Meet Wahwah an African boy who took hearts of Australian families 13 years ago and soon forgotten after the limelight. Find out about his story and where he is now.
An epic road trip raises funds for spinal research; voracious seals eating up livelihoods; millions of bees on the move; regenerative agriculture paying off for primary producers.
Fran Kelly and the panel look back on the week in parliament, including media freedom and whistleblower protection, free trade, drought relief, National party tensions, asylum seekers and what we learnt from Senate Estimates.
On the 102nd anniversary of the Battle of Beersheba, this program showcases participants in the Light Horse re-enactment and the Ride Like an Anzac commemorative bike ride.
Karla Grant gets deep and personal with 2004 Australian Idol winner, singer and actress, Casey Donovan.
Blanche d'Alpuget is a writer and the second wife of former prime minister Bob Hawke. She sits down with Jane Hutcheon to discuss love, lust and politics.
Jonda Stephen killed her partner in self-defence but police charged her with murder. The monthly dinner for people with autism. Plus satirist Mark Humphries looks at the week in politics.
Jacqui Lambie was a teen mother who battled depression and alcohol dependency before becoming one of Australia's most colourful politicians. She was forced out of the Senate but says she'll fight to regain her seat.
Peta and Ricky live in a small town in the Riverina and are parents to five-year-old twins Cody and Bree. Cody also has Dent disease, a chronic kidney condition that also affects his speech and physical development. Cody's condition requires constant medical attention, including regular specialist visits as far away as Sydney and Melbourne. For parents Peta and Ricky, the lack of specialist healthcare in the country - and the cost - is an endless struggle.
Owners of apartments affected by the cladding crisis in Victoria have told of the emotional toll it has taken on them. Plus meet some of the retired Australians joining the climate protests.
Hana Assafiri is a restaurateur and activist who strives to combat Islamophobia and improve the lives of Muslim women. She tells Jane Hutcheon her fighting spirit was born from a childhood marred by long-term abuse and secrecy.
Polar bears, caribou and whales. Alaska’s indigenous tribes are fiercely proud of their pristine land but with Trump pushing to open up its largest protected wilderness for oil exploration, could it be under threat?
Jenny Brockie takes a look at the measures individuals and couples take to have a baby. She talks to people about the various different methods of conception available.
Amar was a victim of Saddam Hussein's 1991 napalm attacks. Raised in the UK, his life in Iraq was all but forgotten, until 30 years later a mysterious message arrives. Could his family still be alive?
In a complex building industry, who is to blame when things go wrong? Barnaby Joyce caused a stir by suggesting farmers who've struggled for decades to make a profit should "seriously think what are you doing with your life".
Trevor Ashley is a theatre personality and producer with a speciality for performing in drag. He's been passionate about theatre since age five, despite his mother's prediction that he'd never play the leading man.
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Guest host Annabel Crabb is joined in Melbourne by John Hewson, Fiona Stanley, Julian Cribb and more to discuss the challenges facing our governments.
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