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Posted by:May 7th 2003, 03:54:49 pm
Fig Tree News TeamMeet the Ministers on Island FM
By VANESSA C ROLLE
GUARDIAN STAFF REPORTER

Listeners to Island 102.9 FM will be afforded the opportunity to hear from every government minister on the air this month. The series, dubbed "Meet the Ministers" is a spin-off from the radio station's "Meet the Candidate" segment which aired during the general election season last year.

The segment aired every morning for three months during the show Morning Boil, with interviews of candidates from all political parties each day.

One year later, some of these candidates are now Cabinet Ministers, and will be interviewed on the Morning Boil, hosted by Eddie Carter and Krissy Luv.

The programme will run from May 12 beginning with Deputy Prime Minister Cynthia " Mother' Pratt, and ending with the Minister of State for Finance, Senator James Smith.

By the end of May, listeners would have heard from every Cabinet Minister in the one-year-old Progressive Liberal Party administration.

" Once again, Island FM has scored a first," said Charles Carter, CEO of Carter Broadcasting. "This is the first time that any radio station has devoted three weeks of daily prime time programming to in-depth interviews with every minister of government."

He said: " With meet the ministers, Island FM is continuing its tradition of bringing information to the public in order to create a more informed and aware Bahamian populace."

Posted Wednesday 7 May, 2003

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