Jenny Brockie takes a look at whether it's possible for a divorce to end well. She chats to couples who have divorced, and looks at how cases can differ in some situations.
Australian regulators are investigating how a suspected cancer-causing agent got into a popular heartburn drug. Plus Leigh Sales interviews journalist Ronan Farrow about his investigation into Harvey Weinstein.
We travel to Europe to investigate the decline of the insect population, threatening entire ecosystems. Reporter Eric Campbell discovers the causes and the steps in place to reverse the decline.
In response to Extinction Rebellion and Hong Kong pro-democracy protests, Hamish Macdonald discusses China, climate and the right to protest with Tim Wilson, Tim Watts, Vicky Xu, Jennifer Hewett and Simon Longstaff.
Australia's universities are embroiled in a growing geopolitical storm amid rising concerns over expanding Chinese power abroad. Is Australian technology and know-how being used to help strengthen China's repressive regime?
The competition watchdog will investigate the banking sector over its refusal to pass on interest rate cuts in full to customers. Plus a leading energy expert says Snowy Hydro 2.0 will be an expensive white elephant.
A vibrant, politically charged journey into the life of the beloved, celebrated father of Afrobeat, Fela Kuti.
Liam Bartlett confronts one of Australia's worst conmen, a creep who's preyed on well-to-do women and fleeced them of everything they have. Plus, Wham superstar Andrew Ridgeley remembers his best friend and musical partner, George Michael.
Melissa Doyle meets Mathew Aimes an inspiring individual that lives a normal life without any arms or legs. Plus an exclusive report on a Simon Montero who preyed on women in horrific ways.
As politicians head to Canberra for a new sitting week, Fran Kelly joins Lenore Taylor, Michael Stutchbury and Gerard Henderson to discuss the Turkish offensive on northern Syria, Brexit, energy and climate policy plus more.
Heartbroken residents return to bushfire ravaged homes in northern NSW. How 5G could make your home wireless. Plus political satire from Mark Humphries.
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.
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