One-on-one with the man who wants to be prime minister - Anthony Albanese. He takes your questions on how he'd lead Australia out of the pandemic, plus his alternative agenda including free childcare for low-income earners.
Tinder is the dating app that has reinvented the way we meet new people. Some are looking for love, others, are after a casual fling. The app has been downloaded more than 100 million times worldwide and it's the most popular dating app in Australia. In a joint investigation, Four Corners and Triple J Hack reveal that the dating app has become a playground for sex offenders. Multiple women have come forward to speak with Four Corners guest reporter and Hack presenter Avani Dias. They tell their stories of assault at the hands of those they have matched with on Tinder.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian reveals she had been in a "close personal relationship" with Daryl Maguire. The farmers bouncing back from crippling drought. Plus Leigh Sales interviews rock legend Jimmy Barnes.
This documentary special investigates the extraordinary history of cruising and a darker side few are aware of. In the face of the pandemic, will a holiday on the high seas ever be the same again?
Australia's current affairs program with a proven record of excellence over several decades. Join television's top reporters as they investigate, analyse, and uncover the issues affecting all Australians.
David Speers interviews treasurer Josh Frydenberg, and Mike Bowers talks pictures with Nine newspapers Alex Ellinghausen. On the panel are 7.30's Laura Tingle, the Age and Sydney Morning Herald's Shane Wright and Guardian Australia's Katharine Murphy to analyse the federal government's plan and ask if it does enough to kickstart Australia's economic recovery.
A special program from the Amazon rainforest. What does the future hold for the next generation of people who live there? We meet the Indigenous teenagers trying to preserve their way of life, and a ranching family who moved to the Amazon in search of opportunities. Alternative title: BBC My World.
Republican US Vice-President Mike Pence and Democrat candidate Kamala Harris face off in the first vice-presidential debate.
Opposition leader Anthony Albanese delivers his reply to the federal budget, outlining Labor's alternate plan for recovery after the pandemic.
Australia's leading nightly public affairs program, bringing you more exclusive investigations and real-life stories of extraordinary Australians. Plus, a unique perspective on the issues of the day. Presented by Leigh Sales.
Biting, bite-sized comedy as Sammy J and his team of troublemakers tackle the news of the week.
In 1977, famous designer Florence Broadhurst was bludgeoned to death in her own factory. She had many enemies but was she the victim of a notorious serial killer? Australian Crime Stories rebuilds the case.
National forum for discussion of the issues of the day by the personalities who help shape them.
7.30 takes a look at the political fallout from last night's federal budget and the people who will be directly affected by it. Plus Leigh Sales interviews the Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
Imagine being taken against your will and having no control over when you’ll be released. The psychological impact of being held hostage can be long lasting. Some people never recover. Insight talks to four people who had very different hostage experiences about how they coped during, and after, the ordeal.
Stacey Dooley visits the two main camps in northern Syria, al-Hol and al-Roj, meeting European, American, and Australian women and their children. Stacey starts to unpick the complex forces at work, as every woman she speaks to has to weigh every word.
An investigation by Britain's Channel 4 News alleges Donald Trump's 2016 presidential election campaign targeted 3.5 million Black Americans in battleground states to deter them from voting.
Is it possible to live to 120? Yes, according to the burgeoning field of longevity science. Touted by some as potentially the greatest discovery in the history of human health, age busting diets, pills, and treatments are increasingly bursting into the multibillion-dollar anti-ageing market, but is it fact or science-fiction? Over 12 weeks, reporter Darren Mara puts his own body to the test to find out if ageing really is a thing of the past.
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