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Before women had the vote in Australia, Anglican Deaconess Ministries was working to empower women to provide practical, educational and financial assistance in the community, and 127 years later they are still going strong.
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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.
Jennifer Westacott is one of Australia's most respected business leaders. But as a gay woman from a disadvantaged background, she's endured isolation and exclusion for much of her life.
Bushfires have destroyed up to 30 homes in northern NSW. A nurse lost his job and his home during a five-year fight for answers for his patient. Plus Leigh Sales interviews legendary talk show host Sir Michael Parkinson.
Managing director of the Australian Christian Lobby, Martyn Iles, and ambassador for the National Secular Lobby of Australia, Fiona Patten, debate Australia's religious freedom laws. Moderated by Sabra Lane.
Jimmy Barnes grew up in a poor, violent household before finding an escape in music and becoming a rock superstar. But, he tells Jane Hutcheon, a life of excess left him staring into the abyss.
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Jenny Brockie takes a look at what it's like living with head issues, like memory problems, years after playing professional football. Can it be linked to head knocks inflicted while playing?
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Born in Iran, now a Dane, Ellie Jokar struggles to understand why her once-friendly country has pulled up the welcome mat. Hamish Macdonald explores a nation with an identity crisis.
Ten years on from Kevin 07, former prime minister Kevin Rudd - who grew up on a dairy farm in rural Queensland - reflects on life, the enemies you make in politics, and his career as an international observer.
Guest host Fran Kelly leads a national conversation on aged care. We discuss the issues plaguing the system with Maggie Beer, Richard Colbeck, Julie Collins, Sarah Holland-Batt and Sean Rooney.
Sir Trevor McDonald investigates the extraordinary case of one of Britain's worst serial killers: Beverly Allitt, a young female nurse who murdered and attacked children in her care.
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