Caribbean Report 16-04-1996



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:36)
2. The Barbados Prime Minister says that Caricom is not yet ready for a bigger trading bloc. Prime Minister Owen Arthur, Mexican Ambassador to Port of Spain Isabel de Ortega and Jamaica's High Commissioner to Port of Spain Cherrie Orr are interviewed. Tony Fraser reports (00:37-04:08)
3. The Turks and Caicos Islands restate their demands that Governor Martin Bourke must go. Former Chief Minister Norman Saunders is interviewed (04:09-08:24)
4. Secondary school students in Montserrat sitting exams in May and June this year have been on a long journey preparing for their subjects. James White, Jr reports (08:25-09:58)
5. Caribbean educators examine the challenges for a regional information highway. Education Minister for St. Lucia Louis George is interviewed (09:59-11:55)
6. Three youths pleaded not guilty today for the murder of school boy Stephen Lawrence. Warren Gordon reports (11:56-13:21)
7. Saudi dissident Mohammad Al-Massari has told the British government that he could play a key role in bringing democracy to Saudi Arabia. Ken Richards reports (13:22-15:29)