The extent of bush fire damage in a Queensland rain forest has been revealed. Plus country towns are fighting to stop contaminated recycling from city areas ending up in their tips.
Since the 1970s, thousands of children have been adopted to Australia from overseas. They had to adjust to a new family, culture, language, and life. How do you understand your identity after inter-country adoption, and how does it shape you as an adult?
As Boris Johnson vows to meet the October 31 Brexit deadline, this program explores what will happen to the 3.5 million EU nationals in Britain. If they leave, who will fill the labour gaps?
US President Donald Trump asked Prime Minister Scott Morrison to help investigate the origins of the Mueller inquiry. Plus the Reserve Bank of Australia has cut rates to a new low of 0.75 per cent.
They're young, passionate and they want to save the planet. This program profiles three young women in three continents who are sounding the alarm on climate change.
Explore the power of music to transform lives with Katie Noonan, The Choir of Hard Knocks founder Jonathon Welch, Wiradjuri/Filipino musician Mojo Juju, and Australian Sikh Hip Hop artist L-FRESH The LION.
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What it's like living in a town with no water. Plus we take you inside an aged care home where residents are allowed to keep pets.
The police sniper who saw everything at the Lindt Café siege in Sydney tells Liz Hayes why he didn't pull the trigger to shoot the terrorist who'd taken 18 innocent hostages, and the regret he's lived with ever since.
After a week on the world stage PM Morrison returns after his US State Visit. Fran Kelly and the panel discuss what we learnt about the US-Australia alliance, security in the Indo-Pacific region, global trade and climate.
It's been an open secret for years: Catholic priests fathering children in breach of their vows. After suffering in silence and shame for years, those children are speaking out, demanding answers and recognition from Rome. Rebroadcast of September 24, 2019, episode.
Former teenage model Jenna Owen comes to grips with the dark side of the modelling industry. Sold on the promise of fame and fortune, teenage girls - often from regional areas - are sent to the big city and trapped with exploitative contracts: working for free, in often sexually explicit situations with very little power and uncertain reward. Plus, Marc Fennell sits down with the Veronicas.
Jock Palfreeman's parents call on PM Morrison to intervene to help bring him home after 11 years in a Bulgarian prison. The people leading efforts to combat Parkinson's disease. Plus Deborah Mailman talks about her new role.
Commissioner Jayne vents his NBN frustrations.
Anthropologist, geographer and Foundation Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies at the University of Melbourne, Marcia Langton speaks on the topic: Innovation - Indigenous genius then and now.
A formal impeachment inquiry is being launched into US President Donald Trump. Will Boris Johnson survive as Britain's prime minister after the Supreme Court's ruling against him? Plus Leigh Sales interviews Louis Theroux.
Jenny Brockie takes a look at why some patients are paying such high out of pocket fees for specialists or surgery.
Sir David Attenborough says the Australian Government has not done enough to battle climate change. Plus concerns about the prevalence of corruption in Australia's esports community.
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