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Focusing on the Pacific region, the program brings you interviews with leaders, newsmakers, and people who make the Pacific beat.
||No explícitaPacific Beat PM Podcast 25th May 2017||Angry locals target candidates and MPs on the campaign trail in PNG, lashing out over a lack of service delivery in their electorates. Concerns for four Nepalese refugees in Micronesia who have been forced to live on a leaky boat for almost one year.||25/5/2017||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||No explícitaPacific Beat AM Podcast 25th May 2017||As the Regional Assistance Mission prepares to leave Solomon Islands, the government launches a second weapons amnesty and Papua New Guinea investigates how new technology could help impoverished villagers connect with the banking system.||24/5/2017||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||No explícitaPacific Beat PM Podcast 24th May 2017||A firearms amnesty begins in the Solomon Islands. How genetics rather than what you eat might make Pacific Islanders more prone to getting gout.||24/5/2017||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||No explícitaPacific Beat AM Podcast 20th May 2017||Campaigners for constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians hopeful that a national gathering in Uluru this week will move the issue closer to reality and predictions of a 50/50 chance of an El Nino weather pattern developing in the western Pacific this year could bring a return to drought conditions in Melanesia.||23/5/2017||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||No explícitaPacific Beat PM Podcast 23rd May 2017||Calls for an independent investigation into what's been described as the massacre of 17 inmates during a recent mass jailbreak in PNG. Fallout continues in Vanuatu from the national broadcaster's failure to televise the country's historic debut at the under 20 World Cup.||22/5/2017||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||No explícitaPacific Beat AM Podcast 23rd May 2017||Calls for an independent investigation into the deadly prison jail break in PNG that left 17 escapees dead. And, Vanuatu soccer fans wait to see if the national broadcaster can finally deliver live World Cup coverage of their Under20 team.||22/5/2017||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||No explícitaPacific Beat PM Podcast 22nd May 2017||Australia's immigration department admits it got the details wrong about a violent incident at the Manus Island detention centre last month, that involved gun fire and left nine people injured. Tonga's former finance minister insists no one in cabinet raised any concerns about the cost of hosting the Pacific Games||21/5/2017||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||No explícitaPacific Beat AM Podcast 22nd May 2017||Tough economic times are affecting Papua New Guinea's normally colourful election campaign, we'll hear from our PNG correspondent Eric Tlozek from the Highlands how festivities are subdued this time around. Palau on drought alert as the dry conditions related to the El Nino weather event again threaten communities across the Pacific.||21/5/2017||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||No explícitaPacific Beat PM Podcast 19th May 2017||Claims there's a climate of fear among public servants in Fiji. Fears Tonga's government is losing out on a major marketing opportunity by pulling out of the 2019 Pacific Games.||18/5/2017||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||No explícitaPacific Beat PM Podcast 18th May 2017||Optimism the 2019 Pacific Games in Tonga can be saved. And, should science and religion mix when it comes to climate change preparation in the Pacific?||17/5/2017||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|