Former One Bermuda Alliance Candidate Catherine Kempe stopped by to discuss her position on running for Chair of the party.
Another important conversation as Dr. Francene Gayle stopped by to discuss Stroke awareness week.
The crew discussed why vacations are one of the most important factors to a healthy, productive, and successful professional career.
Inspector Charlene Thompson stopped by to discuss road safety.
The crew discussed the job statistics making the rounds.
Head of the Public Service (formerly the Civil Service) Dr. Derrick Binns stopped by to discuss the role of the service, how government works, and more.
Entrepreneur and visionary Tallent Clark stopped by to discuss the challenges the Pandemic has caused for his tourist related business and how he's had to pivot in response.
Kendaree Burgess, CEO of The Bermuda Chamber of Commerce, stopped by to discuss a number a number of hot topics including retail, the impact of the pandemic, and how we can navigate our way to safety.
One of Bermuda's most brilliant minds, Dr. David Chapman, is stopped by to discuss a number of topics including wealth building, independence, and the COVID pandemic.
We had another Bermudian creative stop by to discuss one of her latest projects, Bermudian Quizine.
The discussion was whether or not Bermudians be offered employment opportunities over Non-Bermudians.
We celebrated another talented Bermudian artist's and writer, Tashel Bean. Tashel released “The Adventures of Raz” - a full-length cartoon series he animated entirely on his own. We discussed his journey.
Lamone Woods of Crimson Multimedia (Channel 82) stopped by to discuss the important and critical role of black owned and managed media.
Bermudian Educator Dr. Lou Matthews stopped by to discuss the state of formal education.
The crew discussed the disappearance of Chavelle Dillon-Burgess.
MP Christopher Famous stopped by to discuss the government's plans going forward, what he plans to do better this time around, and the overall outlook for Bermuda.
Professional Counselor Cathy Sousa and Community Psychiatric Nurse Rebecca Fisayo are stopping by us to discuss mental health in adults.
As we continue this week's focus on mental health, LeeAnn Simmons stopped by to discuss mental health among school aged children.
The crew discussed redundancy in the era of COVID.
Dr. Phyllis Curtis-Tweed, Vice President Academic and Student Affairs at Bermuda College will be stopped by to discuss the online information session for faculty recruitment.
The aftermath of Bermuda's General Election and the possible end of the One Bermuda Alliance.
It's election day in Bermuda and anything can happen. We'll be sharing predictions and discussing key constituencies as we build up the election night special.
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