A woman pleads with authorities to keep her fiance's killer behind bars. We join teenager Harriet O'Shea Carre, who helped start Australia's student climate protests, in NY. Plus the man who became a full-time kangaroo carer.
Sunday Night looks at the K-Pop phenomenon, interviewing K-Pop stars Bang Chan and Felix. Also, a look at three very different approaches to retirement.
Damning allegations that elite soldiers from Australia's special forces committed potential war crimes during the conflict in Afghanistan, including the executions of innocent and unarmed civilians?
While PM Scott Morrison is in Washington meeting with President Donald Trump, Fran Kelly and the panel bring you the key talking points from back home including the parliamentary sitting week. Plus, the latest from the US visit.
This program takes us to a battered project, to meet Elliott's family and the Brown Sub community living in conditions similar to an African shanty township but unexpectedly, in the US. With violent crime so intense the Metropolitan Police rarely risk an investigation, gun carrying drug gangs substitute for law and order. The three ways out for youth are joining the army, music and death. This program gets us into the inner workings of an urban culture, which has risen out of the poverty of America's poorest communities to become the dominant popular influence on world youth, music and fashion.
Four months after losing the election, Labor is still grappling to come to terms with what went wrong. Michael Palin discusses his recent trip to North Korea. Plus political satire from Mark Humphries.
A brand new Yoga flow that's sweeping through Asia.
The Queensland Government is planning further restrictions on farm run-off into the Great Barrier Reef catchments, despite opposition from agricultural groups. Plus two men with disabilities find freedom on the ski slopes.
The CEOs of Australia's major domestic airlines address the Press Club. Qantas CEO Alan Joyce and Virgin Australia CEO Paul Scurrah highlight the contribution airlines make to the Australian economy.
Jenny Brockie takes a look at what happens when parents and adult children become estranged.
What does it take to stage the most coordinated mass protests in history? Dateline looks at how Hong Kongers are orchestrating civil unrest, and find out why the protest movement is taking a new turn.
The show that takes you around the globe to uncover fascinating and in-depth stories. Our unrivalled network of foreign correspondents report on real international stories and the people involved.
Property investors stand to lose millions in the collapse of apartment developer Ralan Group. Plus Leigh Sales interviews author Margaret Atwood about her new sequel to The Handmaid's Tale.
In today's questions without notice: the opposition quizzes the government on real wage growth, energy policy and Scott Morrison's use of the phrase "Shanghai Sam"; and government backbenchers ask Dorothy Dixers on economic stability and drought policy.
This clip explains how fake news and rumours are now being shared via messaging apps such as WhatsApp. The problem is so serious WhatsApp has launched a campaign in an attempt to stop false information being spread in the lead up to events such the Indian elections.
In this clip from Four Corners, journalists discuss the challenges they come up against in this era of 'fake news'.
A Catalan voter records video of a woman with blood on her face, later, this image is claimed to be fake news despite it being real.
Hugh Jackman, Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Becky G rally global citizens in campaigns to push world leaders into action against extreme poverty.
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