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The #1 Live online Caribbean Radio Show Station brings you daily/weekly Reggae shows, live interviews with Reggae, Calypso, Samba, gospel, Hip Hop, Dancehall Artist, News, Sports and commentary from around the world. “Island radio” hostess, is taking this world by storm via the Caribbean Radio Show Station Network Listen to our web radio station daily from 24/7 features an eclectic array of Caribbean Island, African ethnic music from Africa ,St Vincent, Grenada, Guyana ,Brazil, Trinidad ,Cuba, Bahamas, Anguilla, Haiti, Barbados, Mexico ,Brazil and Puerto Rico and many others. We introduce listeners to the culture Island food, folk medicine and customs. Listen to Jamaica internet web radio online program - Marcus Garvey teachings, bible, religion discussion, business, online Legal Advice, Free reading Astrology & Feng Shui and live Chat. Listeners can talk to Reggae music Artists. Reggae Top 40, Friday night Reggae after dark Sundays African Vibes, Monday religious discussion, Tuesdays Technology, Wednesday Project give back Jamaica and many more interesting shows. The home of Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Dennis Brown , Shaggy, Shawn Paul , Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller Usain Bolt , and Veronica Campbell 2012 Olympic Champion and Jamaica’s 50 anniversary , best vacation spot in the Caribbean with white sand beaches , Jamaica’s 50th Independence Live coverage . Caribbean Radio Show online at www.caribbeanradioshow.com. Caribbean Radio Show Internet Web Radio Station -Email talk radio online at Caribbeantalkshow@gmail.com call in 661-467-240 read more http://www.zgreetingcards.com http://www.twitter.com/ReggaeRadioShow http://www.facebook.com/caribbeanradioshow

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CREATING A SAFE JAMAICA - Joseph L. Patterson

9/18/2017
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A safe Jamaica is top most on the minds of so many Jamaicans at home and abroad. Just look at a few of the comments made when asked by Mr. Joseph l. Patterson – President and Founder of UIC. How do we go about making Jamaica a safe place to live, work and do business? I would like to suggest we discuss the psycho traumatic symptoms we inherited from the plantation and how it affects us present today in our social, economic and political reality. Addressing and acknowledging this is important...

Duration: 01:31:07


Chat Chat (The locker Room)

9/17/2017
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Talk about Hurricane Irma and how it destroyed the Caribbean Islands,, we will also talk to Mr. Robert Ginyard about him being a living testimony to us. Also, talk about why the white house is getting involved in trying to get Jenelle on the ESPN family fired when ESPN them selves rehired HankWilliams JR... After calling Obama Name etc. Join the GOFUNDME for St.Maarten go to Facebook and say something to us Anderw Dixon Rafel Skeete

Duration: 02:00:28


Saturday Musical Mix With The Love Doctor

9/16/2017
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IMPERFECTION From birth we are bombarded with images, Magazines with the perfect bodies on pages. Flickering screens with thespians so lovely, None wants to be identified as ugly. Society has it's accepted high bars, Slim and trim or sexy and curvy are stars. Too thin or too fat brings you whispers, Women so fast to forget the bond of sisters. Mean comments fly on social media, Soon as that picture goes up of Felicia. Never mind the person who is depicted, Or how this may get them heavily...

Duration: 02:37:45


Ska Now and Then the connections

9/16/2017
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Not only in Jamaica, but all the West Indies, the relationship between music and sports is an unbreakable bond. When the West Indies cricket team was flying high during the 60s and 70s, the calypsonians sang about the success of the team and of the stars of the team. In the islands, every young boy playing in the back yard or on the beach would assume the name of his favorite cricket player. Many players of the national team were more recognised that the heads of government, and yet most...

Duration: 02:01:37


Rebroadcast - Reggae Wednesdayz - HB Dropping the Hits

9/14/2017
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Step in to the studio with reggae pioneer and cultural ambassador Hopeton Brown. Log on to discuss the message behind the music. Music is divine, universal and a tool to empower the youths. Wednesdays - 9 - 12 Midnite EST Dial in (661) 467-2407. The show focuses on the “message behind the music” with a moral obligation to educate the youths.

Duration: 03:11:11


Rebroadcast Reggae Wednesdayz - HB Dropping the Hits

9/14/2017
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Step in to the studio with reggae pioneer and cultural ambassador Hopeton Brown. Log on to discuss the message behind the music. Music is divine, universal and a tool to empower the youths. Wednesdays - 9 - 12 Midnite EST Dial in (661) 467-2407. The show focuses on the “message behind the music” with a moral obligation to educate the youths.

Duration: 03:11:25


MINIMUM WAGE HURTS-PART 2 - Joseph L. Patterson- WEATHER PERMITTING-

9/11/2017
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Our Broadcast this Sunday comes from Daytona Beach Florida and so will Depend on the track of Hurricane IRMA So far, we have heard arguments in favour of the Minimum Wage that are all based on our care for our fellow humans. No one had a rational reason or moral justification for why and how government should dictate the price of a person's time. However, we are all concerned about the obvious low wages, relative to the cost of living, that most Jamaicans are paid. It is also clear that...

Duration: 01:31:35


Live Sports Chat (The Locker Room)

9/10/2017
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Hurricane Irma is an extremely powerful tropical cyclone affecting the Leeward Islands and Puerto Ricond threatening Cuba and the Southeastern United States. It is the strongest Atlantic hurricane since Wilma of 2005 in terms of maximum sust… http://andrewdixonfoundaton.org http://piperdavisbaseball.org

Duration: 02:00:37


Ska Now and Then, all about Irma

9/9/2017
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Ska Now and Then with host Freddie Campbell prepare to ride out hurricane Irma. Wild horses nor Irma can keep Freddie from playing his ska music. So, batten down and brace yourselves, ska music rules.

Duration: 02:01:24


Reggae Wednesdayz - Roots, Rock Reggae with Hopeton Brown

9/7/2017
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Step in to the studio with reggae pioneer and cultural ambassador Hopeton Brown. Log on to discuss the message behind the music. Music is divine, universal and a tool to empower the youths. Wednesdays - 9 - 12 Midnite EST Dial in (661) 467-2407. The show focuses on the “message behind the music” with a moral obligation to educate the youths.

Duration: 03:01:07


Ska 360 with Mr. Castro

9/6/2017
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Alphonso Castro was there at the start of ska. He knows all the artists, walked and talked and broke bread with them. Listen and enjoy.

Duration: 02:03:42


Holiday Lovers Rock Selections

9/5/2017
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Love and Life If time could stand still, I’d freeze it here, So you’d always hold me, close and near. In your arms, where I’m meant to be, Filled with the perfect love you’ve given me. A bond so strong, a hold so tight, To know you’re the one; my ‘Mr. Right’. A blessing sent from up above, In you I’ve found my one true love. Our lives entwined to be as one, Upon this journey we’ve just begun. Where you and I will find no less, Than eternal love and happiness. – By Poet: Kelley Saint –

Duration: 02:43:18


Prostate Cancer is Very Common in Jamauca

9/5/2017
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STORIES abound that eating ackee is bad for prostate health and will increase the risk of developing prostate cancer. However, consultant urologist Dr Robert Wan has dismissed this notion.There is no link, as far as we know," he said in a recent interview.ckee trees can be found across Jamaica and once the fruit turns red and splits open, this is traditionally when they are harvested and the edible portion removed for cooking.But how did stories about a link between ackee and prostate...

Duration: 01:35:02


Contrary to popular belief, the MINIMUM WAGE hurts -Joseph L. Patterson

9/4/2017
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So far, we have heard arguments in favour of the Minimum Wage that are all based on our care for our fellow humans. No one had a rational reason or moral justification for why and how government should dictate the price of a person's time. However, we are all concerned about the obvious low wages, relative to the cost of living, that most Jamaicans are paid. It is also clear that while some big banks and companies are doing very well, most of us are doing poorly financially. Something must...

Duration: 01:31:20


Live Sports Chat (the Locker Room)

9/3/2017
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ll eyes are are on a quality group of starting pitchers: the A's Sonny Gray, the Pirates' Gerrit Cole and the Tigers' Justin Verlander. Earlier reports said Verlander could hit the trade market in the coming weeks. In order for that to happen, Verlander must waive his 10-and-5 rights. The Cubs and Tigers have been engaging in talks, according to reports, but the Cubs seemingly are not willing to take on Verlander's contract. The Cubs and White Sox made for strange bedfellows on July 13,...

Duration: 01:59:58


The Love Doctor Presents A DJEasy Lovers Rock Mix

9/2/2017
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Wet Plans. Another day to face, time to wash off the past, Now awake and memories of yesterday loom. Set that temperature so the water is just right, A cascade of warm wetness to soothe me. The past day a fading memory washed away, Soaked in lather and fresh smelling scents. Plans for the new day formulating in my mind, Eager to venture out into the sunshine now. Her last words on my mind, "See you soon?" "Yes" was my reply, so eager for her hugs. Trying hard to fit her into my hectic...

Duration: 02:39:15


Ska Now and Then All about Harvey

9/2/2017
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Host Freddie Campell had his home burn to the ground. A pile of smouldering rubble. The water from the fire engines did as much dammage as the fire itself. It took two years to rebuild the house while rebuilding a home is still an on-going labor of love. So, Fred has first hand knowledge of what is happening in Texas. The thousands up on thousands of displaced residents have not begun to feel reality as yet. The family of Caribbean Radio Show and CRSRadio will be praying for you all. We...

Duration: 02:01:58


Ska Nation 360

8/30/2017
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Alphonso although not playing a musical instrument, has been around early Jamaican Ska from its inception and no-one knows more about the music or the artists than Alphonso Castro. Just give a listen and learn.

Duration: 02:01:30


NHT SCAMMING THE POOR?Some 20% of our population are squatters -Joseph Patterson

8/28/2017
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NHT SCAMMING THE POOR? Some 20% of our population are squatters living in some 700 informal settlements according to the Ministry of Water and Housing (MWH, 2008). The National Housing Policy Research (2008) revealed that we need to build 15,000 new units annually up to the year 2030 if we are to clear the housing deficit. However, between 1980 and 2012, the average annual production of housing was only about 5,000 in the formal sector (MWH, 2011). The truth is, the government is doing...

Duration: 01:30:29


Ska Now and Then Remembering those that have passed.

8/26/2017
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There was a time when all you heard about were weddings and births, now it seems every week there is news of someone passing. The latest is Horace Forbes, a well known Jamaican crooner. From Ska to Reggae to Dancehall, through it all, Horace would hold fast to the ballads and standards of foreign composers. But he was more that a singer. He produced shows to expose other risin talent and always had a hand in something to do with music. Horace was due to receive the Jamaican Music...

Duration: 02:01:44

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