We begin our 5 part series “The Bold Ones”, featuring the candidates who will challenge the two longest serving Members of Parliament – FNM Leader & North Abaco MP, Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham, and PLP Leader & Centreville MP, Former Prime Minister Perry Christie.
In Part 1, we talk with Bahamas Constituency Party Leader Ali McIntosh, who had been set to challenge Mr. Ingraham in North Abaco, before a last minute decision to nominate for Englerston last week.
Tomorrow tune in for Part 2 of “The Bold Ones”. We’ll talk with DNA Candidate for Centreville, Celi Moss.
Today on Guardian Radio 96.9 FM Kirk Johnson sits with Superintendent Stephen Dean to talk about the things that matter in safety and security. Also on the show is Inspector Chrislyn Skippings
On the table today for discussion:
Crime has it become an epidemic? Does the police withhold some crime information? What means of personal protection are legal?…cudgel, mace, club, martial arts? What is conflict resolution and how do I use it in everyday life? Last but not least, what is the police action plan for the 2012 General Elections?
Today on Your Morning Blend:
We wrap up “Chairman Week” with FNM Chairman Carl Bethel (Monday we had DNA Chairman Mark Humes & Wednesday PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts).
As Earth Day is Sunday (April 22), we discuss Earth Day in The Bahamas and environmental issues with COB Assistant Professor of Chemistry Dr. Dion Hepburn.
Dr. Nicolette Bethel drops by and discusses with us her “Voters Manifesto.”
Alex Morley stopped in for a chat with Teej Grant on Coffee Break at Guardian Radio 96.9FM.
Teej and Morley spoke of his decision to be a candidate in the constituency of Englerston, Hatian-Bahamian solidarity and also marijuana laws in The Bahamas.
Kirk Johnson talks about exciting upcoming event for students. He interviews College Explosion 2012 committee about their event in May.