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Small Gods


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4/4. Deacon Vorbis has returned triumphantly to Omnia. He proclaims himself the One True Prophet. But Brutha knows what really happened in the desert and the Great God Om is still out there, stuck in the body of a tortoise. By Terry Pratchett , dramatised by Robin Brooks. Nhumrod played by Geoffrey Beevers; Guard and Goddess played by Gerard McDermott ; P'Tang-P'Tang played by John Cummins Producer Claire Grove ; Director Gordon House


Unknown: Deacon Vorbis
Unknown: Terry Pratchett
Dramatised By: Robin Brooks.
Played By: Gerard McDermott
Played By: John Cummins
Producer: Claire Grove
Narrator: Anton Lesser
Om: Patrick Barlow
Brutha: Carl Prekopp
Vorbis/lo: Alex Jennings
Sun God: Geoffrey Beevers
Fergman/Didactylos/Dhblah: Gerard McDermott
Um/Borvorius: John Cummins
Sgt Simony/Sub-Deacon: Nick Sayce
Death/Argavisti: Michael Kilnarih

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