Radio Programme

Spanish Humanitarian Organization

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Nearly five hundred students from early childhood institutions and primary schools in St James were recently entertained by the performances of members of the internationally-acclaimed Spanish humanitarian organization, ‘Clowns without Borders’ (‘Payasos sin Fronteras’), at Sam Sharpe Teachers College, in St James.
Presenter: Aldeen Campbell
Producer: Aldeen Campbell
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