Sally Smith Go To Sydney drama   radio play   children's   - N/A
Issue Details: First known date: 1958 1958
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Production Details

  • The Tom Cain Radio Show produced this play written by Tom Cain, a young Aboriginal boy from Mooree on Radio 2UE in 1958. It was subsequently published in Dawn along with the story of Tom Cain's trip to Sydney to participate in the production.

    See: http://aiatsis.gov.au/sites/default/files/docs/digitised_collections/dawn_index/v07/s07/15.pdf

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Works about this Work

The Tom Cain Radio Show : A Blow To The Colour Bar 1958 single work non-fiction
— Appears in: Dawn : A Magazine for the Aboriginal People of N.S.W. , July vol. 7 no. 7 1958; (p. 13-18)

A radio play about a young Aboriginal girl called Sally who travels to Sydney for a sports event and was billeted to a racist family.

The Tom Cain Radio Show : A Blow To The Colour Bar 1958 single work non-fiction
— Appears in: Dawn : A Magazine for the Aboriginal People of N.S.W. , July vol. 7 no. 7 1958; (p. 13-18)

A radio play about a young Aboriginal girl called Sally who travels to Sydney for a sports event and was billeted to a racist family.

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