Learn more about forgotten or “disappearing” peoples, customs and communities with this exciting anthropological series recorded by Granada TV from 1970-1991. In many cases, it was the first time these “disappearing” peoples were ever recorded by Western film crews, giving Westerners a unique, previously unheard of, view into the lives of these people. Leading anthropologists and authorities, including Owen Lattimore and Elizabeth Fernea, study ways of life and rituals in this stunning 35-part series. Critical issues, including the survival of indigenous cultures and the transition of ancient tribes, are addressed within the series. The anthropological series offers gripping footage of previously rarely seen events, places and peoples, including Hungary’s Vlach Gypsies, Ethiopia's Mursi nomads and Ghana’s Asante market women. The series includes 35 parts that range between 25-65 minutes, documenting irreversible and profound changes that Western eyes have rarely seen.