Jane Hutcheon sits down with sports stars, celebrities, philosophers, politicians and public figures from Australia and overseas, for an in-depth conversation.
Is the Australian economy heading for recession? Plus investigations continue into the crimes of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Presented by Leigh Sales.
Filmmaker PJ Hogan drew on the challenges of his own childhood to make the hit movie Muriel's Wedding. Life has continued to throw him curve balls, with none so tough as having two autistic children.
As researchers call the value of homework into question, hear parents on both sides of the debate and meet the principal who's made homework optional: Central Coast Sports College's Paul Chapman.
More Australians evacuated out of Wuhan as coronavirus continues to spread. Leigh Sales interviews former Australian ambassador to Washington, Joe Hockey. Plus the schools where students aren't required to do homework.
Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia Philip Lowe delivers a National Press Club address at Doltone House in Sydney.
Nyadol Nyuon grew up in a Kenyan refugee camp and moved to Australia in her teens. She defied the low expectations of her teachers to become a lawyer and advocate for refugees and human rights.
We speak to Australian matchmakers ready to share their trade secrets. Does true love need a helping hand or should we leave it to serendipity? And is matchmaking back?
The fight over the leadership of the National Party. Plus the agriculture industry counts the cost of the bushfires. Presented by Leigh Sales.
This final episode of the series follows the fate of Nazifa and her family as they make a final attempt to reach Germany. We meet Sadiq, who took just 45 days to travel from Afghanistan to his dream destination of Finland, but the welcome he experienced when he arrived has not sustained. Across Europe, policies have changed and deals have been struck. If Sadiq's asylum claim fails, he faces forced deportation. Across the Atlantic, the USA is no longer welcoming refugees from the Middle East. President Trump's executive orders have far reaching consequences for those who were on the verge of emigrating to join family members already in the USA.
As founders of Lonely Planet, Tony Wheeler and his wife Maureen cornered a market and built a multi-million-dollar travel guide empire. The business has now been sold, but Tony remains a tireless globetrotter.
The impact of the rise of the right reverberates across Europe. Nazifa and Latif make a potentially life-changing decision. We revisit Israa and her family from the first series, who risked their lives escaping Syria in 2015 and made the terrifying journey to Europe when borders were open and refugees welcome. They're living in a flat in Germany and Israa faces her first day at school. Meanwhile, Azizula must face his fears and attempt to cross the Hungarian border, knowing it is patrolled by armed guards who use dogs to deter and attack the refugees attempting to cut through the fence from Serbia to Hungary.
Host Hamish Macdonald takes the program to Bega, sharing the stories of bushfire-affected communities and giving people impacted the chance to ask questions and take part in a conversation about disaster management.
This is Australia's premier investigative journalism program. Since 1961, the team have been exposing scandals, triggering inquiries, firing debate and confronting taboos.
Australia's leading forum for media analysis and comment, presented by Paul Barry.
Bridget McKenzie resigns from cabinet and as Nationals deputy leader over the sports rorts affair. Plus hundreds of Australians have been evacuated from the coronavirus epicentre, Wuhan. Presented by Leigh Sales.
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