On April 15 the world watched on in horror as one of France's most famous landmarks, Notre-Dame Cathedral, caught alight. The cathedral had stood for more than 800 years, through revolutions and world wars, but as the flames took hold, the architectural icon was in peril. What took place over the next nine hours was an epic battle by some 400 firefighters to save the building.
As the 46th parliament takes shape, Tony Jones and the audience question Labor MP Mark Dreyfus, Professor of Indigenous Studies Marcia Langton, philosopher/writer Bernard-Henri Levy, and people's panellist Rachael Jacobs.
Melissa Doyle speaks with three women who were scammed by Hamish McClaren, a conman who stole millions and preyed on the vulnerable and naive using romance, lies and multiple identities.
After the Coalition secured a majority of lower house seats in the election, Barrie Cassidy and a panel of experts look back on a seismic week in politics. Where to now for Scott Morrison? And who will lead the Labor Party?
The inspiring story of the Aussie woman with over 2000 personalities. How her brain conjured up the different characters to protect her from abuse, and even more incredibly, how they all worked together to bring an evil monster to justice.
10 News First's Hugh Riminton talked to Bob Hawke and Blanche d'Alpuget in 2010 about the telemovie Hawke.
Love him or hate him, you can't deny Bob Hawke's impact on this country. Follow the personal and professional rise and fall of Australia's infamous Prime Minister.
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.
Former reality television medic Chris Cleary is now using her first aid skills to help homeless people in western Sydney. Political editor Laura Tingle on expectations of the Morrison government. The role of sporting clubs in helping migrants find acceptance and a sense of community. Blanche d'Alpuget on the late Bob Hawke. Plus, Mark Humphries satirises Prime Minister Scott Morrison's appreciation of a slogan and the groundbreaking new research being done at a laboratory in Perth into how we perceive other people's faces.
Some economists concerned about the Coalition's first home buyer scheme. Each day, millions of people around the world communicate and share content across Facebook's powerful empire, giving it an extraordinary insight into their lives. AirBNB and other short-term accommodation options are dividing tourist towns across Australia. Plus, comedian Dan Ilic sits down with his mother to discuss satirising news at home and abroad.
Even Prime Minister Scott Morrison sees Saturday night's election victory for the coalition as something of a miracle, saying it's thanks to quiet Australians with dreams and aspirations of getting ahead. How Queensland changed the election. Plus, high-profile Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton on the Queensland Liberal victory and Anthony Albanese has put his hand up to be the party's new leader. Plus, the Wisdom Wombat refuge south of Sydney, Aboriginal repatriation, Melinda Gates comes face-to-face with extreme poverty and injured workers speak out about feeling trapped by NSW's compensation scheme.
Muay Thai is one of the toughest martial arts in the world. But after the death of a child boxer, Thailand debates the future of its national sport. Is Muay Thai an ancient art form or child abuse?
Jenny Brockie takes a look at how people decide when to intervene with surgery for their individual weight loss.
Andrew Denton sits down with interesting, amazing people, and finds out what makes them tick.
Will the death of former prime minister Bob Hawke influence the federal election outcome? Satirist Mark Humphries offers a cautionary tale on voting below the line. Ensuring Australians in the most isolated parts of the country get their say? Where the major parties might gain and lose seats this election, and what the Senate might look like after the election.
On Saturday May 18, 2019, former prime minister Tony Abbott lost the fight of his political life. His 25-year career as the member for Warringah was ended by the independent candidate Zali Steggall. Four Corners brings you the inside story of how the battle for Warringah was lost and won. In interviews with key players, the program reveals the strategy behind the Steggall campaign, the roots of the insurgency within the seat of Warringah and the roles played by the key activist groups, GetUp and Advance Australia.
Panellists include Jim Chalmers, Shadow Minister for Finance; Christopher Pyne, Former Liberal MP; Alice Workman, Political reporter, The Australian; Ming Long, Business leader; and Alan Jones, Radio Broadcaster.
See two Aussie surfing mates in the fight of their lives to protect paradise from greedy Chinese developers; meet the child protesters wagging school to save the world; and watch 60 Minutes' tribute to Bob Hawke's wonderful larrikin life.
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