Caribbean Report 18-07-1997



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:27)
2. Today marks two years since Montserrat has been living with an active volcano. James White, Jr reports (00:28-02:30)
3. The Chief Minister of Montserrat Bertrand Osborne believes that July 18th 1995 is forever etched on the minds of Montserratians and Governor Frank Savage talks about the impact the last two years have had on him. Chief Minister Bertrand Osborne and Governor Frank Savage are interviewed (02:31-04:03)
4. Debbie Ransome takes a look at the changes, political and economic on the lives of Montserratians (04:04-06:36)
5. That faithful day which brought home the deadly power of the Soufrière Hills volcano came less that a month before the second anniversary of its reactivation. Keith Stone Greaves looks back. (06:37-12:33)
6. BBC Malcolm Brabant visited Montserrat after the June 25th eruption to find out how the people there were dealing with the crisis. Previous Chief Minister, Reuben Meade and several Montserratians are interviewed (12:34-14:30)
7. Keith 'Stone' Greaves predicts a comeback for the Emerald Isle (14:31-15:21)