Trinidadian-born journalist Trevor McDonald travels 2000 miles across the Caribbean experiencing the incredible extremes that make this region unique.
From the private island of a billionaire to communist Cuba, rare sightings of giant turtles in Grenada to violent volcanic eruptions in Montserrat, this is a rich and beautiful voyage of discovery.
Who is Trevor McDonald?
Trevor McDonald was born in San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago, on August 16, 1939. McDonald has a black mother and an Indian father.
After working in Trinidad as a print and broadcast journalist during the 1960s, in 1969, McDonald started working for BBC as a producer, based in London, but still was broadcasting to the Caribbean.
In 1973, he started working as a general reporter for ITN News and Entertainment before becoming a sports correspondent and eventually focusing on international politics. In the 1980s, he was broadcasting from the United Kingdom with the ITN programme Channel 4 News.