• 02:03

    Talk Jamaica March 22

    in Current Events

    On Talk Jamaica this week we have a one on one with Public Defender Arlene Harrison Henry then in the second half of the discussion segment we focus on public boards, are we putting competent individuals on these boards or is it a place to reward political faithful? We will hear from two political commentators. We also have In Perspective, The Week That Was and Talk Vault. For Talk Vault this week we will feature Taj Christian Prime Minister’s National Youth Awardee and Youth Ambassador of Jamaica to the Commonwealth.


    We start at 4pm on talkjamaicaradio.com/listen we also broadcast on Caribriddims Radio. You can also listen via phone or download our app


    TJR is celebrating one year, one year of 'Commentary at its Best'

  • 01:57

    Talk Jamaica - March 15

    in Current Events

    Tune in to Talk Jamaica Radio today at 4 p.m. as we examine the issues surrounding the Riverton Fire. We will be joined by NSWMA Head Jennifer Edwards, JET Legal Advisor Danielle Andrade and Environmentalist Peter Espeut.


    Then stick around as we look back at Finance Minister Peter Phillips' budget presentation, we will hear from Financial Analyst - Ralston Hyman and JLP Deputy Spokesperson on Finance - Fayval Williams.


    Tune in on www.talkjamaicaradio.com/listen or via our Talk Jamaica Radio App which you can download for free from the Google Playstore. Talk Jamaica - Commentary at its Best!

  • 02:02

    Talk Jamaica- March 8

    in Current Events

    On Talk Jamaica this week the JTA President Doran Dixon will discuss the ongoing wage negotiations with the government. In the second half of our discussion segment we look at the recently passed amendments to the Dangerous Drugs Act, which sees criminal penalties being removed from having possession of small amounts of ganja. Delano Seiveright and Dr. Wendel Abel will join us to debate the pros and cons. There is also In Perspective, The Week That Was, Talk Vault and Talk History.


    In our feedback question we ask Given the tight fiscal constraints, do you think it is unfair of our teachers to request a 25% wage increase at this time? Talk Jamaica streams live on www.talkjamaicaradio.com and also on caribriddims radio at caribriddims.com

  • 01:52

    Talk Jamaica March 1

    in Current Events

    Why did JLP and Opposition Leader Andrew Holness decide to contest the Constitutional Court's ruling in the Senate letter affair? Can he hold on much longer as leader? Do you agree with Education Minister Rev. Ronald Thwaites' move to regulate the practice by schools of 'buying' student athletes? TUNE IN to Talk Jamaica Radio for 'Talk Jamaica' this afternoon between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. Controversial columnist Mark Wignall will speak on the Senate letter affair while Education Minister Rev. Ronald Thwaites will join the discussion on the buying of athletes. It's all LIVE on Talk Jamaica Radio today, Sunday, March 1, at 4 p.m.Log on tohttp://www.talkjamaicaradio.com/listen/ for free or download the 'Talk Jamaica Radio' app from the Google Playstore...It's free!

  • 02:00

    Talk Jamaica - Feb 22

    in Current Events

    Talk Jamaica goes live at 4pm this afternoon. Minister of Finance, Dr. Peter Phillips has tabled a 641 Billion dollar budget. How will is expected to affect the ordinary Jamaican. We will analyze the credibility of the Fiscal Year 2015-2016 Government of Jamaica Budget. We will get reactions from Financial Analyst, Ralston Hyman and the JLP Deputy Spokesperson on Finance, Fayval Williams. We want to hear from you: Do you think the Jamaican people can take more taxes, given the limited spending power they now have? We also have In Perspective, Talk Vault with Chef Noel Cunningham and Talk History in the package.
    Join Ricardo Brooks and Ralston Chamberlain at 4 p.m.
    http://www.talkjamaicaradio.com/listen download our app or listen via phone
     

  • 01:58

    Talk Jamaica- February 8

    in Current Events

    On Talk Jamaica this week we garner reactions and analysis to Friday’s landmark ruling by the Constitutional Court that Opposition Leader Andrew Holness’ decision to remove that former Senator Arthur Williams and Dr. Christopher Tufton, using undated letters of resignation, was unconstitutional.


    At 5 p.m. we continue our look at Broadcasting Rights. We follow up on last week’s discussion and look at the issue of Cable operators broadcasting channels legally, the benefits and implications as well as what the stakeholders are saying. Representatives of HBO Latin America and the Jamaica Association of Community Cable Operators (JACCO) will join us.


    Talk Jamaica comes your way live at 4pm on www.talkjamaicaradio.com

  • 00:27

    Urban Travel Guide - The Benefits of Having a Travel Agent

    in Travel

    In this re-launch of the show The Travel Guy Jon will discuss the benefits of having a travel agent and how it can be a benefit to and make your vacation run smoothly.

  • 01:57

    Talk Jamaica- Jan 25

    in Current Events

    TALK JAMAICA TODAY at 4 p.m...would condom distribution in high schools reduce teen pregnancy and contraction of STIs...


    We’ll be joined by Dr. Sandra Knight, Chairman of the National Family Planning Board and Chairman of the National Youth Council, Nackadian Jones.


    In part two of that discussion we continue to examine the issue with Education Minister Rev. Ronald Thwaites and President Elect of the Jamaica Association of Guidance Counsellors in Education (JAGCE), Mrs. NinaDixon.


    Nicole Nation of Volunteer Nation joins us for our feature segment...Talk Vault Listen live today between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. viawww.talkjamaicaradio.com or via the Talk Jamaica Radio App (download from GooglePlaystore).


    In the US, listen live via AudioNow by dialing 712-432-3203. Listen live also on Carib Riddims Radio at caribriddims.com

  • 01:24

    Jamaica -The Island of Legends and Great Beaches

    in Travel

    This episode we will have John Woolcock of the Jamaican Tourism Board discuss the fun and legendary island of Jamaica.  This island, which is one my favorites because of the people, the food, the beaches, and loads of activities and music, remains high on a lot of peoples list to visit.


    The Caribbean has a strong tourism economy and remains one the most popular areas of the world to travel year after year.  Listen in and find out why Jamaica is so popular with cruise and land based customers.


    Yolanda will discuss her search for a great Caribbean restaurant in Austin and her experiences on the hunt.  Shellda will have her Jamaican Fun Facts, and Lindsey will talk about upcoming Caribbean events.


    Dont forget about Peeks Cruises & Tours 20th celebration and Travel Pfest with our great travel partners, Funjet Vacations, Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Sandals, and Globus Family of Tours and more to come....We'll announce a great surprise if you attend this event.


     


     

  • 01:54

    Talk Jamaica

    in Current Events

    Talk Jamaica is your premier current affairs programme covering topics/issues affecting Jamaica, the wider Caribbean and persons within the Diaspora. Our weekly guests and insightful callers engage in riveting discussions, enriching the intellectual discourse. Join us listeners, especially our Caribbean friends as we examine the issues and cut through the diplomatic-speak. Forget about being politically correct! Let’s All Talk Jamaica! Sundays @4pm.

  • 02:00

    Talk Jamaica

    in Current Events

    Talk Jamaica is your premier current affairs programme covering topics/issues affecting Jamaica, the wider Caribbean and persons within the Diaspora. Our weekly guests and insightful callers engage in riveting discussions, enriching the intellectual discourse. Join us listeners, especially our Caribbean friends as we examine the issues and cut through the diplomatic-speak. Forget about being politically correct! Let’s All Talk Jamaica! Sundays @4pm.

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