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.
An Indigenous perspective on Australia Day, with crosses to Survival Day and Invasion Day events across the nation as well as the Yabun Festival in Sydney - a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
A ceremony to recognise and celebrate the contribution of many Australians, featuring a stirring 21-gun 'Salute to Australia' by the Royal Australian Navy, Australian Army, and Royal Australian Air Force from Government House.
A brief address to the nation from Australia's Governor-General to mark Australia Day.
Recognising the achievements of extraordinary Australians - nominated from eight states and territories in four categories. The Australian of the Year Awards hosted by Hamish Macdonald and Susie Youssef in Canberra.
A look back at some of our best stories. This episode is all about bees. The beehive detecting destructive hitchhiking mites, plus coordinating the mass migration of millions of bees to pollinate Australian orchards.
US President Joe Biden starts his term facing a series of crises. Former FBI director James Comey discusses restoring trust in America's institutions. Plus First Nations people share their thoughts on Australia Day.
Quarantine exemptions: Who decides and what is the process to get one? Joe Biden is about to be sworn in as US president. Plus concerns over the Attack Class submarine project.
Concerns over airborne transmission of COVID-19 in hotel quarantine. Coronavirus is spreading through the UK on a scale difficult to comprehend. Plus Laura Tingle interviews actor Jacki Weaver.
Some tennis players are unhappy about quarantine arrangements. Why states and territories took on the responsibility for quarantining overseas arrivals. Concerns over the Australian War Memorial's $500 million makeover.
Kodie Bedford is a storyteller who aims to tell tales of modern Australia, free from the expectations of people who want to put her in a box.
We look back at some of our best stories. Rising to the coronavirus COVID-19 challenge: a locally designed and made ventilator; value-adding with ice creams and bouquets; organic produce in demand.
Donald Trump has made history as the first US president ever impeached twice. Australians stranded overseas left frustrated as the number of people allowed into the country is reduced.
Yet another international sporting event has been forced to give way to the pandemic. The debate over the effectiveness of the AstraZeneca coronavirus COVID-19 vaccine.
Social media companies facing a backlash. We take a look at the Trump Administration's Indo-Pacific strategy. Plus rising sea levels are visibly changing Kakadu.
There are growing calls for US President Donald Trump to stand down or face impeachment. Plus some health experts say restrictions to stop the spread of a new strain of coronavirus COVID-19 in Australia are too little, too late.
Tim Minchin has come a long way from his early days growing up in Perth. The comedian, actor and songwriter has become an international star by pushing boundaries and courting controversy.
In this episode, we go armchair travelling through regional Australia with orca tourism off Western Australia, plus the little town that took a chance in order to survive.
An unprecedented and ugly day in Washington DC as Donald Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol building. Sydney's cricket Test at the centre of controversy. First doses of the coronavirus COVID-19 vaccine to be available in Australia next month.
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