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…

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…

ABOVE: Costumes from Frolic Nation’s 2019 Notting Hill Carnival band, Full Bloom. Photo courtesy Frolic Nation When Claudia Jones and the Caribbean immigrants started a parade fashioned after Trinidad and Tobago’s Carnival in the mid-1960s,…

Above: UK chef, author and Goatober pioneer James Whetlor. PHOTO: With Love Project When people think of eating goat in Trinidad and Tobago, the first and probably the only thing that comes to mind is…

Trini Good Media presents Conversation Day TT 2019 on Mixlr Trinis like to talk eh? We’re good at picong, old talk and lacaray but are we any good at actual conversations? These days, conversations are…

ABOVE: David Prendergast, right, chats with Franka at the Jamaican High Commission in St Clair, Port of Spain. David Prendergast is a Jamaican who loves parang and pastelles. He developed a penchant for these uniquely…