Lateline
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Lateline: February 21, 2014

ABC February 21, 2014

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Stories include, 'Government suggests raising the pension age', 'Government disappointed over Egypt's denial of bail to Australian journalist', 'Royal Commission pushes ahead ...

Stories include, 'Government suggests raising the pension age', 'Government disappointed over Egypt's denial of bail to Australian journalist', 'Royal Commission pushes ahead with Adelaide child sex abuse hearings', 'Ukranian President announces early election', 'Friday Forum' and 'Multi-million dollar Drysdale painting goes back to the pub'.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: In Tracy's Corner

ABC May 12, 2014

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Monday night's program tells the story of the unsolved and savage murder of a woman called Tracy Connelly and the unexpected consequences of her death. Connelly was a St Kilda ...

Monday night's program tells the story of the unsolved and savage murder of a woman called Tracy Connelly and the unexpected consequences of her death. Connelly was a St Kilda sex worker but her exceptional looks and personality endeared her to many in the local community where a street was known as 'Tracy's Corner'.

Big Ideas
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Big Ideas: 01/09/14

ABC September 1, 2014

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David Marr and Joanne McCarthy lead one of the more provocative sessions at the Byron Bay Writers' Festival - the issue being the sexual abuse of children by catholic priests ...

David Marr and Joanne McCarthy lead one of the more provocative sessions at the Byron Bay Writers' Festival - the issue being the sexual abuse of children by catholic priests and the decade's of denial by the church hierarchy.

Big Ideas
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Big Ideas: 25/08/14

ABC August 25, 2014

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Teenagers, especially teenage boys, are Australia's most dangerous citizens. A eclectic panel discuss the reason for this at the Sydney Writers' Festival.

Teenagers, especially teenage boys, are Australia's most dangerous citizens. A eclectic panel discuss the reason for this at the Sydney Writers' Festival.

Lateline
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Lateline: October 6, 2014

ABC October 6, 2014

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Stories include, 'In the air over Iraq', 'IS can be driven out of Iraq n 6 to 9 months', 'Protectors of Great Barrier Reef cut', 'Brisbane murder suicide', 'Bishops told to ...

Stories include, 'In the air over Iraq', 'IS can be driven out of Iraq n 6 to 9 months', 'Protectors of Great Barrier Reef cut', 'Brisbane murder suicide', 'Bishops told to deal with real life', 'Demonstrator numbers dwindle', 'Doctors ignore tribunal decision' and 'Cutting tree pollen'.

Big Ideas
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Big Ideas: 10/10/14

ABC October 10, 2014

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Jane Goodall is one extraordinary human being. The English primatologist is now 80 but still spends about 300 days of the year travelling, working and presenting holistic ...

Jane Goodall is one extraordinary human being. The English primatologist is now 80 but still spends about 300 days of the year travelling, working and presenting holistic programs on animals, humans and the environment.

Lateline
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Lateline: April 22, 2014

ABC April 22, 2014

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Stories include, 'PUP attacks Direct Action', 'New video of Manus violence', 'Ferry death toll over 100', 'Man charged with murder of sisters', 'No evidence that man has ...

Stories include, 'PUP attacks Direct Action', 'New video of Manus violence', 'Ferry death toll over 100', 'Man charged with murder of sisters', 'No evidence that man has caused warming', '''After Darkness" wins Vogel's Literary Award', ' Royals visit the Red Centre', and ' New weapon against Crown of Thorns'.

Big Ideas
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Big Ideas: 11/04/14

ABC April 11, 2014

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Dog Days: Australia After the Boom. The panel at Perth Writers Festival is named after Ross Garnaut's new book; 'Dog Days: Australia After the Boom' and they're debating the ...

Dog Days: Australia After the Boom. The panel at Perth Writers Festival is named after Ross Garnaut's new book; 'Dog Days: Australia After the Boom' and they're debating the shape and direction of the Australian economy after the dog days. It's a decent economic debate.

Big Ideas
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Big Ideas: 07/04/14

ABC April 7, 2014

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IQ2 Debate: Should foreign investment in agricultural land and infrastructure be strictly limited? For the motion: Michael Croft, Mark McGovern and Mary Nenke. Against: Tom ...

IQ2 Debate: Should foreign investment in agricultural land and infrastructure be strictly limited? For the motion: Michael Croft, Mark McGovern and Mary Nenke. Against: Tom McKeon, Robbie Sefton and Judith Sloan.

60 Minutes
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60 Minutes: A Mother's Love/The Wolf/Rio Bravo

Nine May 11, 2014

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Lateline
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Lateline: July 16, 2014

ABC July 16, 2014

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Stories include, 'Senate passes changes to financial regulation', 'Baden-Clay guilty', '500 million dollars for Black Saturday victims', 'FOFA changes reduce protection and ...

Stories include, 'Senate passes changes to financial regulation', 'Baden-Clay guilty', '500 million dollars for Black Saturday victims', 'FOFA changes reduce protection and increase red tape', 'Cameron to reshuffle cabinet', 'Phil Williams in London', 'Hamas rejects ceasefire', 'Housemates die in power cut', '400 to be tested for HIV' and 'Display of Archibald rejects'.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Before The Storm

ABC August 25, 2014

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This week's program goes behind the scenes with a tenacious regional newspaper reporter who last year won Australia's top journalism award.

This week's program goes behind the scenes with a tenacious regional newspaper reporter who last year won Australia's top journalism award.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: The Game Changer

ABC July 14, 2014

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This week's program tells the story of an unlikely friendship between a former wildlife ranger and the renowned British conservationist Dame Jane Goodall. Their special ...

This week's program tells the story of an unlikely friendship between a former wildlife ranger and the renowned British conservationist Dame Jane Goodall. Their special connection has become a 'game changer' for the men and women on the front line of the increasingly bloody global war against poachers.

60 Minutes
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60 Minutes: Love Scam/The Cahill Express/Russian Revolution

Nine May 25, 2014

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Despite the umpteen warnings and thousands of tragic stories, more Australians are being duped by internet scams; When the Socceroos line up in Brazil next month for the World ...

Despite the umpteen warnings and thousands of tragic stories, more Australians are being duped by internet scams; When the Socceroos line up in Brazil next month for the World Cup, there's no doubt it will be tough. Tim Cahill will be there to bolster our hopes and; When we first broadcast the story about Kristy Cruise, the young mother struck down by multiple sclerosis, the response was extraordinary.

Lateline
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Lateline: June 16, 2014

ABC June 16, 2014

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Stories include, 'Coalition senators oppose debt tax', 'Royal Commission focus shifts to Jackson', 'Shia voluteers head for front lines', 'ISIS wans full blown sectarian ...

Stories include, 'Coalition senators oppose debt tax', 'Royal Commission focus shifts to Jackson', 'Shia voluteers head for front lines', 'ISIS wans full blown sectarian warfare in Iraq', 'Abbas must help find Israeli teenagers', ' Schumacher leaves hospital' and 'Report on CIA to be released within weeks'.

Big Ideas
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Big Ideas: 02/05/14

ABC May 2, 2014

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The youngest Booker Prize winner with the longest novel, Eleanor Catton is generous, open, smart, and gives quite disarming answers in this Adelaide Writers Week interview ...

The youngest Booker Prize winner with the longest novel, Eleanor Catton is generous, open, smart, and gives quite disarming answers in this Adelaide Writers Week interview with Stephen Romei, The Australian's literary critic.

Lateline
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Lateline: May 30, 2014

ABC May 30, 2014

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Stories include, 'NSW child sexual abuse inquiry finds evidence to charge senior Catholic Church official', 'Joanne McCarthy on sex abuse findings', 'Government urges cross ...

Stories include, 'NSW child sexual abuse inquiry finds evidence to charge senior Catholic Church official', 'Joanne McCarthy on sex abuse findings', 'Government urges cross bench Senators to pass budget', 'China warns Australia risks scuttlling global emissions trade' and 'Cricket great denies match-fixing.'

Big Ideas
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Big Ideas: 14/04/14

ABC April 14, 2014

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IQ2 Debate: Democracy is not always the best form of Government. For the motion: Martin Jacques and Rosemary Hollis. Against: Ian Bremmer and Andriy Shevchenko. BBC's Nik ...

IQ2 Debate: Democracy is not always the best form of Government. For the motion: Martin Jacques and Rosemary Hollis. Against: Ian Bremmer and Andriy Shevchenko. BBC's Nik Gowing moderates the debate.