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    Talk Jamaica

    in Current Events

    Talk Jamaica is your premier current affairs programme covering topics/issues affecting Jamaica, the wider Caribbean and persons within the Diaspora. Our weekly guests and insightful callers engage in riveting discussions, enriching the intellectual discourse. Join us listeners, especially our Caribbean friends as we examine the issues and cut through the diplomatic-speak. Forget about being politically correct! Let’s All Talk Jamaica! Sundays @4pm.

  • 01:59

    Talk Jamaica

    in Current Events

    Talk Jamaica is your premier current affairs programme covering topics/issues affecting Jamaica, the wider Caribbean and persons within the Diaspora. Our weekly guests and insightful callers engage in riveting discussions, enriching the intellectual discourse. Join us listeners, especially our Caribbean friends as we examine the issues and cut through the diplomatic-speak. Forget about being politically correct! Let’s All Talk Jamaica! Sundays @4pm.

  • 01:59

    The Celebrity Link-Bro Blue Reggae music from Jamaica and around the world

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    The Entertainment Celebrity Link:Celebrity Link- #1 Bro Blue Sharing Jamaican Culture with Music.The Celebrity Link-Bro Blue Reggae music from Jamaica and around the world

  • 01:59

    Talk Jamaica- Nov 30

    in Current Events

    Talk Jamaica is your premier current affairs programme covering topics/issues affecting Jamaica, the wider Caribbean and persons within the Diaspora. Our weekly guests and insightful callers engage in riveting discussions, enriching the intellectual discourse. Join us listeners, especially our Caribbean friends as we examine the issues and cut through the diplomatic-speak. Forget about being politically correct! Let’s All Talk Jamaica! Sundays @4pm.

  • 01:59

    Talk Jamaica

    in Current Events

    Talk Jamaica is your premier current affairs programme covering topics/issues affecting Jamaica, the wider Caribbean and persons within the Diaspora. Our weekly guests and insightful callers engage in riveting discussions, enriching the intellectual discourse. Join us listeners, especially our Caribbean friends as we examine the issues and cut through the diplomatic-speak. Forget about being politically correct! Let’s All Talk Jamaica! Sundays @4pm.

  • 01:55

    Talk Jamaica- December 7, 2014

    in Current Events

    Talk Jamaica is your premier current affairs programme covering topics/issues affecting Jamaica, the wider Caribbean and persons within the Diaspora. Our weekly guests and insightful callers engage in riveting discussions, enriching the intellectual discourse. Join us listeners, especially our Caribbean friends as we examine the issues and cut through the diplomatic-speak. Forget about being politically correct! Let’s All Talk Jamaica! Sundays @4pm.

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    Migrating to Jamaica Success Story

    in Culture

    An in-depth conversation with Learning and Development Specialist Natalie Smith from Kent, England who left the UK back in 2012 to migrate to Jamaica in the hope to find herself while starting a new life in Montego Bay. Although thirty something Natalie possesses a wealth of knowledge and leadership skills, she soon came to experience the challenge of being accepted within a thriving team at Vistaprint. Her resilient personality and love for Jamaica enabled her to live a rewarding experience in the land of wood and water. Hear about this courageous discovery in her own words.

  • 03:29

    Music 101:WHY is there so little support for Jamaica Reggae Music platforms

    in Music

    Music 101:WHY is there so little suport for Jamaica Reggae Music platforms


    The role of government in cultural industries development has been a topic of much debate when it comes to Jamaica. One view that is constantly put forward by some is that government should have nothing to do with music industry development.  Mr. Lloyd Standbury wrote 'Many contend that Africa as a region is the largest market for Reggae, and justifiably so. Africans have embraced Reggae with passion for decades, and have identified with it as the soundtrack for liberation struggles and struggles against corruption and injustice. Crowd sizes at Reggae concerts in African countries are by far the largest anywhere in the world. While on the subject of Africa and Reggae, I must also put in context my mention of Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire and its claim to be one of the capitals of Reggae in the world. This is a claim being made by Ivorians based on the international success of their Reggae artists Alpha Blondy and Tiken Jah Fakoly, as well as the strong public acceptance of the music form, as shown in the size of audiences at live shows.Of course there are arguments to support the claim that France is the biggest market because it provides a significant number of opportunities for live Reggae music performances around the country, and hosts on a regular basis Jamaican and Francophone African Reggae performers. Likewise, some in the German Reggae community will contend that with the largest and longest running Reggae festival in the world "Summerjam", one of the biggest acts in Reggae today in Gentleman, and many live performance opportunities around the country, they are the biggest market for Reggae. Where is the USA and England in all of this?" end of quote http://www.lloydstanbury.com/ caribbeanradioshow@gmail.com

  • 01:58

    Talk Jamaica- November 9, 2014

    in Current Events

    Talk Jamaica is your premier current affairs programme covering topics/issues affecting Jamaica, the wider Caribbean and persons within the Diaspora. Our weekly guests and insightful callers engage in riveting discussions, enriching the intellectual discourse. Join us listeners, especially our Caribbean friends as we examine the issues and cut through the diplomatic-speak. Forget about being politically correct! Let’s All Talk Jamaica! Sundays @4pm.

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    Talk Jamaica November 16, 2014

    in Current Events

    Talk Jamaica is your premier current affairs programme covering topics/issues affecting Jamaica, the wider Caribbean and persons within the Diaspora. Our weekly guests and insightful callers engage in riveting discussions, enriching the intellectual discourse. Join us listeners, especially our Caribbean friends as we examine the issues and cut through the diplomatic-speak. Forget about being politically correct! Let’s All Talk Jamaica! Sundays @4pm.

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