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It's the end of the week and The Ruckus is back on. We're talking about #Fallout4 Jimmy's Jamaica Vacation, some comic news, and whatever else comes to mind.
On Talk Jamaica this week Fenton Ferguson transferred to Labour & Social Security while Horace Dalley transferred to Health, we will gauge reaction to this move.
Then at 5 P.M... we have our election feature ‘On The Ballot’, this week we will discuss the East Central St Catherine seat where the JLP’s Alando Terrelonge seeks to challenge Member of Parliament Arnaldo Brown.
We also have ‘The Week That Was’ and In Perspective. Talk Jamaica comes your way at 4pm on www.talkjamaicaradio.com/listen Remember you can also download our mobile app and you can also listen via phone, so many ways to listen, Talk Jamaica ‘Commentary At Its Best’, spread the word.
On Talk Jamaica this week we will be joined by President of the Senate, Floyd Morris, who will speak on the Malahoo Forte suspension, as well as give thoughts on the ongoing CCJ debate in the Upper House
Then at 5 PM Young Jamaica says the Minister of Health should be fired while PNPYO says they are playing politics. Andrae Blair President of the PNP YO and Howard Chamberlain who heads the JLP affiliate Young Jamaica will join us.
We also have Talk Vault, In Perspective and The Week That Was
Talk Jamaica comes your way at 4pm.... should elections be called this year? Our panel of experts will zero in on this issue.
At 5 pm, the National Democratic Movement and why they are a credible alternative government in waiting. President Peter Townsend will join us.
At 5:15pm, are we ready for general elections? Director of Elections, Orrette Fisher will join us.
Inside the Talk Vault, we meet Television Presenter/Producer Alrick McKenzie, of Love Zone. He shares why he loves being an entrepreneur in the creative industry. Talk Jamaica is live between 4 pm and 6 pm on Talk Jamaica Radio streaming on www.talkjamaicaradio.com/listen, the Mobile app on Android as well via Carib Riddims and Zeno Radio
On Talk Jamaica this week it’s all about our pre-election feature ‘ON THE BALLOT’.
At 4:20, Incumbent MP and PNP Candidate for St. Elizabeth South Western, Hugh Buchanan will join us along with his opponent the JLP’s Floyd Green. Then, at 5 p.m., the PNP’s candidate for Clarendon South Eastern – Patricia Duncan-Sutherland along with a representative for incumbent MP Rudyard Spencer will tell us why they should win the seat.
Then at 5:40 we have Talk Vault our new Political Ombudsman will join us. Talk Jamaica comes your way live at 4pm
On Talk Jamaica this week we look at the Jamaica constabulary Force which is grappling with increasing murder rates, corruption within its ranks and some members who have gone on the wrong side of the law.
THEN AT 5 P.M., we look back at the Trinidad and Tobago General Elections, expectations of and challenges facing the new government, as well as the political future of Kamla Persad-Bissessar
Our Talk Vault guest this week is Executive Director of Ashe Caribbean Performing Arts Company and Rising Stars Judge Conroy Wilson. There is also The Week That Was and In Perspective, Talk Jamaica comes your way at 4pm on www.talkjamaicaradio.com/listen, you can also download our mobile app or listen via phone
On Talk Jamaica this week we play clips from the recently concluded annual conference of the People's National Party, we also get reactions from our political analysts of the presentation of the Prime Minister. Then inside our Talk Vault we speak to Benton Morris who currently dances in the musical production Lion King. There is also In Perspective and The Week That Was. Talk Jamaica broadcasts live on talkjamaicaradio.com/listen
On Talk Jamaica this week we look at the recent RJR’s Commission Don Anderson poll has been released. We want to look at the viability of polls within the election season. Does it really make sense or is it a case where the majority of voters care not about polls and vote based on other reasons? We will hear from Research Consultant specializing in Politics and Public Health Paul Bourne and Blogger and former Newspaper Columnist Mark Wignall
Then at 5 P.M we begin our election watch feature called ‘ON THE BALLOT’. Today we will discuss the happenings within North West St. Ann, the incumbent MP the PNP's Dr. Dayton R Campbell and his contender the JLP's Othneil Lawrence.
Then, later in the broadcast, we take you into our Talk Vault feature, this week we feature broadcaster and voice & speech coach Adrian Alric Atkinson
Talk Jamaica comes your way at 4pmEST on Talk Jamaica Radio
Your cutting edge commentary, Talk Jamaica comes your way at 4pm with Ralston Chamberlain and Ricardo Brooks.
• PNP HOLDS CANDIDATE SELECTION EXERCISES
• GREGORY MAIR STEPS DOWN, SOME WELCOME MOVE
• JLP CALLS FOR RELEASE OF HEALTH SECTOR AUDIT FINDINGS
This week we discuss Voter Apathy and its dismantling effects on a thriving democracy. We will be joined by Andrae Blair - PNP YO President, YJ Gen Secretary – Rohan Walsh, Scott Mullings - Unregistered Voter Student at UWI and Shaqkeera Douglas enumerated Law student who will not be voting in the next election.
Then at 5:15 p.m., we deepen the conversation on the damning findings from the Audit into the Health Sector... get reactions from Medical Association of Jamaica President Dr. Shane Alexis.
Then in Talk Vault, we meet a registered nurse and entrepreneur who this year survived breast cancer. Today’s feedback question: What do you make of the decision by the authorities not to release the full health sector report?
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On Talk Jamaica this week we speak with Dr. Christopher Tufton who lost the run-off between himself and Councillor Devon Wint to represent the JLP in the constituency of St. Catherine West Central. Is his political career dead or does he still have a fighting chance?
Then at 5 P.M., That controversial issue of the St. Hilda’s High Head Girl who was stripped of her position. Was it due to her Being Jehovah’s Witness and not being Anglican? We see clarifications and explore th...e concerns with our panel.
Then, later in the broadcast, we take you into our Talk Vault feature, where Malike Kellier, who just graduated from NMLS as Valedictorian will share with us his success story.
This episode we will have John Woolcock of the Jamaican Tourism Board discuss the fun and legendary island of Jamaica. This island, which is one my favorites because of the people, the food, the beaches, and loads of activities and music, remains high on a lot of peoples list to visit.
The Caribbean has a strong tourism economy and remains one the most popular areas of the world to travel year after year. Listen in and find out why Jamaica is so popular with cruise and land based customers.
Yolanda will discuss her search for a great Caribbean restaurant in Austin and her experiences on the hunt. Shellda will have her Jamaican Fun Facts, and Lindsey will talk about upcoming Caribbean events.
Dont forget about Peeks Cruises & Tours 20th celebration and Travel Pfest with our great travel partners, Funjet Vacations, Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Sandals, and Globus Family of Tours and more to come....We'll announce a great surprise if you attend this event.
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