Journalist Dionne Baptiste speaks with broadcast pioneer Ken Gordon, who led the team responsible for transmitting the auspicious events that heralded the birth of our independent nation on August 31st 1962.
On Wednesday Trinidad and Tobago will be celebrating 54 years as an Independent nation. But what does Independence really mean to citizens of T&T?
Next week Trinidad and Tobago will mark another year since becoming an independent nation. In anticipation of this, C News takes a look back and even a look forward in a series we call Celebrating Independence.
Two of Tobago's most successful Calypsonians would be honoured by the Tobago House of Assembly for their outstanding contributions as the THA introduces the Calypso Rose and Mighty Shadow Awards as part of its annual Tobago Day celebrations in December.
Chief Secretary Orville London explained exactly how the awards would be given out.
Ambitious, persistent, determined and innovative. These are all words which aptly describe Sache Alexander.
Growing up in Success Village, Laventille, Sache says she always yearned for more. Realizing that education was her way up and out she focused on her studies.
Following her tenure at Bishops Anstey High School she pursued degrees in International Relations and Spanish at the University of West Indies Mona Campus.
In Tuesday night’s I'm Every Woman, Dionne Baptiste tells us about Sache’s journey from a little Laventille girl with a dreamt successful entrepreneur.
At seventy-six Dr. Mc Cartha Linda Lewis, also known as Calypso Rose, will release her certified gold album "Far From Home" in her home country Trinidad and Tobago.
It's Trinidad and Tobago's first international gold album. She may reach platinum status in November, another first. She may well be an icon but her advice to others is to pursue your dreams fully regardless of what others say.