Bushfires have destroyed up to 30 homes in northern NSW. A nurse lost his job and his home during a five-year fight for answers for his patient. Plus Leigh Sales interviews legendary talk show host Sir Michael Parkinson.
Managing director of the Australian Christian Lobby, Martyn Iles, and ambassador for the National Secular Lobby of Australia, Fiona Patten, debate Australia's religious freedom laws. Moderated by Sabra Lane.
With a dramatic spike in the number of teens committed to emergency mental health care in Florida, we meet families struggling to find long-term help. We go inside a system at breaking point, and ask how it failed to catch Florida's Parkland shooter.
Jenny Brockie takes a look at what it's like living with head issues, like memory problems, years after playing professional football. Can it be linked to head knocks inflicted while playing?
The controversial cashless welfare card places unreasonable spending restrictions, according to some card users. Plus about one in 1,000 children have juvenile arthritis, a condition usually associated with old age.
Born in Iran, now a Dane, Ellie Jokar struggles to understand why her once-friendly country has pulled up the welcome mat. Hamish Macdonald explores a nation with an identity crisis.
Guest host Fran Kelly leads a national conversation on aged care. We discuss the issues plaguing the system with Maggie Beer, Richard Colbeck, Julie Collins, Sarah Holland-Batt and Sean Rooney.
Sir Trevor McDonald investigates the extraordinary case of one of Britain's worst serial killers: Beverly Allitt, a young female nurse who murdered and attacked children in her care.
Centrelink accused of 'disability bullying' after man with intellectual disability receives $15,000 robodebt. Plus the child victim of an arson attack has been forced to wait 15 months for skin graft surgery as Tasmania's elective surgery waiting list blows out.
Molly Meldrum is a legendary figure of the music industry. We pay tribute to the great man with Mollywood - our chance to look back on the most influential interviews of his career.
Fran Kelly joins Katharine Murphy, David Crowe and Mark Kenny to discuss US President Donald Trump's September phone call to the PM about the Mueller inquiry. Plus the drought and the RBA's decision to cut rates to a new record low.
Petrol prices have soared to new heights across much of the country this week, with many motorists wondering why. Plus why the big banks have failed to pass on this week's rate cut in full.
Richard from Barely Liveable Real Estate introduces another hot property.
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.
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