Sir David Attenborough says the Australian Government has not done enough to battle climate change. Plus concerns about the prevalence of corruption in Australia's esports community.
This episode follows Australian veterans back to Timor-Leste 20 years after the violent struggle for freedom. We look at the country's progress and struggles, and ask if Australia's been a good neighbour.
Dying is an expensive business with the billion-dollar funeral industry virtually unregulated. We reveal the dubious tactics of some in the industry, from price gouging, unethical conduct and questionable treatment of bodies.
A woman pleads with authorities to keep her fiance's killer behind bars. We join teenager Harriet O'Shea Carre, who helped start Australia's student climate protests, in NY. Plus the man who became a full-time kangaroo carer.
Sunday Night looks at the K-Pop phenomenon, interviewing K-Pop stars Bang Chan and Felix. Also, a look at three very different approaches to retirement.
While PM Scott Morrison is in Washington meeting with President Donald Trump, Fran Kelly and the panel bring you the key talking points from back home including the parliamentary sitting week. Plus, the latest from the US visit.
Four months after losing the election, Labor is still grappling to come to terms with what went wrong. Michael Palin discusses his recent trip to North Korea. Plus political satire from Mark Humphries.
The Queensland Government is planning further restrictions on farm run-off into the Great Barrier Reef catchments, despite opposition from agricultural groups. Plus two men with disabilities find freedom on the ski slopes.
What does it take to stage the most coordinated mass protests in history? Dateline looks at how Hong Kongers are orchestrating civil unrest, and find out why the protest movement is taking a new turn.
The show that takes you around the globe to uncover fascinating and in-depth stories. Our unrivalled network of foreign correspondents report on real international stories and the people involved.
Property investors stand to lose millions in the collapse of apartment developer Ralan Group. Plus Leigh Sales interviews author Margaret Atwood about her new sequel to The Handmaid's Tale.
The crippling drought is stretching into even the greenest parts of Australia. There has been a surge in new cases of the lung disease silicosis among stonemasons. Plus the dog helping school kids to read.
Social media has transformed the way we communicate and how we express our thoughts and emotions. Whether it's Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp or any number of digital platforms, there are more ways than ever for people to make their views known. Now the concern is that social media sites have morphed into the perfect platform for orchestrated disinformation campaigns which could shape identities and attitudes. As governments around the world grapple with calls to regulate what is published on social media, and with tech companies fiercely resisting attempts to curtail their business model, this timely program explores these key issues.
Steve Pennells accompanies a Melbourne mother back to the city of her birth, Chernobyl, to find some answers. Also, Angela Cox takes us on board a fleet of gravity-defying catamarans.
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.
Bupa's aged care homes are failing standards across Australia. Plus the operation to relocate fish from Menindee to a healthier part of the Darling River.
Suburban residents are furious they're being offered the NBN via satellite, normally used in regional areas. Two retired Anglican priests have tied the knot in what's believed to be Australia's first clergy same-sex marriage.
Spain's rural population is decreasing at an alarming rate, and as the government and locals scramble to stop the exodus, can a bus load of single ladies save the day?
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