Bishop Drexel Gomez speaks about the need for a code of ethics in politics and electoral reform.
Also, we talk with some of the cast members of the new play “Judgement in Paradise”. Erin Knowles and Gequahan Colebrooke tell us about the production slated for May 25 & 25 at the Performing Arts Centre at the College of The Bahamas.
Tomorrow on MORNING BLEND:
Analysis of the Speech from the Throne.
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Talk Your Business Tuesdays
The Things That Matter host, Kirk Johnson sits down with successful businessman and investor Christoper Mortimer to talk about business development, the economy and the country? Also Deputy Leader of the DNA, Mr. Mortimer is the CEO of Galleria Cinemas, a principle in Bennigans Grill and Tavern and coowner of the Brissmor Watch Company based in Beverly Hills, California.
Their engaging discussion addressed several questions: How to make wise investments? How to make a good business great? How to “break into” the international music and film industry? Is the Bahamian economy in trouble? What financial advice does he offer the new Minister of Finance? What are his recommendations for positive social change in the country?
“If it Matters to You, it’s a Thing That Matters.”
Jenna Pratt, Inderia Saunders and Scieska Adderley join Teej on in Guardian Radio 96.9 FM studios for today’s Coffee Break to speak about women’s empowerment in The Bahamas.
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Christina Thompson, better known as “Chrissy Love”, tells all about her departure from the Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas.
And we talk with Guardian Business Editor Jeffrey Todd about BPC’s hiring of a drilling service manager to spearhead its exploratory well in Bahamian waters.
Tomorrow on Your Morning Blend:
Bishop Drexel Gomez speaks about the need for a code of ethics in politics and election reform.
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Music is My Life!
Monday’s are about Music, the Arts & Entertainment on The Things That Matter radio talk show. Is “Bahamian” music still relevant to the Bahamian identity? Do Bahamian recording artists, poets and artisans have the respect of the community and country?
The Things That Matter host, Kirk Johnson sits down with his special guests, popular recording artists Lavard Parks aka Manifest and Dillon Mckenzie aka DMac along with writer and poet Alesha Hart to talk about issues that affect the cultural community and the country and about a new movement called “Bahamian Soul” on Guardian Radio 96.9FM.