From Perth policeman to a life of high fashion and celebrity in New York, Russell James is one of the world's most influential fashion photographers. His work graces the covers of Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire and Sports Illustrated and he counts amongst his friends designer Donna Karan, entrepreneur Richard Branson and former Australian of the Year Professor Fiona Stanley. But despite fame and the lure of celebrity, Russell James was struggling in his personal life. After a period of anguish and self-reflection, he returned to Australia to work on an art collaboration with Aboriginal artist Clifton Bienudurry.
A revealing profile of the man who wants to be the next Prime Minister of Australia. He likes to ride his bike, he's not frightened to bare his body for the cameras, but what is Tony Abbott really like? And what sort of national leader would he make? Reporter Liz Jackson talks to the people who knew him at school, at university and key Liberal powerbrokers who championed him in his rise to power.
Stories include, 'Rudd pledges doctor training funding boost', 'CSIRO backs global warming science', 'Sheikh appeals deportation order', 'Democrats abandoning Obama: historian', 'Combat training with the US Marines'.
Panellists include Miranda Devine, conservative columnist, Waleed Aly, politics lecturer, Catherine Deveny, comedian and writer, Bill Shorten, Parliamentary Secretary for Disabilities and Children’s Services and Peter Dutton, Shadow Minister for Health.
Stories include, Keel Hauled/Scientology Unmasked/Star Stalkers
Across the western world it is no longer the threat from al-Qaeda that governments are most concerned about. Instead, it's home-grown terror plots hatched by their own citizens. Following the attempt to bomb an airliner over Detroit on Christmas Day, this series presented by award-winning reporter Peter Taylor ('Age of Terror') looks at the angry young men of Generation Jihad who have turned their backs on the country where they were born.
Why are Americans disenchanted so soon into his first term? Aaron Lewis investigates. Also on the show, George Negus chats to America's new ambassador to Australia and David O'Shea revisits Bali to find that the mentally ill patients once held in chains have thankfully been released.
Stories include, 'Lounge room safari', 'Save me', 'Vicious cycle.
Stories include, 'Teen's death puts spotlight on Aboriginal deaths in custody', 'Union bounty hunters', 'Painful reality - patients let down', 'Clarke and Dawe's take on the week'.
Is arsenic tarnishing the glitter of our golden prosperity?; the latest in spacesuits - fit for a trip to Mars; meet the legendary Professor Nancy Millis; and calling all dads and dads-to-be.
Stories include, 'Government's insulation fix has safety gaps', 'Errors prompt review of UN climate panel', 'Hockey attacks terror laws, censorship plan', 'Calls for inquest into teen's death in custody', 'Hurley testifies at Doomadgee inquest', 'Mental health system in crisis: McGorry', 'Beef backflip betrays Australian consumers'.
Stories include, 'Government to foot bill for insulation removal', 'Indonesia to criminalise people smuggling', 'Bali bombing mastermind confirmed dead', 'Media mocks climate sceptics: Newman', 'Government urged to embrace renewable energy', 'Government committed to all forms of energy', 'Bullying ruling opens door for compo claims'.
Stories include, 'Friendly neighbours', 'Lindsay Tanner joins The 7.30 Report', 'Landmark case seeks hefty pay rises for women', 'The last resort'.
World renowned climate scientist Michael Oppenheimer outlines the evidence for global warming.
Stories include, 'Recreating Mutiny on the Bounty', 'Changes to domestic violence laws don't go far enough', 'Defence chiefs warned to keep it simple', 'Big new tax - debate over Abbott's parental leave plan'.
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