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  • Author, Miranda Parker

    in Books

    Author of The Evangeline Hunter Bounty Series, Miranda Parker, discusses her novel, "A Good Excuse to Be Bad".

  • 01:58

    Talk Jamaica- April 26

    in Current Events

    On Talk Jamaica this week we speak to the head of the Broadcasting Commission Cordell Green and also the President of the Cable Operators in Jamaica.  There is also Talk Vault and In Perspective 

  • 02:59

    Talk Jamaica April 19

    in Current Events

    ON TALK JAMAICA TODAY: That shocking Clarendon quadruple killing and rumblings on the political scene in N.E. St. Elizabeth, S.W. St. Elizabeth and NE St. Catherine. Rastafarian and the amendments to the ganja law and why they’re not happy?


    A member of the Ras Tafari Millennium Council will join us. Then, the street people issue. Did the KSAC really remove them ahead of the visit of President Obama? KSAC Town Clerk Robert Hill and lobby group MENSANA founder Carol Narcisse will join us.


    That’s Talk Jamaica, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. today. Listen live via:www.talkjamaicaradio.com/listen/ or download the Talk Jamaica Radio app free from the Google Playstore.

  • 01:03

    The Joan Henry Radio Show

    in Entrepreneur

    The Joan Henry radio show is a fun forum for individuals interested in becoming an entrepreneur to connect with like-minded individuals, as well as entrepreneurs who are looking to take their business to another level to learn from other successful entrepreneurs. The show features guests who spoke on a variety of business related topics such as: goal setting, recognize opportunities, Mindset, creative thinking, problem solving, planning and organizing, financial literacy, taxes, branding, marketing, etc. The show also features guests from multi-level marketing, franchising, and other marketing concepts


    John Quinn Hooks, motivational speaker,pastor, and life coach who seeks to help people find and fulfill their God given purpose.


    Sponsors:  Rita Ricks   Off The Vine   Audible Trail

  • 00:19

    Talk Jamaica- April 5

    in Current Events

    Talk Jamaica- Commentary at its best

  • 00:59

    The BOV proudly presents the wedding of Big Boden and Destiny Uvdeth

    in Entertainment

    Thats right I BDD will be joining Boden and Destiny in a biker style wedding tonight so get yer asses down here and watch the show!  Show some support and who knows maybe somebody will get the shit stabbed outta them.

  • 01:32

    Tru Talk Radio kicks it with Mz.Mistress

    in Entertainment

    Come join Tru Talk Radio that will be having Mz.Mistress on (5-22-15) for the first time some be sure to tune in to show some love


    an the support for the arist and the broadcast.


         Sheila Lee, also known as MzMistress, was born in Chula Vista, CA. She was brought up in a mixed culture home by her mother who was born in the Philippine Islands, and her father who is of Mexican and Irish decent. She came from a military background and relocated to other major cities such as Long Beach, Chicago, Denver, New York, Portland, Seattle, Nashville, and St Louis. Her love for rap music begin at the age of 6 in Long Beach, where she first learned to break dance. At the age of 12 she began writing song lyrics with her brother Victor. At the age of 14 MzMistress was asked by a music group out of Virginia, to ghost write songs for them. MzMistress found her new talent as an outlet for her troubled life inside and outside of her home. After continuous run ins with the law and problems with her abusive family, she was forced to live on the streets at the age of 16. With no home or family to help, she was unable to continue with her dream of audio arts.          


    www.mzmistress.com


    We will also be having of course fun fucked up friday with lots of new music and special guest suprises

  • 00:59

    Tough Talk Christian Radio

    in Christianity

    Tough Talk Christian Radio with host Tony Gambone with guests Michael Easthman & Michael Burliegh:


    Michael Eastham, CPA, PFS, is the founding principal of Fellowship Financial Group in Altamonte Springs, Florida. Mr. Eastham has been involved in financial services for over twenty five years. He is an active member of the American Institute of CPA's and has earned their Personal Financial Specialist (PFS) designation. He has a BBA in Accounting from James Madison University, holds a Series 65 & 63 securities licenses as well as licenses in Insurance and Annuities.


    Michael Burleigh - I follow a few basic principles when running the practice. They are to do the right thing, do the best you can, and show people that you care. Michael is a hands on advisor who takes great pleasure in running the business, delegating responsibilities to staff, and providing expert guidance to retirees and individuals who are fast approaching retirement. He is committed to providing clients with conservative investment strategies that will help fund a better standard of living during retirement. Just like his clients, Michael believes in the work ethic and knows how important it is to preserve hard-earned dollars. He started his career in the financial services industry in 1986, branching out to form his own company three years later.

  • 02:57

    Everything w/Kathy B, Tyrone Mitchell, Alison Sheppard, Cheryl Phoenix Henry

    in Entertainment

    Source Nation! Join us tonight for Power Over Tomorrow with our Resident Financial Advisor, Tyrone S. Mitchell, World News with Host Ami Smith and The Great Griot with Host K.LaShea


    At 6, Tyrone discusses-Economic Outcome and Your Income. How global financial markets can influence prices at your local markets.


    At 7:15- It's Lupus Awareness Month so join Ami Smith as she welcomes, Alison Sheppard in to the studio to share with us, All About Lupus.


    At 8:15 Cheryl Phoenix Henry


    The term "school to prison pipeline, was first used in the USA, however it is becoming increasingly used and recgonised in the UK. Many parents and carers are all to aware of what can only be described as the systematic way in which children are being "pushed" out of the education system. When speaking with these children and young people they often say, that they are made to feel less than their peers, they feel picked on and that they are treated differently then other students. There have even been reports on direct & verbal racial abuse, met out by teachers towards black children. It has been well documented that Black children do far better academically in school when they are between the ages of five to eleven years. There is growing concern amongst academics and parents at the large rate in which black children are forced out of school at very important stages of their academic lives. It has also been well documented in the mainstream press that teachers have admitted to "marking down the work of black students", they have admitted to having low expectations of black students, so tend to ignore them in class. When a child reacts to what they often see as being ignored or treated differently they are severly reprimanded, for at times, minor offences which their peers are simply given a warning or in house reprimand for. 

  • 00:46

    Friday night live with Deep, Diverse and Different

    in Entertainment

    April Deep Aries discusses the impact of being eclectic, ethnic and an artist in poetry, music, in a group founded by April Deep Aries Deep, Diverse and Different. This is a spontaneous show and let's let it flow and go!

  • 02:02

    Talk Jamaica April 12

    in Current Events

    On Talk Jamaica this week  we look at geo-political issues surrounding Jamaica’s relationship with China, the United States and Venezuela. Should Jamaica be forced to choose?


    We will also will focus on the way forward through the eyes of young professionals. They will identify national issues of concern and provide solutions.


    Then later in the broadcast, we take you into our Talk Vault feature where we feature that brave young woman, whom President Obama highlighted in the Town Hall meeting last week.  Her name is Angeline Jackson and she will joins us at 5:35.   

    We also have In Perspective and The Week That Was 
     


    Talk Jamaica comes your way at 4pm on Talk Jamaica Radio and also on Caribriddims Radio


    www.talkjamaicaradio.com/listen


    Persons in the US and UK can dial by phone to listen: 605-562-4134 or if you are in the UK, 033-0998-1133


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