An uninvited spirit possesses Simon Lee’s hut while he investigates a vaudou ceremony in Haiti.
Simon Lee on the Caribbean’s headline events in May and June.
Cooking with bananas.
New and recent books about the Caribbean.
James Ferguson on Christopher Drayton's Christopher.
Simon Lee talks to legendary Caribbean writer George Lamming.
Once, St Pierre was a centre of French elegance and pleasure, the pride of the French Caribbean, “the Paris of the Antilles”. But one morning the mountain behind the town blew apart, wiping out the town and killing almost all its 30,000 people. James Ferguson revisits the volcano, exactly 100 years on.
Property prices vary dramatically among Caribbean countries. Mark Wilson looks at what money will buy in four islands.
"Nothing was created in the West Indies", V.S. Naipaul famously wrote. Yet many of the earliest writers and thinkers in the Americas were Caribbean men and women, creating histories, novels, essays, poems, autobiography, newspapers, new political thought. Tony Martin puts the case for the defence.
New music from the Caribbean.