By Harold Goldberg
Updated December 09, 1994 at 05:00 AM EST

This New Agey but witty world cultural atlas hosted by perky MTV British VJ Pip Dann is what multimedia is all about. Dann’s living room is your control room; click on the tribal drums on the mantelpiece and travel around a music map featuring everything from Tuva throat music to American blues. With One Tribe‘s slick script and more than 3,000 arresting photos and images, even geography becomes a great mystery of which you can’t seem to get enough. And after it’s all over, you get this happy, hokey feeling that we really are one people who can live together in peace. A