Veteran Educator Ellen-Kate Horton joins the show to discuss education in Bermuda, it’s problems, the solutions, and the impact a good education system can have on our society.
With Bermuda's airport reopening, questions about hotels reopening, the decline in tourism numbers pre pandemic, and now a bleak outlook for the immediate future, the Minister of Tourism Zane DeSilva joins the show.
In the next part of the Suns of Paradise series Greashena Spence, wife of James Lawes discusses her husband's death and the toll it took on her emotionally and physically.
Terri Stewart of the The Sovereign Life Podcast joins us to discuss financial literacy and economic independence within our community.
Emma and Antwan of Red Bicycle join us to discuss whitewashing in creative/tech fields, opportunities for creatives, and how we can create spaces for creatives.
The crew discuss the renaming of streets, buildings, products, etc.
Bermudian Journalist Maya Palacio of Media Maya joined the show to discuss the evolving state of journalism and its important role in the community.
In part 4 of the Suns of Paradise Series, father of murder victim, Shaki Crockwell, Danny Crockwell about his son's life and memory..
Ajala Omodele joined the show to discuss Bermuda’s national heroes, the impact of racism in Bermuda, and solutions to our social ills.
Chief Operating Officer of Visit Baltimore, Charles Jeffers II joined the show to discuss some of the issues that may impact the travel industry, staycations, conferences, major events, and more.
Cordell W. Riley joined us to discuss a series of topics inclusive of Bermuda's next Governor, race relations in Bermuda, how Bermuda tourism can rebound, and more.
In the third part of the Suns of Paradise Series, mother of murder victim, Garry Cann, Ruby Creary speaks with Carla in what is the most extraordinary episode to date.
"I am racist. I have a black partner. I have black friends. I majored in African & African-American studies. I have parents who taught me not to treat anyone differently based on their race. But I am racist." Those are the words of Caitlin Conyers who joined the show to discuss why she felt it necessary to share her feelings to all.
Shambrekia Wise of Sightseeing with Sandy joins us to share how and why she created her brand and her book series.
Bermuda Police Commissioner Stephen Corbishley joined the show to discuss policing in Bermuda.
President of BHW Ltd (producer of Bermuda Carnival), Jason Sukdeo joined the show to discuss the impact the event has had on the island.
In the second part of the Suns of Paradise Series, mother of murder victim, Jevon Daniels, Gloria Daniels speaks with Carla about her son's death.
Change begins within ourselves and Landscape Architect, Jameka Smith joined the show to discuss how we can grow our own food and improve our health.
Bermudian actor, Daren Herbert, who has had roles in Dreamgirls and This Means War will joined us to speak about his career and the world of acting.
Sloane Johnson joined the show to discuss the role of social media. She also shared some Cyber tips on how we can remain safe.
Vice President of People's Pharmacy, Tamara Richardson joined the show to discuss how the pandemic has impacted daily operations and some of the things they've implemented to enhance the customer experience.
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