Caribbean Report 02-03-1989

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Caribbean Report 02-03-1989

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Title: Caribbean Report 02-03-1989
Author: Crosskill, Hugh (anchor); Porter, Adrian (correspondent); Francis, Charlie (interviewee); Bennish, Peter (correspondent); Rhys, Robert (correspondent); Whitehorne, Pat (correspondent); Daughtie, Tony (correspondent)
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1. Headlines: A U.S. threat to put the Bahamas on an international blacklist of drug trafficking nations; a senior Old Bailey judge, Sir James Miskin in an after dinner speech applies a derogatory name tag to a West Indian man; and, comedian Lenny Henry does his bid for Britain's sickle cell sufferers (00:00-00:52)
2. The U.S.has warned the govermnent of Bahamas of the risk pf being placed on an international blacklist of countries that are not trying hard enough to control drug trafficking (00:53-03:10)
3. Charle Francis, Ben Johnson's coach on the third day of testimony at the enquiry into drug use by amateur athletes (03:10-05:16)
4. Financial News (05:17-06:56)
5. Britain's Society of Black Lawyers is calling for the resignation of Sir James Miskin, most senior judge in London on racist remarks (06:57-09:28)
6. A report by the National Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders noted that more needs to be done to eliminate racism and discrimination from Britain's criminal justice system (09:29-12:34)
7. A special clinic will soon be open at Kings College, London to deal with Britain's five thousand sicke cell sufferers (12:35-15:00)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/11465
Date: 1989-03-02


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