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Bruce Golding was born on December 5, 1947. He was elected to the Central Executive of the Jamaica Labour Party at the age of 21 and Parliament in 1972 at the age of 24. He served as General Secretary of the Jamaica Labour Party (1974-1984) He was the Opposition Spokesman on Finance and Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee (1989-1995). In 1995 he resigned from the Jamaica Labour Party and was one of the founders of the National Democratic Movement. In 2002, he rejoined the Jamaica Labour Party and in November 2003 was again elected Chairman of the Party. In 1995 he resigned from the Jamaica Labour Party and was one of the founders of the National Democratic Movement, serving as its first President (1995-2001). In 2002, he rejoined the Jamaica Labour Party and in November 2003 was again elected Chairman of the Party. Spokesman on Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade in 2002, and held both positions up to April 2005. On February 20, 2005, he was elected Leader of the Jamaica Labour Party. On April 13, 2005 he was elected Member of Parliament for West Kingston. He was of Leader of the Opposition from April 21, 2005 – September 10, 2007. He was sworn in as Jamaica's eighth Prime Minister on September 11, 2007.Burce Golden became the sixth Prime Minister of Jamaica and was conferred with the Order of the Nation.
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Alphonso Castro was there from the very start of the Jamaican music movement and is a part of the "movement of the people" Though not a musician, his dancing feet is famous all over the island and beyond. He brought the music an added... more

Years of relationships experienced in life, Some produced joy while others brought strife. All served to teach patience and wisdom, For a few I was ready to abdicate my kingdom. The ups and downs of emotions took a toll, So many times I had... more

Not only is host Freddie Campbell talking about the music of Jamaica but is getting into the people of Jamaica, the culture of Jamaica then and what it is now. The work of the Endowment Fund of the StGC old boys demonstrates the good... more

Step in to the studio with reggae pioneer and cultural ambassador Hopeton Brown. Log on to discuss the message behind the music. Music is divine, universal and a tool to empower the youths. Wednesdays - 9 - 12 Midnite EST... more

When things start off with a bang, it usually grows smaller and quieter. That is why host Alphonso Castro feels the year will get bigger and better, because of it's quiet start. So, his selection of songs at a slower tempo is indickative of his... more

Jamaica government is known as a parliamentary democracy which is based on a representational system of government. Jamaica government is a constitutional monarchy and as a unitary state is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations.... more

Love True Love is never forced or demanded It is freely given and received. Love is to be revered and treasured Disdain not the one who loves true. Walk in love hand in hand, heart to heart, Rejoice in it's discovery and practice. Love each... more

Host Freddie Campbell is happy to bring his show into the new year
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