Caribbean Report 05-01-1989

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Caribbean Report 05-01-1989

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Title: Caribbean Report 05-01-1989
Author: Crosskill, Hugh (anchor); McGreal, Chris (correspondent); Saunders, Peter (interviewee); Pack, Chris (analyst); Benz, Moses (interviewee); Doyle, Mark (correspondent); Sharpe, Graham (interviewee); Bruno, Frank (interviewee)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:34)
2. Correspondent, Chris McGreal comments on Cuba's relationship with the English-speaking Caribbean (00:34-04:00)
3. Interview with Peter Saunders, Chief Executive at the Commission for Racial Equality in Britain on the impact of dwindling budgets and increase in complainants at the Commission (04:01-06:54)
4. Financial News. Analyst, Chris Pack noted that sugar producers should be in for a good year in 1989 (06:55-08:31)
5. Interview with Moses Benz, Martiniquan who went in search of his African identity and found no roots (08:32-11:30)
6. Comments from British boxer, Frank Bruno who is in in New York on his upcoming fight with Mike Tyson. Interview with Graham Sharpe from the British bookmaker, William Hill on bettings for the fight (11:31-13:08)
7. Yorkshire County Cricket Club voted against Vivian Richards to join the playing team (13:09-14:55)
As Cubans celebrate 30 years of Castro’s rule, an assessment was made as to what extent Cuba's relationship with the English-speaking Caribbean has improved. Correspondent, Chris McGreal noted that Cuba is trying to establish diplomatic relations where possible and to persuade the leaders in the region that he is not a threat and is willing to work with them. In Britain, Peter Saunders, Chief Executive at the Commission for Racial Equality commented that dwindling budgets and increases in complainants are affecting the work at the Commission. A commodity analyst predicts that sugar producers in the Caribbean should be in for a good year in 1989. In the search for his African identity, Moses Benz, a Martiniquan was found disappointed and in an asylum in Dacca. In sports, British boxer, Frank Bruno comments on his upcoming fight against Mike Tyson and the Yorkshire County Cricket Club voted against Vivian Richards to join the playing team.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/12124
Date: 1989-01-05


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