In part one of our housing special we look at the widening gulf between those who own property and those who've been priced out. Plus drought, fires and now floods - Australia's summer has gone from one extreme to another.
Australia's current affairs program with a proven record of excellence over several decades. Join television's top reporters as they investigate, analyse, and uncover the issues affecting all Australians.
Walkley Award-winning journalist David Speers joins the program, bringing his inimitable interview style and forensic analysis to Australia's most popular political affairs program.
Is the Australian economy heading for recession? Plus investigations continue into the crimes of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Presented by Leigh Sales.
It's been a long hot summer. Let's cool down with a song. Sammy J gives a rundown of the summer's political controversies in a parody of Australian cricket's C'mon Aussie C'mon 1978 anthem.
More Australians evacuated out of Wuhan as coronavirus continues to spread. Leigh Sales interviews former Australian ambassador to Washington, Joe Hockey. Plus the schools where students aren't required to do homework.
Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia Philip Lowe delivers a National Press Club address at Doltone House in Sydney.
We speak to Australian matchmakers ready to share their trade secrets. Does true love need a helping hand or should we leave it to serendipity? And is matchmaking back?
The fight over the leadership of the National Party. Plus the agriculture industry counts the cost of the bushfires. Presented by Leigh Sales.
Host Hamish Macdonald takes the program to Bega, sharing the stories of bushfire-affected communities and giving people impacted the chance to ask questions and take part in a conversation about disaster management.
This is Australia's premier investigative journalism program. Since 1961, the team have been exposing scandals, triggering inquiries, firing debate and confronting taboos.
Bridget McKenzie resigns from cabinet and as Nationals deputy leader over the sports rorts affair. Plus hundreds of Australians have been evacuated from the coronavirus epicentre, Wuhan. Presented by Leigh Sales.
Walkley Award-winning journalist David Speers brings his inimitable interview style and forensic analysis to Australia's most popular political affairs program.
Twenty years on, there are still questions about the terrible crash that killed Princess Diana, Dodi Al Fayed and the driver Henri Paul. This new documentary brings the story up to date with new evidence not seen before on TV. It reports allegations made by a French witness that there was a conspiracy to kill Princess Diana and the details of how that caused the fatal crash in the Alma Tunnel.
As one of America's most influential and celebrated newspaper editors, Ben Bradlee found himself at the centre of many of the 20th-century's most seismic storms, including: World War II, John F Kennedy and, most memorably, Watergate and the fall of Richard Nixon.
How do students in Finland outperform children across the world while spending less time in class? Linton Besser reports on school funding, how teachers are valued, and the influence of parents in the Scandinavian country.
The deadly coronavirus has sent a wave of fear around Australia. The latest on the sports grants scandal. Why schools in Finland consistently outperform those across the developed world. Plus Mark Humphries' satirical take.
Leigh Sales interviews former UK PM David Cameron about whether he has any regrets over Brexit, his views on climate change and Australia's bushfire response. Plus Laura Tingle on PM Scott Morrison's speech at the Press Club.
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