Caribbean Report 02-01-1996



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:28)
2. Trinidadian Prime Minister Basdeo Panday has no plans to revive the Manning initiative. Presently he is in London's Cromwell hospital to remove a build up of cholesterol plaque from a blood vesset to his heart. Prime Minister Basdeo Panday and Dr. Stephen Jenkins are interviewed (00:29-04:57)
3. Bristol residents are mourning the lost of a Jamaican born community leader, Evan Berry. Bristol residents are interviewed (04:58-08:20)
4. Guyana's President Dr Chedi Jagan has threatened to get tough with gold smugglers. Warren Gordon reports (08:21-09:13)
5. Pornography on the Internet and an attempt made to restrict such material. How would the Caribbean be affected? Lawyer Paul Sampson and Senator Maxing Henry Wilson are interviewed. Carol Orr reports (09:14-13:34)
6. Officials in Haiti are awaiting the return of Emmanuel Constant who is being deproted from the United States (13:35-14:20)
7. A Jamaican former Director of Public Prosecutions, Huntley Munroe died in hospital on Monday. He was eighty-four years (14:21-15:12)