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This 30-minute daily TV magazine program brings information about Africa, the United States, and the world to viewers across Africa.
Change on the world wide web happens fast. To help you keep up, we offer "The Link" - VOA's weekly look at breaking trends on the internet. If it's new, online and something you want to know about, you'll learn about it on "The Link."
A lively news magazine show featuring VOA correspondent reports, interviews with African officials, opposition leaders, NGOs and human rights activists. New features look at science and technology, environmental issues, humanitarian topics, the African diaspora, business, arts and culture. Music and the popular sports segment Sonny Side of Sports round out the show.
Join us at the American Cafe on the Voice of America. Every weekend, host David Byrd introduces you to stories from and about the United States of America - whether it's a topic making headlines, a discussion of new trends, or just sharing a slice of life as it's lived in the U.S. American Cafe provides you with just the right mix to keep you interested and informed. Join the conversation, by submitting questions and comments, via email, telephone, or through the post.
Crossroads Asia offers unique stories and perspectives -- with in-depth interviews, and analysis. For news and information about what matters most to Asian listeners, join Host Sarah Williams week nights for a complete wrap-up of the latest news from China, South Korea, Japan and other important points in this key corner of the world.
Each morning, Daybreak Africa looks at the latest developments on the continent, starting with headline news and providing in-depth interviews, reports from VOA correspondents, sports news as well as listener comments.
Daybreak Asia is a 30-minute news and interview program, that gives Asian listeners an informative start to their day. Join Host Les Carpenter and the Daybreak team for perspectives from China, Vietnam, South Korea and other Pacific Rim nations that you won't hear anywhere else. It's a great way to start your day.
A light-hearted, laughter filled show that takes a look at everyday life - everything from where to find the best street food, to African comedy and storytelling, to the impact of cell phones on modern life.
Listen to Middle East Monitor, the Voice of America's evening program that wraps up the days' events and looks at the stories behind the stories. Information from and about the Middle East includes in-depth reports and analysis, and interviews with newsmakers shaping events. You will also find features on sports, culture, music, and more. Listener comments and feedback round out this 30-minute program.
Host Carol Castiel and other panelists interview best-selling authors, analysts, politicians, US government officials, ambassadors and foreign heads of state about critical issues facing the US and the world.
Join veteran journalist Shaka Ssali as he and his guests discuss topics of special interest to Africans, including politics, economic development, press freedom, health, social issues and conflict resolution. and the Internet at www.VOAafrica.com.
A far-ranging, highly personal exploration of American life by veteran Voice of America reporter and essayist, Ted Landphair. Ted tell us about the thousands of places he has visited and written about as an international broadcaster and author of more than 50 'coffee table' books.
On this fresh, fast-paced show, co-hosts located in the U.S. and in Africa talk to teens and young adults about trends, lifestyles, health, entertainment, and other issues touching listeners’ lives [30 minutes]