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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

Royal Caribbean Blog

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Come explore the many facets of a Royal Caribbean cruise vacation. The RoyalCaribbeanBlog Podcast covers everything from the Royal Caribbean cruise ships to activities, excursions, planning your cruise vacation and more.
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Carry On Friends has an unmistakable Caribbean-American essence. Hosted by the dynamic and engaging Kerry-Ann Reid-Brown, the podcast takes listeners on a global journey, deeply rooted in Caribbean culture. It serves as a melting pot of inspiring stories, light-hearted anecdotes, and stimulating perspectives that provoke thought and initiate conversations. The podcast invites guests who enrich the narrative with their unique experiences and insights into Caribbean culture and identity. With ...
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The Pilots of the Caribbean podcast is a weekly show about drones and the people that use them for fun, research or business in the Caribbean. In each episode, we'll cover a wide range of topics, including: How to use drones for business, fun, and research. New business opportunities in the drone industry. Regulatory changes affecting drone pilots. Exciting ways to take your interest in drones to the next level. We'll also feature interviews with drone pilots from around the Caribbean, who w ...
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Welcome to CRS Radio Station - The Knowledge Station, the ultimate online destination for #CaribbeanMusic and #CaribbeanCulture. We are a live and free internet radio station that broadcasts 24/7 from around the world, featuring the best of #Reggae, #Calypso, #Samba, #Gospel, #HipHop, #Dancehall and #AfricanMusic from various #CaribbeanIslands and #CaribbeanCountries. But we are more than just music. We also offer you a variety of shows that showcase the #CaribbeanIslandCulture, such as live ...
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Are you passionate about Caribbean history, its diverse culture, and its impact on the world? Join Strictly Facts: A Guide to Caribbean History and Culture as we explore the rich tapestry of Caribbean stories told through the eyes of its people – historians, artists, experts, and enthusiasts who share empowering facts about the region’s past, present, and future. Strictly Facts is a biweekly podcast, hosted by Alexandria Miller, that delves deep into the heart and soul of the Caribbean, cele ...
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This podcast focuses on Haitian and Caribbean immigrant communities in the United States. We talk about immigration, economics, politics, culture, and other important topics that impact our daily lives. If you're curious about the rich Caribbean culture and want to stay updated on Caribbean immigrant communities in the US, give it a listen. The podcast covers various subjects, from history and culture to politics, economics, and the immigrant experience. It offers a unique perspective on Hai ...
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Caribbean Creatives

Caribbean Creatives

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We speak to some of the Caribbean's biggest movers and shakers as they share creative insights, cross cultural adventures and how to help you get creatively disruptive! From the Caribbean by The Caribbean!
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Caribbean Connection

Marc Destine

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Hey you guys , This is Marc Destine with the Caribbean Connection , Where I connect you to Different cultures and perspectives that’s captivating. With the help of friends , I’ll sit down and have the Opportunity to shine a light on them and their own stories.
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Caribbean Mentors

Joel Millington chats with industry experts from the Caribbean

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Caribbean Mentors is a podcast for Caribbean people or persons interested in Caribbean businesses and the people behind them. Every Monday Joel Millington would be interviewing industry experts from the Caribbean as they highlight their journey. If you are looking for inspiration, motivation and advice from persons who are from the Caribbean then this podcast delivers.
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The Country Caribbean

Country Caribbean

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The Country Caribbean is a culture commentary and WI (west Indian) experience podcast. Join Lynn weekly as she gives her interesting take on all things culture. From 90s kids tingz, mom life, iconic black content & more. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lynn-b4/support
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The Caribbean Kingz

The Caribbean Kingz

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We are deep house DJs though we accommodate other genres. Please like and follow us for more music. Booking details. Contact: +27813092586 Email: thecaribbeankingz@gmail.com Facebook: @thecaribbeankingz Twitter: DCaribbeankingz
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Want to learn more about Caribbean fantasy, folklore, speculative, and science fiction? Interested in established and emerging Caribbean voices about all things sf? Then tune in to The Caribbean Science Fiction Network. In this podcast I showcase emerging and established Caribbean voices who use sf genres to explore future states of Caribbean identity. Through these genres, the writers redefine Caribbean futurity and what it means to be Caribbean. Follow on Instagram and Twitter: @caribbeans ...
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Caribbean Mystics

Paulina Creque and Gabrielle Querrard

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The Caribbean Mystics Podcast features true supernatural stories that take place in the Caribbean region. Told from first person perspective, these stories reveal the extensive unexplainable phenomenon that occurs in this region of the world. Hosts Paulina and Gabrielle, join together at the end of each story to provide key historical background, cultural context, and meaningful elaboration through their lenses of being ancestral Virgin Islanders and Caribbean Mystics.
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Caribbean Football Weekly

Caribbean Football Weekly

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Welcome to Caribbean Football Weekly - your audio hub for all things Caribbean football. Every Monday, the presenters Simon Preston, Santokie Nagulendran and Nathan Carr talk through the latest news and stories with occasional special guests and exclusive interviews. From Jamaica to Puerto Rico and Haiti to Anguilla, we have all bases covered.
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Detailed conversations on unique investment opportunities in the Caribbean. From finding companies to purchase at prices below book value to establishing businesses with high return on investing capital to securing gorgeous real estate properties for investments or personal use. I get down to the granular details on investing and doing business in the Caribbean. Get ready to be acquainted with unique deals in a virgin territory.
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Every week Caribbean Dance Radio brings you the best and latest tunes in Dancehall, Reggae, and Roots. In a true sound system fashion Caribbean Dance Radio drops exclusive releases, dubplates, remixes, and 45s in an unforgettable style and pattern. Visit caribbeandanceradio.com for past show archives, mixtapes, and more.
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DJ Play has been in the industry for over 15 years spinning in venues around the globe including his hometown of Toronto, Regina, Seattle, Cuba, New York and Miami. With a flair for caribbean music such as soca, reggae, dancehall and chutney, DJ Play is truly versatile being able to throw down the best of top 40, hip hop, house, bollywood, bhangra, and even country music!
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CaribQueer, the Weekly Podcast that’s about Caribbean Queer people living, loving, and thriving in the Region and Diaspora. It is the kinda show that is One part narrative and One interview-driven and will cover a range of topics - from News, Business and Politics; to Love, Relationships and Activism ; Music and Entertainment as well as Traveling While Queer in the Caribbean. Hosted by Ingrid Riley, Editor of OutCaribe.xyz CaribQueer Podcast is a media brand from OUtCaribe.xyz
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Puerto Rico is a Spanish-speaking territory of the United States with a history shaped by conquest and resistance. For centuries, Puerto Ricans have crafted and negotiated complex ideas about nationhood. Jorell Meléndez-Badillo provides a new history of Puerto Rico that gives voice to the archipelago's people while offering a lens through which to …
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When Helena Faustin, also affectionately known as That Nurse Can Cook, graced us with her presence on the show, we uncovered more than just the ingredients to her tantalizing Jamaican dishes. We journeyed together through her story, which is steeped in rich culture and spiced with personal transformation. Our conversation navigated the audacious de…
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Cheyne Gadson, was born in Brooklyn, New York. Raised in Jamaica Queens. Gadson grew up in the Mecca of basketball. Gadson was a late bloomer in the sport of basketball who began organized basketball in his senior year of high school at Jamaica High school in Queens NY. Gadson became an all-city nominated player in two years of high school basketba…
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Tracks: Song One Quando Quando by Sly and Robbie Song Two Too Experienced by Barrington Levy Song Three Night and Day by Marisa Lindsay Song Four One Love by Bob Marley Song Five One More Time Machel Montano Song Six Looking Forward to the New Year by Chevaughn Song Seven We Matter by Jesse Royal Song Eight Trini 2 De Bone by David Rudder…
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This weeks show starts off with selections from Wayne Jarrett, Ini Kamoze, Bitty McLean with Johnny Osbourne, Don Carlos, Horace Andy, Christos DC, Burning Spear, Aswad, The Gladiators, Hugh Mundell, Steve Boswell, Johnny Osbourne, Mikey Dread, Ronnie Davis and King Tubby, Dennis Brown and Tommy McCook with the Observers. New music this week comes …
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This week's episode answers as many emails Matt can squeeze in! Share with me your thoughts, questions and comments via... Twitter: @therclblog Facebook: /royalcaribbeanblog YouTube: royalcaribbeanblog Email: matt@royalcaribbeanblog.com Leave a voicemail: (408) 6ROYAL6 You can subscribe to the Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast via iTunes, Google Play, S…
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Say the name Jason Holder and you will likely trigger very irrational and emotional rantings amongst the West Indian fanbase. Recently on the Caribbean Cricket Podcast we have repeatedly stated that Jason Holder walks back into the West Indies test side but this seems to have caused some level of consternation. Machel jumped in the hot seat to anal…
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Ep12 - In this episode, we'll explore the world of drones in the stunning Caribbean island of Curaçao with professional FPV Pilot Peterson Octavius: FPV Flight School: Dive deep into Peterson's upcoming FPV masterclass on the Learnov8 platform. Learn the skills to pilot First-Person View drones and capture stunning aerial videos. The Future of Dron…
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In this special introductory episode, James (Host) and Earl (Producer) discuss the Podcast's goals and objectives and what listeners should expect from the episodes. Thanks for listening! Check out our website (www.rootsofequity.com) and follow us on socials: Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn (@rootsofequitypodcast).…
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The Caribbean is a region of a myriad of languages, Caribbean sign languages included. In this episode, we’re joined by Caribbean sign language scholar Kris M Ali to discuss the diversity of sign languages, from the shores of Jamaica to the Bay Islands. It's not just about communication; it's a tapestry of identity, history, and resiliency. We unco…
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Propositions pour travailler avec Guy Philippe et Barbecue ? Où est passé le Premier ministre Ariel Henry ? Est-ce que des militaires américains commenceront à entrer en Haïti la semaine prochaine ? Nous recevrons l'ancienne ambassadrice américaine en Haïti, Pamela White, pour vous aider à trouver des réponses à ces questions et bien d'autres..…
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In The Atlantic Slave Trade in World History (Routledge, 2015), Jeremy Black presents a compact yet comprehensive survey of slavery and its impact on the world, primarily centered on the Atlantic trade. Opening with a clear discussion of the problems of defining slavery, the book goes on to investigate the Atlantic slave trade from its origins to a…
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Tony and I will be talking with Karl Nichols, Rhoda Arrindell, Carl Nichols is an American former Major League Baseball catcher. He played parts of six seasons in the major leagues, from 1986 until 1991, for the Baltimore Orioles and Houston Astros, appearing in a total of 96 games while batting .204 with 18 RBIs."Click here…
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Historians of early America, slavery, early African American history, the history of science, and environmental history have interrogated the complex ways in which enslaved people were thought about and treated as human but also dehumanized to be understood as private property or chattel. The comparison of enslaved people to animals, particularly d…
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At the Caribbean Cricket Podcast we always try to ensure our audience can hear from all the important stakeholders in West Indies Cricket. Director of Cricket, Miles Bascombe, was the latest to come on the to talk his strategic plan for the holistic improvement of cricket in the region. It's an important conversation that looks in depth at youth de…
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Tracks: Song One Quando Quando by Sly and Robbie Song Two Too Experienced by Barrington Levy Song Three Night and Day by Marisa Lindsay Song Four One Love by Bob Marley Song Five One More Time Machel Montano Song Six Looking Forward to the New Year by Chevaughn Song Seven We Matter by Jesse Royal Song Eight Trini 2 De Bone by David Rudder…
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Deeping It: Colonialism, Culture & Criminalisation of UK Drill (404 Ink, 2023) by Adèle Oliver shines a critical light on UK drill and its fraught relationship with the British legal system. Intervening on current discourse steeped in anti-Blackness and moral panic, this Inkling ‘deeps’ how the criminalisation of UK drill cannot be disentangled fro…
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This weeks show starts off with music from Burning Spear, Michael Rose, Bunny Lie Lie and Scientist, Junior Delgado, Sugar Minott, Vin Gordon, Rootz HiFi and John Cereal, Barry Isaac, The Mighty Diamonds, Culture, Junior Byles, Dennis Brown & I-Roy, Prince Alla, The Viceroys, and Horace Martin. New Music this week comes from The Black Roots, Akae B…
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In Only a Few Blocks to Cuba: Cold War Refugee Policy, the Cuban Diaspora, and the Transformations of Miami (U Pennsylvania Press, 2024), Mauricio Castro shows how the U.S. government came to view Cuban migration to Miami as a strategic asset during the Cold War, in the process investing heavily in the city's development and shaping its future as a…
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A list of 6 mistakes I saw other cruisers making during my recent cruise on Wonder of the Seas Share with me your thoughts, questions and comments via... Twitter: @therclblog Facebook: /royalcaribbeanblog YouTube: royalcaribbeanblog Email: matt@royalcaribbeanblog.com Leave a voicemail: (408) 6ROYAL6 You can subscribe to the Royal Caribbean Blog Pod…
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In this episode, Elizabeth talks with Steven Gonzalez, anthropologist and author of speculative fiction under the pen name E.G. Condé. They discuss the entanglement of politics, Taíno animism, and weather events in the form of a hurricane named Teddy. Steve describes the suffusion of sound he has experienced in Puerto Rico and the soundlessness at …
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Evangelical Christians and members of the global LGBTQI human rights movement have vied for influence in Haiti since the 2010 earthquake. Each side accuses the other of serving foreign interests. Yet each proposes future foreign interventions on behalf of their respective causes despite the country’s traumatic past with European colonialism and Ame…
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Unlock the secrets to globe-trotting on a budget with Joanna Niles where she spills the beans on making travel affordable without skimping on fun. This episode isn't just about saving pennies; it's a roadmap to rich, cultural experiences through planning. Joanna, a seasoned writer and adventurer, joins us to debunk myths about the 'right time to bu…
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Helping the youths all over the world, growing in the sports they love join us with our guest Benny Castillo of the Breeze Academy Sports Chat & More We also going to have a heart-to-heart about the true meaning of COCORDIA with three of the brilliant minds. Dr Rhoda Arrindell, Mr Lasana M Saku and Mr Fabian Badijo…
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This weeks show starts off with music from Luciano, Garnet Silk, Ini Kanoze, Damian Marley, Steel Pulse, The Jolly Brothers, Fred Locks, Freddie McGregor, Dennis Brown & Gregory Isaacs, Bim Sherman, Everton Blender, The Tamlins, Black Uhuru, Junior Reid, and Bob Marley & The Wailers. New music this week comes from Akae Beka, Piper Street Sound with…
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Greetings again!! Join me once more for another exciting #Waves of Change episode where we will have a #Good Friday Edition, exploring the #traditions of Easter in Jamaica. How is it different from other celebrations? #Myths and truths. We will enter in an arousing discussion with #Community Advocate, Mr Davel Ellis, (Dr. Ellis), past student of th…
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West Indies U19 Mens placed 5th in the 2024 World Cup - a result probably better than the majority in the region would have expected. Machel jumped into the hot seat to look at the World Cup campaign, assess the positives and negatives and identify where this cohort of players go from here. As always with the Caribbean Cricket Podcast we go into a …
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In 1717, the Council of Trade and Plantations received "agreeable news" from New England. "Bellamy with his ship and Company" had perished on the shoals of Cape Cod. Who was this Bellamy and why did his demise please the government? Born Samuel Bellamy circa 1689, he was a pirate who operated off the coast of New England and throughout the Caribbea…
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