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Thu, 26 Apr 2012 15:00:40 -0400

Teej welcomes Chavar Rolle and Royston Jones onto Coffee Break this morning at the Guardian Radio 96.9FM studios.

After the ladies had their say yesterday, the gents sound in to shed some light on a professional Bahamian man’s perspective of the typical Bahamian female.

Wed, 25 Apr 2012 15:44:32 -0400

Considering crime, is The Bahamas still the place where “GOD lives” or has sin severed that relationship?

The Things That Matter host, Kirk Johnson engages Pastor Jermaine Jones in a candid conversation about the relationship between GOD and the people of The Bahamas.

Has The Bahamas lost its way spiritually? Is crime a social or spiritual phenomenon? How do we heal our relationships in the family and throughout our community? How do we restore our relationship with GOD? Should voters consider a candidate’s spirituality to weight his or her electability? Hear the questions. Learn the answers. Call (242) 323-6232 or 323-8160. Text 466-4751 or BBM 238C81C6

Wed, 25 Apr 2012 14:36:26 -0400

Jenna Pratt, Sirneka Fraser and Inderia Saunders join Teej on Coffee Break at Guardian Radio 96.9FM studio for a very special topic; Their perceptions on dating the Bahamian male.

Wed, 25 Apr 2012 13:06:31 -0400

Dwight Strachan looks into what are the issues that voters really care about in the upcoming election?

Special guest today in Guardian Radio 96.9FM studio is the DNA’s Golden Isles Candidate, Farrell Goff.

Wed, 25 Apr 2012 11:57:55 -0400

NAGB Chief Curator John Cox welcomes Pam Burnside to Blank Canvas on Guardian Radio 96.9FM.

Together with NAGB Curatorial Assistant, Ashley Knowles they discuss the ‘Creative Community,’ Junkanoo’s place in the modern artistic community.
Junkanoo’s community based ideas and origins as well as the ongoing designation of Nassau as a city of folk art and craft by UNESCO