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Gayelle. 1988, series one, Programme #30

Title
Gayelle. 1988, series one, Programme #30 / Banyan presents ; directed by Walt Lovelace, Christopher Laird ; produced by Bruce Paddington, Christopher Laird.
Publication
Trinidad and Tobago : Banyan Archive, 1988.
Physical Description
1 online resource (32 minutes)
Local Notes
Access is available to the Yale community.
Notes
Title from resource description page (viewed January 04, 2019).
In English.
Access and use
Access restricted by licensing agreement.
Summary
Opening Sequence with Theme KADAMBARI by Ron Reid Errol Sitahal and Errol Fabien introduce the show Feature on the Purple Pub, feminist and filmmaker and broadcaster Judith Laird talks to patrons and about David Matthews,(The Admiral) and talks to blind DJ, David Matthews Errol Sitahal and Errol Fabien are joined by Judith Laird. They talk about David Matthews and the blind calypsonian Almanac (Anthony Francis) joins them and talks out Lord Melody (Fitzroy Alexander) Errol Sitahal and Errol Fabien speak about the fact that the Good Samaritan's Friendly Society Hall behind them used to be the Original Young Brigade Calypso Tent. Cultural Sprangalang answers the question: Name two states in Indian from which most of our East Indian ancestors came. Errol Sitahal and Errol Fabien speak about Lord Melody (Fitzroy Alexander) who is seriously ill. Picture of calypsonian Lord Melody (Fitzroy Alexander while PEDDLERS plays. Errol Fabien speaks with Fedo Blake, Rocky McCollin and Andrew Boyce about Lord Melody (Fitzroy Alexander). They sing extracts from CANAAN BARROW, and LOW SEE LEE POW AKA NO EXCEPTION Tony Hall interviews calypsonian Lord Melody (Fitzroy Alexander) in 1985 Lord Melody (Fitzroy Alexander) singing extract of JONAH AND THE BAKE in 1985 Errol Fabien continues his conversation with Fedo Blake, Rocky McCollin and Andrew Boyce about Lord Melody (Fitzroy Alexander). They talk about his rivalry with the Mighty Sparrow (Slinger Francisco) and an extract from Melody's BELMONT JACKASS and Sparrow's MADAM DRACULA with photographs of them contesting at the Original Young Brigade in the fifties, as well as his many achievements and his work with Harry Belafonte. Calypsonian Lord Melody (Fitzroy Alexander) singing extract of SHAME AND SCANDAL IN THE FAMILY in 1985 Tony Hall continues his interview with calypsonian Lord Melody (Fitzroy Alexander) in 1985 Calypsonian Lord Melody (Fitzroy Alexander) singing extract of BOO BOO MAN in 1985 Cartoon illustrations by artist Stafford Lau of calypsonian Lord Melody's calypso, THE SACK Tony Hall continues his interview with calypsonian Lord Melody (Fitzroy Alexander) in 1985Lord Melody (Fitzroy Alexander) in 1985 Errol Sitahal and Errol Fabien speak about calypsonian Lord Melody (Fitzroy Alexander) and the need artists have to teach their art to a younger generation and earn employment in that way. Errol Fabien speaks with Diana Derrick and Andrew Boyce of the Cultural Benefit Committee, Melody, Fund What's On! With photographs of Melody (Fitzroy Alexander) Errol Sitahal and Errol Fabien close the show feminist and filmmaker and broadcaster Judith Laird speaks with David Matthews (The Admiral) about taking part in a whistling competition as THE WHISTLING DUKE performs a tune whistling under the credits.
Variant and related titles
Gayelle. Series one, 1988, Programme no. 30
Gayelle programme. 1988, series one, Programme no. 30
ASP-AVON OCLC KB.
Format
Images / Online / Video & Film
Language
English
Added to Catalog
March 29, 2021
Genre/Form
Television news programs.
Interviews.
Television news programs.
Also listed under
Lovelace, Walt, director.
Laird, Christopher, producer, director.
Paddington, Bruce, producer.
Banyan Ltd., production company, presenter.
Banyan Archives, distributor.
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