Stories include, 'Turnbull survives leadership challenge', 'Thousands forced to accept casual work', 'Inquiry begins into Britain's role in Iraq', 'Obama vows to finish job in Afghanistan', 'Ex-US official discusses quitting over war', 'Go-ahead for combat aircraft purchase'.
The second episode begins in 1928, with the historic flight of the Southern Cross across the Pacific Ocean, followed throughout the 1930s by the continuing struggle to maintain an Australian-owned aviation industry in the face of powerful international airline businesses.
The federal election of October 2004 heralded a major shift on the political landscape when the pulpit became a place for politicians to confess their faith and seek the evangelical Christian vote. It also saw the flexing of the zealot muscle of the Christian lobby on major senate issues such as gay marriage, euthanasia and embryonic stem cell research.
Stories include, 'Climate change crunch time', 'Penny Wong joins The 7.30 Report', 'Political editor Chris Uhlmann discusses ETS drama', 'BHP poised to make fresh bid for rival?', 'Turnbull declares victory on ETS'.
Stories include, 'Crunch day for Emissions Trading bill looms', 'Dramatic disability reform announced', 'SA Premier denies sex allegations', 'British backlash against Afghanistan conflict'.
Stories include, 'Turnbull faces ETS showdown', 'LA aims to be coal-free by 2020', 'Private climate documents hacked, published', 'Tim Flannery discusses hacked climate emails', 'Fearnley humiliated by Jetstar's wheelchair rules', 'Asylum seeker riot under investigation', 'SA Premier denies affair claims'.
In part two Pria reflects on how sex-saturated our modern culture is, with hard core pornography available on-line 24/7 and 70% of the net having pornographic content. He interviews NSW Police Commissioner Ken Moroney about how gruesome the cases of rape and sexual assault in NSW have become, while Clive Hamilton laments the obvious link between porn and the commission of sex crimes.
John Pilger gives the Sydney Peace Prize Lecture condemns war in the middle east and Australia’s treatment of refugees and Aboriginal Australians. Captain Richard Phillips tells of his ordeal being hijacked by Somali pirates.
Stories include, 'Be inspired', 'Affairs of state', 'Game on', and 'Dead set legends'.
Not far from the Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, is the Danish island of Samso, which thinks it has the answers to tackling climate change that everyone else can learn from. India is caught in a vicious circle in the climate change debate... like China and Brazil it's been told it's exempt from agreements to cut emissions because it's developing, but the fact the country is developing means it's coming under closer scrutiny for its pollution. Plus, the Danish Minister for Climate and Energy, Connie Hedegaard, faces a daunting task... she's hosting the Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen and says failure to reach agreement over the future 'is not an option'.
Philosopher and theologian Dr Conor Cunningham talks to some of the world's eminent evolutionary biologists, geneticists and philosophers to examine whether the latest advances in evolutionary theory do in fact kill God.
60 Minutes is Australia's leading current affairs programme, with a proven record of excellence over three decades. Television's top reporters - Liz Hayes, Michael Usher, Allison Langdon, Tara Brown, Charles Wooley and Ross Coulthart - investigate, analyse and uncover the issues affecting all Australians.
Stories include, 'Abbott's flip creates another emissions rift', 'No deaths despite catastrophic fire conditions', 'Herman van Rompuy named EU's first president', 'Gang allegedly murdered to sell body fat', 'Frontbenchers debate asylum seekers, emissions trading', 'Correspondent Stephen Long discusses US economy', 'Peter Cundall says police acted politically', 'Push to recognise Australian painting master'.
Stories include, 'Health overhaul frustration', 'Financial planners put on notice', 'Water shortage in the Sunshine State', 'Dramatic images of drought devastation', 'Clarke and Dawe with an apologetic Rudd'.
“In Defence of God” former federal treasurer Joe Hockey gives a speech on religion at The Sydney Institute.
Stories include, 'Rudd won't delay emissions trading push', 'Heatwave brings catastrophic fire conditions', 'Abbott discusses climate change science', 'Afghanistan's Karzai returned after controversial election', 'Turkey disrupts sanction intentions for Iran'.
A show that defies description about a world that demands it.
In February 2003, millions of people worldwide took to their streets desperate to stop an unjust war. No amount of protest, no amount of suspicion about the justification for war could quiet the beating drums. Did the people know something their governments did not? This program chronicles the inside journey of the coalition of the willing from the days following 9/11 to the bombing of Baghdad.
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