Locals in Raymond Island and other parts of Australia have come together to look after animals caught up in the bushfires. Koalas, kangaroos, birds and wombats are in danger of population decrease due to injuries and lack of food.
Australians are opening their homes to wildlife injured and orphaned in the bushfires. Farmers are being forced to send more and more of their breeding stock to slaughter because of the drought. Presented by Michael Rowland.
Former nun Margaret Harrod turned whistleblower on her twin brother - a Catholic priest - when she realised he was sexually abusing children. He's now in jail. Margaret speaks with Eleanor Hall.
Residents of Conjola Park on the NSW south coast return to survey the bushfire damage, a couple from Cobargo NSW narrowly avoided death as their home was destroyed, plus Michael Rowland interviews actor Tom Hanks.
Ella Holcombe lost her parents and home in the Black Saturday bushfires 10 years ago. She's now written a children's book based on her story, and is speaking publicly for the first time. She sits down with Eleanor Hall.
As Australia's bushfire emergency continues, 7.30 follows some of the people evacuated from Mallacoota, Victoria. We also go inside the devastated town of Batlow, NSW. Presented by Michael Rowland.
Ellen Fanning interviews the outgoing director of Sydney Festival, Wesley Enoch.
Clementine Ford is a feminist author and commentator whose views attract both acclaim and abuse. She speaks with Jane Hutcheon about body image, bullying, and the business of being outspoken.
After a year of extremes, from weather to politics 7.30 reflects on the highlights, heartbreak and heroes of 2019 with Kerry O'Brien, Annabel Crabb, Adam Liaw, Magda Szubanski, Costa Georgiadis, Julia Zemiro and Kevin Sheedy.
After more than a decade of hard work and failure, author Markus Zusak has finally finished the book he always wanted to write, Bridge of Clay. He also learnt a valuable lesson: there's greatness in the attempt.
Charlie and The Weekly team look back on the year and ask "2018, what the hell happened?" Leadership spills, cave rescues, Trump summits and Tom Gleeson's tilt for Denyer Logie Gold. Plus, a final farewell to Kitty Flanagan.
Coastal communities are being threatened by erosion on both sides of the country. Plus the reality of the teaching life - inside and outside the classroom.
Actor and playwright Kate Mulvany has faced many challenges, from childhood cancer to losing a partner to suicide a decade ago. Despite the setbacks, her life as a performer and writer has become one of her greatest joys.
16-month-old Arianna died at a childcare centre in August 2018. More than a year later her parents are still waiting to find out exactly what happened.
Melbourne schoolgirl Jade Hameister is the youngest person to complete the polar hat-trick, reaching both North and South Poles and crossing Greenland on skis by the age of 16. She speaks with Jane Hutcheon.
On Dec 20, 1939, PM Robert Menzies announced Australia's first international broadcast service. From radio, to TV, digital, mobile, social, and streaming, we have taken an Australian voice to the Asia Pacific and the world.
Putting the 'real' back into reality TV, the award-winning series with no narrator and no agendas, just authentic stories told in people's own words. Immerse yourself in the life of extraordinary Australians.
The collapse of vocational training colleges is leaving students without qualifications and often thousands of dollars of VET FEE-HELP debt.
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