Caribbean Report 10-06-1991



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-01:02)
2. After more than two decades, the English cricket team achieved their first home test win against the West Indies. Tony Lewis interviews England’s captain, Graham Gooch, on the victory of his team. West Indies manager Lance Gibbs applauds the English bowling and batting performance and admits that the West Indies needs to focus on their batting performance (01:03-03:59)
3. Guyana’s reconstituted Elections Commission was launched today and Sharief Khan reports that the newly appointed Commissioner, Rudy Collins, pledges to ensure that processes are in place for free and fair elections (04:00-05:43)
4. During a meeting with Jamaica’s Prime Minister, Michael Manley, the opposition leader in Britain, Neil Kinnock, says that a Labour government will promote improved financial and trade relations with the Caribbean. Hugh Crosskill interviews Mr. Manley’s personal assistant, Hartley Neita, on the prime minister’s current tour of Japan, China and London, and his upcoming meeting with John Major, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (05:44-14:50)