Dear Editor, NCN radio should have the following defects rectified: 1. The station should publish its daily programme schedule in the print media and stick to it. Programmes are dropped without warning or are moved willy-nilly everywhere without any explanation or apology.
2. The BBC re-broadcast which comes on at twelve midnight is sometimes dropped without warning. The news in particular could sometimes not be heard as either the technicians pre-record on a faulty tape or those catching the BBC did not do so with any skill.
3. Have some care and knowledge brought to the presentation of the Sunday Concert Hall programme. This is one important programme which is often dropped or has its broadcast time changed without warning. The programme needs to have a presenter who is acquainted with Classical music and could identify and choose interesting music. The above-mentioned faults could immediately be rectified. Yours faithfully, Victoria Giles.
Dear Editor, In spite of what the Minister said at his press conference to review the country’s 2017 Half Year Perfor-mance Report, he missed the biggest take-away from the story that the economy is trying to tell us all.
Dear Editor, Recently I wrote a letter to the press supporting President David Granger’s directive to the Police Service Commission to put on hold promotions for police officers (‘President’s letter to Police Service Commission was appropriate’ SN, August 10).
Dear Editor, I believe that the visit by the five ministers and other government officials to ExxonMobil in Texas was good in theory, but the way it was done causes one to wonder whether it is the beginning of the end for transparency and accountability in this country.
Dear Editor, It was the initiative of the Minister of Public Infrastructure David Patterson to establish core groups in each Region.
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