Alfred Pragnell – Bus Stop – Barbadian comedy

Alfred Pragnell – Bus Stop – Barbadian comedy

This Barbadian short story, taken from the CD entitled, “Skylarkin” gives one a humorous insight in to the life of the average Bajan. The performer, the late Alfred Pragnell, was a multi-talented individual. The author, the late Jeanette Layne-Clarke was herself a prolific writer and joined with the talents of the late and beloved poet Frank Collymore, the Barbadian cultural heritage was enriched, recorded and treasured for posterity. Do enjoy.

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Comments

  • Clyde Duncan  On 01/16/2013 at 9:28 am

    I had to strain to listen – but it was amusing and entertaining. Hey, I got to strain to listen and understand Guyanese – so tek duh fo’ ya fastness, ‘fore you and me go up the road.

  • Henry Muttoo  On 01/16/2013 at 3:02 pm

    One of the great, unsung Caribbean actors. Genius.

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