Bahamian Gospel Artist Landlord brings a new show to @guardianradio96; “Caribbean & Urban American Gospel Hits” is a blend of talk and music. Each week Landlord teams up with U.S. Gospel Radio Personality, Mike D, to interview some of the biggest American, Bahamian and Caribbean Gospel Artists, and to showcase the newest and hottest Gospel Hits. The premiere show will feature Landlord & Mike D interviewing the legendary Shirley Caesar, regarded as the “First Lady of Gospel Music”.
“Caribbean & Urban American Gospel Hits” premieres Sunday, September 6, at 2:30pm.

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Bahamas Chamber of Commerce & Employers Confederation Executive Director, Edison Sumner (pictured, 2nd from left), and the Chamber’s Chair of the Labour & Employment Division, Peter Goudie (2nd from right), discuss labour issues in the country, including the new national minimum wage, and some of the reported challenges and conflicts so far.
We also discuss the impact of a recent court ruling about expired industrial agreements, as well as the Chamber’s view that arbitration or mediation is the answer to the impasse with the stalled Baha Mar project.

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Ministry of Works officials discuss the drainage system in New Providence, and the concerns about potential flooding as a result of Tropical Storm Erika. Engineers Dexter Williams and Bradley King talk about the challenges maintaining the drains on the island, and what residents can do to help.
We also get the latest projected track for Erika from Arnold King with the Department of Meteorology.
Caroline Turnquest with the Bahamas Red Cross discusses the organization’s needs at this point ahead of the storm, and what may be needed afterward. She’s also encouraging residents to install the Bahamas Red Cross Hazards app for Android and Apple devices. To make donations or to volunteer with the Bahamas Red Cross, call 323-7370.

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Meteorologist, Historian and Author Wayne Neely gives us the latest on TS Erika. We also get an historical perspective on the impact of tropical storms here in The Bahamas.
Neely says Erika could bring as much as 8 inches of rain to the Bahamas, and that there could be serious flooding on top of already saturated conditions.

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