Spend your Sunday morning on the couch with Australia's sharpest political minds as they take you to the heart of the action with political news, interviews, analysis and laughs. Presented by Fran Kelly.
A remarkable love story about a married couple who transcended gender roles, and a community that came together to support a transgender woman in pursuit of her dream.
Internationally renowned detective, Colin McLaren, the man who cracked the case of who really killed JFK, sets out to find answers to questions that still surround the death of Princess Diana. With 30 years of detective experience, McLaren re-examines every aspect of the French and British investigations, to arrive at the real truth of how and why the car carrying the Princess crashed in Paris on that fateful night. McLaren then goes where no other program has gone before: he tracks down and confronts the driver of the mysterious car that collided with the Princess before the crash; and thus finds the answer to the most troubling question of all.
Rupi Kaur is a young Canadian poet who harnesses her huge social media following to confront social taboos. Now with a bestselling book under her belt, she says she's outgrown the title of 'instapoet'.
Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events. Find out about what it's like to live on Newstart and a look at the draft religious freedom legislation that has been released, Adam Bienkov speaks on Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament and Barabbas Loins attends an anti-abortion rally thanks to satirist Mark Humphries.
Vir Das is an Indian comedian and Bollywood actor who draws on provocative themes like religion, race and politics for his stand-up act. He's sold out stadiums and starred in 10 films, but Das refuses to embrace fame.
So far on the journey, the travellers have had their views confronted and their emotions pushed to the limit, but the travellers are about to face their biggest test yet. Heading south to Calgary, the group hit the front lines to experience life on the streets, getting a glimpse into the humanity of both those working to help and those struggling with their circumstances.
Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events, from exclusive investigations about renewable energy, Education Minister Dan Tehan discusses NAPLAN and the latest results and Australia's greatest tennis player assesses the current stars.
The Minister for Education Dan Tehan addresses the National Press Club.
Jenny Brockie takes a look at what it's like to be convicted of a crime and later be cleared of charges.
Reporter Eric Campbell was living in Barcelona when the Spanish state cracked down on its 2017 independence vote, clubbing voters and firing rubber bullets. Eric explores how this cultural capital suddenly became a war zone.
Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events, from exclusive investigations about Centrelink's robodebt scheme as well as the strong link between implants and cancer resulting in women seeking to have the implants removed. Get exclusive updates from the Labor Party who are fighting to expel John Setka, cancer cells that are being transported to space and an initiative project bringing endangered marsupials back from the brick.
Panellists: NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian; Kristina Keneally, Senator for NSW; William Gillett, Loxton, SA; Aurora Matchett, Miranda, NSW; Willoughby Duff, Booragoon, WA; and Varsha Yajman, Asquith, NSW.
In a Canberra court room one of the most controversial trials ever to be held in Australia will soon get under way. The case is highly sensitive, with key evidence central to the allegations unlikely to ever be heard by the public. A former spy and his lawyer have been charged with conspiring to reveal secret information relating to an Australian intelligence operation aimed at a friendly foreign government. The two men involved are a former intelligence operative known only as Witness K and his lawyer, the former ACT attorney-general Bernard Collaery. Witness K and Collaery are accused of disclosing an Australian bugging operation carried out in the government offices of Timor Leste in 2004. Four Corners investigates the extraordinary steps the Australian government has taken to prosecute these men and to keep them silent.
Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events, from the property market rebounding, the government crackdown on prescription opioids and whether Question Time in the parliament is necessary. Kate McClymont discusses the latest ICAC inquiry into donations to the Labor Party and the latest from an environmental catastrophe is unfolding in the Amazon jungle where widespread fires could have planetary-wide implications.
A widely respected and quirky political figure, Tim Fischer's remarkable career began as a 20-year-old conscript fighting in the jungles in Vietnam and ended in the Vatican as Australia's top diplomat. But the Boy from Boree Creek (a tiny town near Wagga Wagga) made his greatest contribution in politics as the deputy prime minister, and will be remembered for the key role he played in reforming Australia's gun laws. Recently as his health faded, Tim’s family invited Australian Story to join them on what turned out to be one of his last trips to his home town of Boree Creek. By train, of course.
Sock jock Jones; Press freedom inquiry and Transgender agenda. Presented by Paul Barry.
The fourth of a series of documentary films that have followed the lives of 14 British children since 1964, when they were seven years old. The children were selected to represent the range of socio-economic backgrounds in Britain at that time, with the explicit assumption that each child's social class predetermines their future. Director Michael Apted returns 21 years on as the subjects, now aged 28, talk about their lives and their hopes the future.
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