B&B (trailer): Michael Holding: Caribbean’s colonial education more damaging than lingering royal ties

Removing Queen Elizabeth II as your head of state is one thing, but iconic former West Indies fast bowler and cricket analyst Michael Holding believes a surer path to true emancipation will come when we address our colonial education.

Look out for our full interview with Holding on the Burdie and Barney Show this Sunday, as we discuss cricket and the Caribbean, as well as some famous and infamous moments in the history of the all-conquering West Indies team.

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