ESC On Migrant Registration/ Ghanaian President’s Visit

Last week, the Government announced plans to implement a migrant registration process for nationals of the African continent, similar to what is being done for Venezuelans. Stories of migrants locked up at the Immigration Detention Centre, separated from their families have made it into the public's domain for several years. The Emancipation Support Committee has been at the forefront calling for the proper policy to be put in place to deal with such cases. What does the ESC think about the Government's idea? On set is Khafra Kambon- Chairman, Emancipation Support Committee.

Master Of Business Intelligence Programme

The University of the West Indies -Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business is now looking for applicants for their Master of Business Intelligence and Data Analytics programme. The programme is designed for statisticians, computer science, management and business professionals, from diverse backgrounds, who want to sophisticate business processes and/or become competent and multi-faceted data scientists and business analysts. To tell us more of what students can look forward to, we are joined by

Professor Gour C. Saha- Professor and Director of the Centre for Business Analytics and Intelligence at the UWI-Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business.

Glow Fest 2019

It's a Gospel music event many look forward to and this year, international recording group Hillsong will be visiting our shores. Glow Fest is on June 20th at Shaw Park Cultural Complex Tobago , VIP $500 and General $250. On set to tell us more are Nikkel Collymore- Glow Entertainment Director; Tyronne 'Blessed Messenger' Walters- Gospel Artiste and Marc Isaacs- Gospel Artiste.

Seasons: Music Rising

The work of the National Philharmonic Orchestra continues with another edition of Seasons: Music Rising. It begins on from June 18th at the National Library, Port of Spain. We are joined by Dr Roger J Henry - Music Director NPO.

T&TEC: Gov't Owes Us $600m

With Labour Day fast approaching, the Oilfield Workers Trade Union wants the Government to settle its 600-million-dollar debt to T&TEC. The Union says for the past decade, the State-Owned Company has been operating at a loss and does not want it to suffer the same fate as Petrotrin. Peter Burke, Vice President of the OWTU's T&TEC branch joins us on set.

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