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Lateline
39:07

Lateline: May 7, 2014

ABC  |  May 7, 2014
Stories include, 'Debt tax looks likely', 'Thai PM removed', 'Samantha Hawley live from Bangkok', 'Three extras on asylum boat', 'Shark cull kills 172' and 'Market is rigged'.

Stories include, 'Debt tax looks likely', 'Thai PM removed', 'Samantha Hawley live from Bangkok', 'Three extras on asylum boat', 'Shark cull kills 172' and 'Market is rigged'.

Sunday Night
49:33

Sunday Night: The Conservative Cannabis Club/Queen

Seven  |  June 15, 2014
Thousands of ordinary law-abiding Australian families are operating in the shadows, committing illegal acts, smuggling and cultivating cannabis - all in the name of medicine. ...

Thousands of ordinary law-abiding Australian families are operating in the shadows, committing illegal acts, smuggling and cultivating cannabis - all in the name of medicine. Sunday Night meets with three of those families and once you hear their story, the debate over medicinal marijuana will be ignited like never before. Then, in a world exclusive, the greatest rock and roll band Queen, opens up about the late Freddie Mercury and what really happened behind closed doors in the final weeks of his life.

Lateline
36:40

Lateline: March 15, 2011

ABC  |  March 15, 2011
Stories include, 'Situation worsens at Fukushima nuclear plant', 'Karamoskos: All efforts must go to cooling', 'Thousands dead in tsunami-hit town', 'Nakabayashi: Japan ...

Stories include, 'Situation worsens at Fukushima nuclear plant', 'Karamoskos: All efforts must go to cooling', 'Thousands dead in tsunami-hit town', 'Nakabayashi: Japan depends upon nuclear power', 'Brussels debates nuclear future', 'Beanbag bullets fired on Christmas Island rioters', 'Foreign troops suppress demonstrations in Bahrain', 'Manning supporters demand his release'.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Ping Pong Poms/Xanax/The Gambler/Fast And Furious

Seven  |  July 15, 2012
The story, 'Ping Pong Poms', explores why British families are coming to Australia with many making the journey back home. The story, 'Xanax', investigates the dangers of ...

The story, 'Ping Pong Poms', explores why British families are coming to Australia with many making the journey back home. The story, 'Xanax', investigates the dangers of Xanax an anti-anxiety drug. The story, 'The gambler', features an interview with country music legend Kenny Rogers about his personal life and career. The story, 'Fast and furious', displays some of the car stunts Ken Block can do in the streets of San Francisco.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Facing A Terrorist/Without A Trace/The Kiss Army/A Bright Future

Seven  |  October 7, 2012
The story, 'Facing a terrorist', a survivor of the 2002 Bali bombings returns to Indonesia to meet one of the terrorists responsible for blowing his legs off. The story, ...

The story, 'Facing a terrorist', a survivor of the 2002 Bali bombings returns to Indonesia to meet one of the terrorists responsible for blowing his legs off. The story, 'Without a trace', follows the dogged efforts of a loving brother, family and loyal friends who just don't believe the official explanation about what happened to Carmel. The story, 'The KISS army', features a rare glimpse behind the glam-rock, and unprecedented backstage access to the band and their loyal fans. The story, 'A bright future', details the Jodie O'Shea Orphanage. It's become a refuge for Bali's forgotten children to learn, play and thrive.

Lateline
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Lateline: September 6, 2011

ABC  |  September 6, 2011
'Nauru prepared to talk about asylum seekers', 'Police end Paramatta siege', 'Rebel victory in Libya seems certain', 'Afghanistan's future lies with its security forces', ...

'Nauru prepared to talk about asylum seekers', 'Police end Paramatta siege', 'Rebel victory in Libya seems certain', 'Afghanistan's future lies with its security forces', 'Email a smoking gun for News International', 'Cancer the alleged legacy of 9/11', 'Somare disqualified from PNG parliament', 'NSW budget slashes costs to rebuild'.

Lateline
37:33

Lateline: November 15, 2011

ABC  |  November 15, 2011
Stories include, 'Victoria Police admit ignoring growing gang problem', 'Defence Minister Smith discusses uranium exports', 'Charges laid after assault at desal plant', 'Orica ...

Stories include, 'Victoria Police admit ignoring growing gang problem', 'Defence Minister Smith discusses uranium exports', 'Charges laid after assault at desal plant', 'Orica unable to explain delay in reporting spill, 'Victorian detective accused of leaking to newspaper', 'Jordan calls for leadership change in Syria', 'Police evict Occupy Wall Street protestors' and 'Gillard takes divisive issues to ALP conference.'

Lateline
41:21

Lateline: May 20, 2011

ABC  |  May 20, 2011
Stories include, 'Mining tax brawl escalates in WA', 'President Obama outlines Middle East vision', 'Obama receives mixed reaction in Middle East', 'Ciobo and Cameron debate ...

Stories include, 'Mining tax brawl escalates in WA', 'President Obama outlines Middle East vision', 'Obama receives mixed reaction in Middle East', 'Ciobo and Cameron debate politics', 'Online gambling causing real problems', 'The Long view on the economy', 'Tour winner Armstrong used EPO: Hamilton', 'Electrodes help paraplegic walk'.

Lateline
38:48

Lateline: May 3, 2011

ABC  |  May 3, 2011
Stories include, 'US promises tough questions for Pakistan', 'Pakistan is extraordinarily complex: Rudd', 'Highly unlikely nobody in Pakistan knew: Ahmed', 'Canada's ...

Stories include, 'US promises tough questions for Pakistan', 'Pakistan is extraordinarily complex: Rudd', 'Highly unlikely nobody in Pakistan knew: Ahmed', 'Canada's Conservative Party wins majority government', 'Victoria Police implicated in racial profiling', 'Tornado kills 2 in Auckland, New Zealand'.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Rescue 500/The Reunion/Interview with Premier Anna Bligh/Lost in the Lockyer Valley Flood/Planet of the Apes/The Storm Chaser

Seven  |  February 6, 2011
The story, 'Rescue 500', hears from a heroic team of Aussies known as 'Rescue 500,' who risked their lives to save people in the Queensland floods. The story, 'The reunion', ...

The story, 'Rescue 500', hears from a heroic team of Aussies known as 'Rescue 500,' who risked their lives to save people in the Queensland floods. The story, 'The reunion', shows the reunion between members of Rescue 500 and the people they saved. The story, 'Interview with Anna Bligh', speaks to Queensland Premier Anna Bligh about her handling of the Queensland floods. The story, 'Lost in the Lockyer Valley', details the image of the family stuck on top of their family car during the Queensland floods. The story, 'Planet of the apes', heads to Cape Town where baboons are everywhere. The story, 'The storm chaser', speaks with Jeff Mackley a storm chaser of natural disasters.

Lateline
36:01

Lateline: March 19, 2012

ABC  |  March 19, 2012
Stories include, 'Indonesian police kill five suspected militants', 'France hit by fatal shootings', 'Lawyers call for judicial inquiry into tasers', 'Online retailing ...

Stories include, 'Indonesian police kill five suspected militants', 'France hit by fatal shootings', 'Lawyers call for judicial inquiry into tasers', 'Online retailing threatens Australia: Harvey', 'Mystery ailment overshadows mining tax' and 'Bligh, Newman clash in election debate'.

Hungry Beast
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Hungry Beast: Faking It

Season 3  |  Episode 3  |  ABC  |  April 6, 2011
Episode three is Faking It: the $75 billion counterfeit medicine scam; Greenwash Vs Astroturf; pretend real estate; and phoney qualifications.

Episode three is Faking It: the $75 billion counterfeit medicine scam; Greenwash Vs Astroturf; pretend real estate; and phoney qualifications.

Catalyst
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Catalyst: Evolution Of The Electric Car/Astronaut John Grunsfeld/Cyanide Seeds/Honey Bee Aerobatics/Cyanide Factoid

ABC  |  September 15, 2011
Reflections of an astronaut; re inventing the guitar; germinating new life - with cyanide!; honey bee aerobatics; and natural poison.

Reflections of an astronaut; re inventing the guitar; germinating new life - with cyanide!; honey bee aerobatics; and natural poison.

Lateline
39:09

Lateline: July 22, 2011

ABC  |  July 22, 2011
Stories include, 'Senator Fisher to defend shoplifting charge', 'Christmas Island rioters separated', 'James Murdoch accused of misleading parliament', 'Eurozone approves ...

Stories include, 'Senator Fisher to defend shoplifting charge', 'Christmas Island rioters separated', 'James Murdoch accused of misleading parliament', 'Eurozone approves Greek bailout package', 'The Greek deal is too late: Varoufakis', 'UN calls for talks on Africa', 'Perfect storm in Somalia: Robinson', 'Lucian Freud dead at 88'.

Lateline
33:36

Lateline: August 10, 2012

ABC  |  August 10, 2012
Stories include, 'Coalition links cracked Navy boats with asylum seekers', 'Author of terrorism manual has appeal overturned', 'Inquiry ordered into 1989 Winchester murder', ...

Stories include, 'Coalition links cracked Navy boats with asylum seekers', 'Author of terrorism manual has appeal overturned', 'Inquiry ordered into 1989 Winchester murder', 'Drought threatens global food price rises', 'Russian punk protesters gain international support' and 'Putin is deciding this trial: Verzilov'.

Lateline
36:30

Lateline: September 8, 2011

ABC  |  September 8, 2011
Stories include, 'Inquiry attacks British army over death in custody', 'NSW Police decide not to investigate Thomson', 'Asylum seekers not stopped by offshore processing', ...

Stories include, 'Inquiry attacks British army over death in custody', 'NSW Police decide not to investigate Thomson', 'Asylum seekers not stopped by offshore processing', 'Gaddafi promises to defeat NATO', 'September 11 survivor devotes herself to others', 'Public sector workers protest NSW policy', 'ACCC objects to poultry marketing', 'Oklahoma group pushes ban of sharia law'.

Lateline
36:09

Lateline: May 19, 2011

ABC  |  May 19, 2011
Stories include, 'Turnbull, WA produce mixed day for Government', 'Defence releases Christmas Island shipwreck videos', 'Strauss-Kahn resigns to focus on defence', 'US imposes ...

Stories include, 'Turnbull, WA produce mixed day for Government', 'Defence releases Christmas Island shipwreck videos', 'Strauss-Kahn resigns to focus on defence', 'US imposes sanctions on Syrian president', 'Israel must deal with the Arab spring: Buttu', 'Tsunami-hit Japan faces rebuilding'.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Ready to Rumble/All Dollars and No Sense/Mission Possible/Sonia Kruger on Dancing with Joy

Seven  |  April 11, 2010
The story, 'Ready to rumble', details how the volcanoes in Vanuatu have become active and the impact it could have on Australia if they erupt. The story, 'All dollars and no ...

The story, 'Ready to rumble', details how the volcanoes in Vanuatu have become active and the impact it could have on Australia if they erupt. The story, 'All dollars and no sense', examines the Federal Government's $16.2 billion Building the Education Revolution stimulus package. The story, 'Mission possible', tells how ex-CIA spy Bob Barron has been transforming lives by creating a prosthetic device. The story, 'Sonia Kruger on dancing with joy', features an interview with Sonia Kruger about her personal life and career.

Lateline
34:42

Lateline: August 2, 2010

ABC  |  August 2, 2010
Stories include, 'Real Gillard up for second debate', 'Influence of Gillard's atheism still unknown', 'Brumby equivocal on Black Saturday report', 'Pyne's campaign view', ...

Stories include, 'Real Gillard up for second debate', 'Influence of Gillard's atheism still unknown', 'Brumby equivocal on Black Saturday report', 'Pyne's campaign view', 'Henson calls for a politics safe for art'.

Sunday Night
43:12

Sunday Night: Beating the Bullies/King Cahill/Accidental Hero/Winged Keel

Seven  |  March 21, 2010
The story, 'Beating the bullies', is a forum on bullying in Australia. The story, 'King Cahill', features an interview with Australian football superstar Tim Cahill. The ...

The story, 'Beating the bullies', is a forum on bullying in Australia. The story, 'King Cahill', features an interview with Australian football superstar Tim Cahill. The story, 'Accidental hero', meets with James Harrison, the Australian who holds a life- saving ingredient in his blood. The story, 'Winged keel', follows up on claims that Australia cheated to win the America's Cup in 1983.

Sunday Night
43:02

Sunday Night: Keel Hauled/Scientology Unmasked/Star Stalkers

Seven  |  March 14, 2010
Stories include, Keel Hauled/Scientology Unmasked/Star Stalkers

Stories include, Keel Hauled/Scientology Unmasked/Star Stalkers

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: One Direction/Catt Vs Catt/Scandalands

Seven  |  October 21, 2012
The story, 'One Direction', sits down with the boy band and discusses all the hot topics: fame, bullying, racism, hate mail, hysteria and their love of Aussie girls. The ...

The story, 'One Direction', sits down with the boy band and discusses all the hot topics: fame, bullying, racism, hate mail, hysteria and their love of Aussie girls. The story, 'Catt vs Catt', Roseanne Catt spent 10 years in jail for conspiring to murder her husband before the Court of Appeal agreed she had been wrongly convicted. The story, 'Scandalands', features an interview with Kyle Sandilands and no topic is off-limits.

Sunday Night
46:37

Sunday Night: Missing Madeleine McCann/Jack Thompson Returns to Cambodia/Full Throttle

Seven  |  July 24, 2011
The story, 'Missing Madeleine McCann', discloses startling new clues driving the on-going worldwide search for Madeleine. The story, 'Jack Thompson returns to Cambodia', joins ...

The story, 'Missing Madeleine McCann', discloses startling new clues driving the on-going worldwide search for Madeleine. The story, 'Jack Thompson returns to Cambodia', joins Jack Thompson as he returns to Cambodia to fulfill a special promise. The story, 'Full throttle', travels to the tax haven island of The Isle of Man, where the TT takes place.

Lateline
36:22

Lateline: August 19, 2010

ABC  |  August 19, 2010
Stories include, 'Abbott to campaign around the clock', 'Bowen, Robb debate campaign costings', 'Kurdish community shocked by anti-terror raids', 'Witness' face must be bare: ...

Stories include, 'Abbott to campaign around the clock', 'Bowen, Robb debate campaign costings', 'Kurdish community shocked by anti-terror raids', 'Witness' face must be bare: judge', 'Four million homeless in Pakistan', 'US combat troops leave Iraq'.

Sunday Night
44:30

Sunday Night: The Lost Battlefield/Iceberg Invasion/Safe Hands/Peak Danger

Seven  |  June 6, 2010
The story, 'The Lost Battlefield', reveals the discovery of The Lost Battlefield of Kokoda. The story, 'Iceberg invasion', tours Macquarie Island and the massive icebergs that ...

The story, 'The Lost Battlefield', reveals the discovery of The Lost Battlefield of Kokoda. The story, 'Iceberg invasion', tours Macquarie Island and the massive icebergs that have appeared for the first time in 150 years. The story, 'Safe hands', features an interview with Socceroos goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer. The story, 'Peak danger', documents the dangers and experiences climbing Mount Everest with Australian adventurer and television presenter Peter Wells.

Sunday Night
44:57

Sunday Night: Something About Mary/Fighting Spirit/Swept Away

Seven  |  May 23, 2010
The story, 'Something about Mary', details Mary Hutton's campaign to save the sun bears in Asia. The story, 'Fighting spirit', follows two families that have children born ...

The story, 'Something about Mary', details Mary Hutton's campaign to save the sun bears in Asia. The story, 'Fighting spirit', follows two families that have children born prematurely. The story, 'Swept away', examines the sport of rock fishing.

The Weekly With Charlie Pickering
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The Weekly With Charlie Pickering

ABC  |  June 14, 2017
Presented by Charlie Pickering along with Tom Gleeson and Kitty Flanagan, The Weekly is a half-hour news comedy exposing the humorous, the absurd and the downright ...

Presented by Charlie Pickering along with Tom Gleeson and Kitty Flanagan, The Weekly is a half-hour news comedy exposing the humorous, the absurd and the downright hypocritical, 24/7, once a week. #TheWeekly.

Lateline
28:59

Lateline: June 20, 2017

ABC  |  June 20, 2017
Interview: David Lipson, Political Correspondent David Lipson talks about the latest negotiations over the federal government's education funding legislation. The Greens are ...

Interview: David Lipson, Political Correspondent David Lipson talks about the latest negotiations over the federal government's education funding legislation. The Greens are considering the bill but Catholic schools remain opposed to the new Gonski 2.0 deal. Power Price And Security Priorities Placed Above Emissions Reduction Voter anger over power prices and fears of a manufacturing collapse have led the government to make another dramatic intervention in the energy market. Gas destined for overseas will now be diverted onshore to boost domestic supplies. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says security and affordability are now his top priorities for the energy sector. David Lipson reports from Canberra. Interview: Kathryn Greiner, Gonski Review Panel Member Emma Alberici speaks with Kathryn Greiner, who was a panel member of the 2011 Gonski Review into education funding. She's criticised Labor's refusal to support the federal government's legislation. Interview: Tony Burke, Labor Citizenship Spokesman Emma Alberici talks to Labor's Tony Burke about the federal government's proposed tough test for citizenship and the new school funding deal.

Lateline
38:47

Lateline: June 16, 2011

ABC  |  June 16, 2011
Stories include, 'Parliament puts Malaysia deal in doubt', 'Refugee family case taken to High Court', 'Malaysia refugee deal may 'split up' family', 'Bashir convicted of ...

Stories include, 'Parliament puts Malaysia deal in doubt', 'Refugee family case taken to High Court', 'Malaysia refugee deal may 'split up' family', 'Bashir convicted of funding terrorist group', 'Al Qaeda names Zawahiri to succeed bin Laden', 'Overland quits as Victorian police commissioner', 'Top scientology figure in court over cover-up claims', 'Embattled NSW Magistrate keeps job', 'Anti-austerity protests flare in Greece'.

Lateline
33:14

Lateline: July 27, 2012

ABC  |  July 27, 2012
Stories include, 'NSW, Vic back down on NDIS trials', 'Telstra announces price rises', 'Rights chief demands apology over detentions', 'Obama calls for limited gun controls', ...

Stories include, 'NSW, Vic back down on NDIS trials', 'Telstra announces price rises', 'Rights chief demands apology over detentions', 'Obama calls for limited gun controls', 'Chinese politics' murder scandal deepens', 'Boris Johnson fires back at Romney's Olympics slur' and 'The commercialisation of the Olympics'.

Lateline
36:55

Lateline: September 21, 2011

ABC  |  September 21, 2011
Stories include, 'IMF warns of double-dip recession', 'Defence admits need to re-check security clearances', 'Obama to urge compromise on Palestinian statehood', 'Serious ...

Stories include, 'IMF warns of double-dip recession', 'Defence admits need to re-check security clearances', 'Obama to urge compromise on Palestinian statehood', 'Serious questions surround impending execution', 'Reith defends individual choice in IR', 'Afghans mourn assassinated peace negotiator'.

Lateline
36:32

Lateline: March 23, 2011

ABC  |  March 23, 2011
Stories include, 'Abbott criticised for addressing rally', 'Efficiency of government programs criticised', 'Hunt: Taxing electricity will not lower emissions', 'Nuclear ...

Stories include, 'Abbott criticised for addressing rally', 'Efficiency of government programs criticised', 'Hunt: Taxing electricity will not lower emissions', 'Nuclear disaster continues to worsen in Japan', 'Air strikes fail to stop violence in Libya', 'Protests grow in Syria and Yemen'.

Hungry Beast
27:09

Hungry Beast: Captivity

Season 3  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  March 30, 2011
Episode two explores Captivity - from life in prison and people trapped in their own bodies, to weird effects of captivity on animals and an entire nation held captive by one man.

Episode two explores Captivity - from life in prison and people trapped in their own bodies, to weird effects of captivity on animals and an entire nation held captive by one man.

Sunday Night
45:07

Sunday Night: Spinning Around/Fast And Furious/The Power Of Love

Seven  |  March 6, 2011
The story, 'Spinning around', speaks with Kylie Minogue about her battle with breast cancer, her new man and her hopes for the future. The story, 'Fast and furious', meets ...

The story, 'Spinning around', speaks with Kylie Minogue about her battle with breast cancer, her new man and her hopes for the future. The story, 'Fast and furious', meets American rally car driver Ken Block who races like a hoon and makes no apology for it. The story, 'The power of love', meets a couple that has just been through the fight of their lives.

Sunday Night
45:18

Sunday Night: The Homecoming/Maestro/Inspirational Rose/Earthquake Recovery

Seven  |  March 20, 2011
The story, 'The homecoming', deals with a large collection of photographic glass plates dating back to WWI, with many Australians coming forward and identifying relatives. The ...

The story, 'The homecoming', deals with a large collection of photographic glass plates dating back to WWI, with many Australians coming forward and identifying relatives. The story, 'Maestro', tours with the world's most popular conductor Andre Rieu. The story, 'Inspirational Rose', speaks with Rose Siggins about sacral agenesis, a rare genetic disorder. The story, 'Earthquake recovery', spends time with the NSW Urban Search and Rescue team as they assist Japan in recovery efforts.

Sunday Night
41:40

Sunday Night: Murder At Sea/The Interview: Gordon Wood/A Proud Aussie Hero

Seven  |  March 4, 2012
The story, 'Murder at sea', claims a Fremantle owned ship abandoned ten men at sea, refused to save them and left them to die. The story, 'The interview: Gordon Wood', ...

The story, 'Murder at sea', claims a Fremantle owned ship abandoned ten men at sea, refused to save them and left them to die. The story, 'The interview: Gordon Wood', features an earlier interview with Gordon Wood. The story, 'A proud aussie hero', follows up with Australia's war hero Ben Roberts-Smith.

Sunday Night
44:11

Sunday Night: Mary MacKillop Miracle/Stroke of Genius/Dodgeball Heroes/Huegill's Superb Comeback

Seven  |  October 17, 2010
The story, 'Mary Mackillop miracle', speaks with Veronica Hopson the person the Vatican says was cured by Mary MacKillop's first miracle. The story, 'Stroke of genius', tells ...

The story, 'Mary Mackillop miracle', speaks with Veronica Hopson the person the Vatican says was cured by Mary MacKillop's first miracle. The story, 'Stroke of genius', tells how Sarah Gapp suffered a massive stroke at the age of twenty-one. Dr John D'Arcy follows Sarah's remarkable story of survival and recovery. The story, 'Dodgeball heroes', spends time with The Emus, Australia's first dodgeball team as they prepare for the Dodgeball World Championships in Las Vegas. The story, 'Huegill's supererb comeback', discusses Jeff Huegill's successful comeback to the pool at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi.

Lateline
37:34

Lateline: February 21, 2011

ABC  |  February 21, 2011
Stories include, 'Libya on brink of civil war, warns Gaddafi's son', 'Libyan militia liberates political prisoners', 'Gaddafi will not survive protests: Sahad', 'Rudd stirs ...

Stories include, 'Libya on brink of civil war, warns Gaddafi's son', 'Libyan militia liberates political prisoners', 'Gaddafi will not survive protests: Sahad', 'Rudd stirs confrontation on Government front benches', 'ASIO checks keep asylum seekers in detention', 'Twiggy Forrest to take ASIC to High Court', 'Antarctica the key to understanding warming', 'Nixon at centre of sex scandal'.

Lateline
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Lateline: November 2, 2010

ABC  |  November 2, 2010
Stories include, 'RBA surprises with .25pc rise', 'SBY flags further discussion on processing centre', 'Bitterly divided US goes to the polls', 'Mid-terms a test for the Tea ...

Stories include, 'RBA surprises with .25pc rise', 'SBY flags further discussion on processing centre', 'Bitterly divided US goes to the polls', 'Mid-terms a test for the Tea Party', 'Britain to share military forces with France', 'Peace Prize winner Dr Shiva joins Lateline', 'Americain denies Bart Cummings his 13th win'.

Lateline
36:25

Lateline: November 9, 2010

ABC  |  November 9, 2010
Stories include, 'Swan attacked over Government spending', 'Abbott meets Wild Rivers community', 'Obama takes message of reconciliation to Indonesia', 'Government spending ...

Stories include, 'Swan attacked over Government spending', 'Abbott meets Wild Rivers community', 'Obama takes message of reconciliation to Indonesia', 'Government spending will lift interest rates: Hockey', 'Burmese opposition concedes fraudulent ballot', 'Obama looks to the future with Indonesia', 'Bush defends his presidency in print', '150 sign up to class action against Bonsoy', 'Erosion threatens beach Christmas'.

Lateline
35:55

Lateline: July 9, 2012

ABC  |  July 9, 2012
Stories include, 'Qld joins court case against mining tax', 'Scammers ramping up attacks on Australian super', 'Execution of Afghan woman sparks condemnation', 'Afghanistan ...

Stories include, 'Qld joins court case against mining tax', 'Scammers ramping up attacks on Australian super', 'Execution of Afghan woman sparks condemnation', 'Afghanistan very long way'from success', 'Annan meets Assad in hope of saving peace plan', 'Reforestation project adds hope to food crisis' and 'NASA releases Mars panorama shot'.

Lateline
34:12

Lateline: July 10, 2012

ABC  |  July 10, 2012
Stories include, 'Report details Defence sexual abuse cases', 'Coral reefs face uncertain future: scientists', 'Concerns hunters will disperse feral animals', 'Buyers approach ...

Stories include, 'Report details Defence sexual abuse cases', 'Coral reefs face uncertain future: scientists', 'Concerns hunters will disperse feral animals', 'Buyers approach troubled Darrell Lea', 'Wayne Swan joins Lateline', 'Egyptian MPs defy military council', 'Congo warlord sentenced over child soldiers' and 'Australia's largest conservation zone declared.

Lateline
35:03

Lateline: September 30, 2010

ABC  |  September 30, 2010
Stories include, 'Processing freeze lifted for Afghan asylum seekers', 'Coalition calls to increase Afghanistan troops', 'Hollywood actor Tony Curtis dies', 'Contador banned ...

Stories include, 'Processing freeze lifted for Afghan asylum seekers', 'Coalition calls to increase Afghanistan troops', 'Hollywood actor Tony Curtis dies', 'Contador banned over failed drug test', 'Dershowitz set to defend the Pope', 'David Miliband quits frontline politics', 'Newly discovered planet could be habitable'.

Lateline
38:53

Lateline: September 20, 2010

ABC  |  September 20, 2010
Stories include: ‘Villawood Live Update’, ‘Oakeshott withdraws from speaker bid’, ‘Delhi shooting raises games security concerns’, ‘Desperation drives refugees: Goodwin-Gill’, ...

Stories include: ‘Villawood Live Update’, ‘Oakeshott withdraws from speaker bid’, ‘Delhi shooting raises games security concerns’, ‘Desperation drives refugees: Goodwin-Gill’, ‘Afghan elections surrounded by violence’ and ‘Zuma facing the sack’.

Sunday Night
43:57

Sunday Night: The forgotten/Western Problem, Eastern Cure/Legion of Warriors

Seven  |  February 21, 2010
Stories include, 'The forgotten', 'Western problem, eastern cure', and 'Legion of warriors'.

Stories include, 'The forgotten', 'Western problem, eastern cure', and 'Legion of warriors'.

The Mix
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The Mix: July 16, 2017

ABC  |  July 16, 2017
James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix ...

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix from the best arts reporters and contributors.

The Mix
27:39

The Mix: June 18, 2017

ABC  |  June 18, 2017
James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix ...

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix from the best arts reporters and contributors.

The Mix
27:44

The Mix: September 25, 2016

ABC  |  September 25, 2016
James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix ...

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix from the best arts reporters and contributors.

The Mix
27:39

The Mix: October 30, 2016

ABC  |  October 30, 2016
James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix ...

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix from the best arts reporters and contributors.

The Project
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The Project: May 2, 2017

Ten  |  May 2, 2017
Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly and Pete Helliar, plus guest host Rachel Corbett as they discuss the federalgovernment's latest Gonski proposal and calls to legalise medical ...

Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly and Pete Helliar, plus guest host Rachel Corbett as they discuss the federalgovernment's latest Gonski proposal and calls to legalise medical marijuana for children, with special guest Luke McGregor.

Lateline
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Lateline: May 10, 2017

ABC  |  May 10, 2017
John Howard Voices Concerns As Parliament Reacts To Federal Budget A day after Scott Morrison's second budget and the reaction so far has been mostly positive. It stole many ...

John Howard Voices Concerns As Parliament Reacts To Federal Budget A day after Scott Morrison's second budget and the reaction so far has been mostly positive. It stole many of the Labor Party's most effective attack lines - but now conservative Liberals are getting restive again. Usually cautious about intervening in the political debate, today Liberal Party hero John Howard expressed concerns about the new tax on banks and the apparent shift in his party's ideals. Political correspondent David Lipson reports. Interview: Richard Di Natale, Australian Greens Leader John Barron speaks to Greens leader Richard Di Natale about the federal government's budget measures. Donald Trump Fires FBI Director James Comey Donald Trump has dramatically fired James Comey, the FBI director who had been leading an investigation into possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. The pair clashed throughout Mr Trump's campaign and presidency - particularly over Comey's exoneration of Hillary Clinton in the FBI's investigations of her use of a private email server as secretary of state. But at times President Trump has also heaped praise on Comey. Naomi Selvaratnam produced this look at the pair's sometimes fraught relationship. Interview: Michael Duffy, Time Magazine John Barron speaks to Michael Duffy, deputy managing editor of Time magazine and former White House correspondent, about Donald Trump's decision to fire FBI director James Comey.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Killing Joe/All About Ed

Seven  |  May 14, 2017
Killing Joe She planned and carried out the senseless and twisted killing of their son and now, 20 years later, Anu Singh is appealing for forgiveness from the parents of ...

Killing Joe She planned and carried out the senseless and twisted killing of their son and now, 20 years later, Anu Singh is appealing for forgiveness from the parents of Giuseppe 'Joe' Cinque. For the first time since their son's death, Anu spoke directly to Maria and Nino Cinque during an interview with Sunday Night. But Joe's heartbroken mum Maria said she could never forgive Anu for taking her son's life. On Friday October 24, 1997, Anu acted on the disturbing plot she had been planning for weeks. She had arranged a bizarre farewell dinner and told her guests she and Joe were going to end their lives together in a tragic suicide pact. But, unbelievably, no one told Joe - or the police. All About Ed Multi-platinum award-winning singer songwriter Ed Sheeran has revealed the lifestyle that came with being one of the world's biggest pop stars pushed him to near breaking point and he came close to losing it all. In an exclusive interview on Seven's Sunday Night Ed said he was emotionally exhausted and physically unwell when he decided to take time out from his non-stop schedule. After six years in the public eye, Ed made the decision to walk away from the music scene and social media for 12 months. During his time off, Ed travelled around the world to Iceland, Ghana, Italy, Fiji, Japan, New Zealand and even Tasmania. But fans could be forgiven for not noticing he was away. During his absence his hit songs remained on the charts and in high demand on streaming services.

The Mix
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The Mix: July 23, 2017

ABC  |  July 23, 2017
James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix ...

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix from the best arts reporters and contributors.

Lateline
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Lateline: May 24, 2017

ABC  |  May 24, 2017
Interview: Alexander Downer, Australian High Commissioner To The UK UK police have arrested three more men over the deadly Manchester suicide bombing that killed 22 people and ...

Interview: Alexander Downer, Australian High Commissioner To The UK UK police have arrested three more men over the deadly Manchester suicide bombing that killed 22 people and injured 59. Emma Alberici spoke to Australia's high commissioner to the UK, Alexander Downer, about the global security threat posed by the attack. Interview: Rukmini Callimachi, Islamic State Expert Emma Alberici spoke to New York Times' Islamic State expert Rukmini Callimachi about the role that radicalisation may have played in the Manchester suicide bombing. Designer Reveals The Secrets Behind The Most Addictive Apps Ever wondered why you spend so much time in front of a screen? A compelling study by American author Adam Alter reveals how apps are designed to hook us in and ultimately change human behaviours. Michael Vincent takes a look inside the mind of an app designer. Interview: Adam Alter And Katina Michael Emma Alberici speaks to social psychology expert and associate professor of marketing at New York University's Stern School of Business, Adam Alter, and professor at the school of computing and information technology at the University of Wollongong, Katina Michael, about how apps are tailor-made to encourage addiction.

The Mix
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The Mix: May 28, 2017

ABC  |  May 28, 2017
James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix ...

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix from the best arts reporters and contributors.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Ben And Me

Seven  |  June 4, 2017
Maylea Tinecheff knew her relationship with troubled AFL star Ben Cousins was over when he continued using crystal meth in front of her earlier this year, the day after she ...

Maylea Tinecheff knew her relationship with troubled AFL star Ben Cousins was over when he continued using crystal meth in front of her earlier this year, the day after she finally allowed him to see his children again. In an exclusive Sunday Night interview, Maylea told reporter Steve Pennells about the extraordinary control the drug ice had over his life. The couple's relationship became so rocky that Maylea took out a violence restraining order against the Brownlow medallist in May last year. But despite their tumultuous relationship, Maylea agreed that Ben could join her and the children on a day out at Perth's Adventure World theme park in January. It went so well, that Maylea let her guard down a little more and, despite the restraining order, agreed to go with him to a Bruce Springsteen concert. Photographs of the pair at the concert circulated in the media and online - but what was never reported was the incident that occurred after the show. Maylea claims Ben's demons resurfaced. Only weeks later, Ben was sentenced to 12 months behind bars for stalking and repeatedly breaching the VRO. His fall from grace was complete. Maylea now hopes that Ben will walk out of jail a changed man, ready to put his family first.

Lateline
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Lateline: July 26, 2017

ABC  |  July 26, 2017
Interview: Tom Iggulden, Political Correspondent Emma Alberici speaks to Political Correspondent Tom Iggulden about the continuing fallout from the dramatic Cabinet ...

Interview: Tom Iggulden, Political Correspondent Emma Alberici speaks to Political Correspondent Tom Iggulden about the continuing fallout from the dramatic Cabinet resignation of Nationals MP Matt Canavan. Fears Of Apartment Oversupply In Major Cities There are concerns that there are now too many off-the-plan apartments for sale in Melbourne's inner city, and not enough buyers. Tighter lending guidelines, coupled with changes to stamp duty mean many investors are pulling back. Emily Stewart reports. Interview: Professor Penney Lewis, Medical Ethicist Emma Alberici speaks to medical ethicist at Kings College London Professor Penney Lewis about the upcoming decision around where the terminally-ill British baby Charlie Gard will spend his remaining days. Interview: Dr Pippa Malmgren, Former Presidential Advisor Emma Alberici speaks to Dr Pippa Malmgren, a former economic adviser to US presidents George W Bush and Barack Obama about her book Signals, which challenges common assumptions about how we can measure prosperity.

Lateline
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Lateline: October 27, 2017

ABC  |  October 27, 2017
Greens' Waters Not Surprised By High Court Decision Matt Wordsworth speaks to former Greens Senator Larissa Waters, who was caught up in the citizenship saga about the High ...

Greens' Waters Not Surprised By High Court Decision Matt Wordsworth speaks to former Greens Senator Larissa Waters, who was caught up in the citizenship saga about the High Court's ruling that she was ineligible to sit in Parliament. Late Debate: Labor Asks New England Votes To 'Kick Shins' Of Nationals Matt Wordsworth speaks to the assistant minister for industry, innovation and science, Craig Laundy, and shadow minister for employment services and the digital economy, Ed Husic, about the week in politics, including the High Court's ruling on the citizenship saga and the AWU debacle. Chatline: Your Week In Review Now for a look at what you had to say about our stories this week. Here's Naomi Selvaratnam with Chatline.

Lateline
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Lateline: November 10, 2017

ABC  |  November 10, 2017
The Late Debate: The Citizenship Saga Inside Manus The minister for urban infrastructure, Paul Fletcher, and the Labor spokesman on transport and infrastructure, Anthony ...

The Late Debate: The Citizenship Saga Inside Manus The minister for urban infrastructure, Paul Fletcher, and the Labor spokesman on transport and infrastructure, Anthony Albanese, join Matt Wordsworth to discuss the week in federal politics The New Form Of Collective Giving, Changing Philanthropy In Australia Making major donations to worthwhile causes is no longer just for the wealthy. In giving circles, members come together and pool their money, then vote to decide how the funds will be spent. Emily Stewart looks at one group in Melbourne that supports enterprises helping women and children. Your Say On Lateline's Stories This Week A favourite European city's fight to stem the tide of mass tourism and the young talent from Australia who became an opera sex symbol. Lateline's Jamie Cummins takes a look at your responses to some of our stories and interviews this week.

Lateline
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Lateline: November 16, 2017

ABC  |  November 16, 2017
Parliamentary Debate Begins After SSM 'Yes' Vote After yesterday's resounding 'yes' vote in the national postal survey on same-sex marriage, debate is finally underway in ...

Parliamentary Debate Begins After SSM 'Yes' Vote After yesterday's resounding 'yes' vote in the national postal survey on same-sex marriage, debate is finally underway in Parliament. Senator Dean Smith has introduced a private members bill to extend the definition of marriage to allow two people to wed, regardless of their sex or gender. Matt Wordsworth speaks with shadow attorney-general Mark Dreyfus. Pike River Mine Disaster Victim Recovery Planning Begins New Zealand's former Government rejected calls to retrieve the men who died in the explosion because of safety concerns. Matt Wordsworth speaks to former Labour leader Andrew Little - the man Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has given the difficult task of minister for Pike River re-entry. Families Of Pike River Mine Disaster Victims Urge Recovery It's seven years on from New Zealand's Pike River Mine disaster and the 29 victims remain entombed. Can the country's new Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern deliver on her pre-election promise to create a plan within 100 days to reunite families with the remains of their fathers, brothers and sons? Barbara Miller reports.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: A Royal Romance/Hot And Dangerous/King Kelly

Seven  |  April 24, 2011
The story, 'A royal romance', provides an inside look at Prince William and Kate Middleton's romance. The story, 'Hot and dangerous', journey’s with thrill seeking cameraman ...

The story, 'A royal romance', provides an inside look at Prince William and Kate Middleton's romance. The story, 'Hot and dangerous', journey’s with thrill seeking cameraman Geoff Mackley as he leads a team right into the heart of a hot and dangerous volcano in Vanuatu. The story, 'King Kelly', features an interview with the greatest surfer in sporting history, Kelly Slater.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Outbreak/Under Siege/Russell Crowe

Seven  |  November 23, 2014
Mike Willesse sits down with Hollywood superstar Russell Crowe in a revealing and honest interview where no questions are of limits. From his assault conviction and ...

Mike Willesse sits down with Hollywood superstar Russell Crowe in a revealing and honest interview where no questions are of limits. From his assault conviction and less-than-stellar early singing career, Crowe doesn't hold back. Then, the life-destroying disease is breaking out all over Australia - which the Federal Government insists can't be caught here and patients are being turned away from hospitals.

Lateline
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Lateline: August 27, 2012

ABC  |  August 27, 2012
Stories include, 'Howard urges return to individual bargaining', 'Syrian rebels blame massacre on government', 'Roo meat still contaminated, says rights group', 'Qld wanted to ...

Stories include, 'Howard urges return to individual bargaining', 'Syrian rebels blame massacre on government', 'Roo meat still contaminated, says rights group', 'Qld wanted to lower environmental standards: Burke', 'Republicans show softer side of Mitt Romney' and 'Three rare coins exceed $800,000 at auction'.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Creedence Clearwater Revealed/Slum Town Symphony/Perfectly Blunt

Seven  |  October 4, 2015
The story, 'Creedence Clearwater revealed', they were the Californian rock 'n roll band with a quirky, nonsensical name. But today, at age 70, the three surviving members have ...

The story, 'Creedence Clearwater revealed', they were the Californian rock 'n roll band with a quirky, nonsensical name. But today, at age 70, the three surviving members have been feuding for so many years they only speak through lawyers. The story, 'Slum Town Symphony', James Blunt says he experienced the horror of "murder on a mass scale" in the military before he shot to stardom, selling more than 20 million albums.

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