There is a war going on right now over the future of the web between those who want to control it and those who want it to be free. This documentary takes a trip through the Dark Web and asks what the future holds for the internet. Twenty-five years after the world wide web was created, it is now caught in the greatest controversy of its existence - surveillance.
Escaping the confines of the family sofa, and opinions on TV, the creators of Gogglebox are about to reveal what the country really thinks of the news. A cast of diverse friends and co-workers across our glorious nation comment freely on the week's news, current affairs, and culture from their favourite meeting spots and places of work. A refreshing glimpse of modern Australia, this format allows for accessible discussion around news and current affairs; away from heated studios and contrived vox pops on the street. Expect to be charmed as contributors deconstruct stories amongst themselves, working it out as they go along; sit back and enjoy quirky opinions, that make both 'no sense at all' and 'total sense' to the characters you'll grow to know and love.
Every day, we encounter different messages and strategies about how to live a healthy lifestyle. Public health messages aiming to address the obesity epidemic have increased our health awareness, while bloggers and social media personalities share their advice on what they think is best for our bodies. Almost two thirds of Australians are overweight or obese. But disordered eating, according to some experts, is on the rise and in need of more attention. What happens when the drive to be healthy becomes unhealthy? This week on Insight, we hear from people whose healthy habits have strayed into the dangerous territory of disordered eating. At what point did they tip over into being unhealthy? And how have they dealt with it?
Nelufar Hedayat investigates the intersection between international adoption and child trafficking where genuine acts of kindness are corrupted by fraud, theft and deceit.
Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events, from exclusive investigations, probing interviews and revealing feature stories on the issues that matter. Plus, political analysis from Laura Tingle.
For over five decades this program has been exposing scandals, triggering inquiries, firing debate and confronting taboos. With an international reputation for excellence, this program works to serve the public interest.
A special episode in Townsville. Tony Jones joins Minister for Emergency Management Linda Reynolds, Labor MP for Herbert Cathy O'Toole, Professor Stephen Williams, grazier Jane McMillan and rural property valuer Roger Hill.
Barrie Cassidy and the panel take the political pulse of the nation, as we countdown towards the federal budget and election. Plus, there's less than a week until NSW voters decide who will lead our most populous state.
Two days on from a shocking terror attack, the good people of New Zealand are trying to make sense of the incomprehensible. Why did evil target them? Sarah Abo reports from Christchurch, speaking to eye-witnesses of Australian Brenton Tarrant’s unspeakable violence. Plus, Kathleen Folbigg and Carol Matthey are two mothers bound by tragedy. Both had four babies die in mysterious circumstances. But while one was jailed for murder, the other was never convicted. In an exclusive 60 Minutes investigation, Tara Brown follows two near identical cases with entirely different outcomes. Is this a devastating medical mystery, or something much more sinister?
Melissa Doyle leads a team of Australia's best reporters, breaking the stories that matter.
Julia discovers Ukraine's traditional culture, and revisits her own origins. Julia explores the quirkier side of Kyiv, discovering its wide-reaching cultural influences in its food and landmarks. But to really learn about Ukraine's cultural heritage, she attends the Pirogovo Folk Festival at a large-scale outdoor museum. She enjoys traditional Ukrainian singing, dancing, music, and arts and crafts, and chats to an eccentric festival volunteer.
Biting, bite-sized comedy as Sammy J tackles the big issues of the day, wrestles them to the ground, then submits them to a variety of yoga poses, sporting analogies, and craft activities.
Adam Harvey reports from the frontline as a final assault is being carried out on what remains of Islamic State in Syria. Plus, few Australians realise the seafood they are buying could have been processed by slaves, Thomas Keneally enlists his daughter for his latest literary journey and 7.30 political correspondent Laura Tingle examines the changing view of abortion in mainstream Australian politics.
NSW opposition leader Michael Daley addresses a special Press Club at Sydney's Doltone House ahead of the March 23 NSW election.
Documents obtained by 7.30 under Right to Information laws raise serious safety and maintenance concerns about Clive Palmer's Townsville nickel refinery, which he is promising to reopen. Meanwhile, British parliament has rejected the latest Brexit deal and major safety concerns are being raised about one of the world's most popular passenger jets, the Boeing 737. Plus, the outback army unit using Indigenous soldiers to detect foreign threats and what is next for the Vatican after disgraced Cardinal George Pell's six year prison sentence for sexually abusing two choir boys in the 1980s?
Can the RBA save Australia's slowing economy? Plus what impact will the controversial Michael Jackson documentary have on his legacy? Some good news for Australians, with a team in Perth making a breakthrough that could lead to more early and accurate diagnosis of skin cancer. With British Prime Minister Theresa May's presentation of her second Brexit deal to parliament, Leigh Sales interviews former British Labour PM Tony Blair's director of communications Alastair Campbell.
The show that takes you around the globe to uncover fascinating, in-depth stories returns for another season. Our unrivalled network of foreign correspondents report on real international stories and the people involved.
The emotional story of Greg Kelly's struggle with early onset dementia. Before Greg passed away, this program followed him to Denmark to experience a unique care alternative: a dementia village.
Jenny Brockie takes a look at what the evidence says about vitamins and supplements, and discusses whether people care about them.
Nelufar Hedayat investigates the fake pharmaceutical industry. It's so profitable, criminal gangs are ditching cocaine and heroin for counterfeit medicine. Nelufar follows the trail across West Africa to the source in China.
One year on after the pain killer codeine became prescription-only, where are people going for pain relief? Plus, Brexit is offering a glimmer of hope to British retirees in Australia with frozen pensions, the realisation of a 96 year musical dream sees Judy Hall perform at the Melbourne Recital Centre and Leigh Sales interviews former FBI acting director Andrew McCabe, who calls US President Donald Trump a liar.
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