7:12 Cambodia - Alice Beban

CCP leader President Hun Sen election banner in the 2013 elections.

CCP leader President Hun Sen election banner in the 2013 elections. Photo: Supplied

It's now almost forty years since  Vietnam invaded Cambodia and overthrew the Khmer Rouge regime putting an end to the killing which had left millions of Cambodians dead.

Dr Alice Beban is a sociologist and scholar of development studies at Massey University and has been following Cambodian politics closely

7:35 Upbeat

Te Ahi Kaa, winners of the NZCT Chamber Music Contest 2018 and adjudicators

Te Ahi Kaa, winners of the NZCT Chamber Music Contest 2018 and adjudicators Photo: Chamber Music New Zealand

Over the weekend Chamber Music NZ hosted the annual school music competition in Christchurch featuring the best secondary school aged musicians from around the country. This year's overall winners are a group of Maori from Whangarei called Te Ahi Ka. Upbeat host Clarissa Dunn talks to the group about the win.

8:10 Night Mail

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8:15 Dateline Pacific

CEO Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement, Kuhio Lewis.

CEO Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement, Kuhio Lewis. Photo: Supplied

RNZ Pacific's daily current affairs programme covering the major Pacific stories of the week, with background and reaction from the people making the news.  A US restaurant accused of appropriating Hawaiian culture, Assurances given a mining deal in Indonesia's Papua will benefit locals and writings from detention on Manus Island.

8:30 Window on the World

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Our Window on the World for the next five weeks at this time is the series 'Neighbourhood' - exploring the immediate areas where people live in different parts of the world.   

Among the 22 million people who get to call Mumbai home, those who are not in conventional heterosexual marriages are morally discredited and excluded from flat rentals. So, even in cosmopolitan Mumbai, couples who are not married, are forced to spin an elaborate web of deception

It's been produced by the BBC World Service in collaboration with the Sundance Institute - a non-profit organisation founded by the American actor, Robert Redford who introduces the first programme which comes from Mumbai in India.

9:10 Nights Sport

 

Dana Johannsen

Dana Johannsen Photo: Flava

This week's sportscaster lives around the corner from Eden Park - Dana Johannsen is a reporter with Stuff.

 

 

 

 

 

 

9:30 Insight

 Masterton's water plant

Masterton's water plant Photo: RNZ Insight/Laura Dooney

This week on Insight…RNZs Local Government reporter Laura Dooney takes a closer look at the huge financial pressures facing local councils trying to keep our water safe and clean.

10:17 Lately

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Lately with Karyn Hay is a late night radio show on RNZ National, with an eye on live events, an ear for music, a great sense of humour and a genuine interest in people and their stories.

11:07 Nashville Babylon

Holly Arrowsmith

Holly Arrowsmith Photo: Eventfinda

On this week's show Mark celebrates the 100th edition of Nashville Babylon with new tracks from the Warratahs, Holly Arrowsmith and Jim Lauderdale, Louisiana blues courtesy of Billy Tate, a classic from Joni Mitchell and a birthday tune for Robert Mitchum.