Caribbean Report 19-07-1996



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:31)
2. The discovery of another sex call operation rooted for the Caribbean raises questions. Marketing Manager of Cables and Wireless, BVI, Hugh Johnson and Anthony Smith, Independent Committee for the Supervision of Standards for Telephone Information Services, BVI Chief Minister Ralph T. O'Neal are interviewed and Carol Orr reports (00:32-07:11)
3. The CBU prepares to sue Channel 7 in Belize to prevent them televising the Olympic Games. Tony Fraser reports (07:12-08:59)
4. It is only a matter of hours before the 100th Olympic Games get underway in Atlanta. Although the US is expected to do well Caribbean athletes might outdo their athletes in track and field events because of scholarships given to foreign athletes ironically by the United States itself. Athletes Ato Boldon and George Williams are interviewed and Leslie Goffe reports (09:00-11:52)
5. George Odlum joins the St. Lucia Labour Party as the Opposition unites ahead of general elections. Pete Ninvalle reports (11:53-13:42)
6. Guyana says it is no longer a member of the Caribbean Disaster Relief Agency (CDERA) and has not been since the start of the year. Head of the Presidential Secretariat Dr. Roger Luncheon is interviewed and Colin Smith reports (13:43-15:18)