It’s talk your business Tuesdays on The Things That Matter radio talk show. Host Kirk Johnson sits down with his special guest Corporate Trainer and Motivational Speaker Spence Finlayson to discuss how to achieve employee “buy in,” how to sustain a business through the tough times and proven strategies to make the customer “king.”
Do You Know Who You Are?
Mondays are about music, the arts and entertainment. Cultural icons Eddie Dames, Assistant Director in the Department of Culture and Arlene Nash Ferguson, Director of Educulture Bahamas sit down with The Things That Matter host Kirk Johnson to talk about our cultural and national identity on Guardian Radio 96.9FM.
Do Bahamians really know who they are? What is the “Bahamian story” that is, from whence have we come? What is Bahamian culture? Is it dying? should there be a Ministry of Culture? Should protecting our cultural identity be a matter of “cultural security?”
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Jasper Haewood, Apryl Moss and Stephen Hanna, a talented group of up and coming media personalities join The Things That Matter host Kirk Johnson to talk about their new youth-focused radio shows on Guardian Radio 96.9FM and their candid recommendations for the new government administration.
The FNM – Who Are They?
On The Things That Matter, host Kirk Johnson sits down with FNM candidates Heather Hunt (Marathon) and Henry Bostwick (Bains & Grants Town) to get to know them beyond their political lives.
Who are they personally? Do they favour performance over personality? Should they win, what are their plans for their constituency? What is their record of community work? What makes them the best choice? Their vision for The Bahamas and their thoughts on national issues.
Ask the questions….Learn the answers.
We continue our series analyzing the major political parties’ plans and platforms.
In Part Two, PLP Garden Hills Candidate Dr. Kendal Major talks about the PLP’s “A Charter for Governance”.
Also, Professors Nicolette Bethel and Stephen Aranha explain why they believe the Bahamian people need to be ‘demanding debates’ from our politicians.