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


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


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 This Week វ៉ាស៊ីនតោន​​សប្តាហ៍​នេះ

VOA Khmer SAPADA or វ៉ាស៊ីនតោន​សប្តាហ៍​នេះ is a weekly television magazine show that combines interesting Cambodian news, the most important world and US news of the week, more interesting feature stories about social and economic issues in the US and the world, one American idiom for you to learn, and ending with trailers of the latest movies playing in theaters.


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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US Seeking Stronger Ties as Cambodia’s Political Reforms Move Forward​i
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28 August 2014
A senior US diplomat says the country is looking to strengthen ties with Cambodia, now that the opposition has ended a boycott of the National Assembly. “We want to have a good relationship with the nation of Cambodia, the people of Cambodia,” Scot Marciel, the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for East Asia and Pacific Bureau, told VOA Khmer in an exclusive interview. “We have an interest in a Cambodia that is successful, democratic, more prosperous, enjoying good health, and good education. Again, this is mostly up to the Cambodian people but we want to be supportive because it’s in our interest for Cambodia to be successful.” The US has made a recent diplomatic resurgence in Asia, where China’s influence continues to grow.​ Marciel, who is visiting the country, said Wednesday that Cambodia’s moves toward electoral reforms are encouraging. “I think what we’re looking to see, like the Cambodian people, the people here have made it clear that they would like to see some more reforms some progress on some of the challenges that the Cambodia faces, and we feel the same way,” he said. “We are hopeful that the government and the parliament as it is now seated can move ahead on some of the reforms that people here have called for. We think that would be a positive step.” (Sok Khemara, Washington)

English with Mani & Mori

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Doze Off (Movie: Hairspray)i
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25 August 2014
You can say, "I don't know why, but every time I eat 'prahok' (Cambodian anchovy) I find myself 'dozing off' all the time." What does it mean? Watch here. For more videos - go to facebook.com/voakhmer or www.youtube.com/KhmerSpecialEnglish. To contact Mani & Mori - write to them at maniandmori@gmail.com.
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Video Doze Off (Movie: Hairspray)

You can say, "I don't know why, but every time I eat 'prahok' (Cambodian anchovy) I find myself 'dozing off' all the time." What does it mean? Watch here. For more videos - go to facebook.com/voakhmer or youtube.com/KhmerSpecialEnglish. To contact Mani & Mori - write to them at maniandmori@gmail.
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Video Scratch Someone's Back (Movie: Batman Begins)

You can say, "Yeah sure, I can get you a job at CNN easily. Now, if 'YOU SCRATCH MY BACK, I'LL SCRATCH YOURS'." What does it mean? Watch here. For more videos - go to youtube.com/KhmerSpecialEnglish. To contact Mani & Mori - write to them at maniandmori@gmail.com.
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Video Wild Goose Chase (Movie: Inside Man)

You can say, "The policeman was sent on a 'wild goose chase' to find the killer. All the clues that were given to him turned out to be false." What does it mean? Watch here.
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Video Let Bygones Be Bygones (Movie: The Social Network)

You can say, "I know he hurt you, he gave up on you, and that broke your heart. But that's the past, you have to 'let bygones be bygones." What does it mean? Watch here. For more videos - go to youtube.com/KhmerSpecialEnglish. To contact Mani & Mori - write to them at maniandmori@gmail.com.
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