Simon Lee talks to legendary Caribbean writer George Lamming.
Judy Raymond traces the long and exciting journey of Angostura bitters’ inventor Dr JGB Siegert, from the battlefield of Waterloo to the rainforests.
Jeremy Taylor remembers the Caribbean Beat editor who went to Venezuela and lost his pants.
The Hispanic Caribbean boasts a dizzying diverse musical scene, with sounds ranging from son to jibaro, bomba to salsa, cumbia to reggaeton....
In Trinidad, the sound of Christmas is parang, a living reminder of the island’s Hispanic heritage.
Nicholas Laughlin retraces his steps to the summit of the mystical Mt Roraima.
In the Venezuelan town of Curiepe, the festival of San Juan brings flags, drumming, and processions.
Off the north coast of Venezuela, Los Roques is an archipelago of white sand cays surrounded by numerous shades of breathtaking blue sea.
Riding high over Caracas.
Photographer Mauricio Plaza shares images of the Dancing Devils of Yare, a Venezuelan Corpus Christi tradition since the sixteenth century .