Caribbean Report 01-03-1989

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Caribbean Report 01-03-1989

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Title: Caribbean Report 01-03-1989
Author: Timmins, Jerry (anchor); Crosskill, Hugh (anchor); Hughes, Herbert (interviewee); Adderley, Paul (interviewee); Piller, Gordon (interviewee); Jeffers, Vernon (interviewee); Jarret, Marcia (correspondent); Hyde, Christiana (interviewee); Cavadino, Paul (interviewee)
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1. Headlines: Ben Johnson's coach testifiy that he encouraged athletes to take steroids long before the Seoul olympics; the prospect for peace in Surinam improved; and, Chief Minister Gumbs of Anguilla answers his critics (00:00-00:52)
2. Recording of Hubert Hughes on the previous day's BBC Caribbean Report on irregularities in Anguilla's recent elections (00:53-01:50)
3. Headlines: The Minister of National Security in Bahamas reacts angrily to a U.S. State Department Report on Drug trafficking and corruption in the islands; Montserrat wins its battle against the British gobvernment for the free treatment of citizens with life threatening illnesses; and, the Lord Chancellor of Britain wants racism eliminated from the legal system (01:51-02:39)
4. Interview with Paul Adderly, Minister of National Security in the Bahamas on the U.S. State Department Report on Drug trafficking and Consumption in the islands (02:40-05:35)
5. Britain's Foreign Office has agreed to treat some twenty cases a year with life threatening illness from Montserrat, Anguilla, the British Virgin Islands and the Turks and Caicos Islands.Interview with Gordon Piller of the Children's Research Fund (05:36-09:10)
6. Financial News (09:11-10:29)
7. Lord McKay, Lord Chancellor of Britain response to Sir James Miskin's alleged racist remarks. Interview with Christiana Hyde of the Black Society of Lawyers and Paul Cavadino of the National Association for the Care and Re-settlement of Offenders (10:30-12:55)
8. Review of what the British Press has been writing in the past week that are of interest to the Caribbean: Conservative MP, Terry Dicks earned the anger of West Indians in Britain over racial remarks; New Bajan Party disgust; Desmond Haynes joins Middlesex next season; and, "Frank a million" (12:56-16:42)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/11464
Date: 1989-03-01


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