Caribbean Report 02-07-1998

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Title: Caribbean Report 02-07-1998
Author: Greaves, Keith 'Stone' anchor; Mandela, Nelson (interviewee); Ninvalle, Pete (correspondent); Mitchell, James (interviewee); James, Edison (interviewee); Fraser, Tony (correspondent); Gordon, Warren (correspondent); Ransome, Debbie (corespondent); Smith, Colin (correspondent)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:30)
2. BBC Caribbean reporter Debbie Ransome is in Castries, St. Lucia where Guyana, trade and bananas are the CARICOM issues of the day. Also, Nelson Mandela flies into St. Lucia. President Nelson Mandela, Sir James Mitchell and Prime Minister Edison James are interviewed. Pete Ninvalle and Colin Smith report (00:31-09:00)
3. Trinidadian lawyers wrangle over a constitutional motion for convicted killer Darren Thomas. Attorneys for killer Darren Thomas spent the day wrangling over technicalities in the Constitutional Court. Tony Fraser reports (09:01-10:35)
4. Last year six hundred million people took holidays throughout the world and for many the Caribbean was their destination. The effect of those numbers have had an impact not just on the economies of the countries visited but also the environment. Publisher of Guide Books Tony Wheeler is interviewed and Warren Gordon reports (10:36-12:39)
5. The following questions are put to Debbie Ransome at the CARICOM Summit in St. Lucia. How important are these trade issues, President Mandela's meeting with CARICOM leaders, direct air link with South Africa and the Caribbean, the issues of the European Community and the ACP, Prime Minister Keith Mitchell's invitation to President Castro to visit Grenada. Debbie Ransome is interviewed (12:40-15:30)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/47191
Date: 1998-07-02


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