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Tributes to Dr Ken Baugh Part 2

Feature | September 19, 2019
Former Deputy Prime Minister, Dr Kenneth Lee O’Neil Baugh was more than your average man. He meant so much to so many. To some he was their doctor, to others he was a true friend and role model. In matters concerning the country, fellow parliamentarian, Horace Dalley says Ken Baugh was willing to cross any political divide.
Presenter: Vanessa Silvera
Producer: Vanessa Silvera
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Feature | October 14, 2019
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Feature | October 14, 2019
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Presenter: Vanessa Silvera
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Feature | October 14, 2019
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Presenter: Twila Wheelan
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Feature | October 14, 2019
A Registered Nurse, Midwife, Dairy farmer, and Santa Claus are just a few of the titles Mrs. Opal Maureen Edwards has picked up over the years. Mrs Edwards has over 40 years experience working in Jamaica’s health and education sectors. Trained at the Victoria Hospital in the United Kingdom in 1970 and at the University College Hospital of the West Indies Mona in 1974, she would receive further training in 1978 as a Vocational Instructor at the Vocational Training Development Institute (VDTI).
Presenter: Anthony Morgan
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Feature | October 10, 2019
Since his official entry on to the theatre scene in 1994, Glenroy 'Titus' Campbell has been bringing a bellyful of laughs to performing arts patrons at home and abroad. After getting his start in high school, he started to appear in productions like the pantomime River Mumma and the Golden Table in the late 1980’s. Now after over 38 years of outstanding contribution to Jamaican theatre, television and film, Glenroy Campbell will be formally inducted into the Order of Distinction.
Presenter: Vanessa Silvera
Producer: Vanessa Silvera