Renowned filmmaker and award-winning Australian journalist John Pilger explores the role of media in war in his commanding and timely documentary, The War You Don't See. Pilger, himself a war correspondent, traces the history of 'embedded' and independent reporting from the carnage of the First World War to the destruction of Hiroshima, the invasion of Vietnam to modern-day conflict in the Middle East.
The story, 'Wedding of the century', discusses the upcoming wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. The story, 'Lord of the web', features an interview with Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg. The story, 'A deadly secret', investigates the mysterious circumstances surrounding the two girlfriends of NSW farmer Robert Geeves.
Stories include, 'Gillard government faces pokie fight-back', 'ANZ chief attacks weak Gillard government', 'US government closer to bankruptcy', 'McMurtrie: the difference is half a per cent', 'Charges laid over student visa bribery scam', 'Inquest criticises police investigation', 'El-Gamaty: Time is on the revolution's side', 'Book helps children confront reality of suicide', 'Dave Graney launches his memoirs'.
Sharks in hot water; eating for two, how to avoid diabetes during pregnancy; why are teenage girls so mean?; nature or nurture, why do boys prefer trucks to dolls?; discovering other Earths.
Stories include, 'Peter Reith joins 7.30', 'Railway concerns continue', 'Three months on from flood disaster', 'Has free speech gone too far?', 'Clarke and Dawe with Kevin Rudd'.
Stories include, 'Smith brands Defence insensitive or stupid', 'Abbott targets Oakeshott's electorate', 'Low unemployment at risk from tax: Miner', 'Cigarette companies threaten trademark fight', 'Kirby: There's plenty to do and I'll be there', 'Negotiations break down in Ivory Coast', 'China warns world against interfering in Weiwei case'.
Stories include, 'Railway risk', 'Julia Gillard joins 7.30', 'A new mood in Japan', 'Inside Tutankhamun's tomb'.
Episode three is Faking It: the $75 billion counterfeit medicine scam; Greenwash Vs Astroturf; pretend real estate; and phoney qualifications.
Stories include, 'Sex scandal embroils defence academy', 'Grazing trial brought to a close', 'NSW tackles prison population', 'Cigarette plain packaging moves closer', 'Nicola Roxon joins Lateline', 'Ivory Coast strongman Gbagbo clings on', 'Radioactive fish found off Japan's coast', 'US headed for 'inexcusable' financial shutdown'.
PARTY POLITICS The Federal election was close... and now things are split at the state level too with each party having 3 state Premiers. Are Australian voters really divided? Or could it be that the political parties are often so similar that it's hard to choose between them? We look at what each party was originally created to represent... and we examine why things aren't so clear cut these days. ROYAL FAMILY The wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton is in a few weeks. A new survey suggests that all the build-up has made the Royal family more popular in the UK. But what about in Australia? Tash looks at the pros and cons of Australia being under a monarchy. GREEN TEA Drinking green tea has for a long time been considered to be good for your health. What started as a huge industry in Asia has moved over to a small part of Australia. It's taken about a decade, but Aussie farmers reckon they could be brewing the best green tea harvest yet. Kirsty looks into how it's grown and what it does for our bodies. EASTER SYMBOLS As it's the last BtN before Easter we thought we'd take a closer look at the way Australians celebrate this holiday. For some people it's an important religious celebration...for others it's about chocolate eggs and the Easter bunny. We explain some of the meanings behind the traditions. HAND BALL You've probably played handball at school before... but did you know that there's a real sport called handball and it's even played at the Olympics. It's a big hit in Europe and it's becoming more popular over here too. We catch up with a group of young handball players and take you through some of the rules.
Stories include, 'Residents vs insurers', 'Bill Shorten joins 7.30', 'Farmer takes on multinational giant', 'Jason Akermanis plays on'.
For a short, terrifying time it was main street in the high noon of a nuclear showdown. The world has never been as close to atomic warfare than the Cuban Missile Crisis. Now, little Cuba sits out in the Caribbean like a piece of old Soviet flotsam - rusting, slowly sinking, adrift in dramatically different world where old friends live it up in a free market frenzy. How long before the lid comes off Fidel Castro's vacuum-sealed island nation?
The debate has been loud and angry. Since the government announced the introduction of a fixed price on carbon pollution from July next year, public opinion has been divided and there have been protests across the country. As Australians keenly await more details, Insight tests public support, looking at the possible winners and losers of the carbon price scheme. We look at the likely effects on household budgets and electricity prices, the big businesses that are for and against the plan, and what motivates the No Carbon Tax groups.
Stories include, 'Ipswich flood victims lash out at insurers', 'Arctic ozone depletion reaches record level', 'Victoria to criminalise workplace bullying', 'Defence investigates webcam sex scandal', 'New arrests in UK phone hacking scandal', 'Doubt cast over ASX-Singapore merger', 'New detention centre earmarked for Pontville', 'The truth about mobile phone radiation', 'UN launches attacks against Gbagbo', 'Libyan government open to reform discussions'.
Stories include, 'Local manufacturers lose out', 'Cabinet debates carbon tax', 'Alan Joyce joins 7.30', 'The rise of fake news'.
Stories include, 'Bob Brown joins Lateline', 'Report casts doubt on Australians' job skills', 'Investigators find parts of Air France wreckage', 'Libyan official defects as stalemate continues', 'Meet Australia's greatest philantrhopist', 'Hundreds massacred in Ivory Coast', 'Fukushima update with Mark Willacy', 'Newman endorsed as LNP leader', 'US presidential election campaign under way'.
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