The critical media debate over easing the coronavirus COVID-19 lockdown. Why we must not minimise the dangers. Pain continues for media industry as local news titles cease printing. Sport and entertainment reporters mine the archives to fill the void.
When 16-year-old music student James Morrison met legendary jazz man Don Burrows in 1978, it was one of the biggest turning points in his life. After hearing James play, Don immediately took the young trumpeter under his wing, becoming his mentor and even inviting him to join the Burrows band. It was the beginning of a touching and enduring friendship, on stage and off. James Morrison went on to become Australia's most prominent jazz musician, and has never forgotten all that Don did for him. Now with Don Burrows about to turn 88 and in fading health, the tables have turned. It's time for James to look after Don.
People are adopting healthcare workers to help those on front line of battle against coronavirus COVID-19. Year 12 students nationwide preparing for a very different year. Panic buying making life difficult for some in rural Australia. Professor Peter Collignon wants a balanced approach to restrictions. "The only thing that will really allow life as we once knew it to resume is a vaccine," Dr Norman Swan says. Australians stranded in Argentina and India plead for federal government help to get home.
Cruise Ship Nightmare Developments on the Ruby Princess fiasco. Why NSW police have launched a criminal investigation into what went on aboard the vessel, and later the disembarkation of 2700 passengers seemingly without proper medical scrutiny. Plus how foreign registered cruise ships are being forced to return to their home ports. Medical Shortage There are calls from frontline medical staff in Australia for more personal protective equipment, amid fears they have about contracting COVID-19. Why vital medical equipment was shipped from Australia to China, when it was needed here. Global Crisis How Australia is coping with social distancing. A coronavirus update from federal health Minister Greg Hunt US COVID-19 Situation The ongoing horror story coronavirus has brought to the United States, including a unique perspective from former Australian ambassador to the US, Joe Hockey.
Unrivalled access to Wuhan under lockdown reveals the tension, courage and commitment of the people on the frontline against coronavirus COVID-19. What can China's lessons teach the world?
As more people of faith become climate change activists, three Australian Christians reveal what leads them to take non-violent action in support of the climate emergency.
A caterpillar with a frightening reputation invades Australian shores. Precious honey bees in short supply for agriculture. Beneficial bugs keeping pest insects at bay. Plus the effect of coronavirus COVID-19 on farming.
Increasing numbers of older people are living alone, while students and low income earners are finding it hard to find places to live as rents soar. This program follows people taking the first steps to match and hopefully hit it off.
David Speers interviews ACTU Secretary Sally McManus. Mike Bowers is joined by a special guest for Talking Pictures. On the couch are RN Drive’s host Patricia Karvelas, The Age and Sydney Morning Herald’s David Crowe and The Australian’s Simon Benson to discuss the coronavirus COVID-19 response including a $130 billion wage subsidy, free childcare package, private hospitals deal, border restrictions, cruise ships and more.
An inside look at how Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's henchmen did his bidding, what led to his downfall, and why he was ultimately killed in Idlib, a territory not controlled by ISIS.
The Point explores our unique sense of humour and how we used comedy as a way to have our voices heard. Reporter Madeline Hayman-Reber takes a look at the impact our stand-up comics are having on the comedy circuit. And, we examine the impact films like Barbecue Area have had in discussing the impact of colonisation on our people. Presented by John Paul Janke and Rachael Hocking.
The unmissable final chapter a cinematic, feature-length event, transporting you to the heart of power in the global Catholic church. This is the story of a man who has kept a shocking secret for decades. Until now.
Children send messages of love to isolated and distant grandparents. The government announces free childcare for anyone who is working. Teaching your own children is harder than it looks. Meet some workers who won't get the JobKeeper wage subsidy. What can be done with the thousands of passengers on cruise ships in Australia? More than a dozen aged care facilities have coronavirus cases. RSPCA sees a spike in animal adoptions as people stay at home. Coronavirus presents a dilemma for grandparents who help with child care.
The rate of coronavirus COVID-19 infection appears to be slowing but don't celebrate yet. Two mates tell how easily the virus spread between them after catching an Uber. Coronavirus restrictions are putting a strain on the internet.
Sarah goes to the maximum security prison where Bernard McGrath, a prolific paedophile, is incarcerated. In a tense exchange, McGrath moves between denial and revelation about his crimes.
Coronavirus COVID-19 is a global threat unlike anything we’ve seen in our lifetime. As we all come to terms with the pandemic, Insight asks: How are people around the world coping? And what can Australian learn from other countries responses?
While the world shuts down, Singapore is open for business. Learning from the SARS outbreak, Singapore acted on its pandemic plan before the new virus turned up. Eric Campbell explores the secrets to its success.
With all the noise and fear surrounding coronavirus COVID-19, we dedicate this episode to stories of love and hope.
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