Stories include: 'Construction problems plague games', 'Emotional refugee standoff ends', 'RBA flags interest rate rise', 'Digger says tropped "let down" by army', 'Orientation day in Parliament', 'Negotiations begin on tackling problem gambling' and 'FDA declares GM salmon safe'.
Sir David Attenborough investigates whether the world is heading for a population crisis. Are we the biggest threat to the earth? In his lengthy career, Sir David has watched the human population more than double from 2.5 billion in 1950 to nearly seven billion. He reflects on the profound effects of this rapid growth, both on humans and the environment.
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Consumer and food safety groups are not convinced a genetically modified salmon dubbed 'frankenfish' is safe to eat.
Stories include: ‘Qantas facing record law suit’, ‘Rob Oakeshott joins the program’ and ‘Low donor rates put patients at risk’.
In this special two part edition, a famously fearless reporter finally confronts his personal demons after a decade dodging bombs and bullets in war zones acrosst the globe. Michael Ware's fearless reporting made him a star on U.S. television, but his exploits are little known back in his home country. Over the past decade, Michael Ware has reported on conflicts all over the world. But it was his most recent assignments in Afghanistan and Iraq that made him a household name in America.
A story that attempts to finally get to the truth of a murderous attack that new Zealanders describe as an act of state sponsored terrorism. It's easy to understand why French agents would want to sink the Greenpeace flagship, Rainbow Warrior. They wanted to stop it sailing with a flotilla of boats to disrupt French nuclear testing in the Pacific. But who planned and authorised the attack, and how many agents were really involved?
Panellists include Chris Bowen - Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, Christopher Pyne - Opposition education spokesman, Helen McCabe - Editor, Australian Women’s Weekly, Craig Reucassel - Chaser comedian and Dr Leslie Cannold - bio-ethicist and political commentator.
Stories include: ‘Villawood Live Update’, ‘Oakeshott withdraws from speaker bid’, ‘Delhi shooting raises games security concerns’, ‘Desperation drives refugees: Goodwin-Gill’, ‘Afghan elections surrounded by violence’ and ‘Zuma facing the sack’.
In ‘High Drama’ Mike Munro finds out how a routine skydive turned to disaster in just minutes. In ‘Fight of their Lives’, Borneo's pygmy elephants and orungutans are in the fight of their lives as palm oil plantations are virtually wiping out their rainforests and in ‘The Letter’, after 21 years of torment and unanswered questions, Liz Seccuro finally gets the justice she has been searching for.
The English Defence League claims it's a peaceful organisation but hidden camera vision proves otherwise. Go undercover inside the EDL, as it plans to target some of the UK's highest-profile Muslim communities, making some fear that Britain's far-right activists may be returning to violent street demonstrations for the first time in three decades. Also on the show, David O'Shea is in Chang Mai where Thailand's 'Red Shirts' are regrouping in order to resume their anti-government protests.
The story ‘Race Against Time’ revisits Progeria sufferer Hayley Okines. ‘Out and Proud’ looks at how celebrities Ruby Rose and Matthew Mitcham are helping gay teenagers, and ‘Ruling the World’ looks at the plan to take Aussie Rules football to the world.
Stories include: ‘Extra beds for immigration detention centres’, ‘Rudd doubles aid to flood-hit Pakistan’, ‘Sarkozy denies persecuting gypsies’, ‘Company fined over teen’s insulation death’, ‘Stephen Long looks at the week in economics’, ‘Burke, Morrison debate immigration policies’, ‘Exiled Pakistani politician murdered in London’, ‘Five arrested over alleged threat to Pope’, ‘Diplomats called in to retrieve Delhi supplies’ and ‘Violence looms over Afghanistan vote’.
Stories include, 'Growing concerns over violence surge', 'Christine Milne joins the program', 'NRL betting under scrutiny', 'Clarke and Dawe on the political paradigm'.
Catalyst celebrates an incredible ten years on television with a retrospective of research and discovery in the first decade of this millennium.
Stories include, 'Immigration boss pleads for more staff', 'Business spooked by call for carbon tax', 'Former Socceroos captain arrested in Dubai', 'Keelty testifies in Rush's last-ditch appeal', 'Police probe claims church covered up abuse', 'Tea Party wins rattle Republicans', 'Tea Party shakes up US elections', 'Pope touches down in Britain', 'Ex-Khmer Rouge leaders face genocide trial'.
n the first of this 2part special, astrophysicist Dr Graham Phillips, provides his perspective on what we've learnt about the u
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