He's one of Australia's leading actors, but as a young man John Howard lacked confidence. After flunking medical and legal studies, his sense of self-worth soared when he discovered acting. He sits down with Jane Hutcheon.
A worker, a driver and an enthusiast reflect on the demise of the iconic Holden brand. Plus high prices and strict regulation is driving a growing black market in medical cannabis oil. Presented by Leigh Sales.
While Australia ponders opening new coal fields, Germany has reached an agreement between government, mining and energy companies and unions to phase out brown coal by 2038 in return for a $60 billion injection of funds.
William Yang has spent five decades exploring cultural and sexual identity through his work as a photographer. After coming out as gay, it took him many more years to shrug off shame around his Chinese heritage.
Accomplished journalist and presenter Hamish Macdonald leads a panel of guests and members of the public in a surprising and thought-provoking discussion that will challenge our thinking on big and complex issues.
Four Corners uncovers evidence of how a desire to protect reputation at all costs has allowed a toxic culture to flourish. Louise Milligan reports on “Boys Club” and a culture which allegedly thrives within St. Kevin’s College in Toorak.
Australia's leading forum for media analysis and comment, presented by Paul Barry.
A cyclist dead on a country road with very few clues as to who hit him. Against all odds, two country cops track down the driver, only to discover he is connected to another death.
What happens when the government wants your land for a major infrastructure project? An Australian woman who contracted coronavirus on the Diamond Princess talks from isolation in hospital. Presented by Leigh Sales.
Australia's current affairs program with a proven record of excellence over several decades. Join television's top reporters as they investigate, analyse, and uncover the issues affecting all Australians.
Pip Courtney hosts Australia's pre-eminent regional and rural television program, covering farming, weather, food, innovation, mining, fisheries, agribusiness, commodity prices and other issues affecting regional communities.
Walkley Award-winning journalist David Speers joins the program, bringing his inimitable interview style and forensic analysis to Australia's most popular political affairs program.
Rosie Batty has been a tireless crusader against family violence since her son Luke was murdered by his father in 2014. After years of activism and a clutch of accolades, she's finally allowing herself to grieve.
With more revelations emerging in the sports grants saga, clubs that missed out on funding are looking for answers. In part four of our housing special we look at some of the people and businesses thinking differently about Australia's housing affordability crisis.
As one of Australia's most prominent social justice advocates, Tim Costello has fought against poverty and inequity for much of his life. He speaks with Jane Hutcheon about faith, humanity and what the future holds.
In part three of our housing special we look at how state and federal governments are helping to fuel the housing boom. Plus we separate fact from fiction on the Coronavirus. Presented by Leigh Sales.
Australia's chief scientist Dr Alan Finkel delivers a Press Club address on the topic: Planned Obsolescence - managing the transition to the electric planet.
Melissa Kang was the longest-serving 'Dolly Doctor', answering letters from adolescents for 23 years. While the magazine has closed and teenagers now turn to the internet, Dr Kang says the concerns are largely unchanged.
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