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  • 02:01

    Talk Jamaica Dec 20

    in Current Events

    The yuletide episode of your cutting edge commentary Talk Jamaica comes your way at 4pm.
    The discussion segment commences at 4:40 p.m. Is it time to do away with corporal punishment? The Education Minister Ronald Thwaites joins us at that time.


    Then at 5 p.m., we continue to discuss the issue of corporal punishment Executive Director of the National Parenting Support Commission, Dr. Patrece Charles-Freeman and President of the Jamaica Teachers’ Association, the JTA, Mr. Norman Allen. 
    Then, later in the broadcast, we take you into our Talk Vault feature, where we have a chat with Jamaican poet and author Christena Williams (Antonia Valaire).



     

  • 01:59

    Talk Jamaica February 7, 2016

    in Current Events

    On Talk Jamaica this week, we look at the stories from the week that was


    Then at 4:20 pm today, our election feature, ‘On the Ballot’ is back. We speak with PNP caretaker for St. James Central Ashley-Ann Foster and Heroy Clarke, the JLP Caretaker for that seat.


    We continue our ‘On the Ballot’ feature at 5:02 p.m., with focus on the North West Manchester constituency. The JLP’s standard bearer – Omar Frith will join us and the PNP Member of Parliament, Mikeal Phillips will join us at 5:20 pm.


    Talk Jamaica is live at 4pm on talkjamaicaradio.com/listen remember you can also download our mobile app or listen via phone.

  • 02:03

    Talk Jamaica January 3

    in Current Events

    The First 2016 installment of your cutting edge commentary Talk Jamaica comes your way at 4pm.


    We discuss the top stories of the year that was. Join in as our panelist dissect the old news, and forge paths for the future developments of Jamaica.


    Talk Jamaica comes your way at 4pm on talkjamaicaradio.com/listen

  • 02:10

    Talk Jamaica Jan 17, 2016

    in Current Events

    On Talk Jamaica this week what is happening in the ruling People’s National Party? Is there a leadership crisis? Our panel comprising expert political observers will join us.


    In our second discussion at 5 p.m., that controversy surrounding Guidance Counsellors and their ability to provide counselling to students struggling with their sexual identity. President of the Association of Guidance Counsellors in Education, Nena Dixon and Executive Director of the JFLAG, Dane Lewis and Head of the Love March Movement, Daniel Thomas will be join us.


    At 5:35, it will be time for our Talk Vault feature. Today, we highlight the The Community of United Jamaicans (CUJAM) and the founders of the Each One Reach One Backpack mission.


    Talk Jamaica is live at 4pm on talkjamaicaradio.com/listen remember you can also download our mobile app or listen via phone.

  • 02:13

    Talk Jamaica - Nov 8

    in Current Events

    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.

  • 01:11

    Miss Communication: New Year, New Resolutions

    in Comedy

    Join Kelli and Claudia as they celebrate the New Year with new resolutions. Will Kelli swear off Fan Duel for good this time?! Making A Murderer in-depth discussion and a review of The Virginmarys, who will be touring with Shinedown in 2016, will all be part of this most epic show. You don't want to miss it! 

  • 01:57

    Talk Jamaica Dec 13

    in Current Events

    TALK JAMAICA COMES YOUR WAY TODAY AT 4 PM
    We begin the show with a review of stories from ‘THE WEEK THAT WAS: Our top stories are:


    Political parties agree to no flags during political campaign


    Turmoil brews in the People's National Party


    The discussion segment commences at at 4:40 today and, at that time, attorney and gay rights activist along with his lawyer Anika Gray will join us to discuss Tomlinson's challenge to Jamaica's anti-sodomy laws


    Then at 5:10, we talk with Donna Parchment-Brown about the different breaches of the political code of conduct. Platform Comments and political flags and what her response.


    At 5:35, prepare to be inspired by Jermaine Haughton who has overcome poverty and pursued his dream of becoming a lawyer. He will be our guest inside our Talk Vault.


    We’ll also have the Talk History feature in the package.


    Talk Jamaica comes your way at 4pm on talkjamaicaradio.com/listen

  • 02:01

    Patriots of Britain - Arriving in the UK ~ The Hijra Marches On

    in Politics Conservative

    The floodgates were opened for Calais migrants to come to Britain after a court ruled four Syrian refugees should be immediately brought across the Channel to escape the "intolerable" conditions of the notorious Jungle camp.


    The young men were desperate to be reunited with their family in Britain and faced "living hell" conditions at the infamous makeshift migrant camp, the hearing was told.


    The ruling was today declared a "groundbreaking judgement" and could be set to pave the way for other migrants wanting to cross the Channel.


    The refugees - two teenagers, a 17-year-old and his mentally ill 26-year-old brother - have a legal entitlement to seek asylum in the UK because they have relatives living here.


    But under EU law they would only be allowed to join their family in Britain if they had already applied for asylum in France.


    However, lawyers in Britain successfully argued they should be brought to the UK because of bureaucratic failings in France and the refugees' entitlement to a family life under Article 8 of the European Convention of Human Rights.


    Their case was heard today at the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal in central London. Pegida UK are NOT impressed.


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  • 02:00

    Talk Jamaica Dec 6

    in Current Events

    On Talk Jamaica this week The New Nation Coalition wants to bring about a new era in Jamaican politics... Its convener Betty-Ann Blaine will join us.


    Then at 5 pm...Election watchdog CITIZENS ACTION FOR FEE AND FAIR ELECTIONS (CAFFE) calls for fixed elections....Nancy Anderson will join us


    At 5:35, inside Talk Vault, we feature chef Daven C. Willis
    There is also the week that was and In Perspective, Talk Jamaica comes your way at 4pm on www.talkjamaicaradio.com/listen

  • 02:09

    Talk Jamaica- Oct 25, 2015

    in Current Events

    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

  • 02:02

    Talk Jamaica November 29

    in Current Events

    Talk Jamaica comes your way today at 4 pm. We present the top stories in the week that was, then at 4:20, we have our On the Ballot feature we speak to Andre Hylton and at 4:40pm Fayval Williams tells us what she has to offer to the constituency if elected.


    At 5:00 we zoom in on Legal Perspectives of the DPP'S ruling reversal on the Shernet Haughton matter.


    Ending the show we have a special edition of Talk Vault looking back at National Journalism Week, Dionne Jackson Miller will give us the round up.


    TalkJamaica 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.