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Roger is back on the scene, talking about anything and everything concerning the nation of Guyana and you. About Roger Eamonn Floyd Moore He is 54 years old, worked at the Guyana Broadcasting Communications (GBC) from 1982-1995, then NBT Channel 9 TV station from 1995-2005, where read the news, interviews, produced documentaries, live outside broadcasts, talk shows and produced and anchored GBC’s Action Line. Roger is most famous in Guyana for his television talk show, 'Come Home to Roger' which was considered a voice of the disenfranchise Guyanese. Since October 5th 1992, the PPP Indian Government attacked Journalists perceived anti-Government and created the ACB to censor us when criticised them. After the murder Ronald Waddel and the illegally imprisonment Mark Benschop for treason, and bounty placed on Roger’s head, he fled to England in 2005, the country of my birth. After Roger arrived in England, he found out he was seriously ill. He’s been in and out of hospital since 2006. But He is now stable and gives thanks to God, the support from his family and friends and the staff of Guy’s Hospital.

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To.night we hear some voice excerpts from two great late Guyanese Historians. Walter Rodney, who died in 1980 in Guyana and Ivan Sertima who died in the United States. Rodney was noted for writting the famed How... more

Cuffy in 1763 started the Berbice Rebellion. which started the struggle for Guyana,s freedom My collegue Deon Abrahms of the Guyana Pan African Movement host a panel of persons including the leader of APNU, Brigadier... more

Many persons asked for a repeat of last weeks voices of Burnham and the youths want to know. He was the Prime Minister who led British Guiana to independence in 1966 and as President Guyana became the first Co-operated... more

Linden Forbes Sampson Burnham 1923-1985 was the Founder Leader or the Comrade Leader. He was the Prime Minister who led British Guiana to independence in May 26th 1966 and made Guyana a Co-operative Republic in... more

Carl Greenidge, a highly respected Guyanese intellectual and diplomat shared with At Home with Roger his expert analysis of the situation in Guyana. He is a former Minister of Finance and is currently a member of parliament for the main... more

This is not a rebroadcast, we experienced some technical difficulties on the last show, and some of our listeners requested that we have Ronald Austin on again. Roger will be chatting with Ronald Austin to bring you more information on the... more

Roger will be chatting with Ronald Austin to bring you more information on the progress of the Award from the South African to Forbes Burnham for the significant contribution he made towards the liberation of the people of South... more

Listen to Roger discuss with IK Cush why President Burnham was awarded the Order of the Companions of O.R. Tambo. Who was O.R. Tambo? Specfically, what did Burnham do during his lifetime to support African liberation? IK... more

Join Roger with guest, Rickford Burke, President of the Caribbean Guyana Institute for Democracy, to talk about his multi-million dollar lawsuit against the Guyana Times in New York and the work of the Caribbean Guyana Institute for... more

Join Roger with guest, Rickford Burke, President of the Caribbean Guyana Institute for Democracy, to talk about his multi-million dollar lawsuit against the Guyana Times in New York and the work of the Caribbean Guyana Institute for... more

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