Special Assignment: Ian Fleming’s Jamaica

Super-sleuth James Bond was born in Jamaica and named after a mild-mannered American ornithologist. Susan Ward reports .

Hollywood in the Caribbean

Susan Ward looks back to the days when Humphery Bogart and Errol Flynn came to make movies .

On location in Dominica. Photograph by Sarah Quill

Horace Ové: Coming Home

A boost for the Caribbean film industry? Film director Horace Ové is returning to the Caribbean after many years working in Britain.

Mister Theatre: Ken Corsbie

Broadcaster and performer, writer and storyteller, Ken Corsbie wants people to discover each other through theatre..

Ready for the chop: Beaton as demon barber Desmond Ambrose. Photograph by Channel 4 Television

Beaton at his own game

Guyanese actor Norman Beaton has conquered the British stage, worked with Laurence Olivier and become a household name as Desmond Ambrose, the exasperated Peckham barber in the TV sitcom. But what he really wants to do is play King Lear .

Cuban film poster

Where have all the Caribbean movies gone?

The Caribbean has a thriving film industry – but it's struggling to make itself heard and seen.

Euzhan Palcy: Making Waves

Martiniquan filmmaker Euzhan Palcy directed Marlon Brando and Donald Sutherland in A Dry White Season: what's next?.

Trevor McDonald: Into the Lion’s Den

Trinidadian broadcaster Trevor McDonald tracked down President Saddam Hussein in Baghdad just before the Gulf War.