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Gayelle. 1988, series one, Programme #4

Gayelle. 1988, series one, Programme #4 / Banyan presents ; edited & directed by Walt Lovelace, Karen Martinez ; produced by Anthony Hall, Bruce Paddington, Christopher Laird ; a Banyan production.
Trinidad and Tobago : Banyan Archive, 1988.
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1 online resource (23 minutes)
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Title from resource description page (viewed January 04, 2019).
In English.
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Teaser: Calypsonian Mastertone (Anthony Salloum) sings LOOK AT ME MAS Opening Sequence with Theme KADAMBARI by Ron Reid Errol Sitahal introduces the show from Vielle Cour in Queen's Hall car park. Speaks with Rawle Gibbons about the event Shots of carnival doll displays at Public Library Josanne Leonard talks to Winzy Adams who won the 1st prize with her doll, SWEET STEELBAND. Errol Sitahal links to next feature Rion Murray, winner of Public Library calypso competition sings I'M A BELIEVER. Cultural Sprangalang answers the question: Who came first, second and third in the 1939 calypso king competition? (Growling Tiger, Attila, Pretender.) Talks to Marjorie Anderson the Director of the Family Planning Association (FPA). Errol Sitahal links to next feature Tony Hall talks to Heathcliff West, Co-Producer of Kiddies carnival band, ROAD MARCH about his band which portrays past road marches: MY PUSSIN (Lord Kitchener (Aldwyn Roberts)1965 ; BAHIA GYAL, David Rudder 1986; THUNDER, The Mighty Duke (Kelvin Pope 1987; )A TRIBUTE TO SPREE SIMON, (Lord Kitchener (Aldwyn Roberts) 1975; JEAN AND DINAH, Mighty Sparrow (Slinger Francisco) 1956; ROYAL JAIL, Mighty Sparrow (Slinger Francisco) 1961;  Tony Hall talks also to Richard Abraham and Dianne Monteil of Mascots about their children's band, LONG TIME TING and looks at the making of the costumes Tony Hall talks to R. Bartholomew about his band The Colour Purple and looks at costumes being made and the benefit to the children. Errol Sitahal links to next feature Tony Hall talks to rapso artist  Brother Resistance (Lutalo Masimba) and Karega Mandela about the progress of Rapso and the Network Rhythm Band Video of rapso artist  Karega Mandela's Free Up Africa. And Brother Resistance's , TONIGHT IS THE NIGHT Errol Sitahal, What's On!? And closing link.
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Gayelle. Series one, 1988, Programme no. 4
Gayelle programme. 1988, series one, Programme no. 4
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