Evil in the outback. How the chance discovery of two bodies, five years and 1000km apart, were connected and helped police catch a monster; the muppets from Sesame Street celebrate 50 years; what makes Ricky Gervais laugh out loud.
In a world where no one feels safe from radicalism and global terrorism, Sebastian Junger examines the failed state of Syria through his lens.
Liane Moriarty has sold 14 million novels, but Australians had barely heard of her when she became a literary superstar in the US, and Hollywood came knocking at her door.
Part detective story and part personal travelogue, this series takes viewers on a deeply emotional and unpredictable journey as the contributors search for answers about where they have come from, and who they could have been. Some will find answers, and others will be left with greater questions about their adoption and the truth of their past.
Australian survivors of the New Zealand volcano disaster have been flown home for medical care. Plus Westpac faced the wrath of its angry shareholders today.
Death, dementia and Twitter trolls: real life is a rich source of material for the British comedian David Baddiel. He speaks with Jane Hutcheon.
Australian families continue to wait anxiously for news about loved ones following the volcano eruption in New Zealand. Plus the residents enduring sleepless nights because of bushfires.
Paul Fletcher addresses the topic: Keeping Australians Safe Online - The Morrison Government's World-Leading Online Safety Agenda.
After a childhood spent hiding her Aboriginal heritage, Sharon Payne worked for 40 years to champion the rights of indigenous people. She speaks with Jane Hutcheon.
In a world exclusive, Barrister-turned-informer Nicola Gobbo met with a 7.30 team in a secret international location, not where she lives, to speak out about her treatment by Victoria Police
Julie Bates spent four decades hiding the truth of her life as a sex worker. Now she's casting off the shame as her activism is rewarded with an Order of Australia. She opens up to Jane Hutcheon.
*Strong language warning* A wrap up of the best funny, sad and touching moments on Q and A from the last 12 years. Featuring Bill Gates, Julia Gillard, Malcolm Turnbull, Kevin Rudd, Barry Humphries, Jackie Lambie, John Howard and more.
The 2019 finale of QandA. Joining Tony Jones on the panel Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese, Indigenous leader Pat Turner, author Sisonke Msimang and ANU Vice-Chancellor Brian Schmidt.
Australia's leading forum for media analysis and comment, presented by Paul Barry.
More than 18 months after her journey began, Tracey uncovers how MeToo is transforming Australia.
When Justine Barwick went for a swim off her yacht in Queensland’s iconic Whitsundays region last year, she had no idea her life would change in minutes. She was bitten by a shark just as she dived under water in Cid Harbour. A dramatic twilight helicopter rescue ferried the unconscious woman to Mackay hospital where surgeons managed against all odds to save her life and her leg. Her attack became the first of three in a matter of weeks in the Whitsundays. Five attacks since September last year have ignited a heated conversation about shark control in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park area. In the midst of the debate, Justine Barwick remains resolute about maintaining a positive attitude about her recovery and the Whitsundays.
It's been a horror start to the bushfire season and volunteer firefighters are preparing for a long and drawn out campaign. It's dangerous work, unpaid and around the clock, with their day jobs and families put on hold.
10 years after the devastating tsunami which killed over 140,000, Aceh is not just a disaster story, it is also a story of resilience, recovery and international solidarity. In Indonesian/Acehnese with English subtitles.
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