Port of Spain, Trinidad – Indo-Caribbean Riddums is marked as the number one show of its kind in the Caribbean as its viewership continues to climb as a result of its star guest line up. The show is amongst a popular array of cultural magazine shows from WITV and airs every Thursday at 7:30pm on www.westindianculture.com
Bringing the best in Indian cultural entertainment, new, reviews and features of cultural icons, past guests include Lal Bharat, Dil Se, Chutney Rhythms, and Rachel Lee.
Last week show featured talented choreographer Rachel Lee. Ms. Lee a graduate of “Alvin Ailey Dance School” is a versatile dancer who specializes in her passion for East Indian dancing. From the designing of the customs and props for her presentations Ms. Lee is a well rounded entertainer. She shared the spotlight on the program with another important person in Trinidad’s Culture, Mr. Ashford Joseph. Mr. Joseph blinded in his early teen has lived an accomplished life as a composer. Amongst the many songs under his belt, one of his most popular is Soca Santa. He participated and won many Best Village competitions and trained people who also won. He has produced documentaries and came on the program to promote his upcoming film “Don’t look back” and book “Shadow before me”
Thursday’s show will be featuring the Malick Dance Group headed by Mr. Krishna Seenath. He is also the lead dancer for the group. Up coming show will feature the big chutney band Millennium Starz headed by Navin Laloo and lead singers Raju and Amila who will perform live on the show. Stay tuned to Indo Caribbean Cultural Riddums to be informed of the who’s who in Indo Caribbean entertainment, culture, religion and lifestyle.
Indo Caribbean Riddums is the second show produced by WITV (West Indian TV) and is expected to enjoy the same success of Caribbean Cultural Riddums. Hosted by Allison “Alley-Cat” Budree no stranger to media and whose fan base has leaped since starting the show, Indo Cultural Riddums is the first and only show of its kind in the region dedicated to showcasing the contributions of the East Indian Population in the Caribbean. Indo Caribbean Riddums has captured audiences of countries with large East Indian populations not only from the Caribbean diaspora. The average viewership of the show is 3,200 and is steadily growing.
Indo Caribbean Riddums airs every Thursday at 7.30pm on WITV at www.westindianculture.com and www.knowthecaribbean.com.
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