Caribbean Report 24-04-2001

Table of Contents
1. Headlines (00:00-00:27)
2. Expectations that today's political unrest in Guyana will be eased through high level peace talks. Leader of the United Force and Parliamentarian Manzoor Nadir and Commissioner of Police Laurie Lewis are interviewed. Colin Smith reports (00:28-02:48)
3. Debates on all the possible relocation of the OECS Secretariat. Former Chief Minister of Montserrat David Brandt is interviewed (02:49-05:31)
4. British Airways is taking another look at its service to the Caribbean. Director of Tourism Hilary Modeste is interviewed and Pete Ninvalle reports (05:32-07:51)
5. Leader of the St. Vincent's Opposition People's Progressive Movement has objected to a recruitment drive across the Caribbean to attract teachers to New York. Leader of the People's Progressive Movement Ken Boyea and Lorna Callender of the OECS Education Reform Unit are interviewed. Karen Weir reports (07:52-10:46)
6. British diplomat Tony Longrigg who was until recently posted in Moscow is the new governor designate of Montserrat. Tony Longrigg is interviewed (10:47-13:39)
7. Cruise liner which is registered in the Caribbean could become one of the most expensive investments aimed for the very rich. Emma Joseph reports (13:40-15:43)