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Afternoon Theatre


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The Half-crown Donkeys from the novel The Young Masters by ALAN SCHOLEFIELD : adapted for radio by CLIFFORD IVES with Lionel Ngakane and Jo Manning Wilson
LUTHER: Before your Granny die, she tell Luther to look after you. If you don'eat, how will you walk?
PAUL: I don'want to walk anywhere. I want to stay here. luther: We cannot stay here, master. We must leave. Tomorrow.


Unknown: Alan Scholefield
Unknown: Clifford Ives
Unknown: Lionel Ngakane
Unknown: Jo Manning Wilson
Producer: David H. Godfrey
Paul JO: Manning Wilson
Luther: Lionel Ngakane
Reinhardt: Tom Bowman
Pottie: William Eedle
Coloured man: Yemi Ajihade
Coloured woman: Hilda Krlseman
Mrs Hoffman: Gladys Spencer
Mr Prins: Haydn Jones
Lettie: Maria Sudi
Aleker: Sam Dastor
ElliS: Brian Haines
Steenkamp: Rolf Lefebvre
Rev Paul Thorn: Fraser Kerr
Aunt Joan: Margot Boyd
Narrator: Peter Williams

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