Panellists include Malcolm Turnbull, former Liberal leader, Tanya Pilbersek, Minister for Housing and Status of Women, Mungo MacCallum, political commentator, John Roskam, Institute of Public Affairs and Jane Caro, social commentator.
When Dateline returns for 2010 on Sunday, 21 February at 8.30pm, its intrepid host will be in Libya, conducting a rare, face-to-face interview with the country's leader, Muammar Gaddafi. Also on Dateline, video journalist David Brill takes you inside the utterly surreal world of Bagram Air Base. And finally, dive into the world's first national shark sanctuary.
Stories include, 'The forgotten', 'Western problem, eastern cure', and 'Legion of warriors'.
This story presents an Australian perspective on the use of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine to treat obesity.
Stories include, 'Garrett brings end to home insulation scheme', 'Rudd risks Japanese wrath over whaling ultimatum', 'Garrett in the hot seat over insulation bungles', 'Vatican announces MacKillop as Australia's first saint', 'Taliban strongholds falling, says NATO', 'Abdullah joins Lateline', 'RBA chief slams workplace regime', 'The economic week that was'.
The powerful new fusion reactor that could save the world; hook worms to the rescue of Coeliac disease sufferers; how to make a metamorphic rock; and penguins living on the edge of suburbia.
Stories include, 'No respite for Garrett', 'Deal or no deal?', 'Troubled Toyota', 'AC/DC snaps on show in Sydney', 'A tribute to Ruby Hunter'.
Stories include, 'Insulation questions still dogging Garrett', 'Brown orders inquiry into Hamas leader assassination', 'Film maker's admission reignites euthanasia debate', 'Hunt tackles Garnaut over Liberal climate policy', 'Dalai Lama arrives in US', 'World ignoring Iraqi refugees', 'Aussies warned away from Bangkok', 'Kidnap-accused missionaries returning home'.
The first of the 2010 season of the ever-popular IQ2 debates deals with, "Popular Culture: We've seen the future, and it's junk". Bess Nungarrayi Price defends the controversial Northern 'Intervention'. Also a fascinating and thoughtful forum at the Graduate Centre at the City University in New York recently, a group of philosophers, theologians and writers gathered to discuss how science and religion coexist. Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner have written the sequel, "Superfreakonomics", which again delivers an entertaining mix of pop culture and theory. In their first book they applied economic principals to a variety of life's experiences.
Stories include, 'Dodgy solar panels spark fire concerns', 'Abbott narrowly escapes semi-trailer collision', 'Obama ends 30-year nuclear power freeze', 'Coalition's climate policy an abomination, says Garnaut', 'Dubai reveals details of assassination suspects'.
Anyone who grew up in the 70s and had a television also grew up with M.A.S.H. - the black comedy about a bunch of US medical staff at a mobile surgical hospital in the Korean War. The series premiered in 1972, and the 1983 finale still ranks as one of the most-watched television of all time. When Foreign Correspondent's Mark Corcoran stepped out of a helicopter in a remote outpost of Afghanistan in January, he walked into a modern-day, real-life version of M.A.S.H. Here though the world weary cast of cynical and conniving characters are replaced with what looks like youthful exuberance and sophisticated clinical precision.
Stories include, 'ADHD medication debate reignites', 'Is bullying in schools on the rise?', 'Thin Green Line - dangers of protecting rare species'.
Stories include, 'Hockey announces Medibank privatisation plans', 'School stabbing accused refused bail', 'Al Qaeda won't stop Kookaburras, says coach', 'Afghan force meets stiff resistance', 'The twists and turns of US politics', 'Coalition's poll resurgence continues'.
Well-known and not so well-known Australians share their remarkable personal stories in their own words. #AustralianStory.
Stories include, 'Abbott resurrects Howard's hospital plan', 'NIB offers cut price genetic tests', 'Tea Party movement gains momentum', 'Trailblazing pin-up girls remembered'.
The heart-rending story that tells what it's like to live with a disability, or to care for someone who is disabled, in Australia today. Reporter Wendy Carlisle meets the families the nation has neglected.
Stories include, 'Five jailed in landmark terrorism trial', 'At least 25 killed in Belgium train collision', 'Afghan civilians killed in NATO strike', 'Faulkner in talks with US defence heads', 'Coalition's poll resurgence continues', 'Federal Government faces litigation over insulation bungles', '13 year old charged over school stabbing', 'Aussie protester detained on whaling ship'.
The Q&A panel includes: Lindsay Tanner, Finance Minister; Barnaby Joyce, shandow finance minister; Satyajit Das, former banker; Melinda Tankard Reist, social commentator; Rebecca Huntley, author.
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