Walkley Award-winning journalist David Speers brings his inimitable interview style and forensic analysis to Australia's most popular political affairs program.
How do students in Finland outperform children across the world while spending less time in class? Linton Besser reports on school funding, how teachers are valued, and the influence of parents in the Scandinavian country.
The deadly coronavirus has sent a wave of fear around Australia. The latest on the sports grants scandal. Why schools in Finland consistently outperform those across the developed world. Plus Mark Humphries' satirical take.
Leigh Sales interviews former UK PM David Cameron about whether he has any regrets over Brexit, his views on climate change and Australia's bushfire response. Plus Laura Tingle on PM Scott Morrison's speech at the Press Club.
The safety scandal that has rocked Boeing. The push to change paternity leave laws. Plus the mission to increase the number of firefighters from diverse backgrounds. Presented by Joe O'Brien.
Jade Cicak, a 20-year-old Barkindji woman from Menindee, near Broken Hill, New South Wales, is one of the latest Heywire winners. She shares her story of the river and drought in this Heywire clip.
7.30 profiles opthamologist James Muecke. He has been recognised for his work in preventing and treating blindness in some of the world’s poorest countries. He established a charity called ‘Sight for all’ to train eye doctors in countries like Vietnam, Cambodia and Myanmar to treat children with eye cancer. Dr Muecke is also an advocate for tackling Type 2 Diabetes, which can lead to blindness.
A Sydney man stranded in Wuhan due to the outbreak of the coronavirus is desperate to come home. Plus the court battle over climate change that could shake the superannuation industry.
A combination of testimonies and exclusive aerial images. This sensitive experience is an introspection into who we are today as a community, but also and most importantly, as an individual. Through wars, inequalities, discriminations, but also love and family, this film confronts us with the realities and the diversity of our human conditions.
Hugh investigates microplastics and asks the questions 'Where do microplastics come from?', 'What effect do microplastics have on the natural world?'. Did you know two thirds of the clothes we buy contain plastic? What happens when these items are washed? How can we reduce the amount of microplastics entering the waterways?
With unreleased archive interviews and footage with George Harrison, exclusive interviews with Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam, Richard E Grant, Neil Jordan, and unseen interviews with Bob Hoskins, this documentary explores HandMade Films baptism by fire, the risks it took in producing uniquely crafted intelligent films, and the stories that grew up around it. Alternative title: Monty Python's Accidental Studio.
Casual workers warned to watch out for 'junk insurance' attached to superannuation. Peter Dutton's office was suspected of leaking 'classified' medevac information. Presented by Joe O'Brien.
Patients are being forced to sit in ambulances because emergency departments are full. Plus the sports grants scandal. Presented by Joe O'Brien.
Businesses frustrated as fire-prevention technology is linked to blackouts. An increasing percentage of people on the age pension are working part-time to supplement their income. Presented by Joe O'Brien.
Journalist Karla Grant sits down with renowned playwright and Sydney Festival Creative Director Wesley Enoch to talk about his life, inspirations and his love of storytelling through the arts. Enoch also explores what the 250th anniversary of Captain Cooks landing in Australia means for our collective culture and discusses how Australians can mark this historic moment.
Young people are leaving private health insurance because of the high costs. Plus a university program offering mentoring and support to students on the autism spectrum. Presented by Joe O'Brien.
Melissa Doyle leads a team of Australia's best reporters, breaking the stories that matter.
Hugh realises that hundreds of thousands of tonnes of plastic is exported from the UK to Malaysian every year. With the help of Greenpeace and a local environmental action group, he visits some illegal plastic processing plants and is shocked by what he finds. Mountains of plastic bags and packaging that are clearly from the UK and Europe contaminate the environment and waterways of Malaysia. Consumers are under the impression their local council is recycling their waste but it appears that this
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