From the wacky sketches of Badinaz to the to the interracial romances of C'est la Vie, Mauritius: TV in Africa showcases the culturally history of the small, island nation in the Indian Ocean. As a part of the series TV in Africa, this 27-minute exploration of this Creole community highlights the hallmarks of a culture's moving picture media catalog. Reflecting on the importance of television programming as an indicator of Mauritius' political, social, and artistic climate, this educational presentation is subdivided into categories concentrating on a specific show, in order to magnify the dominating elements of a given project and discuss their specific impact to the island's culture. Featuring clips from Kel Fami! (What a Family!), Bonnto (That's Great), Tulsi, and Sega Hungama, this presentation utilizes television programming as a vehicle to concisely detail a people's culture.