Caribbean Report 18-11-1997



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:32)
2. Barbados prepares to host the next meeting of the ACP as the grouping find-tunes its bargaining position with Europe. Prime Minister of Barbados Owen Arthur is interivewed (00:33-02:29)
3. Germany's Deputy Foreign Minister Helmut Schafer is also seeking to urge Cuba to move toward improved diplomatic links. Deputy Foreign Minister Helmut Schafer is interviewed and Rosie Hayes reports (02:30-04:16)
4. The parliamentary committee looking into Britain's handling of the crisis on Montserrat has finalised its report which will be presented to the British Parliament by the middle of next week (04:17-04:58)
5. The nuclear fuel shipment debate begins once more in the Caribbean. Tom Clement, Greenpeace Nuclear Campaigner, Arthur Roberts of British Nuclear Fields Ltd and Willard Pinnock, Lecturer, UWI, Mona are interviewed and Bertrand Niles reports (04:59-11:48)
6. Why England would not be on Jamaica's visiting list for World Cup friendlies. FA spokesman, Steve Double and Horace Burrell, President of the Jamaica Football Federation are interviewed. Moya Thomas reports (11:49-15:28)