Stories include, 'Protest violence prompts moderate and extremist responses', 'Win may hide waning Australian Christian Lobby influence', 'Robots trading alarms stock markets' and 'Campbell Newman identifies design fault to Clarke and Dawe'.
The exciting discovery of a new human species; What dredging a harbour means for fish; Testing our knowledge of the sun; Evolution of laughter.
Stories include, 'Bishop calls for an end to attacks on Tony Abbott', 'French cartoons spark new riots', 'Interview with Jennifer Westacott from the Business Council of Australia', 'John Elliott to stand for election', 'Another major coal project shelved' and 'Sri Lanka still unsafe'.
Is modern man related to Neanderthals? The answer is yes - about two percent of Neanderthal DNA in each of us. But, if you're an
Stories include, 'Parliament votes down same-sex marriage', 'Former Greens leader reacts to same-sex marriage vote', 'US commentators react to further Romney video comments' and 'Religious, ethnic tensions tear at Burma'.
Stories include, 'Senator resigns over comments about gay marriage', 'DFAT head says need to improve relations with neighbours', 'Bo Xilai's fall from grace continues', 'More Romney gaffes from secret video', 'Interview with Frank Luntz, Republican pollster in New York' and 'Inquest finds efforts went in vain for kidnapped backpacker's release'.
Filmed on location in 19 countries, this program looks at the geopolitical struggle for control of the waterways of the Middle East. After centuries of naval domination of the region's waters, the West faces the rising tide of indigenous control all around the Indian Ocean rim. And in the wake of the popular uprisings in the Middle East, few certainties remain.
Foreign Aid is a Waste of Money. This was the proposition in this IQ2 Debate. Does the aid dollar reach the right destination? Do the dollars hurt more than they help? Does foreign aid trap communities in a cycle of dependence or can it break this cycle and allow for new systems of self-sustainability? Six panellists chaired by Dr Simon Longstaff discuss whether, on balance, aid dollars hurt more than they help.
Stories include, 'Anti-Islam politician sparks visa debate', 'US announces indefinite suspensions of Afghan joint operations', 'Budget situation brings spending cuts warning', 'Cruelty accusations focus attention on breeding exports' and 'Romney video prompts questions of presidential credentials'.
Three highlights from Melbourne Writers Festival - Simon Callow's Opening Night Address, then discussion about political reporting - how close is too close? New News: Insiders or Outsiders? Lastly, is the fate of the Federal Labor Party sealed? In Labor in Vain the panel pore over a few catastrophies.
Stories include, 'Rio boss calls for more flexibility in IR system', 'NATO to restrict operations with Afghan forces', 'Romney's gaff caught on hidden camera', 'Japanese businesses suspend operations in China', 'Penny Wong talks of her support for equality in marriage' and 'US parents in class action against Apple'.
Australia spends big dollars building up its elite athletes. Insight asks whether it is worth it, and who benefits.
Possessed by the devil or just deluded? Dateline explores the increasing demand for exorcisms in Italy, with a rare opportunity to film one taking place; Unmarried women aged over 28 in China are considered over the hill, so how can the country's 'leftover' women find love? Plus, organised crime syndicates, known as yakuza, are deeply entrenched in Japanese history, but now authorities are fighting back.
Twenty-seven year old John Cantor, the son of a psychiatrist and a teacher, has devoted the past six years to trying to complete one of the toughest solo expeditions on earth. The Brooks Range is not for the faint-hearted. Spanning northern Alaska the mountains are a mecca for trekkers and kayakers. Many attempt the 1600 kilometre trip but only a handful succeed and some have died in the attempt.
Stories include, 'Text messages and terror connections inflame Muslim protests', 'Visiting Muslim leader reacts to accusations and protests', 'US responds to anti-Islam film', 'Polls lift Gillard and Government' and 'Coroner delivers scathing report on death in custody'.
African warlord Joseph Kony was targeted in a worldwide internet campaign. For the past 25 years, Kony and his Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) have waged one of the continent's most brutal conflicts; using an army of abducted and brutalised children to kill and maim tens of thousands of people. What impact did it have on him, and why is he still at large?
Stories include, 'Government defends entry of hate preacher', 'Inquiry to attempt to clean up Victorian construction industry', 'Parents charged hundreds of dollars for free Apps', 'Filmmakers inspired by Islam's number one public enemy', 'Sydney protest a symptom of deeper Muslim frustrations' and 'Bad news for overcharged Keddies creditors'.
Panellists include: Clover Moore - Lord Mayor of Sydney, Robyn Davidson - Acclaimed Australian author, Ilan Pappe - Israeli Historian, Irving Wallach - Prominent Australian barrister and Greg Sheridan - Foreign Affairs Editor, The Australian.
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