Stories include, 'Pokie industry braces for fight', 'Flood waters inundate Queensland', 'Fight to save South China Tiger', 'Record breaking ACDC tour wraps up'.
Stories include, 'Parental leave plan leaves business fuming', 'Abbott defends fair parental leave plan', 'Iraqi voters defy insurgents', 'Community will suffer if sheikh is deported', 'Murdered toddler's parents relieved over arrest', 'Government keeps beef import ban', 'Bigelow snatches best director Oscar'.
Former members of the Church give a chilling portrait of life inside the organisation. Reporter Quentin McDermott talks to men and women who were members of an elite unit inside the Church in Australia and the United States. They explain why they joined, how they worked tirelessly for Scientology, and how, in some cases, they were pressured, and pressured others, to hand over hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Church.
Evolutionary biologist and outspoken atheist Professor Richard Dawkins joins host Tony Jones on the Q and A panel. Other panellists include Patrick McGorry, Australian of the Year, Sister Veronica Brady, Catholic nun, Tony Burke, Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry and Julie Bishop, Deputy Leader of the Opposition.
The story, 'Doomed', questions air safety after the Pel-Air disaster. The story, 'Oh, Mr Darcy!', features an interview with actor Colin Firth about his career and life. The story, 'The contender', details Opposition Leader Tony Abbott's life away from politics.
The story, 'On top of the world', details adventurer Tom Smitheringale's solo mission to trek to the North Pole. The story, 'Beating the bullies', examines a pioneering scheme designed to rescue children that are subject to bulling. The story, 'Supersized family', follows America's most famous supersized family, the Duggar family.
Could four children, a teenager and an adult have been killed by Australian soldiers in Afghanistan in a case of mistaken identity? Sampat Pal from Uttar Pradesh in India had little education, was married off at 12 and became a mother at 15. It's a familiar story in the impoverished area, but now she's literally hitting back against such age-old traditions, and the men who enforce them. Plus George Negus interviews renowned atheist Richard Dawkins.
Stories include, 'Evacuations underway in flood-threatened towns', 'St George inundated as flood waters rise', 'Indian boy's death shocks Melbourne', 'Full-time carer deported despite desperate plea', 'Iraqis cast votes in troubled election', 'States cop Rudd's ire over health scare campaign', 'Health overhaul won't save Labor: Bishop', 'Arthritis patients demand Vioxx compensation', 'Indigenous man takes out Glover Prize'.
Stories include, 'Australian crime writer wins Gold Dagger', 'Fears of terror attack as Iraq election looms', 'Extinct frog discovered in NSW', 'Alarm bells sound over Rudd's hospital plan', 'Clarke and Dawe on Abbott's adventures'.
Stories include, 'Rudd's plan to revamp health system', 'Panel discuss Rudd's hospital plan'.
Peter Singer, Tim Costello and others debate over how aid to poor countries is best spent in 'One Just World'.
Stories include, 'Professor Robert Shiller joins The 7.30 Report', 'Future of NT outstations uncertain', 'Australian houses amongst least affordable in the world'.
A 7 year old Ethiopian girl is portrayed as destitute and in grave danger. She is in fact 13 and has been well cared for much to the surprise of her adopting family. Then there are the children told they're just visiting a foreign land who are in fact on a one way ticket. This is the powerful next instalment of Foreign Correspondent's investigation of international adoption in Ethiopia and the United States that began with 2009's Fly Away Children.
Stories include, 'Residents flee flooded town', 'Chaos strikes quake-affected Chile', 'Howard set to rule cricket council’, 'Reserve Bank raises interest rates', 'Iraqi doctors haunted by memories', 'Holcroft's custody death nothing new', 'Family's anguish over prison van death'.
Brings tales from the 'bleeding egde' of new media usage, when Moeed Ahmad, head of New Media from Al Jazeera discusses twitter, Iran and more. Biographer Tina Brown, on how Princess Diana manipulated the media to become a global superstar. Michael Goldfarb on the liberation of the European Jews from the Ghettos during the French Revolution. Plus Peter Singer, Tim Costello and others debate over how aid to poor countries is best spent in 'One Just World'.
Housing 36 million. What will a population boom mean for house prices and the way we live?
Stories include, 'Back to basics', 'Kevin the confessor', 'Gillard on the education revolution'.
Three orphans band together to take on the world. As a little boy, Glenn Scott dreamed of becoming a motorcycle champion... just like his heroes Mick Doohan and Casey Stoner. Bikes were a family obsession - but it was a passion that led to tragedy six years ago when Glenn's parents were killed during a road trip on their motorbike.
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