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This Podcast will base on trendy stuff, in comparison to old ideals of Society and Culture. From sports, music, events and travelling. A world view on many things that people do, either in groups or individually. The title name, "The Real Stuff" is a testament of many topics that we will be discussing.

The Real Stuf‪f‬ The Real Stuff

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This Podcast will base on trendy stuff, in comparison to old ideals of Society and Culture. From sports, music, events and travelling. A world view on many things that people do, either in groups or individually. The title name, "The Real Stuff" is a testament of many topics that we will be discussing.

    Nigel Huish

    Nigel Huish

    Nigel is a Physics graduate and for 15 years has been MD of an Environmental Engineering Consultancy working for clients in the construction sector: developers, contractors, local authorities and planners; advising on various environmental aspects of land development: contaminated land, geotechnical design, air quality and noise. He has worked on high profile UK infrastructure projects such as HS2 High-Speed Rail, Crossrail underground in London, Heathrow Airport and Hinkley Point Nuclear Power Station. See the full episode on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxEJCaxEKcM

    • 59 min
    Oku Onuora

    Oku Onuora

    2020 blast off with YANGA, released February 7 on the Natty Congo Records label, the first independent Reggae label in Mexico. Then March 6, Evidence Records a Swiss-based label released THE BEGINNING. 2021 will see Oku Onuora blasting away in his indelible style, dubwize and otherwise; blazing trails, setting the pace Dubpoetrywize and otherwise… Music Video YANGA https://youtu.be/LjHfRG5PPGk See full episode on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQRNX33AAJw

    • 1 hr 41 min
    Deborah Walrond

    Deborah Walrond

    Deborah Walrond is a daughter, a sister and a mother of two children. A teacher by profession for 11 years and counting, Deborah holds a B.Sc. Management with a Psychology degree and a Diploma in Education (Primary). She has a love for baking, cooking, reading, writing, the beach and appreciates all types of exercise. Deborah loves interacting with people, with a particular passion for children. With God at the forefront of her life, anything that follows is well done.” #school https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XunvmnrhIg

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Kaina Martinez

    Kaina Martinez

    Kaina Martinez is the eldest of Georgia Alvarez’s three living children, and loving sister to several other siblings. She grew up in Seine Bight- a Garifuna village in Southern Belize. Despite many obstacles in her path she thrives. Giving up isn’t an option to not become. Apart from being known as an athlete who represents Belize in numerous sports but more so track and field, Kaina considers herself an advocate for changes and therefore live her life in such manner. She is the founder of Kaina Martinez Track and Field Games. A grass-roots program she uses to help children 4yrs to 14yrs express themselves through sports and she also uses as a catalyst to help children to recognize and realize their potential, be it in sport or other dreams they hold. She also voluntarily serves several organizations, that works with addiction, domestic violence, impaired driving just to mention a few of the social causes volunteers. Kaina also serves Belize in the military force, as a member of the Belize Coast Guard. aina is the female Belizean Olympian whom for the first time in Belize’s history to make it to another round in the Olympic games. Kaina is also the first Belizean athlete to receive a full athletic scholarship at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. Where she earned several accolades on the track and in the classroom. She graduated with the distinction of Suma cum Laude and is the holder of two Bachelors of Art Degrees -Sociology and Speech Communication. In 2019, Kaina also earned her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling on the same athletic scholarship she received added with an Academic scholarship.

    • 48 min
    James Elijio Jr.

    James Elijio Jr.

    James Elijio is a Garifuna educator, researcher, writer, born in Belize, and holder of a Master of Arts degree in Leading Innovation and Change from the York St. John’s University of England. He is a member of the Baha’i Faith and presently works as an editor of scientific texts. A prolific writer, James has drafted over 40 books and thousands of poems. Among his published works are "We are with you at all times" by way of George Ronald of England, and "Man is My Mystery" by way of the Baha’i Publishing Trust of India. The full episode is available on our YouTube Channel http://www.youtube.com/c/reggaenostalgia-therealstuffpodcast

    • 18 min
    Pelle Hybbinette – filmmaker, Photographer

    Pelle Hybbinette – filmmaker, Photographer

    Pelle Hybbinette is a Swedish Filmmaker who lived on and off Barbados for the last 9 years. He is a self-taught Photographer and Filmmaker with several award-winning short and documentaries Nämndemansgården, Blentarp. Medicinavdelningen, terapeutiska samtal Stödboendeenheten, Lunds Kommun, kontaktperson med socialsekreterare, MI samtal · PEAK, Burlövs Kommun, Arbetscoach, stödsamtal · Fontänhuset, Malmö, stödperson, MI samtal · Stabbarpsgården, HVB hem · Personlig assitent, främst på långresor utomlands · Biståndsprojekt i egen regi, för handikappade i Nicaragua The full episode is available on our YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/c/reggaenostalgia-therealstuffpodcast

    • 19 min

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After I listened to this episode recording. I was blown away by the speaker details on what Jamaica's Maroons need to do to accomplish recognition in Jamaica. Dr Alvin Curling mentioned that Peace has to first be achieved in order for the Government of Jamaica and elsewhere to take them seriously. Peace in the form of unity. This episode is excellent.

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