Hello World Jamaica was one of the first Caribbean children's programs to represent the Rastafarian community. The series was created and produced by Mary Collins and aired in Jamaica twice weekly from 2004–2006 on CVM Television. The age group the program appealed most to was ages 6–12 due to the simplicity and entertaining nature of the songs and music videos and the fun and valuable aspects of the science and art segments that ran for approximately 26 minutes plus commercial time.

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  • Hello World Jamaica was one of the first Caribbean children's programs to represent the Rastafarian community. The series was created and produced by Mary Collins and aired in Jamaica twice weekly from 2004–2006 on CVM Television. The age group the program appealed most to was ages 6–12 due to the simplicity and entertaining nature of the songs and music videos and the fun and valuable aspects of the science and art segments that ran for approximately 26 minutes plus commercial time. (en)
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  • Hello World Jamaica was one of the first Caribbean children's programs to represent the Rastafarian community. The series was created and produced by Mary Collins and aired in Jamaica twice weekly from 2004–2006 on CVM Television. The age group the program appealed most to was ages 6–12 due to the simplicity and entertaining nature of the songs and music videos and the fun and valuable aspects of the science and art segments that ran for approximately 26 minutes plus commercial time. (en)
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