A year after the Islamic State's (IS) lightning conquest of Iraq's second largest city of Mosul, the poorly trained and equipped Kurdish peshmerga forces are the international coalition's only reliable boots on the ground in northern Iraq. For one month, Vice News embedded with the peshmerga fighters on the Mosul frontline, gaining an insight into the coalition's faltering war against IS through the eyes of the Kurdish volunteers bearing the brunt of the fighting.
He's the world's most enigmatic and dangerous dictator, cultivating an air of secrecy around himself and never giving interviews. Deemed the ruler of the hermit kingdom, he's now closer than ever to developing nuclear weapons. But what do we really know about Supreme Leader and 'Rocket Man', Kim Jong-un? Posing as tourists, a crew travels to Pyongyang to experience life under his autocracy.
Part 3 of our economy series looks at how the ageing population and a high level of immigration are having a huge impact. The latest on the SA bushfires. Plus basketball star Liz Cambage opens up about her mental health.
Part two of Alan Kohler's special series on the state of the economy. An anonymous Australian witness at the trial of Rolf Harris goes public. Plus the government is halting a key part of the robodebt scheme.
In the lead up to the 2020 presidential election, the US is caught in a ferocious battle over prescription drug prices. With some life-saving medications rising in cost by more than 5000 percent, we meet the Americans begging and borrowing to stay alive and turning to Australia for help.
Part one of a special series on the state of the economy by Alan Kohler. Refugee Behrouz Boochani has left Papua New Guinea and has no plans to return. Plus Sue Pieters-Hawke shares stories about her father Bob Hawke.
International criminal lawyer Patricia Viseur Sellers investigates the role of perpetrators, from leaders to followers, as well as those who resist the power of hate.
Sunday Night examines the baffling murder of Liselotte Watson on Macleay Island, and the man acquitted over the killing. Also, a look at the fight for justice over the Pike River mine disaster.
Spend your Sunday morning on the couch with Australia's sharpest political minds as they take you to the heart of the action with political news, interviews, analysis and laughs. Presented by Fran Kelly.
Six months after the Coalition was returned to Government, how do the Quiet Australians score Scott Morrison's performance?
The bushfire emergency continues across Queensland and NSW. Plus the push to impeach US President Donald Trump.
This program meets the families, estate agents, and heritage activists living in the ruins of Mosul, two years after the defeat of IS. With renewed instability in the region, can life in the once thriving cultural city ever return to normal?
7.30 brings you special coverage of the bushfire emergency in NSW, where catastrophic fire danger warnings are in place for a number of areas including Sydney.
There’s no more precious resource in Australia than our children. Equipping them with the reading and writing skills to face the future is vital, not only for their own success but for the nation's prosperity. Alarmingly, a number of test results and international benchmarks indicate some of our children are slipping behind in the key area of literacy. Four Corners examines the way reading and writing is being taught in our schools to find out what is going wrong.
NSW, QLD and WA have faced unprecedented fire conditions - and it might be about to get even worse. 7.30 brings you a special on the Bushfire Crisis, with reporters on the scene and a look at forecast catastrophic conditions.
What drives us to embrace hateful ideas? Extremism expert Sasha Havlicek explores the complicated factors that draw people toward ideologies that fuel hate and violence.
Sunday Night investigates the disappearance of three young women from Claremont in the 90s, and what led to a bombshell arrest. Also, Rod Stewart sits down with Rahni Sadler to discuss his career.
PM Morrison started the week at the East Asia Summit in Bangkok and met with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang. The Weatherill/Emerson report into Labor's election loss is released and Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese responds.
The Morrison Government has announced a drought stimulus package that includes new interest-free loans for farmers and small businesses.
How police busted a multi-million-dollar 'ghost college' scam. As fire seasons overlap in Australia and California, there are concerns over the sharing of firefighting resources. Plus Leigh Sales interviews actor Matt Damon.
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