• 01:54

    Talk Jamaica- September 7, 2014

    in Current Events

    In part one we discuss the state of education in Jamaica. The first week of school has ended. Is the ministry of education pleased with the progress so far?  What are some the developments we need to look forward to in the 2014-2015 school year? We will hear from Minister of Education, the Rev. Ronald Thwaites.  

    Then at 5:10, in the first segment of part two of the discussion segment we will have the Love March Movement’s response to the discontinued buggery law challenge and their continued advocacy for the retention of the buggery law. We will also hear about other possible challenges and counter challenges in the gay rights saga. We will hear from Daniel Thomas, President of the Love March Movement and Maurice Tomlinson, Attorney at Law and Right’s Advocate. 

    There is also feedback and the week that was join us today at 4pm on http://talkjamaicaradio.com/listen.php

  • 00:57

    Soyini Coke | Dr. L.B Wish | Beau Blouin

    in Relationships

    (Love) Dr. LB LeslieBeth (LB) Wish helps women looking for help with their love, life, career, and family issues. She provides solid, practical, and trusted advice that has worked for the thousands of women.

    (Money) Soyini Coke, Soyini Coke leads the Annona Enterprises team of consultants and works directly with executives to write actionable, investor-ready documents and develop financial projections to map the growth of their businesses. She and her team have facilitated the launch and growth of many businesses, conducting research necessary to determine each venture’s true potential for success.

    (Service) Beau Blouin, During Beau’s Marine Corp deployment, twice in Afghanistan and twice in Iraq, he learned how to control his mind in stressful situations in a way that created spiritual fitness not just physicality, but emotionally and spiritually.The insights he gained inspired him to create a curriculum for young people, to assist them with the difficult situations that life inevitably offers, to not “give up” but “dive in”.

    Dr. Wade is clinical psychologist, author, TV host, and motivational speaker, who inspires thousands of people each month with her dynamic range of events and free teleseminar's.

  • 00:29

    Black Geeks Review: The Signal

    in Movies

    This week we're reviewing the sci-fi thriller "The Signal", starring Laurence Fishburne and Brenton Thwaites, directed by William Eubank. "R u Agitated?" Tune in this Sunday at 3:30 PM PST to hear our answer.

    From IMDB:

    "On a road trip, Nic and two friends are drawn to an isolated area by a computer genius. When everything suddenly goes dark, Nic regains consciousness - only to find himself in a waking nightmare."


  • 01:58

    Talk Jamaica- May 11, 2014

    in Current Events

    The discussion segment will focus on two issues. First, we speak with Education Minister Rev. Ronald Thwaites who, in his sectoral presentation, announced changes to the Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) and the Primary Exit Profile (PEP) that is set to replace the GSAT in 2017.  

    In the second discussion at 5:15, we look at the issue of abortion. Is it time to legalize abortion in Jamaica? What’s the church’s view? We speak with North West St. Ann MP, Dr. Dayton Campbell, whose sectoral presentation touched on that issue. 

  • 01:50

    Talk Jamaica- January 26, 2013

    in Politics

    This week on Talk Jamaica: In our discussion segment, we look back at the controversial JCF study on Education and Crime. We speak with Education Minister Rev. Ronald Thwaites about the Ministry’s intervention: We will also speak with Former JTA President, Clayton Hall, Rusea’s High Student Tina Renier and Joseph Williams, Principal of St. James High, one of the school’s identified in the study.

    Also in our broadcast, we look back at the week that was: The Police killing of cookshop operator Nackeia Jackson, on Tuesday, in the Orange Villa, Kingston, sparks two days of protests:  We zoom in on that story.

     Later in the programme, our TALK BACK segment, where we take your calls and present your responses to our feedback question: What can be done to reduce the number of school dropouts in Jamaica?

  • 00:57

    The Tennis Authority w/ Jan Thwaites of Wimbeldon Experience

    in Sports

    Join Natalie Chaline Fox as we she tennis industry to you.   We will be visiting each week with various tennis businesses and oranziations to see what they offer in this great sport we all love.

  • 00:32
  • 03:00

    CHANGE in JAMAICA Ronnie Thwaites

    in Music

    Ronald Thwaites BA, MA, JP, MP,Opposition Spokesman on Education. Established the Jamaica Legal Aid Clinic,hosts radio talk-show.Director of JABLUM Jamaica,Abbey Green EstateLtd,Cinchona Heights Ltd,Coffee Industry Development Company, past lecturer of Church History Theology,Faculty at University of the West Indies, part-time lecturer Department of Social Work, University scholar to Cornell University,and Rhodes Scholar to Oxford University. 
    RCFJ Group (Trevor Francis founder) will primarily operate as a WATCHDOG GROUP.Concerned Jamaicans, residing all over the world, we have become deeply troubled with the state of governance, or the lack thereof..Jamaica is facing severe economic and social problems, which includes, but are not limited to, a sluggish economy, high unemployment, high levels of crime,  national debt, corruption,  weak agricultural sector, poor education, inadequate health services, abuse of human rights and a poor justice system. 

  • 00:31

    Compassionate Capitalist: The Million Dollar Business Plan

    in Entrepreneur

    Karen Rands is excited to have Soyini Coke of Annona Enterprises join her on the Compassionate Capitalist radio show to talk about something near and dear to every entrepreneur's and investor's heart- The Business Plan. 
    Hot of the press:
    The Perfect Business Plan:  A Step-by-Step Guide
    Available in print and ebook form HERE
    During this information packed show, these industry experts will talk about the challenges in getting a compelling business plan together that attracts the capital an entrepreneur needs to start and grow their business.
    Soyini has tapped into her years of experience in advising entrepreneurs and writing business plans to develop a 10-step process for writing the perfect business plan. 
    Soyini Coke is Managing Principal at Annona Enterprises, a strategic advisory firm that works with business owners and entrepreneurs to ensure they can assemble the funds, business processes and people to launch their businesses faster and more profitably.
    Karen Rands is the Managing Principal at Kugarand Capital Holdings that offers the LAUNCHfn Access to Capital System. She helps entrepreneurs develop their capital strategy that maps to an effective go-to-market business strategy.  Find out more
    Also get the tips & techniques to build BIG Companies... join us on facebook: Run with the B.I.G Dogs - facebook.com/BusinessInvestorGrow

  • 01:00

    "The Experience with momowilly" featuring Ayana Soyini

    in Entertainment

    DJ, activist, producer, and femcee Ayana Soyini sits down with momowilly to discuss her upcoming tour, the demands of being an artist, and her favorite Blaxplotation flick.

    The Experience showcases inspiring artists and their work.

  • 03:05

    community talk

    in Education

    Professional Jamaicans for Jamaica, Inc., is a 501(C)(3) Tax Exempt, membership-driven organization that was created to work on behalf of Jamaica’s success, by committing to provide financial assistance for education and professional training and development opportunities, for low-income Jamaicans. We will achieve this by (a) recruiting competent and socially-conscious professionals who are committed to the success of Jamaicans (b) partnering with corporate organizations and individuals who support our mission (c) engaging in aggressive fund-raising to support these causes.
    Most of us are now acutely aware that education is the number one way to advance one’s opportunities for a better life. In fact, there is a direct relationship between anti-social behaviors and a lack of education. Sadly, too many of our children are missing school and are therefore not participating in the educational process.
    We remain committed to developing and empowering future leaders who will influence “Changes in Jamaica.”
    This, we hope, will ensure we contribute to the creation of a nation of independent, free thinking and liberated Jamaicans, who are capable of making choices that will enable them to live their best selves.
    Visit our website at www.pjfj.org to learn more about us and make financial pledges to our education programs.
    You can also follow our daily Education and Youth discussions on our Facebook Page at:

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