Stories include, 'Economy woes', 'Tanner denies mining tax ambush', 'Tropical disease hits NT in record numbers'.
Few in the world had heard of it and very few could get close to pronouncing its rolling, rambling tongue-twister of a name. And yet - suddenly and spectacularly - a volcano called Eyjafjallajokull impacted millions of lives and blew away billions of dollars. But did the greatest aviation grounding since WW2 really have to happen?
Stories include, 'Bishop accused of intelligence speculation', 'Australian in custody over Thai unrest', 'Queen urges spending cuts', 'Joyce continues Henry attack', 'Facebook rallies against privacy boycott', 'BP faces legal wrath over oil spill'.
Currently in NSW, 10 primary schools are trialling a 10 week "ethics class" as an alternative to religious instruction. Insight brings together parents, children and faith leaders to discuss how religion should be taught in our public schools and whether there's still room for God in 2010.
On this, the last show of the series, Living Black host Karla Grant presents the program from Kadadu, home to Aboriginal people for more than 50,000 years.
Part Two of The Blue Beret explores the ongoing battle Matina Jewell faced at home in Australia once it became clear her days as a career soldier were over.
Stories include, 'Stephen Smith joins the 7:30 Report', 'Europe's rocky future', 'Dispute tearing Wilderness Society apart'.
Stories include, 'Israel-Australia relations cool over passports affair', 'Yossi Melman discusses fake passport affair', 'Dirt flung in parliament over mining tax', 'Conroy accuses Google of single greatest breach of privacy in history', 'South Korea moves to punish North over torpedoing', 'Shock and awe, author discusses Korea', 'Police training questioned after second man dies in custody', 'US Government gives BP ultimatum'.
How the central pillar of Australia's financial system, the Reserve Bank, became ensnared in an international bribery scandal.
Panellists include, Peter Carey - Award winning Australian author, Lionel Shriver - American novelist, John Ralston Saul - Canadian social philosopher, Marcia Langton - Indigenous academic and Malcolm Fraser - former Australian Prime Minister.
Discussion with then Foreign Minister regarding expulsion of Israeli diplomat following incident in Dubai
Look at the future of Europe and whether any countries will be kicked out, with particular focus on the Greek financial crisis.
An internal dispute within the Wilderness Society threatens to tear it apart.
The story, 'Seeing red', investigates the political unrest in Thailand. The story, 'The love lab', details how scientists in America are cracking the love code, by tracking the chemicals in our brain when we fall in love. The story, 'Veil of suspicion', examines the wearing of the hijab and the head-to-toe burka by Muslims in various countries.
The story, 'Something about Mary', details Mary Hutton's campaign to save the sun bears in Asia. The story, 'Fighting spirit', follows two families that have children born prematurely. The story, 'Swept away', examines the sport of rock fishing.
On this, the last show of the series, George Negus travels to London for Dateline to work out where Britain's future lies following the incredibly interesting general election on May 6th.
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