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Talk Jamaica comes your way at 4p.m. At 4:45 we go to West Central St. Catherine. What was behind that protest against Dr. Chris Tufton? A delegate will join us.
Then at 5 p.m., we assess the situation in the Dominican Republic. Is it racism or just constitutional interpretation? And how should CARICOMreact? Jamaica's Jr. Foreign Minister, the Founder of the Free Haiti Movement and a Jamaican seminarian living in the DR will join us.
We also have Talk Vault, Talk History and In Perspective in the package. Join us at 4p.m.
Tune in on talkjamaicaradio.com/listen, you can listen via phone or download our mobile app
On Talk Jamaica this week, will public sector workers and the government reach a consensus anytime soon? The heads of the Jamaica Teachers Association, the Jamaica Police Federation and a member of EPOC will join us to discuss the challenges associated with wage negotiations.
Then at 5 p.m., Is it time to take Christianity out of schools entirely or create spaces of religious diversity? Should mandatory devotions be removed from our schools? Representatives of the Jamaicans for Secular Humanism, National Secondary Students Council and the Jamaica Coalition for a Healthier Society will join us for this discussion.
Then later in the broadcast, we take you into our Talk Vault feature, Michael Collins of Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) joins us to talk about Barracks Entertainment's latest gripping production – Force Ripe and why they are sponsors.
Talk Jamaica comes your way at 4pm on talkjamaicaradio.com/listen and also on caribriddimsradio
On Talk Jamaica this week beginning at 4pm polygamy in Jamaica? The muslins in Jamaica are suggesting it is the way to go. Would it work? Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Jamaica will respond.
Then at 4:45 p.m. we talk to JTA and Jamaica Medical Doctors Association Representatives about the contentious wage negotiations.
At 5 p.m. The upcoming Diaspora Conference. We speak with Minister of State in the Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Ministry, Arnaldo Brown, as well as members of the Jamaican Diaspora on the conference as well as various issues.
Then later in the broadcast, we take you into our Talk Vault feature, where we meet Okarie Edwards, culinary arts expert, who started his own business at the age of 19.
As always we are streaming live on talkjamaicaradio.com/listen, you can download our app, listen via phone or on Carib Riddims Radio
On Talk Jamaica this week we examine the issues surrounding defamation and the media. Our panel includes PAJ President Dionne Jackson Miller, members of the media fraternity and Attorney-at-law, Bert Samuels.
Then at 5 p.m., it’s our brand new feature where you, our listeners, ask the questions to our guests. Today’s guest is Education Minister Rev. Ronald Thwaites. Remember to post your questions on our Twitter page @talkjaradio and Facebook: Talk Jamaica Radio using the hashtag -?#askronniethwaites?. Ask the questions and get the answers right here on Talk Jamaica.
Then, later in the broadcast, we take you into our Talk Vault feature, where we meet young Camir Ricketts, a scientist in training whose aim it is to find cures for cancer and HIV/AIDS.
Talk Jamaica is live on talkjamaicaradio.com/listen, remember you can also download our app or listen via phone
On Talk Jamaica this week Christian group LOVE March Movement protests against the LGBT agenda and international pressure on the government to repeal the ‘buggery law’. Leader Daniel Thomas joins us.
At 4:45. Young Jamaica President Howard Chamberlain joins us to discuss his organization’s stance on CCJ as well as that of the parent organization – the Jamaica Labour Party.
Then at 5 p.m., can there be independent thought in a political party? Is it practical, politically or... is there time for a paradigm shift? Three Jamaican youth leaders Germaine Barrett, Kemesha Kelly and Aujae Dixon will give their perspectives.
Then later in the broadcast, we take you into our Talk Vault feature, Young Aspiring Thespian, Director, Educator Horace Gordon is on the rise to make his stamp in the Theatre Industry. He joins us in the Talk Vault at 5:35 p.m
We also have The Week That Was and In Perspective, Talk Jamaica comes your way at 4pmEST on talkjamaicaradio.com/listen
On Talk Jamaica this week The CCJ debate continues, the bill was passed in the lower house with both government and opposition voting on party lines. Is there need for a referendum? What about this secret deal that the government tried to make with the opposition, our panel will discuss the issues.
In the second half of the discussion segment, why are so many Jamaicans leaving to seek political asylum? Are they really in fear or is it that they are looking for a better life. We will speak to someone who sought asylum and also from the Executive Director of JFLAG Dane Lewis.
There is also The Week The Was and In Perspective
Talk Jamaica comes your way at 4pm on talkjamaicaradio.com/listen
On Talk Jamaica this week the Jamaicans for Justice, loses its Charity status. The Chairman Dr. Barry Wade joins us.
Then at 4:45, is the Jamaica Parliament effective? The World Economic Forum suggests its not. PNP MP Mikael Phillips and the JLP’s Floyd Green will join us.
Then at 5 p.m., the DNA Legislation, benefits and possible issues that may arise – we explore the issue with Attorney at Law Bert Samuels.
We also have 'The week that was' and Talk Vault, this week we speak to comedian and Internet Vlogger sensation, Dutty Berry.
Talk Jamaica is live at 4pm on talkjamaicaradio.com/liste
On Talk Jamaica this week Dr. Alfred Dawes of the Jamaica Medical Doctors Association joins us . Did he step out of line when he declared that he will not have any further meetings with the Permanent Secretary? Why did he later withdraw the statement? He will also elaborate on the challenges within the health sector.
At 5 p.m., is the Jamaica Parliament effective? The World Economic Forum’s Global Information Technology Report 2015 suggests it’s not. Our expert analysts will join us.
There is also Talk Vault and 'the week that was', Talk Jamaica begins at 4pm on www.talkjamaicaradio.com/listen and also on Carib Riddims Radio
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
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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.