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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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Tonight we are discussing Sexual Fetishes

The discussion segment begins at 5 p.m. Today, we look back on a call made by former Jamaican Prime Minister P.J. Patterson that more Jamaicans need to consider being more tolerant towards members of the LGBT community, bearing... more

Your youth commentary show

Tonight on Truth Be Told, we will be discussing the issue of size, does it matter? Which is better the pencil or the bamboo? Check us out tonight at 9:30pm

We begin the show with a review of stories from ‘THE WEEK THAT WAS': UWI'S SACKING OF CHART HEAD TRIGGERS CONTROVERSY FOUR 9 YEAR-OLDS KILLED IN ST. JAMES TAXI OPERATOR FOUND GUILTY OF... more

Masturbation: Taking matters into your own hands, that is the discussion on Truth Be Told this Wednesday. Why do people masturbate? Do some people prefer masturbation over actual sex? Is this a way from Christians to not fornicate?... more

Today on Talk Jamaica we look at the JPS, were they in their right to give only 12 hours of service to certain communities? Why is it that we only heard from the politicians after the JPS decided to take such drastic actions? What are they... more

On Truth Be Told we discuss the difference between dance hall and carnival. Is carnival the uptown version of dancehall? Why is it that revellers can dance in the streets for carnival but when it is done in dancehall people have issues? Well... more

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... more

Tonight on Truth Be Told we have part two of the discussion where we look at the Transgender community. We examine both sides of the coin and we hear from the church.

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