The heart-rending story that tells what it's like to live with a disability, or to care for someone who is disabled, in Australia today. Reporter Wendy Carlisle meets the families the nation has neglected.
THE SOCIAL IMPACT OF THE POPULATION BOOM
Looks at the impact of the population boom on Australia's social cohesion as our cultural mix changes.
RUDD ON A BIG AUSTRALIA
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd speaks with Kerry O'Brien live.
Panellists: Armando Iannucci, executive producer of Veep; Barnaby Joyce, deputy prime minister; Tanya Plibersek, deputy Opposition leader; Brian Schmidt, Nobel laureate; and Laura Demasi, social researcher and director, Ipsos.
Panellists: Germaine Greer, feminist icon and provocateur; Chido Govera, Zimbabwean activist and social entrepreneur; Alex Hawke, assistant minister for immigration and border protection; Tony Burke, manager of Opposition business; and Derryn Hinch, senator for Victoria.
Panellists: Niki Savva, journalist and author; Lawrence Krauss, theoretical physicist and cosmologist; Mikhail Zygar, Russian journalist and writer; Mona Chalabi, data editor of The Guardian US; and Paul Beatty, author of The Sellout.
Stories include, 'Deaths in Greece spark fears of EU collapse', 'Fears oil spill will get worse', 'Abbott opposes this week', 'Stephen Conroy joins the 7.30 Report', 'Conroy releases broadband network study'.
Stories include, 'World first trial gives hope to epilepsy sufferers', 'Disaster loss for Socceroos to Germany', 'Explosion of life as rivers run in Central Australia', 'Controversial prison program sees positive results'.
In a television first Eric Campbell investigates the nature of Thailand's monarchy and its succession. As a result of the report Eric will not be able to ever return to Thailand due to the extreme likelihood of his arrest.
The story, 'Breaking point', investigates school yard bulling while detailing the experiences of Alex Wildman and Dakoda Stainer. The story, 'It's my life', features an interview with musician Bon Jovi. The story, 'The vanishing', examines the disappearing of Australia's wildlife.
When it comes to stem cells, mainstream scientists in the UK and America tell us their potential is both exciting and unlimited. But, they hasten to add, treatments for most illnesses are still years away and more research needs to happen.
Panellists: Lindy West, writer and performer; Mei Fong, journalist and writer; Thordis Elva, writer, journalist and public speaker; Faustina Agolley, TV host and producer; and Josephine Cashman, Indigenous lawyer and businesswoman.
Guest host Fran Kelly presents Australia's most popular political program. Insiders interview the key players, providing analysis, opinion and robust debate from the country's leading political commentators. #Insiders.
Meet the world's oldest hip-hop crew. They're called Hip Op-eration, the average age is 79, and they're New Zealand's most unlikely celebrities. Now they just have to convince their families that they won't be growing old gracefully.
Panellists include: Brian Greene - Physicist and string theorist, Tamara Davis - Astraophysicist, Alan Finkel - Chief Scientist of Australia, Emma Johnston - Marine ecologist and TV host and Upulie Divisekera - Molecular biologist and science communicator.
85 million people were employed as population police to enforce China’s one-child policy. Now it’s finally been abolished, what will become of these despised family planners and the imbalanced population they created?
Stories include, 'Great Barrier Reef coral bleaching at 95 per cent in northern section, aerial survey reveals', 'Tensions over land ownership are at boiling point in South Africa', 'Interview: Author Helen Garner' and 'Asbestos-laden water piping 'needs upgrading at cost of $8 billion''.
Gaza will be unliveable by 2020 according to the UN, with daily life already a struggle to find food and shelter, but Dateline finds the people bringing innovation and inspiration to the fight for survival. (An SBS Production) CC
Stories include, 'Rising death toll adds urgency to asylum policy debate', 'Leaks uncover Australian cricket's divisions', 'Could university funding cuts cost federal election votes?' and 'US Military confronts epidemic of sexual assaults'.
Panellists include: Bill Shorten - Minister for Education and Workplace Relations, Kelly O'Dwyer - Liberal Member for Higgins, Tom Watson - British Labour MP, Sally Warhaft - Editor and Author and Nick Cater - Senior editor with The Australian and author The Lucky Culture.
Stories include, 'Tony Abbott's big task, turning promises into policy', 'The rise of the micro parties in the Senate', 'Three of the key players in the Senate' and 'Is it time Kevin Rudd quit politics?'.
Join Stan Grant for considered analysis, agenda-setting interviews and a distinctive Indigenous approach that investigates cultural, political and social issues from a fresh perspective. #ThePointNITV.
Panellists: Jimmy Barnes, Rock icon and author; Magda Szubanski, Actress and Comedian; Fiona Nash, Deputy Nationals Leader; Tony Burke, Manager of Opposition Business; and Jacqui Lambie, Independent Senator for Tasmania.
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From sharks and sea turtles to octopus and corals, you’re in the right place to take a deep dive into oceans and marine life with this meticulous designed playlist for all the ocean lovers. (ACHASSK047,VCGGC058,VCGGC072,VCGGC086,VCGGC100,VCGGK105)
Ramadan, the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, is a special time for Muslims. See how the community fasts from dawn and dines together come sunset with Behind the News and Compass. (ACHASSK065,VCHHK077)