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Talk Jamaica comes your way today at 4pm. In part one we venture in the debate on the search for a new commissioner of police, what went wrong and will we get answers anytime soon. Is an indigenous commissioner of police or an imported/foreign commissioner of police the right fit?
In the second half of the discussion segment we will hear from Historian, Publicist and Fellow in History at Melbourne University (Australia), Middle East Policy Expert Professor Daniel Mandel who will speak to us on the highly controversial Israel/Gaza Conflict.
There is also in perspective, the week that was and feedback
SUNDAY JULY 27, 2014 LIVE On Line Radio At Its Best
NEWS In Review. News Stories From Jamaica Over The Past Week.
FOCUS News Stories in depth/ Late Breaking News
MUSIC- By Shae Mill https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/shae-mill/id435775869
MAIN TOPIC Drought in Jamaica, Climate Change & Development
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The Sunday on Talk Jamaica
Can the Parish Council confiscate your assets if your landlord fails to pay his/her property tax? We will hear from Mayor of Kingston Angella Brown Burke and Mayor of May Pen and President of the Association of Local Government Authorities (AlGA) Scean Barnswell.
What is happening in the Jamaica Teachers Association? Its President Mark Nicely will join us. We will also speak to the representatives from NCU’s Debating Team on their quest to attend World Universities Debating Championships.
There is also ‘ The Week That Was’ and In Perspective. Talk Jamaica comes your way at 4pm this Sunday. Don’t Miss It
On Yute Vybz tonight we discuss TWITTER, is it that young people are taking it seriously? People carrying Twitter feelings? We will hear from three popular individuals on Twitter.
In Youth Spotlight we turn our focus on Jamaica Association for Debating and Empowerment, there is also half time and feedback.
Yute Vybz comes your way at 8pm tonight, only on TJR Tweet it, post it, hashtag it! Let’s Vibe!
slow jamz on a Sunday with rula brown
About: DR KERLENE RICHARDSON
At eight months old, Dr. Karlene A. Richardson (nee Robinson), who was born in Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies, was sent to live with her grandparents. At 10 years old she passed her common entrance to attend Camperdown High School. She later attended Prospect Heights High School in Brooklyn, New York.
Dr. Richardson attended Nassau Community College where she obtained an associate's degree in Liberal Arts and Science, a bachelor's and master's degree from St. Joseph's College of Maine, and a doctorate in health administration from University of Phoenix.
Dr. Richardson uses her experiences as a victim of rape, teenage pregnancy, and homelessness yet successfully defying the odds to becoming a successful health care professional, to capture the essence of success. In her presentations, her passion of perseverance and endurance ignites the energy used to get audience participating, whether inwardly or with peers. Audience walks away more confident, more inspired, fired up to take on challenges. Each event is customized for the audience. Each of Dr. Richardson's presentation is customized for each organization's needs.
Dr. Richardson, a Pentecostal, is a doctor in health administration, professor, author, and motivational speaker and lives in Queens, New York.
Dr. Richardson is the founder of Now H.E.A.L.E.D., an organization that mentors and provide support for women. The first annual Now H.E.A.L.E.D. Tour begins August 21-25th, 2014 and include visits to homeless shelters motivating women to break free from their past, and teaching women the power of determining how their story ends.
About Author LETICIE RYAN
The Yardie Skeptics close off their series on "Changes and Transitions" this Sunday, July 27th at 12:30pm (11:30am Jamaica time) by turning the lens on YOU our loyal supporters. This Sunday we'll have a Listening to Our Listeners segment where we want you to call in and tell us about the kinds of changes and transitions happening with you and/or the kinds of changes and transitions you'd like to see for yourselves and your country. With all that's going on in the world these days, we sure could use some changes if not full scale upheavals.
Halfway through the show, we'll connect with psychology graduate and intern Christina Fenton who will engage with the Yardie Skeptics on the topic of mental health stigma and the methods we can use to gradually change attitudes on this matter.
To listen to this episode live, or catch the archived version afterwards, simply go to the link below. Join the live chatroom on the day of the interview to share your views and ask questions.
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Celebrity Link : Featuring 15 of jamaica's Reggae Music Child prodigy
Dennis Brown was born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1957. Hailed as a child prodigy
Alaine – Many older Jamaicans will remember Alaine as the little girl with the angelic voice from the popular 1990s Victoria Mutual Building Society ad, but she had actually made her debut a few years earlier in the movie Clara’s Heart, starring Whoopi Goldberg and Kathleen Quinlan
Jimmy Cliff – Singer, musician, actor and all-around global superstar Jimmy Cliff began his illustrious career while in high school by entering a number of local talent contests. By the time he was 14, Cliff had released several hit singles
Beenie Man - ”Me a chat microphone from about ’79 – from Lee’s Unlimited an’ all Volcano time.” Beenie Man, as Moses Davis is more widely known, is a childhood nickname gained because of his slight stature. Back in his early days, he could hardly be seen behind the amplifiers on the sound system stage, but Beenie Man was certainly a star in the making
Nadine Sutherland – Eleven-year-old Sutherland burst unto the scene in 1979, besting Yellowman and Paul Blake (who later became the leader of the Bloodfire Posse) in the first Tastee Talent Contest.
Junior Tucker – Leslie ‘Junior’ Tucker was born in Trench Town. The child prodigy, who came from a family of singers, was even nicknamed the Jamaican Michael Jackson because of his extraordinary talent
Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers - David ‘Ziggy’ Marley, eldest of the Marley offspring, doesn’t consider himself a child star, although his career began in 1979, when the 11-year-old, along with siblings Cedella
Various ancient African Egyptian topics are discussed with host Unut Anpu. Topics are based on the teachings of Shetaut Neter (Egyptian Mysteries) as taught by Dr. Muata Ashby of the Sema Institute and the Temple of Aset. The Kemetic Life Skills lecture series continues tonight with Sebai Maa. The Kemetic diet food for the body, food for the mind and food for the soul will be presented. Sebai Maa will also discuss the upcoming Tjef Neteru Level 2 Certification/Training which will be held August 23-31, 2014 in Jamaica.
“Children of all ages feel betrayed and abandoned when their parents divorce because their cozy nest is disrupted,” Lieberman says. “This even upsets kids who are already out of the nest. The message their parents are sending is that it is more important for them to have a life of their choosing than to remain in their prior, primary role of mom or dad.” The result: strained relations, uncomfortable moments for everyone and, for you, the feeling that your children may not have your best interests at heart.
Sometimes there are psychological reasons for an adult child resisting a parent’s new love life. For instance, a young woman may be especially sensitive when her father forms a serious new relationship. “She may feel her dad prefers the 'other' woman to both her mom and herself,” Lieberman says.
“It comes down to jealousy,” says Dr. Itamar Salamon, an associate clinical professor of psychiatry at theAlbert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City. “Children, even when they’re grown, get attached to being important in their single parents’ lives, and they resent it when someone gets between them and the parent.”
Truth Be Told aims to focus on topical issues surrounding people, relationship and sex; the programme which is for individuals sixteen is educating while entertaining its listeners. We endevour to leave no stone unturned, we ask the questions that many think about, we discuss the issues that many are afraid to tackle. Truth Be Told is heard on Wednesdays at 9:30pm.
Tonight is Jamaicas Sprinting on the Decline?....World Junior Championships , CommonWealth Games , Shelly says Weir should not carry the Flg!!!...and more!
An indepth look with liveley discussion of the Track and Field Happennings with a Caribbean twist with the Data Guy, Rico and Host Sean Garrity. Athlete analysis, head to head matchups, relay pools, field events break down, world leads and much much more. Interviews with Coaches, and Athletes.
This is not your typical Sports show...its all track heads and junkies!!
The mic and phones are always open, so call in with your comments and questions to626-657-2104 or twitter @trackdataguy or @rico2hot
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