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59 minutes | 2 days ago
Nigel is a Physics graduate and for 15 years has been MD of an Environmental Engineering Consultancy working for clients in the construction sector: developers, contractors, local authorities and planners; advising on various environmental aspects of land development: contaminated land, geotechnical design, air quality and noise. He has worked on high profile UK infrastructure projects such as HS2 High-Speed Rail, Crossrail underground in London, Heathrow Airport and Hinkley Point Nuclear Power Station. See the full episode on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxEJCaxEKcM
102 minutes | 2 days ago
2020 blast off with YANGA, released February 7 on the Natty Congo Records label, the first independent Reggae label in Mexico. Then March 6, Evidence Records a Swiss-based label released THE BEGINNING. 2021 will see Oku Onuora blasting away in his indelible style, dubwize and otherwise; blazing trails, setting the pace Dubpoetrywize and otherwise… Music Video YANGA https://youtu.be/LjHfRG5PPGk See full episode on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQRNX33AAJw
70 minutes | a month ago
Deborah Walrond is a daughter, a sister and a mother of two children. A teacher by profession for 11 years and counting, Deborah holds a B.Sc. Management with a Psychology degree and a Diploma in Education (Primary). She has a love for baking, cooking, reading, writing, the beach and appreciates all types of exercise. Deborah loves interacting with people, with a particular passion for children. With God at the forefront of her life, anything that follows is well done.” #school https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XunvmnrhIg
49 minutes | a month ago
Kaina Martinez is the eldest of Georgia Alvarez’s three living children, and loving sister to several other siblings. She grew up in Seine Bight- a Garifuna village in Southern Belize. Despite many obstacles in her path she thrives. Giving up isn’t an option to not become. Apart from being known as an athlete who represents Belize in numerous sports but more so track and field, Kaina considers herself an advocate for changes and therefore live her life in such manner. She is the founder of Kaina Martinez Track and Field Games. A grass-roots program she uses to help children 4yrs to 14yrs express themselves through sports and she also uses as a catalyst to help children to recognize and realize their potential, be it in sport or other dreams they hold. She also voluntarily serves several organizations, that works with addiction, domestic violence, impaired driving just to mention a few of the social causes volunteers. Kaina also serves Belize in the military force, as a member of the Belize Coast Guard. aina is the female Belizean Olympian whom for the first time in Belize’s history to make it to another round in the Olympic games. Kaina is also the first Belizean athlete to receive a full athletic scholarship at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. Where she earned several accolades on the track and in the classroom. She graduated with the distinction of Suma cum Laude and is the holder of two Bachelors of Art Degrees -Sociology and Speech Communication. In 2019, Kaina also earned her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling on the same athletic scholarship she received added with an Academic scholarship.
20 minutes | 3 months ago
Pelle Hybbinette – filmmaker, Photographer
Pelle Hybbinette is a Swedish Filmmaker who lived on and off Barbados for the last 9 years. He is a self-taught Photographer and Filmmaker with several award-winning short and documentaries Nämndemansgården, Blentarp. Medicinavdelningen, terapeutiska samtal Stödboendeenheten, Lunds Kommun, kontaktperson med socialsekreterare, MI samtal · PEAK, Burlövs Kommun, Arbetscoach, stödsamtal · Fontänhuset, Malmö, stödperson, MI samtal · Stabbarpsgården, HVB hem · Personlig assitent, främst på långresor utomlands · Biståndsprojekt i egen regi, för handikappade i Nicaragua The full episode is available on our YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/c/reggaenostalgia-therealstuffpodcast
25 minutes | 4 months ago
Reggae Artist Asante Amen part 2 episode on his musical Journey
In Asante Amen part 2 series we talked about his catalogue of music and the bond he has with other Artistes and the many countries that he has travelled. Some of Asante’s projects that he worked on with Reggae Artists in Jamaica and Europe he considers them to be fruitful works that certainly will be remembered for generations and generations to come. The full episode is available on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQXmyi6qOu8
31 minutes | 4 months ago
Nehanda Helmker talks about Money_Banks_Banking
Nehanda Helmker is a skilled motivational life coach skilled in family/relationship building and financial competence. She advocates for people of all walks of life to live their dreams through careful listening and patience accompaniment through their lives’ discovery process. As a customer service team lead at The Office Gurus, she used her skills to motivate her team to be the top sales performers by spending one on one time with each individual sales representative to help in their self-development. The full episode is available on our YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3-Mp5X-uvU
83 minutes | 5 months ago
Cynthia Ellis-Topsey is a community advocate who works to promote sustainable development by building on the achievements of previous generations for future generations. Much of Ms.Ellis-Topsey’s professional experience centred around placing women and families at the centre of sustainable development. She began her career working in Kingston, Jamaica, where she trained in project management and development with the United States Agency for International Development and served in the Office of the Prime Minister as an advisor on women’s issues and women in development. Ms Ellis-Topsey went on to join the United Nations as a representative of Belize where she worked to develop the first Five-Year National Development Plan for Belize. In the nineties, Miss Ellis-Topsey served as a Deputy Programme Manager for Women, Youth, and Community Development with the Caribbean Community in Guyana, and later, in 2005, she continued her work with CARICOM as a consultant at the Regional Forum on Youth, Crime, and Violence. She furthered her international engagement as the Board Director for Outreach for Latin America and the Caribbean at the Western New York Peace Center in Buffalo. From 2010 until 2019, Ms Ellis-Topsey remained involved with the United Nations as a facilitator at the annual Commission on the Status of Women in New York. In addition to her international accomplishments, Cynthia Ellis-Topsey has also done extensive work within Belize, particularly as an activist for both women and the Garifuna indigenous community. In 1985 she was a founder, and subsequently a director, of the Belize Rural Women’s Association, which focused on the economic empowerment of women in Belize to promote sustainable development. In 2018, she served as a consultant for the Belize Women’s Department in the Ministry of Human Development providing leadership and mentoring workshops to women throughout Belize. She also advocated for the Garifuna community as a consultant at the Central American Garifuna Strategic Planning Workshop on Agricultural Development. Most recently, Cynthia Ellis-Topsey’s activism has led her to her current position as a consultant on the Alternative to Violence Collaborative Project, a partnership between multiple universities and organizations, which seeks to provide conflict training and find solutions to violence in Belize. She has also remained involved with the El Pilar Four Pillars Project with Dr Anabel Ford to study cultural preservation and support conservation of the El Pilar Archeological Preserve through utilizing traditional Mayan conservation methods. Miss Ellis-Topsey is also currently working on a memoir recounting her life’s accomplishments and the personal adversity she faced to get there. She hopes that this memoir will serve as an example and an inspiration for future indigenous women leader.
61 minutes | 5 months ago
Mrs Berthia Parle
Mrs Berthia Parle Mrs Berthia Parle, is considered Saint Lucia’s first lady of tourism, she is the General Manager of the Bay Gardens Beach Resort & Spa. In 2012 Berthia was appointed by the Governor General to serve as an independent Senator, and elected by her peers to serve as Deputy President of the Senate. Senator Parle has been an esteemed member of the tourism industry for more than 30 years, and among her many achievements, was her election as the first female president of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA). Berthia Parle is an admired tourism guru, a trend setter and fashionista. She has judged several local and regional pageants including Miss World local, Miss Universe, Miss Carnival Queen Show over the last 25 years. Mrs. Parle is the recipient of several awards- namely First inductee into the tourism Hall of Fame. – SLHTA Crystal Award – 1998 – An Honorary degree – the Associates of Science Degree of Hotel & Restaurant Management from the Jamaica Western Hospitality Institute in May 2002. – Twice selected Among “The Most Powerful Women in Travel” – Awarded by Travel Agent Magazine (August 2002 and August 2003) Several other awards of Appreciation around the Caribbean region where she has given voluntarily and generously of her time and expertise out of love for her profession, and for the hospitality and tourism industry. – Caribbean Hotelier of the Year 2002/2003. – Her tenure as President of the Caribbean Hotel Association ended in June 2006 – Business Executive of Year – April 2006 – Award for Continued Commitment to Sustainable Tourism Development in the Caribbean – Awarded by the Caribbean Media Exchange on Sustainable Tourism (CMex) October 2006. – Appointment as Honorary Consul for Finland in 2010 – Appointed Senator & Deputy President of the Senate– December 29th, 2011 She is committed to the sustainable tourism development of the region and has participated as a key note speaker in several regional and international conferences.
112 minutes | 9 months ago
David Comissiong- Barbados Ambassador to Caribbean Community (CARICOM)
92 minutes | 7 months ago
HAIR Terrorism by Pam Hall
76 minutes | 7 months ago
Grupo CANELA De CUBA
Grupo Canela De Cuba is an All Females Band of some of the most talented musicians from our Caribbean neighbour Cuba. My co-host Flavius had the pleasure of meeting and seeing their magnificent shows upclose. The band leader Ms Zoe Fuentes and her daugther Melodie Spartacus took time to do our famous "Chat Session" on The Real Stuff Podcast on Friday July 31st, 2020. The Band as been to Asia, Europe, North America, Africa and throughout the Caribbean. Listen to their story on our podcast.
66 minutes | 7 months ago
Mr Russ Fielden
Mr. Russ Fielden , originally form the UK and Magdalena Fielden, from Mexico, worked together in the Yacht Chartering and Hospitality industries for almost 20 years in Mexico, the South Pacific and Caribbean. Along with their two daughters, Marie and Renatta, they moved to Grenada and purchased the hotel in 1998. excerpt taken from In a publication magazine True Blue Bay Resort’s co-owner, said, “It is my belief that here in the Caribbean if we are to maintain our tourism sector we must provide destinations that offer net carbon zero accommodation to offset the carbon used in flying to the islands…I believe it is quite possible.” True Blue Bay Resort is also dedicated to reaching into the island’s communities in a hands-on way by spearheading campaigns like the recent Green Up Grenada Coastal Cleanup Project.
110 minutes | 9 months ago
Marva Bernard, OD
Marva Bernard, OD has served over 40 years in netball administration. She has been an integral part of Jamaica Netball Association/Netball Jamaica a total of 22 years and retired from Netball Jamaica in November 2015 after serving the constitutionally-approved ten years. In August 2018 she was elected President of the Americas Federation of Netball Association.
1 minutes | a year ago
Trailer-The Real Stuff Podcast
26 minutes | a year ago
The Real Stuff Ep.1 Dr. Alvin Curling Speech
This first Podcast is a speech made June 23rd, 2019 at the 11th Annual International Charlestown Maroon Conference & Festival. Dr Alvin Curling was the Keynote speaker.
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