The Guyanese advocacy group Red Thread began in 1986 to help women at a time of economic problems. Thirty years later, the collective is a major force in the region advocating for the rights of women and young people. Lisa Allen-Agostini talks to co-founder Karen de Souza and learns about the power of grassroots activism.
Guyana has dedicated a museum to its first premier, Dr Cheddi Jagan. Larry Luxner reports.
Simon Lee talks to legendary Caribbean writer George Lamming.
The holiday season is here, bringing with it Soca Santas, Martiniquan carols, Hindu and Muslim festivals, music and film. Simon Lee on the season's offerings - and his mixed chance to be a flying Saint Nick.
Garry Steckles previews the 2014 Caribbean Premier League Twenty20 cricket tournament, which starts sports lovers’ pulses racing in July.
The Caribbean’s public gardens are places to enjoy the pleasures of nature — and centres for research and conservation as well.
Guyanese artist Bernadette Persaud tells Ruel Johnson about her work and her quest to reveal the beauty in all things, even in cultural loss....
His father was Guyana’s first international recording artiste and he is intent on keeping that legacy alive.
The 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup in the West Indies will be the ninth staging of this major sporting event.
From crabwood oil to soap, see why the North West Organics line of products are good for your health and the environment.