As protests in the US continue against the killing of unarmed civilian George Floyd by police, Over the Hump explores some aspects of race relations in T&T and the nature of anti-black prejudice here.
Covid-19 has changed the world of work and the way forward needs to be properly considered as we move forward.
Strategies for coping, reaching out to your community and being kind to yourself and others are just some ways to deal with the mental fallout of being in virtual lockdown. It ain’t easy, and some days are surely better than others. Listen to this programme Dealing with Mental Health in the time of Corona On […]
There is an encouraging vibe of positivity among the Caribbean sporting fraternity even though many athletes, coaches and administrators are disappointed by the postponement or cancellation of major events like the 2020 Olympic Games. Listen to this episode of Over the Hump How will Caribbean athletes and sports organisations fare in the wake of the […]
LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE What would T&T Carnival look like in the post-Covid era? Even without an official announcement, it appears that Trinidadians and Tobagonians are accepting that part of the immediate post-Covid future will be no Carnival celebration in February 2021. On this week’s edition of Over The Hump, the discussions centred around the […]
Many people are starting kitchen gardens during this time of virtual lockdown and Rambharat said, “I’ve been telling people, why don’t you grow your own pharmacy?”
Over the Hump will look at areas like food, sport, tourism, culture and wellness. Broadcast every Thursday from 4pm to 6pm.
On the last edition of this season of Just Music this evening, our special guest is a real musical legend – the one and only DJ Jazzy Jeff!
Festival Radio will provide an alternative approach to Carnival coverage, packed with interviews and lively discussions from February 17 to 26.
TriniGoodMedia is on Mixlr In the middle of the laborious task of planning the schedule for ten days of 12-hour long live broadcasts, TGM co-founder Ardene Sirjoo suddenly stopped and said, “Wow, “Could you imagine how good intimate performances from people like Ophelia Maria from Dominica, Renette Desir from Haiti, and our local artistes […]