The latest in electric cars; cancer test kits saving lives; come on a tour of the alimentary canal!; why can't we walk in a straight line?; and upside down jellyfish.
Stories include, 'Asylum seekers to return to Manus Island', 'No bin Laden photos will be released', 'Obama visits Ground Zero', 'Changing bin Laden stories bizarre: Ramadan', 'Guard blows whistle on detention centre conditions', 'Britain votes on proportional voting', 'Relative charged over 2009 Lin murder', 'Riderless horse injures 7 at jumps meeting'.
Stories include, 'Race track rebellion', 'NBN chief quizzed over ex-company's bribe probe', 'End of an era', 'Clarke and Dawe'.
Stories include, 'Horse racing stoush', 'The hunt for Osama took too long: Armitage', 'On the ground in Pakistan', 'Fairfax to outsource jobs'.
In episode seven, Hungry Beast rolls around in other people's cash, examining the gold plated subject of Wealth.
Stories include, 'US admits bin Laden unarmed when shot', 'Israel condemns Hamas reconciling with Fatah', 'Work visa proposal displeases unions and business', 'Gillard dines with carbon-exposed businesses', 'We must protect trade-exposed industries: Bradley', 'Foetal alcohol syndrome as devastating as HIV'.
A ROYAL LIFE Many girls dream of being a Princess, but the reality of the role might put a lot of people off the idea. We look at what's in store for Kate Middleton as she becomes part of the royal family. We discover that being a Princess is a full time job and involves a lot of sacrifice. CARBON TAX You've probably heard the words 'carbon tax' and 'carbon price' on the news recently. It's an issue that the government has been trying to resolve for some time now. But what does it all mean and why is it such a controversial subject? TEACHER FOR A DAY To be a teacher you need years of training and the right kind of personality. It can be a difficult and demanding job. We sent Nathan back to school... to see how he would manage being a teacher for a day. ASTHMA Asthma affects more than 2 million Australians every year, including one in nine kids. It's a pricey health problem, costing around half a billion dollars a year to treat asthma sufferers. And with today being World Asthma Day, we thought we'd look a little deeper into what it's all about. BADMINTON It's a racquet sport... with no ball. We learn about badminton and catch up with a young star of the sport. We also look at the history of the game... and we examine the science behind how the shuttlecock works.
A rising rap star, a documentary maker, a teacher who happens to be gay. In many places around the world they're free to get on with their lives. Iran is not one of them. And while authorities have made it almost impossible to scrutinise life in Iran since 2009's uprising and crackdown, a graphic picture has finally emerged. It's Iran through the eyes of brave young people who paid heavily for their dissent - tortured, jailed, blacklisted - but who somehow managed to escape the clutches of a stifling regime to tell their stories.
Stories include, 'The Pakistan question', 'Washington insider Chuck Hagel on the hunt for Osama', 'Security concerns', 'Hack attack', 'Bishop sacked over controversial comments'.
Stories include, 'US promises tough questions for Pakistan', 'Pakistan is extraordinarily complex: Rudd', 'Highly unlikely nobody in Pakistan knew: Ahmed', 'Canada's Conservative Party wins majority government', 'Victoria Police implicated in racial profiling', 'Tornado kills 2 in Auckland, New Zealand'.
People are identifying as gay at younger ages than ever before. How is it playing out in the school yard and classroom? And what does it mean for the kids themselves? Some teens say they feel pressure to declare their sexuality one way or the other. And researchers say same-sex attracted young people are far more likely than other teenagers to self-harm, become depressed, attempt suicide or abuse substances. Meanwhile, schools are grappling with how to deal with everything from complaints of bullying to requests to bring a same-sex partner to senior year balls.
Stories include, 'Most wanted man in the world dead', 'Former CIA chief on death of Osama bin Laden', 'On the ground in Afghanistan', 'Defence Minister Stephen Smith joins 7.30'.
On 22 July 2007, Peter Hodgkins threw a rock at a car from an overpass at Kiama, NSW, smashing the skull of beauty therapist Nicole Miller and changing both their lives forever. Now out of jail, Hodgkins is attempting to make amends by working with police. In this week's program, Nicole Miller, Peter Hodgkins, their families and the police offer their perspectives on the lifelong impact of this shattering moment.
The latest chapter in the life of a remarkable community that's battled with missionaries, governments and the horrors of alcohol abuse. The story of Aurukun reveals the evolution of Indigenous affairs across the country, acting as a testing ground for major policy changes.
Stories include, 'Osama bin Laden killed in Special Forces raid', 'Pakistan denies knowledge of bin Laden's location', 'Relieved reaction in Sydney to bin Laden's death', 'Terrorism expert warns of ideological backlash', 'A terrible year for Al Qaeda: Kilcullen', 'NRA defies hopes for gun control in America'.
Panellists include: Simon Crean - Minister for Regional Australia, Sophie Mirabella - Shadow Minister for Industry, Tony Windsor - Independent Member for New Englan, Eliza Brown - Local Winegrower and Director, Brown Brothers Wines, Nick Klomp - Dean of Science, Charles Sturt University and Alana Johnson - Victorian Rural Woman of the Year, 2010.
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