Michael Mosley is a TV science presenter and author who created the 5:2 diet. He also turned his attention to blood sugar and gut health, reversing his own Type 2 diabetes in the process. He speaks with Jane Hutcheon.
Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events, from exclusive investigations, probing interviews and revealing feature stories on the issues that matter. Plus, political analysis from Laura Tingle.
Noel Pearson is a lawyer, academic, land rights activist and founder of the Cape York Land Council and Cape York Institute for policy and leadership. Widely known for his strong views on Indigenous policy, Noel has always advocated for a shift in direction when it comes to welfare reform, substance abuse, child protection, education and economic development. Karla Grant chats with Noel about Indigenous policy, the Uluru Statement and the documentary Wik vs Queensland in which he appears.
Three of Australia's leading health experts discuss the future of public and private healthcare. Dr Rachel David, Dr Tony Bartone and Dr Stephen Duckett discuss, Private Health: Who Benefits?
Australian scientists are investigating a common hormone treatment which may have the unusual side effect of preventing ovarian cancer. Plus the Pararoos, Australia's national soccer team for players with disabilities.
Jeff Kinney created Diary of a Wimpy Kid after he was repeatedly rejected for his dream job as a newspaper cartoonist. He's now a global phenomenon, with his 13th book due out and a junior readership in the millions.
An Australian civilian injured in Afghanistan in a suicide bombing says a Defence inquiry ignored crucial evidence. Plus the latest on the bushfires.
Criminal psychologist Tim Watson-Munro has delved into some of Australia's most dangerous minds in his 40-year career. But professional success came at a cost, when he spiralled into depression and drug addiction.
The program celebrates 80 years of Australia broadcasting into the Asia-Pacific region with a special from Suva, Fiji. Tony Jones is joined by Alex Hawke, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, Enele Sopoaga, Manu Tupou-Roosen, and Virisila Buadromo.
Tracey Spicer follows the Australian government's response to MeToo in a world-first National Inquiry, and supports those tackling the system. As momentum for change grows, so does the backlash.
As our population gets older, Australia's superannuation balance is approaching a major tipping point, when there will be more people taking money out than putting money in.
Australia's leading forum for media analysis and comment, presented by Paul Barry.
A catastrophic workplace accident brings together a labourer and a renowned surgeon in a world-first medical procedure. Despite their differences, the two men share remarkable parallel journeys.
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.
Pip Courtney and the team look back at some of the best stories from across rural and regional Australia, meeting interesting people and discussing food, produce, livestock, innovation and more.
Fran Kelly is joined by a panel of informed political minds to interrogate the issues of the past sitting week in Canberra and look ahead to the coming week's final sitting week of the year.
Sam McMillan was a nerdy oddball at school who abandoned a law degree to pursue comedy. Known as Sammy J, he's found audiences on stage and TV, and his Play School-inspired political satire has been watched by millions.
The traps involved in borrowing from non-bank lenders. The Federal Government to report to UNESCO about Australia's progress in managing threats to the Great Barrier Reef. Plus a look at the remarkable career of Clive James.
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