Lately for Tuesday 6 August 2019
10:20 Progress between the US and the Taliban
A deal is reportedly close between the US and the Taliban to end the long and deadly conflict in Afghanistan.
The US special envoy says excellent progress has been made in talks at a meeting in Qatar.
The BBC's Chief International Correspondent Lyse Doucet speaks with Karyn from Doha about the details.
10:30 Trade fears shake world markets
The US has labeled China a "currency manipulator" in a move that escalates already tense relations between the two countries.
World markets shook as nervous investors looked to move their money out of the fray and Wall Street suffered its worst day of the year.
Brad Gordon from Hobson Wealth Partners helps explains what's been happening.
10:45 Game Theory: New Zealand's e-sport expansion
E-sport has grown to a point where a federation has been established to oversee the gaming in New Zealand.
Duane Mutu is the founder and managing director of e-sport company, Lets Play Live.
He talks with Karyn about the New Zealand e-Sports Federation's aim to shape the future of gaming in a positive way.