Caribbean Report 10-03-1989

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Caribbean Report 10-03-1989

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Title: Caribbean Report 10-03-1989
Author: Crosskill, Hugh (anchor); Tomlinson, Alan (correspondent); Bird, Lester (interviewee); Powell, Christopher (correspondent); Horn, Mike (interviewee); Bennish, Peter (correspondent); Brown, Maria Salandy (correspondent)
Description:
1. Headlines (00:00-00:32)
2. Some eight million plastic noses have been sold and the money raised will go to a charity callled "Comic Relief" (00:33-01:20)
3. The victorious Antigua Labour Praty has joined with its opposition in criticising the conduct of elections (01:21-04:02)
4. The United Nations Human Rights Commission has voted to continue the scrutiny of the human right situation in Cuba (04:03-05:45)
5. Financial News (05:46-07:10)
6. In the bid for the charity "Comic Relief", a group of students from King's College, London sell samples of what they say is the world's biggest cocktail (07:11-09:00)
7. Ben Jones' coach, Charlie Francis wraps up his testimony at the Canadian enquiry into drug use in amateur sports (09:01-11:00)
8. Headlines in the British press over the past week that are of interest to the Caribbean: Jamaican born headmaster of the Loughborough school in London; a middle class black population in Britain; PM Thatcher dismisses suggestions against MP Terry Dicks (11:01-14:50)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/11480
Date: 1989-03-10


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