Panellists include: Germaine Greer - Celebrated Australian intellectual, Toby Ralph - Marketing and political strategist, Benjamin Law - Writer and journalist, Christa Hughes - Cabaret artist and Craig Gross - America's contentious porn pastor.
Stories include, 'Death after taser use raises questions', 'Terrorism worries strike Bali once more', 'Opposition searches for credit in Craig Thomson illness', 'Will inquiry stop cruelty to turtles, dugongs?' and 'Young stars chase Olympic dreams'.
This week's program is about an exceptional woman who grew up just down the road from the Victorian High Country. Her father would have preferred a son and he raised Leigh Woodgate to be tougher than all her male contemporaries. Leigh Woodgate became a renowned and fearless horsewoman who excelled at bush racing. She soon graduated to the hazardous sport of steeplechasing or 'jumps racing' and became something of a celebrity. But when disaster struck, she stunned the racing establishment with courage and determination of quite epic proportions, unfolding over two decades.
A remarkable documentary, filmed over 12 months, that tells the story of Egypt's popular uprising and its aftermath, through the eyes of the people at the heart of the revolution.
Stories include, 'Indonesian police kill five suspected militants', 'France hit by fatal shootings', 'Lawyers call for judicial inquiry into tasers', 'Online retailing threatens Australia: Harvey', 'Mystery ailment overshadows mining tax' and 'Bligh, Newman clash in election debate'.
The story, 'Exclusive: Michael J. Fox', details new research driven by Michael J. Fox and Sydney Parkinson's sufferer Clyde Campbell and it’s looking like the best hope for better treatment and eventually, a cure. The story, 'Kings of Kongo', enters the danger zone and finds that all hope is not lost in saving Africa's Mountain Gorillas. The story, 'Hello possums', joins three iconic Australians. Barry Humphries will farewell Aussie icons Dame Edna and Sir Les Patterson in a finale tour around the country this June.
Living Black returns with an exclusive interview with the woman at the centre of the Australia Day rage. Join us as Barbara Shaw speaks out for the first time about her role in protests that made international headlines.
The story, 'A brave face', explains how Charla Nash was savagely mauled by a friend's pet chimpanzee. The story, 'The crystal cave', journeys to the centre of the earth to a place known as the crystal cave. The story, 'Manhunt', joins the manhunt for Australia's most wanted man Malcolm Naden.
Stories include, 'Floods report opens way for legal action', 'Thorpe's Olympics dreams all but dashed', 'Fair Work describes dysfunctional HSU', 'National panel to investigate alcohol advertising', 'Greens demand scrapping x-ray age tests', 'Shooting rampage soldier had brain injury: lawyer', 'Friday forum: Greg Sheridan, Professor White', 'Payout after bullying-related suicide', 'Victoria's nurses triumph in industrial dispute' and 'Sydney academics challenge redundancy criteria'.
Stories include, 'Queensland election heats up with claims against Campbell Newman', 'Costello questions Future Fund appointment', 'Retail sector demands action on predicted job losses', 'Presidential election marks Timorese independence date' and 'Clarke and Dawe on breaking news stories'.
Is there a budding psychopath in your family? Opening the South Pole via satellite; take a wild ride in the next generation of motion simulator.
Stories include, 'Costello slams Gonski's Future Fund appointment', 'Law firm under fire over billing practises', 'Austar boss fears piracy explosion under NBN', 'Climatologist slams intimidation of scientists', 'Key Communist Party powerbroker sacked', 'London court dismisses nuclear veterans' compo case' and 'John Wood portrait wins Packing Room Prize'.
Stories include, 'Small tax cut creates big government headache', 'National Living Treasure Palmer explains gripe with national treasurer', 'Japan PM faces nuclear meltdown acclaim and criticism' and 'Liberal Party website extends online comment concerns'.
Stories include, 'Business tax cuts a con, says Abbott', 'Three arrested over gun import syndicate', 'Watchdog to crack down on dodgy trucking companies', 'Newman fends off investigation concerns', 'China's Wen apologises for mistakes' and 'Australia getting hotter, sea levels rising: CSIRO'.
Stories include, 'Political ad renews civil union push', 'Finance Minister delves into mining tax and budget talk', 'Verbal communication support called in to question', 'Homs massacre prompts call for Syrian intervention' and 'Human rights group offers thoughts on Syria'.
Bird flu is already aggressively lethal so why did laboratory researchers engineer a super strain that can be contracted far more easily, just like normal flu. It's a question that has provoked raging arguments within the scientific community and provoked an extraordinary reaction from security agencies worried about the prospect of bio-terrorism.
Stories include, 'Six arrested in UK phone-hacking investigation', 'Delegates attacked at Afghan civilian shooting site', 'Carr sworn in as Foreign Affairs Minister', 'NT step closer to nuclear waste dump', 'Rentoul joins Lateline', 'Growing clamour for urgent action in Syria', 'Putin slams US-Euro missile defence plans' and 'Adelaide waste depot fire forces evacuations'.
As a video about Joseph Kony goes viral, Aaron Lewis revisits his search for 'Africa's most wanted' and looks at the Kony 2012 internet sensation; Dateline reports on the painful effects of the Eurozone crisis in Spain, with people in cities and the rural heartland taking to the streets and The rape and murder of 11-year-old Marco Archer have highlighted the violent crime wave sweeping the previously idyllic Bahamas.
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