Two Ruby Princess crew members speak out about their ordeal. The federal government's childcare relief scheme has created unexpected problems for the sector. Plus the church that promotes bleach as a cure for coronavirus COVID-19.
Lebanon's young and old, rich and poor, Muslim, Christian and Druze have united to try and overthrow corrupt and incompetent leaders. They face hyperinflation, currency collapse, high unemployment, power cuts and coronavirus COVID-19.
The healthcare workers on the frontlines of the fight against coronavirus COVID-19. Four Corners has captured video diaries, interviews and footage with deeply personal accounts from staff in hospitals and GP clinics across Australia.
Coronavirus has turned the property market upside down in the blink of an eye. Plus Dr Norman Swan looks at whether COVID-19 is likely to be more of a problem in the colder months.
David Speers interviews education minister Dan Tehan. Mike Bowers is joined Amy Remeikis for Talking Pictures. On the couch are RN Drive's host Patricia Karvelas, ABC's Andrew Probyn and the Australian's Niki Savva to discuss calls to re-open schools for face-to-face teaching, deteriorating bilateral relations with China, plus Antony Green on the Eden-Monaro by-election.
Calls for private health insurers to hand back profits to customers during coronavirus COVID-19 crisis. How the pandemic changed the way we farewell loved ones who have passed away. Plus an investigation into a cluster in Tasmania.
Concerns about the long-term cost of people accessing their super during the coronavirus crisis. Dr Norman Swan looks at how COVID-19 has affected some children. Plus the pandemic prompts renewed calls for economic reform.
Over half a million tourists visit Machu Picchu in Peru each year. What happens when coronavirus COVID-19 locks them out? We meet the locals adapting to isolation and a tourist drought.
A deeply divided nation in the throes of a culture war. The Polish government and Catholic Church are forming a holy alliance to denounce Western-style liberalism. Now feminists, gay people and liberals are fighting back.
Parts of Australia have gone more than a week with no new coronavirus COVID-19 cases. The pandemic expose how reliant Australia is on the rest of the world for crucial goods such as medical supplies. Claims of unsafe conditions in two call centres in the Philippines.
How the cruise of a lifetime turned into a deadly nightmare. Passengers and day trippers were trapped when New Zealand's most active volcano, White Island, erupted. Were tourists warned of the danger and could more have been done to prevent tragedy?
Did New Zealand's coronavirus lockdown need to go so far? Dr Norman Swan compares Australia's COVID-19 response to Sweden's. Plus mental health support groups are receiving a record number of calls. Presented by Leigh Sales.
David Speers interviews Shadow Minister for Home Affairs Kristina Keneally. Mike Bowers is joined by SBS chief political correspondent Brett Mason for Talking Pictures. On the couch are the Age and Sydney Morning Herald's James Chessell, Network 10's Peter van Onselen and ABC Radio Melbourne's Virginia Trioli to discuss the next steps in easing restrictions and economic reform plus Australia calls for an independent investigation into the origins of coronavirus COVID-19.
Researchers across the globe are racing to develop a vaccine for coronavirus COVID-19. Hospitality and the arts are two of the sectors that have suffered the biggest hit during this pandemic. Anzac Day will look very different this year.
Health professionals are incensed by dramatic price increases for face masks and other protective equipment by one of Australia's largest medical suppliers. Dr Norman Swan looks at the long-term health impact of the pandemic.
Can ordinary Israelis and Palestinians succeed where politicians have failed by negotiating a solution for Middle East peace? Will COVID-19 bring solidarity instead of division to the table?
New York City is the epicentre of the US fight against the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. We follow paramedics, police, ICU nurses, overworked doctors and volunteers on the frontline despite a lack of personal protective equipment.
The nation's second largest airline, Virgin Australia, now in the hands of administrators. Coronavirus COVID-19 has overwhelmed countries like the UK, which is on track to be the worst-hit in Europe. Plus the debate over whether to send kids to school.
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