilgrimage to Burns Country in Scotland.

She is welcomed to Ayrshire by a group of Burnsians who hold a party in her honour to celebrate Rabbie Burns’s genius. They sing his songs and read his poems, while Angelou, in return, performs one of her own works.

Originally broadcast to commemorate the bicentenary of Burns’s death in 1996, it is an evening where a shared passion for the Scottish bard creates a unique atmosphere.

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