• 02:00

    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.

  • 01:57

    Talk Jamaica- Jan 25

    in Current Events

    TALK JAMAICA TODAY at 4 p.m...would condom distribution in high schools reduce teen pregnancy and contraction of STIs...


    We’ll be joined by Dr. Sandra Knight, Chairman of the National Family Planning Board and Chairman of the National Youth Council, Nackadian Jones.


    In part two of that discussion we continue to examine the issue with Education Minister Rev. Ronald Thwaites and President Elect of the Jamaica Association of Guidance Counsellors in Education (JAGCE), Mrs. NinaDixon.


    Nicole Nation of Volunteer Nation joins us for our feature segment...Talk Vault Listen live today between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. viawww.talkjamaicaradio.com or via the Talk Jamaica Radio App (download from GooglePlaystore).


    In the US, listen live via AudioNow by dialing 712-432-3203. Listen live also on Carib Riddims Radio at caribriddims.com

  • 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.

  • 02:12

    Talk Jamaica Jan 18, 2015

    in Current Events

    On Talk Jamaica today at 4pm : 
    We will also discuss the statement made by Darly Vaz on his party, was it inappropriate? Did he take this matter to the party heirachy before making such disclosure, the hosts will discuss this matter at 4:45.


    At 5pm we will look at Local Government Reform, What has happen to the Local Government Reform?  Is it still on the table?  We will hear from the President of Jamaica Association of Local Government Officers and Mayor of May Pen Scean Barnswell, we will also get the views of Howard Chamberlain president of the JLP’s Young Jamaica.


    We also have Talk Vault, Talk History, In perspective and 'the week that was'. You can send us your comments and we’ll share in them in our Talk Back feature, right throughout the show. Today’s feedback question: Will you be voting in the next local government elections Why or Why not?


    http://www.talkjamaicaradio.com/listen/


    Andriod- https://play.google.com/store/apps/details…


    BlackBerry - http://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/52863888/…


    Apple- http://tunein.com/radio/Talk-Jamaica-Radio-s225589/


    Listen via phone: 712-432-3203

  • 01:55

    Talk Jamaica January 11, 2015

    in Current Events

    Talk Jamaica this week:- Today, we will speak to Minister of National Security Peter Bunting on the reduction in crime and other issues relating to his portfolio. 


    We also have Talk Vault and Talk History. Our Talk Back Question this week: Do you think there is a correlation between the announcement of the reduction in crime and the sudden spike? 


    Talk Jamaica is live at 4pm on:


    http://www.talkjamaicaradio.com/listen/


    http://tunein.com/radio/Talk-Jamaica-Radio-s225589/
    Also download our APP from the Google Play Store and also from Appworld
    You can also dial and listen 712-432-3203

  • 00:21

    Talk Jamaica January 4, 2015

    in Current Events

    Talk Jamaica is back and our first show for the New Year promises to be exciting. At 4pm we intend to take you through what we view as the top 10 local stories of last year. We will also share our top 3 stories that dominated international headlines.


    We also have the top newsmaker of 2014 and In Perspective. Join us on this reflective journey. it's Talk Jamaica, commentary at its best.

  • 01:59

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

    in Music


    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.

  • 00:58

    Orisha Sound Reggae/Dancehall/Dub out of Kingston Jamaica

    in Indie Music

    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Orisha Sound, a Reggae/Dancehall/Dub Singer and performer out of LA and Kingston Jamaica 



    www.orishasound.com


    Orisha Sound is a recording artist and actress based in Los Angeles US and Kingston Jamaica of Scandinavian, Slavic and Brazilian ancestry.
    Her songs combine elements of reggae, electronic, dancehall, hip-hop and world music. Orisha Sound live show – is a mix of a great live music and true entertainment. She had performed in places like House of Blues, Hard Rock Café, Key Club, Viper Room, Kite Festival and many more. “I don't stay in one place - I move a lot - enjoying the beat of the streets, stages and studios all over the world”.
    Currently, Orisha Sound is working on full-length reggae/dancehall album, which is set to be released late in 2014 with the first single – duet with the king of dancehall Beenie Man “World War Three” that was released earlier this year.

  • 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.

  • 00:42

    Orisha Sound Reggae/Dancehall/Dub out of LA and Kingston Jamaica

    in Hip Hop Music

    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Orisha Sound, a Reggae/Dancehall/Dub Singer and performer out of LA and Kingston Jamaica 



    www.orishasound.com


    Orisha Sound is a recording artist and actress based in Los Angeles US and Kingston Jamaica of Scandinavian, Slavic and Brazilian ancestry.
    Her songs combine elements of reggae, electronic, dancehall, hip-hop and world music. Orisha Sound live show – is a mix of a great live music and true entertainment. She had performed in places like House of Blues, Hard Rock Café, Key Club, Viper Room, Kite Festival and many more. “I don't stay in one place - I move a lot - enjoying the beat of the streets, stages and studios all over the world”.
    Currently, Orisha Sound is working on full-length p reggae/dancehall album, which is set to be released late in 2014 with the first single – duet with the king of dancehall Beenie Man “World War Three” that was released earlier this year.

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