Issue 37
(May/June 1999)

In this Issue:

Miss Universe 1998, Trinidad & Tobago's Wendy Fitzwilliam, plays mas' with Harts' Local Motion. Photo by Sean Drakes

Issue 37


The Harder They Dance

Annie Paul talks to Julian Henriques, Jamaican-born director of the movie Babymother

From Signal station to beach to nature reserve, Barbados is educational and fun for children

Barbados for Kids

Donna Yawching finds much to be pleased about when she takes her children on holiday in Barbados

Dwight Yorke wears Manchester United colours soon after he was signed to England’s most famous football club

Doing It Dwight: Tobago’s Dwight Yorke

Tobago-born Manchester United striker Dwight Yorke is living out his dreams of playing football among the world’s best

‘My father brought a few pans home and we started playing as a family. I was eight years old by then’

Andy Narrell: Caribbean Man

Michael Goodwin profiles American pan virtuoso Andy Narrell, and his debut as an arranger at the 1999 Steelband Panorama competition in Trinidad


Island Beat (May/June 1999)

What's hot and happening in the islands

Upbeat (May/June 1999)

New Caribbean Music


Caribbean Bookshelf (May/June 1999)

New and recent books about the Caribbean

Peter Farrell knee-deep in snow, Kiseljak

The Bosnian Connection

The Caribbean is worlds away from eastern Europe. But many of our people have worked in war-ravaged Bosnia as members of the UN peacekeeping force.

Beach bummer

Beach Bummer

When is a day at the beach a nightmare? Ask Nazma Muller

Betty’s Hope

Twinmills of Antigua

Lesley Hoffman on the restored Betty’s Hope, the Caribbean’s only operating sugar mill