Jenny Brockie takes a look at how people decide when to intervene with surgery for their individual weight loss.
Andrew Denton sits down with interesting, amazing people, and finds out what makes them tick.
Will the death of former prime minister Bob Hawke influence the federal election outcome? Satirist Mark Humphries offers a cautionary tale on voting below the line. Ensuring Australians in the most isolated parts of the country get their say? Where the major parties might gain and lose seats this election, and what the Senate might look like after the election.
On Saturday May 18, 2019, former prime minister Tony Abbott lost the fight of his political life. His 25-year career as the member for Warringah was ended by the independent candidate Zali Steggall. Four Corners brings you the inside story of how the battle for Warringah was lost and won. In interviews with key players, the program reveals the strategy behind the Steggall campaign, the roots of the insurgency within the seat of Warringah and the roles played by the key activist groups, GetUp and Advance Australia.
Panellists include Jim Chalmers, Shadow Minister for Finance; Christopher Pyne, Former Liberal MP; Alice Workman, Political reporter, The Australian; Ming Long, Business leader; and Alan Jones, Radio Broadcaster.
See two Aussie surfing mates in the fight of their lives to protect paradise from greedy Chinese developers; meet the child protesters wagging school to save the world; and watch 60 Minutes' tribute to Bob Hawke's wonderful larrikin life.
Barrie Cassidy is joined by panellists Niki Savva, Patricia Karvelas and David Crowe to look at the key trends and swings, winners and losers and where to next after the federal election.
It's called "reality" television but there's not very much that's real about it. Angela Cox reveals there's a dark and very dangerous side to the genre's relentless drive for controversy and ratings.
Australian voters have had their say. As the results come in, we hear from the party leaders. Plus, reaction, insights and analysis from our experienced team of political minds led by Leigh Sales and Antony Green.
Leigh Sales, Annabel Crabb and Antony Green present Australia's most trusted election coverage. Plus Laura Tingle, Andrew Probyn, Barrie Cassidy and Michael Rowland with essential insights and analysis as early trends emerge.
The whole nation will be watching for the moment Antony Green calls the election. See the count unfold live as Leigh Sales and Annabel Crabb bring you fast, accurate results and unmissable election night moments.
In a special election eve edition of 7.30, Leigh Sales is joined by Laura Tingle, Annabel Crabb and Barrie Cassidy. We look at the legacy of Bob Hawke. Plus satirist Mark Humphries tries to vote below the line.
In a special extended edition, Leigh Sales cross-examines Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten. Plus we look back at the life of Bob Hawke.
Bill Shorten reveals the Labor Party's plan for Australia in the week before the 2019 federal election.
Labor's proposal to halve the capital gains tax discount could have a bigger impact on property prices than negative gearing, a high-profile economist says. Plus the school where students design their own classes.
Scott Morrison reveals the Liberal Party's plan for Australia in the week before the 2019 federal election.
The father evicted from a football match speaks out. Plus Western Sydney contains some of the marginal seats to watch this election.
Jenny Brockie takes a look at how life worked out for the promised brides sent to Australia in the 1950s and '60s.
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