Ash Barty tells 7.30 about her career and how she views Australians and their relationship with sport.
The ABC’s Michael Rowland interviews the Prime Minister about the responses by the different levels of government to the unprecedented bushfire season. They also discuss climate change and the hostile reception the PM has received in some bushfire affected regions.
*Strong language warning* A wrap up of the best funny, sad and touching moments on Q and A from the last 12 years. Featuring Bill Gates, Julia Gillard, Malcolm Turnbull, Kevin Rudd, Barry Humphries, Jackie Lambie, John Howard and more.
Dylan Storer speaking for the second time on Q and A about your generation
Dylan Storer answering Peter Symonds question on climate
Let's Talk About Sects podcast producer Sarah Steel joins Weekend Today to discuss some of the reasons people join cults and why they sometimes find it difficult to leave.
*May contain images of people who have passed* Rachel speaks with traditional owners of Uluru the day after the closure of climbing.
*May contain images of people who have passed* NITV interviews a young ranger at Uluru about his opinions regarding the closure of climbing at Uluru. Why is it important for the traditional owners of Uluru that there are no more feet on this sacred site? How do you think the closure will affect tourism at Uluru?
*May contain images of people who have passed* Ryan interviews his father and hears his views on the closure of climbing at Uluru. What kind of things did the board achieve in the 1980s? Why was it important that tour guides became accredited by the local Aboriginal board? To what did Johnny liken the damage on the rock made by the removal of the climbing chains?
The hilarious Angelina and Chelsea hit the streets of Brisbane to find out what the public thinks about the closure of climbing at Uluru. They also get the public to come up with some alternative options for tourists to climb that are not Aboriginal sacred sites!
A Catalan voter records video of a woman with blood on her face, later, this image is claimed to be fake news despite it being real.
In this clip from Four Corners, journalists discuss the challenges they come up against in this era of 'fake news'.
This clip explains how fake news and rumours are now being shared via messaging apps such as WhatsApp. The problem is so serious WhatsApp has launched a campaign in an attempt to stop false information being spread in the lead up to events such the Indian elections.
When La Trobe University academic Benjamin Habib suffered a panic attack during an interview on ABC News Breakfast three years ago, his private struggle with anxiety became very public. Virginia Trioli revisits the international relations lecturer to learn how a moment of humiliation came to inform discussions about anxiety, as he shared what it felt like to "freeze on national television" with the world.
Discover the challenges the Manjit's business faces when looking for change in their very stable business run by an enthusiastic family.
Discover how things have changed for the Gujral family over time. Marriage is a whole different concept to when Manjit and his wife were married, arranged marriages and not the way things work now.
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