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?
The election result that caught many by surprise. Leigh Sales interviews Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton plus the Shadow Minister for Infrastructure Anthony Albanese. Plus the volunteers saving orphaned wombat joeys.
For almost 60 years, 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.
The show that puts you at the centre of the conversation. Host Tony Jones is joined by a panel of punters, pollies and pundits to talk through the issues of the past seven days and set the agenda for the week to come.
Two Aussie surfing mates in the fight of their lives to protect paradise from greedy Chinese developers; the child protestors wagging school to save the world; and a 60 Minutes tribute – Bob Hawke's wonderful larrikin life.
Barrie Cassidy is joined by panellists Niki Savva, Patricia Karvelas and David Crowe to look at the key trends and swings, winners and losers and where to next after the federal election.
Melissa Doyle leads a team of Australia's best reporters, breaking the stories that matter.
Australian voters have had their say. As the results come in, we hear from the party leaders. Plus, reaction, insights and analysis from our experienced team of political minds led by Leigh Sales and Antony Green.
Leigh Sales, Annabel Crabb and Antony Green present Australia's most trusted election coverage. Plus Laura Tingle, Andrew Probyn, Barrie Cassidy and Michael Rowland with essential insights and analysis as early trends emerge.
The whole nation will be watching for the moment Antony Green calls the election. See the count unfold live as Leigh Sales and Annabel Crabb bring you fast, accurate results and unmissable election night moments.
In a special election eve edition of 7.30, Leigh Sales is joined by Laura Tingle, Annabel Crabb and Barrie Cassidy. We look at the legacy of Bob Hawke. Plus satirist Mark Humphries tries to vote below the line.
In a special extended edition, Leigh Sales cross-examines Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten. Plus we look back at the life of Bob Hawke.
Bill Shorten reveals the Labor Party's plan for Australia in the week before the 2019 federal election.
Labor's proposal to halve the capital gains tax discount could have a bigger impact on property prices than negative gearing, a high-profile economist says. Plus the school where students design their own classes.
Scott Morrison reveals the Liberal Party's plan for Australia in the week before the 2019 federal election.
The father evicted from a football match speaks out. Plus Western Sydney contains some of the marginal seats to watch this election.
Jenny Brockie takes a look at how life worked out for the promised brides sent to Australia in the 1950s and '60s.
In a country where sexual assault is considered a taboo subject, one woman shocked Japan by going public with allegations she was raped by a well-known TV journalist.
Childcare becomes an election battleground. Laura Tingle reports on the Coalition's campaign launch. Plus we look at the education policies of both major parties.
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