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    March 23

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Rogers receives honour


Added 14 November 2014


Governor General Sir Elliott Belgrave (left) congratulates broadcaster Julian Rogers after presenting him with his Insignia. At far left is Sir Elliott's Aide-de-Camp, Captain Carlos Lovell. (BGIS)

VETERAN BROADCASTER Julian Ernest Chetvynde Rogers was today presented with his Insignia for the award of Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE), by Governor General, Sir Elliott Belgrave, at Government House.

Rogers, who was one of nine Barbadians honoured in June by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, in her Birthday Honours List for 2014, was recognised for services to broadcasting.

Rogers was accompanied to the presentation ceremony by his son Julian Rogers Jr., daughter Claire Haynes and mother-in-law Elaine Brathwaite. (BGIS)


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