BARBADOS (Naked Departure) — MAUREEN HOLDER — Naked, I dread Tuesday and Wednesday mornings! That’s when Maureen Holder is on the program talk ya talk.
Naked, I call it the Maureen talk she talk show. She don’t let ya get a word in if you came on and you just say “This morning I was traveling on highway 5—–‘ Maureen take the topic and gone like a pop kite not another word from ya and ya cut. She talks too much and callers don’t get their say most of the time.
It’s about time that management at the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporations tone down Maureen Holder. She is loud, aggressive, argumentative, obnoxious and too talkative! It’s an assault on our ears when the Tuesday and Wednesday mornings come.
If a call comes in and that person say anything about the government Maureen takes it personal and cuts off or insults the callers.
One Tuesday morning a caller by the name of Gale call she had a concern about some equipment at the hospital not working. She said she was there and she was told her test can’t be done because of broken equipment. She went on to say the government is going to spend money on celebrations… Who tell she say that? Maureen carried on! She said “ya all does come in here talking nonsense make false accusations, that’s why I like Burty, he investigated and he come to the program with facts, we never heard Gale she was cut. A few minutes a lady call she sweeten up Maureen and that’s what you have to do sweeten her up say things like Maureen how you, you are doing a good job don’t mind them callers don’t let them steal ya joy and you can get ya point across once you don’t touch the government.
As I was saying the lady sweeten her up and told her Gale was right the equipment at the hospital is out of order the lady told her her challenges as a person who is ill and living on a pension and can’t afford to pay and she been getting the turn around as many of the equipment at QEH is broken. Miss Holder needs to calm down.
I remember how I found out about Naked Departure. Someone wrote about Maureen. That whole program was about her. She had a hissy fit she was out of control that’s how I found my own talk my talk here on Naked. It was great advertising for Naked I am sure lot of listeners wanted to know what the fuss was about now I know I would not call that program again when she is on I would not be kissing up to her to be insulted. I just wonder how she treats people the way she do and then gets on the radio to ask for conkies and sweet bread, that another thing she use de airwaves to beg for food that’s not right.
I like listening to the program but her tantrums are like acid to the ears. I think it’s time she step down because she is too thin skin and don’t think you can be a representative for anyone. Politics is not for you, don’t waste ya time Sargeant Village girl!! Anonymous
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