Creative Nassau (CN) began broadcasting its weekly Nassau radio show with hosts Pam and Patti (CN President and Vice President respectively) from IslandFM 102.9, compliments of Sir Charles Carter, in March of 2015. The show airs every TUESDAY from 7 - 7.30 pm, is re-broadcast on Sunday from 5-5.30pm, and can be listened to online at these times on www.islandfmonline.com. The CN Radio Show is now proudly hosted by Mr Lawrence Bascom, Manager of Esso Bayshore and Esso Winton service stations. The radio shows will be posted on this page for your listening enjoyment and we welcome your constructive comments and suggestions!
Radio guest Mary Ann Jones (standing) speaks with Patti and Pam about the trip she and Pam recently made to UCCN sister city Paducah, Kentucky (a City made famous for its Quilting tradition) to attend the first ever Crafts and Folk Arts Cluster Conference. See more information and photos about the trip in the "News" Section!
Host, Patti (right) welcomed the newly crowned Miss World Bahamas, Geena Thompson (2nd right) shown next to Island FM owner, Sir Charles Carter, along with the President of the Miss Bahamas Organization, Michelle Malcolm (left) who talked about the local pageant, her 'Beauty with a Purpose' platform and the upcoming International Competition which takes place in China in a few months!
The following CN Radio Show is a 'Double Feature' in two segments: The first segment is a conversation about The Bahamian Project Exhibition www.bahamianproject.com with photographers, our own Rosemary C. Hanna, and Guilden Gilbert. This portrait exhibition opens Thursday, July 6 at the Central Bank of The Bahamas and is a part of the country's 44th Anniversary of Independence celebrations!
In the second segment we welcome back Fr Shazz Turnquest from the St John's College Solar Car Challenge whom we interviewed with his team of students in December 2016 - the Green Lightning solar car is complete and has been shipped to the U.S., and team is reading their travel to Dallas, Texas on July 14 to take part in the Challenge - check out their journey to date on www.greenlightningsolarcar.org. Creative Nassau wishes the Green Lightning Team all the very best!
Pam and Patti talk about Creativity in recent events taking place in the country, and how these areas affects Development & Tourism, as well as Creative events taking place in Literature, Drama and Dance.
CN Radio's host, Patti. was thrilled to continue the discussion on Education by welcoming back our sponsor, Lawrence Bascom, who spoke about his presentation at a recent University of The Bahamas' Education Conference held in Freeport, Grand Bahama. Bascom is a proponent of the Charter School programme and CN applauds his vision. Listen in and lend your support - our country's future depends on getting our Educational component right!
The Art of Photography was the topic of the February 21 Radio broadcast when Patti and Pam spoke with special guests, photographers Guilden Gilbert (standing left) and Rashad Penn (standing right) who recently designed a Basic Introductory Course to Photography as a part of a Continuing Education Course at Queen's College. The two photographers are also members of The Bahamian Project www.bahamianproject.com founded by Duke Wells to develop photographs of ordinary people in the Bahamian Society with the hopes of forming a National Portrait Gallery in the future.
The Bahamian shoe designers explosion continued, as Patti and Pam interviewed guests Marvin Storr (2nd left) and Michael Fountain on February 14 - the radio broadcast is below! Marvin, along with his wife Lynette, are the founders of the amazing ILAND brand of STRAW SNEAKERS (see photos below) that are all the rage in The Bahamas and abroad! You can contact Marvin at email@example.com or 242.454.4856! We are so very proud of these talented entrepreneurs, and through them we see the success of the Creative Nassau vision of "celebrating and promoting Bahamian Art, Culture and Heritage from the inside out" as we also work to fulfill the Doongalik Studios' mission that "by the year 2020 more persons will come to The Bahamas for our Art, Culture and Heritage, than merely for our sun, sand, and sea!"
CN Radio hosts Pam and Patti welcomed guest Allan Murray on February 7 to talk about his published Bahamian history books, Bahamian History Highlights and The Colourful History of The Bahamas (which is available at Doongalik Studios), as well as his newly produced power point presentation for the benefit of schools, organizations or civil society groups who would like to learn more about Bahamian Majority Rule Day, the golden anniversary of which was celebrated in January! Contact Allan at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information! Listen to the radio interview on the link below!
CN Radio was privileged to have as their guests: Talented Bahamian creatives, Keesha Pratt and Dandreia Bethel. Listen in to their discussion with Pam and Patti on Tuesday, January 17, 2017!