VOA Khmer Broadcasts

Morning News

This daily 30-minute Khmer language radio program brings news about Cambodia and the world, as well as background reports, feature stories, and editorial, to Khmer listeners across Cambodia.

  • Schedule: Daily
  • Local Time: 5.00AM
  • UTC Time: 2200
  • Duration: 00:30:00
  • Listen: MP3

Coming Up 5:00 AM - 5:30 AM Friday, 06 March 2015

Evening News

This daily 60-minute Khmer-language radio program brings news about Cambodia and the world, as well as background reports, feature stories, music programs, Q&As, call-in shows, and editorials, to Khmer listeners across Cambodia.

  • Schedule: Daily
  • Local Time: 8.30 PM
  • UTC Time: 1330
  • Duration: 01:00:00
  • Listen: MP3

Coming Up 8:30 PM - 9:30 PM Friday, 06 March 2015

Hello VOA

A popular twice-weekly Khmer-language program that allows listeners to call in and participate in the broadcast by asking our guests direct questions on the air. The show is broadcast on Mondays and Thursdays at 8:50pm and lasts for 30 minutes. It features interviews with Cambodian experts on a wide range of topics, including health, politics and human rights.
 
Call us live during the program with your comments and questions.
 
Phnom Penh (Cambodia): +855-12-51-51-94  
You can also email us at hellovoa@voanews.com or send in your questions and comments through Facebook.


Education Program

This is a VOA Khmer weekly radio program aired every Saturday where guests discuss major educational issues facing Cambodia today.


Khmer Language Program

This is a VOA Khmer weekly radio program aired every Sunday about technical and social issues relating to the contemporary use, development, and preservation of the Khmer language.

Cambodian Spotlight

Watch video news reports on Cambodia. (In Khmer)


Washington Today

Washington Today is a news program that is broadcast five times weekly on Cambodian Television Network (CTN).


VOA Discovering

VOA Discovering is a video news feature program about cultural, social, health, science, economic stories from around the world and broadcast on Cambodia's national television TVK.


Mani and Mori

Practice your American English in this fun, light-hearted show. Join Mani and Mori every Friday on Facebook and YouTube.

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Ancient Cambodians Used Jars to Keep the Remains of the Deadi
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02 March 2015
Around 600 years ago, the people living in the remote Cardamom Mountains in southern Cambodia placed the bones of their dead in large jars on steep ledges hidden deep in the jungle. Ten years after discovering a large grave site full of jars, researchers are still baffled as to why ancient Cambodians used jars in this way. AP reports from Koh Kong province, Cambodia.

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