In a satirical Media Sasquatch segment, Shaun Micallef and the "dean of journalism at the University of Coober Pedy" discuss the reporting of department store sale prices during current affairs broadcasts.
Craig Reucassel tackles one of our planet's biggest challenges, climate change. He explores where our energy comes from, how transport and travel emissions affect our health, plus the carbon footprint of the food we eat.
Australia's leading nightly public affairs program, bringing you more exclusive investigations and real-life stories of extraordinary Australians. Plus, a unique perspective on the issues of the day. Presented by Leigh Sales.
Our unrivalled network of foreign correspondents travel the world to uncover the stories beyond the news, sharing the stories of real people who witness what unfolds everyday and whatever 2021 will bring.
Four Corners investigates accusations of mismanagement and neglect which have fuelled a bitter dispute between Kakadu's traditional owners and the authority that runs the World Heritage Listed site.
More women have come forward with allegations of sexual assault after last week's allegations a woman was raped in Parliament House. Dr Norman Swan on the coronavirus COVID-19 vaccine rollout. The struggle to get into the housing market.
David Speers interviews Health Minister Greg Hunt. Mike Bowers talks pictures with the Age and Sydney Morning Herald photographer Alex Ellinghausen. On the panel are ABC Radio Melbourne's Raf Epstein, the Saturday Paper's Karen Middleton and News.com.au's Samantha Maiden to discuss shocking allegations of rape at Parliament House and the government's response. Plus the coronavirus COVID-19 vaccine rollout and Facebook blocking Australian news content.
Facebook follows through on its threat to restrict access to Australian news. Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull discusses the news media and digital platforms bargaining code. Another tumultuous week for Crown Resorts. Plus Frank Sedgman is one of the last surviving tennis greats from the golden age of the 1950s.
The People's Republic of Hookturnistan comes one step closer to glory.
Can you survive without Google? Could you last a day without news in your Facebook feed? The tech giants have threatened to pull their services from Australia if the federal government goes ahead with a news media bargaining code forcing them to pay media outlets for their news content. On the day Facebook blocked Australian news, a Q and A panel gathers to discuss if governments should reign in the might of the tech sector. Panellists: Paul Fletcher, minister for communications, cyber Safety and the arts; Michelle Rowland, shadow communications minister; Julie Inman Grant, e-safety commissioner; Lydia Khalil, international security expert; and Hal Crawford, media consultant and former news director. With a live performance from the Rubens.
The fallout from allegations that a young woman was raped in Parliament House two years ago continues to dominate politics. Victoria wants to construct quarantine facilities outside the city.
Two prominent voices on early childhood, Nicola Forrest and Jay Weatherill, discuss how a revitalised early learning system would deliver the best social and economic outcomes.
He’s been poisoned, almost blinded, arrested and jailed but Alexei Navalny isn’t cowed. He wants to force out Russian President Vladimir Putin and he’s risking his life to do it. The inside story of Navalny’s plan to take down his president.
The fallout from shocking allegations that young Liberal staffer Brittany Higgins was raped in Parliament House. A Sri Lankan family of four will remain on Christmas Island for now after a Federal Court decision. Leigh Sales interviews Bill Gates.
Self-described defenders of Russia are determined to shut down anti-Vladimir Putin sentiment in Australia, establishing pro-Moscow chapters as part of a propaganda war to remind the world that Russia is a force to the reckoned with.
Victorians are anxiously waiting to see if the state's latest lockdown will be effective in reining in a coronavirus COVID-19 cluster. Victoria's lockdown has further dashed the hopes of Australians trying to get home from overseas. Sarah Ferguson reports on Donald Trump's impeachment trial from Washington.
David Speers interviews ACTU secretary Sally McManus. Mike Bowers talks pictures with A Rational Fear's Dan Ilic. On the panel are David Crowe from the Age and Sydney Morning Herald, ABC Radio National's Patricia Karvelas and the Herald Sun's James Campbell to discuss the week in politics, including Peter Dutton's handling of a community grants program, and Labor's industrial relations proposal.
A vaccine could be our most powerful weapon in the fight against coronavirus COVID-19. So when will it be available? Who will get priority and how will it change the way we live, work and travel? Is our national strategy the right one? Panellists: Nick Coatsworth, federal government infectious diseases advisor; Sharon Lewin, leading infectious diseases expert and director of the Doherty Institute; Michelle Ananda-Rajah, associate director, Monash Institute of Medical Engineering; and Tony Blakely, epidemiologist, University of Melbourne.
The coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak linked to Melbourne's Holiday Inn quarantine hotel grows. A dispute over a dam proposal raises questions about how much a community is willing to pay to protect koalas. Plus satire with Mark Humphries.
7.30 investigates how home affairs minister Peter Dutton awarded millions of dollars in community grants. More than 80,000 mortgages are still being deferred. Plus what Giggle and Hoot star Jimmy Rees did next.
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