The Dolor Factor with Delia DolorOn air: 9AM Thursday
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ProgrammeDelia is known for making her guests engage and open up, so opinions are real and sometimes really funny too! The Dolor Factor’s guests are worldwide and they’re celebrities, personalities and people you may not know, but excel by leading inspirational and entrepreneurial lives. Despite sometimes playing devil’s advocate, you can rely on Delia to ask the most pertinent questions and dig out the solutions. At the same time, she travels the world finding fascinating guests - interviewing them at work, on the beach, or at their favourite chilling spot. Don’t miss Delia’s Diary where listeners are given a piece of Delia’s mind! She ‘has a go’ at the things she’s experienced that week that affected or frustrated her that she feels listeners would want to have a say in. You’ll laugh at some of her accounts too. She shares her pictures on Escapades on deliadolor.com. The Dolor Factor ends with a Weekly Thought which encourages listeners to think positively until Delia does it all over again the next week. Why don’t you join Delia? Only on Colourful Radio.
BioKnown for her ability to get the most out of her guests, media all rounder Delia Dolor began her radio career at the age of 11 in Saint Lucia, before returning to the UK as a popular guest at the BBC and presenter at Choice FM. She is an editor, television and radio presenter in London and the Caribbean and brings her international TV show The Dolor Factor to Colourful Radio.
Delia has interviewed personalities, celebrities, prime ministers and people with amazing and educational stories to tell. She is a relationship guru and has been credited with creating a more intimate confessional form of communication and to have influenced the lives of others. She is known by many for encouraging her audience to make the most of their lives and has received respectability and trust.
She is the host of The Dolor Factor, a television show that is distributed in 25 Caribbean islands, tri-state New York, Ontario and available in the UK and Europe.
Delia concludes January 2018 with a touching story by her guest Shama Winston Ford
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This psychotherapist asked women on an online social and business network service for women, “What are the challenges facing women today?”
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Today's showI loved today's show - it's motivated me to stick to the goals I've had for the past three years! Charlotte Atkinson
Charlotte Atkinson | 04/01/2018
Delia Dolor's Thursday 4th 2016...ShowThank you! Much love Jacqueline Grant Jacqueline Grant
Jacqueline Grant | 04/08/2016
Caribbean aid fundingWhy can't the people in the Caribbean open a medical insurance account to help them if and when they might need medical support. This is equally a way forward to help them in a time of need. Martine
Martine | 30/06/2016Did not know you switched countries. Miss your show today but will link up next week by his graces. Welcome back. Dalkeith "Dalla" Charlemagne
Dalkeith "Dalla" Charlemagne | 14/04/2016