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Stories include: 'The challenges of everyday life in a town under siege', 'How should Australia go to war?', 'You be the judge - what happens when ordinary citizens are asked ...

Stories include: 'The challenges of everyday life in a town under siege', 'How should Australia go to war?', 'You be the judge - what happens when ordinary citizens are asked to set the sentence for a serious crime?', 'Interview: Paul Refsdal, journalist and film maker' THE CHALLENGES OF EVERYDAY LIFE IN A TOWN UNDER SIEGE Daraya is one of the many besieged cities and neighbourhoods across Syria, regularly bombed by Assad Government and Russian warplanes. Find out what life is like for a family trying to survive in the war zone. HOW SHOULD AUSTRALIA GO TO WAR? There's a new push from a handful of politicians and former military chiefs in Australia for the Government to be stripped of its power to commit to war, suggesting a vote on the floor of Parliament instead. YOU BE THE JUDGE - WHAT HAPPENS WHEN ORDINARY CITIZENS ARE ASKED TO SET THE SENTENCE FOR A SERIOUS CRIME? A program run by Victoria's Sentencing Advisory Council is taking the court room to the community, letting members of the public be the judge while using real cases from the past. INTERVIEW: PAUL REFSDAL, JOURNALIST AND FILM MAKER Matt Wordsworth speaks with Paul Refsdal in Oslo, who turned the camera to the jihadis waiting for their turn to die in a film which provides an intimate portrait of their lives as would-be suicide bombers.

Stories include, 'France identifies 'mastermind' of Paris terror attacks', 'Interview: Claude Moniquet, co-founder and CEO of the European Strategic Intelligence and Security ...

Stories include, 'France identifies 'mastermind' of Paris terror attacks', 'Interview: Claude Moniquet, co-founder and CEO of the European Strategic Intelligence and Security Centre' and 'Interview: Peter van Onselen, author and journalist'.

A special program as Tony Jones speaks with two living legends of comedy, John Cleese and Eric Idle, and asks them about the meaning of life, political correctness and what it ...

A special program as Tony Jones speaks with two living legends of comedy, John Cleese and Eric Idle, and asks them about the meaning of life, political correctness and what it means to be funny.

Stories include, 'Interview: Neil El-Kadomi, chairman of Parramatta Mosque', 'The Aboriginal boxing and football star with a remarkable story of survival in the face of ...

Stories include, 'Interview: Neil El-Kadomi, chairman of Parramatta Mosque', 'The Aboriginal boxing and football star with a remarkable story of survival in the face of depression and bipolar disorder', 'Interview: Gayelene Clews, a performance psychologist who's worked with the Olympic gold women's water polo team and the world cup winning Wallabies' and 'A touring exhibition by the national portrait gallery showcases the iconic photographs of John Witzig'.

The Healing Power Of Dance If you're battling a crippling neurological condition like Parkinson's, you might think your dancing days are over. But a school in Melbourne is ...

The Healing Power Of Dance If you're battling a crippling neurological condition like Parkinson's, you might think your dancing days are over. But a school in Melbourne is using tango lessons to help relieve the symptoms of the disease. Interview: Republican Strategist Rich Galen Emma Alberici dissects the second US Presidential debate with Rich Galen, former press secretary to Dan Quayle and Newt Gingrich.

Stories include, 'Interview: Bonita Mersiades', 'Direct Action's old projects', 'Interview: Mark Butler' and 'Paedophile Gerald Ridsdale admits to fear of losing priesthood'.

Stories include, 'Interview: Bonita Mersiades', 'Direct Action's old projects', 'Interview: Mark Butler' and 'Paedophile Gerald Ridsdale admits to fear of losing priesthood'.

In today's program, a survivor of child sexual abuse speaks exclusively to Living Black, a community program working to connect youth with their culture and the musician ...

In today's program, a survivor of child sexual abuse speaks exclusively to Living Black, a community program working to connect youth with their culture and the musician overcoming adversity to follow his passion.

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'.

A special report on Murri boy, Quaden Bayles, who suffers from a condition that affects one in every 25,000 people - Achondroplasia, a type of dwarfism. When Quaden was three ...

A special report on Murri boy, Quaden Bayles, who suffers from a condition that affects one in every 25,000 people - Achondroplasia, a type of dwarfism. When Quaden was three days old, his mother Yarraka and the family were packing up their hospital room to go home. Doctors told her about his condition but she refused to believe it. It took years before she came to terms with the news. Now, at four year's old, Quaden is only 65cm. During a routine check-up in early April, an MRI scan revealed his case had deteriorated and doctors decided to keep him in hospital. With rare access, Living Black travelled to Queensland to speak to his family and doctor's as they prepared for Quaden's emergency surgery.

Stories include, 'Interview: Christine Forster', 'Stranded at Sea', and 'Ridsdale: Failure to recall'.

Stories include, 'Interview: Christine Forster', 'Stranded at Sea', and 'Ridsdale: Failure to recall'.

Stories include, 'Interview: James Hanning on the UK Election', 'Artist takes Real Australians Say Welcome project on the road' and 'SBS accused of "poverty porn" over ...

Stories include, 'Interview: James Hanning on the UK Election', 'Artist takes Real Australians Say Welcome project on the road' and 'SBS accused of "poverty porn" over documentary series'.

Stories include, 'COAG Update', 'The demise of the Democrats', 'Interview: Alan Rusbridger' and 'Community program changing lives of troubled students'.

Stories include, 'COAG Update', 'The demise of the Democrats', 'Interview: Alan Rusbridger' and 'Community program changing lives of troubled students'.

Lucy Gichuhi: The Kenyan-Born Lawyer Set To Become The Next Sa Senator The Australian Electoral Commission is just days away from recounting South Australia's Senate votes ...

Lucy Gichuhi: The Kenyan-Born Lawyer Set To Become The Next Sa Senator The Australian Electoral Commission is just days away from recounting South Australia's Senate votes from last year's federal election. The result will determine who takes Bob Day's seat in Parliament after the High Court ruled his election was invalid. The person likely to replace him is his Family First running mate, Lucy Gichuhi. As David Lipson discovered, she's unlike any Australian parliamentarian who's come before her. Interview: Dennis Wilder Jeremy Fernandez speaks to senior fellow with the initiative for US-China dialogue on global issues at Georgetown University and former special assistant to US President George W Bush, Dennis Wilder, about America's plans to confront North Korea over its nuclear weapons program. Former Child Soldier Uses Music To Tackle Trauma The Sudanese civil war from 1983 to 2005 had one of the highest death tolls in modern history, and was notorious for its use of child combatants. After years of mental and physical trauma, one former child soldier has found liberation through education and music. Hamish Fitzsimmons reports.

Stories include, 'Huge explosion at fertilizer plant', 'Investigators close in on a suspect', 'Soil carbon targets difficult to reach', 'Coalition's direct action plan', 'PM ...

Stories include, 'Huge explosion at fertilizer plant', 'Investigators close in on a suspect', 'Soil carbon targets difficult to reach', 'Coalition's direct action plan', 'PM attempts to get premiers on board' and 'Sri Lankans sent home'.

Stories include: 'Lushsux on Donald Trump, nude selfies, and a gorilla named Harambe', 'The high profile muslim cleric who's encouraging his followers in France to integrate ...

Stories include: 'Lushsux on Donald Trump, nude selfies, and a gorilla named Harambe', 'The high profile muslim cleric who's encouraging his followers in France to integrate into secular society', 'Interview: Warren Entsch, Liberal National MP', 'Interview: Rukmini Callimachi, New York Times Foreign Correspondent' LUSHSUX ON DONALD TRUMP, NUDE SELFIES, AND A GORILLA NAMED HARAMBE Lushsux, the controversial Melbourne street artist, talks to Lateline about sexism in art and what he thinks of his critics. THE HIGH PROFILE MUSLIM CLERIC WHO'S ENCOURAGING HIS FOLLOWERS IN FRANCE TO INTEGRATE INTO SECULAR SOCIETY Europe Correspondent James Glenday spends a day with Grand Imam of Bordeaux Tareq Oubrou, whose liberal views have made him a high profile target of the Islamic State terrorist group. INTERVIEW: WARREN ENTSCH, LIBERAL NATIONAL MP Emma Alberici speaks with Warren Entsch as the Opposition rejects a request from the Turnbull Government to allow 'pairing' of votes in the new Parliament which will add more difficulty for the Government with a one seat majority. INTERVIEW: RUKMINI CALLIMACHI, NEW YORK TIMES FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT Emma Alberici speaks with NY Times reporter Rukmini Callimachi about the reasons behind the rise of Islamic terror groups in Europe.

Interview: Steve Cannane, Europe Correspondent Emma Alberici speaks to Europe correspondent Steve Cannane about British Prime Minister Theresa May's first cabinet meeting ...

Interview: Steve Cannane, Europe Correspondent Emma Alberici speaks to Europe correspondent Steve Cannane about British Prime Minister Theresa May's first cabinet meeting since the UK election. Refugee Start-up Funded Through Microfinance Microfinancing has been around for a few decades as a tool to promote economic independence, particularly in developing nations. Now a local model has launched in Australia, helping refugees and asylum seekers who would otherwise struggle to get a loan, Ginny Stein reports. Interview: Helen Clark, Former Prime Minister of New Zealand Emma Alberici speaks to the former prime minister of New Zealand, Helen Clark, about a new documentary chronicling her bid for the role of secretary-general at the United Nations and her battle for women's rights in politics.

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.

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.

We go to a real life Exorcism! With guest hosts Tommy Little & Steve Price, and stories on fighting extremism, combining Australia and New Zealand, explaining refugees and ...

We go to a real life Exorcism! With guest hosts Tommy Little & Steve Price, and stories on fighting extremism, combining Australia and New Zealand, explaining refugees and talking humanoid robots.

Stories include, 'Poor polls and backbench criticism', 'Coles joins campaign against factory farms', 'Pistorius case adjourned', 'In the pits', 'Prosthetic pinkies in demand ...

Stories include, 'Poor polls and backbench criticism', 'Coles joins campaign against factory farms', 'Pistorius case adjourned', 'In the pits', 'Prosthetic pinkies in demand for ex-Yakuza', 'Australia plays Japan' and 'Cricket Australia signs with Channels 9 and 10'.

Stories include, 'Another hitch for Abbott', 'Gonski returns', 'CMC being "neutered"', 'Australia targeted by Chinese hackers', 'China leads the world in hacking', 'Talks on ...

Stories include, 'Another hitch for Abbott', 'Gonski returns', 'CMC being "neutered"', 'Australia targeted by Chinese hackers', 'China leads the world in hacking', 'Talks on Thai turmoil, 'Five found guilty of Politkovskaya murder' and 'Prince compares Putin to Hitler'.

Stories include, 'Pesticide in Telstra cables', 'Back down on bags', 'Assad forces recapture Qusair', 'PM announces security inquiry', 'Charities rescue food', 'Bladerunner's ...

Stories include, 'Pesticide in Telstra cables', 'Back down on bags', 'Assad forces recapture Qusair', 'PM announces security inquiry', 'Charities rescue food', 'Bladerunner's defence echoes earlier case', 'Japan's oldest community', and 'Life on the rubbish heap'.

Stories include, 'Pressure mounts on remaining car manufacturers to stay the course', 'British intelligence admits it knew the two men accused of murdering soldier', 'World ...

Stories include, 'Pressure mounts on remaining car manufacturers to stay the course', 'British intelligence admits it knew the two men accused of murdering soldier', 'World faces catastrophe if Syria's bloody civil war continues, warns Australia's Foreign Minister', 'U.S. President Barack Obama defends use of controversial drones to target terrorists', 'Police warn public over 3D printer guns' and 'Friday forum'.

Stories include, 'Australia ends Afghanistan mission', 'China demands answers', 'United States and New Zealand resume relations', 'Australia gathers information from Asia', ...

Stories include, 'Australia ends Afghanistan mission', 'China demands answers', 'United States and New Zealand resume relations', 'Australia gathers information from Asia', 'US admits it needs intelligence constraints', 'US spying interview', 'Australian tourism looks to Asia' and 'Cholesterol furore'.

Stories include, 'Triple backflip on Gonski', 'Palmer's premier', 'Sharing information', 'Australia open for business but not selling the shop', '89 million dollars awarded ...

Stories include, 'Triple backflip on Gonski', 'Palmer's premier', 'Sharing information', 'Australia open for business but not selling the shop', '89 million dollars awarded for Thalidomide compensation', 'Protestors attempt to invade Thai PM's residence', 'Killer was a tiger shark' and 'Martin Sharp dies'.

Stories include, 'Kurds enter Iraq turmoil', 'O'Farrell demands sacking of church officials', 'Reef decision deferred', 'Iran unlikely to put boots on ground in Iraq', 'Greens ...

Stories include, 'Kurds enter Iraq turmoil', 'O'Farrell demands sacking of church officials', 'Reef decision deferred', 'Iran unlikely to put boots on ground in Iraq', 'Greens double dare Abbott', 'Jackson tells of personal toll', 'Assange challenge in Swedish court' and 'NSW wins series'.

Stories include, 'U.S. military advisors heading for Iraq', 'Australian jihadists star in recruitment video', 'Immigration minister says he'll defy High Court ruling', 'Uni ...

Stories include, 'U.S. military advisors heading for Iraq', 'Australian jihadists star in recruitment video', 'Immigration minister says he'll defy High Court ruling', 'Uni protesters test Foreign Minister's security', 'Islamic organisation condemns Australia for east Jerusalem comments', 'Friday Forum' and 'Jobs go, can Nhulunbuy stay'.

In today's program, the aftermath of Cyclone Ita, an innovative school program making a difference and empowering our people online.

In today's program, the aftermath of Cyclone Ita, an innovative school program making a difference and empowering our people online.

Stories include, 'Firefighters prepare for the worst', 'The latest from the Rural Fire Services headquarters', 'Fire expert, Professor David Bowman, discusses the latest ...

Stories include, 'Firefighters prepare for the worst', 'The latest from the Rural Fire Services headquarters', 'Fire expert, Professor David Bowman, discusses the latest bushfire emergency', 'Immigration Department sets new rules for naming boat arrivals', 'YMCA failed to adequately screen, Royal Commission told', 'Northern Ireland Abuse Commission Sends Investigators to Australia', 'Officers who question Qld police bikies crackdown told to quit', 'The mystery of the golden angel deepens', 'US Ambassador summoned over spy charges'.

Stories include, 'Not so super', 'War or peace', 'Ceasefire is just talk', 'Another journalist beheaded', 'Asylum seeker on life support', 'Napthine wants Shaw expelled', 'NSW ...

Stories include, 'Not so super', 'War or peace', 'Ceasefire is just talk', 'Another journalist beheaded', 'Asylum seeker on life support', 'Napthine wants Shaw expelled', 'NSW MPs accused of lying', 'Make allowances', 'Pause for consideration', 'Ice use growing fast' and ' Ebola patient causes panic'.

Stories include: 'Interview: George Brandis, Attorney-General', 'Letters to Lindy: the untold chapter of the Chamberlain story, plays out on stage.', 'The fresh new faces of ...

Stories include: 'Interview: George Brandis, Attorney-General', 'Letters to Lindy: the untold chapter of the Chamberlain story, plays out on stage.', 'The fresh new faces of the 45th Parliament' INTERVIEW: GEORGE BRANDIS, ATTORNEY-GENERAL Emma Alberici speaks with George Brandis as the new Parliament prepares to sit for the first time, while a plebiscite on same sex marriage looks more doubtful. LETTERS TO LINDY: THE UNTOLD CHAPTER OF THE CHAMBERLAIN STORY, PLAYS OUT ON STAGE. Thousands of strangers wrote to Lindy Chamberlain after the death of her daughter, Azaria, and now those letters are the subject of a stage play to open later this week. THE FRESH NEW FACES OF THE 45TH PARLIAMENT Lateline follows two rookie members of Parliament, Labor's Anne Aly and the LNP's Trevor Evans, as they prepare for their new careers.

Interview: Andrew Forrest Six months after the government began trials of the cashless welfare card in remote communities, the man who recommended it - mining magnate Andrew ...

Interview: Andrew Forrest Six months after the government began trials of the cashless welfare card in remote communities, the man who recommended it - mining magnate Andrew Forrest - speaks to Emma Alberici. Dreamtime Astronomy And The Ancient Observatory That Could Rewrite History An ancient Aboriginal site at a secret location in Victoria could be the oldest astronomical observatory in the world, pre-dating Stonehenge. Panel: Russell Goldflam And Kate Wild President of the NT Criminal Lawyers Association Russell Goldflam and ABC reporter Kate Wild join Lateline to discuss the first couple of days of the Royal Commission into Youth Detention.

Stories include: 'Interview: Ali Kadri, Islamic Council of Queensland', 'Panel: Sally Sinclair, CEO National Employment Services Association; Professor Mark Western, Director ...

Stories include: 'Interview: Ali Kadri, Islamic Council of Queensland', 'Panel: Sally Sinclair, CEO National Employment Services Association; Professor Mark Western, Director Institute for Social Science Research; Dr Cassa' INTERVIEW: ALI KADRI, ISLAMIC COUNCIL OF QUEENSLAND David Lipson speaks with Ali Kadri for his reaction to an Essential poll during the week in which nearly half of all Australians support a ban on Muslim immigration. PANEL: SALLY SINCLAIR, CEO NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICES ASSOCIATION; PROFESSOR MARK WESTERN, DIRECTOR INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH; DR CASSA David Lipson hosts a panel and poses the question: should Australians lose their welfare benefits if they don't comply with the government's new welfare rules?

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.

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.

Presented by Jeremy Fernandez, Lateline provides original journalism and investigations, quality analysis and insightful interviews, combined with a fresh approach to telling ...

Presented by Jeremy Fernandez, Lateline provides original journalism and investigations, quality analysis and insightful interviews, combined with a fresh approach to telling important stories. #Lateline.

The Indian Farmers Being Forced Off Their Land To Make Way For The Metropolis Of The Future Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power promising to lift people out of poverty, ...

The Indian Farmers Being Forced Off Their Land To Make Way For The Metropolis Of The Future Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power promising to lift people out of poverty, but his vision to build 100 'smart cities' is seeing farmers forced off their land without fair compensation. Interview: Nick Xenophon, NXT Senator For South Australia Senator Nick Xenophon on the senate committee inquiry into the disastrous online census failure. Indonesia's First Female Muslim Standup Comedian Challenges Islamic Fundamentalism With Humour For years Sakdiyah Ma'ruf snuck around behind her parents' backs, hiding her job as one of Indonesia's first female Muslim stand-up comedians - but not anymore.

Hosted by Tony Jones and Emma Alberici, Lateline provides original journalism and investigations, quality analysis and insightful interviews, combined with a fresh approach to ...

Hosted by Tony Jones and Emma Alberici, Lateline provides original journalism and investigations, quality analysis and insightful interviews, combined with a fresh approach to telling important stories. #Lateline.

Hosted by Emma Alberici, Lateline provides original journalism and investigations, quality analysis and insightful interviews, combined with a fresh approach to telling ...

Hosted by Emma Alberici, Lateline provides original journalism and investigations, quality analysis and insightful interviews, combined with a fresh approach to telling important stories. #Lateline.

Stories include: 'The Road to the Drone Nationals: Part Two', 'Interview: David Lipson, Political Correspondent', 'Interview: Mark Dreyfus, Shadow Attorney-General', ...

Stories include: 'The Road to the Drone Nationals: Part Two', 'Interview: David Lipson, Political Correspondent', 'Interview: Mark Dreyfus, Shadow Attorney-General', 'Interview: Richard Goyder, Wesfarmers CEO', 'The coffee pod craze - they're not biodegradable but what can we do about it?' THE ROAD TO THE DRONE NATIONALS: PART TWO Find out who takes glory as Lateline follows two father son teams on their journey to the Australian Drone Nationals. INTERVIEW: DAVID LIPSON, POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT Emma Alberici speaks with David Lipson as Federal Police seize documents from Parliament's main computer server, as they search for the source of damaging leaks about the National Broadband Network. INTERVIEW: MARK DREYFUS, SHADOW ATTORNEY-GENERAL Emma Alberici speaks with Mark Dreyfus and asks him whether he has any evidence that the Government was involved in the AFP raid on Parliament. INTERVIEW: RICHARD GOYDER, WESFARMERS CEO Emma Alberici speaks with Richard Goyder and asks for reaction to his company's worst financial performance in 14 years after an 83% drop in net profit. THE COFFEE POD CRAZE - THEY'RE NOT BIODEGRADABLE BUT WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT IT? In the first of our series called 'Good to Know', we look at what we can do to reduce the chances of ecological disaster in the wake of the massive rise in popularity of coffee pods.

Stories include, 'Qantas won't say which jobs will go', 'Union leaders brand former Labor minister Martin Ferguson a traitor', 'Vulnerable residents advised to leave Morwell, ...

Stories include, 'Qantas won't say which jobs will go', 'Union leaders brand former Labor minister Martin Ferguson a traitor', 'Vulnerable residents advised to leave Morwell, Victoria, to escape effects of coal fire', 'Family of slain Iranian asylum seeker says Australian Government responsible for his murder', 'Friday Forum', 'Ukraine's interim Government says Russia behind seizure of military airport in Crimea' and 'U.S. First Lady's plan to downsize Americans'.

Stories include, 'Qantas turnaround', 'First shots fired', 'Police sacked over racist stubby holders', 'Majority Australian ownership of Qantas is in the national interest', ...

Stories include, 'Qantas turnaround', 'First shots fired', 'Police sacked over racist stubby holders', 'Majority Australian ownership of Qantas is in the national interest', 'China to push for FTA with Australia' and 'Gallery treasures may have been stolen'.

Stories include, 'Abbott threatens double dissolution', '2 million flee Syria', 'The high cost of concussions', 'Rudd has been discredited as PM', 'AFL chief apologises for ...

Stories include, 'Abbott threatens double dissolution', '2 million flee Syria', 'The high cost of concussions', 'Rudd has been discredited as PM', 'AFL chief apologises for reaction to prank' and 'Woman swims from Cuba to US without a cage'.

Stories include, 'Mystery continues', 'GST will go up', 'Fire gridlocks Sydney', 'Jailed without conviction', 'Need to break through bureaucratic nightmare', 'Europe set to ...

Stories include, 'Mystery continues', 'GST will go up', 'Fire gridlocks Sydney', 'Jailed without conviction', 'Need to break through bureaucratic nightmare', 'Europe set to place sanctions on Russia', 'CIA denies spying on Congress' and 'Drones and robots monitor polar ice'.

Stories include, 'Government could not have changed Toyota's decision', 'Taiwan and mainland hold talks', '26 years for fiancee murderer', 'Queensland silk lost a brief after ...

Stories include, 'Government could not have changed Toyota's decision', 'Taiwan and mainland hold talks', '26 years for fiancee murderer', 'Queensland silk lost a brief after criticising government', 'At least 30 homes destroyed in Victorian fires', 'Coalition to 'sabotage' financial planning reforms', 'Prison has not dimmed popularity of former Ukraine PM' and 'Shirley Temple dead at 85'.

A confronting memorial for Indigenous diggers, consisting of 7 metre tall bullets, is being unveiled in Sydney's Hyde Park. The artist behind the work says the work is ...

A confronting memorial for Indigenous diggers, consisting of 7 metre tall bullets, is being unveiled in Sydney's Hyde Park. The artist behind the work says the work is inspired by his grandfather.

Waleed, Gorgi, Joen Creasey and Fifi Box are joined live in the studio by one of the hardest-working men in comedy, Mark Watson.

Waleed, Gorgi, Joen Creasey and Fifi Box are joined live in the studio by one of the hardest-working men in comedy, Mark Watson.

Stories include, 'Interview: ASX Chief Executive Elmer Funke Kupper', 'There are claims whistleblowers could face prosecution under a new immigration law' and 'Interview: ...

Stories include, 'Interview: ASX Chief Executive Elmer Funke Kupper', 'There are claims whistleblowers could face prosecution under a new immigration law' and 'Interview: Malcolm Knox on Australia's supermarket monsters'.

Stories include, 'What now for the future of facial recognition technology and how is the corporate world planning to embrace it? Part two of our special report', 'Interview: ...

Stories include, 'What now for the future of facial recognition technology and how is the corporate world planning to embrace it? Part two of our special report', 'Interview: Carl Szabo, a lawyer who works for NetChoice, a trade association of e-commerce businesses and online consumers' and 'Discussion Panel: Rob Knowles, chairman of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons' expert advisory group on bullying and Paul Bannon is Professor'.

Stories include, 'The journey of the 19th Syrian - what happened to the asylum seeker the Australian Government convinced to return to a war zone?' and 'Interview: Ken Roth, ...

Stories include, 'The journey of the 19th Syrian - what happened to the asylum seeker the Australian Government convinced to return to a war zone?' and 'Interview: Ken Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch'.

Stories include, 'Interview: Craig Emerson, Trade Minister in the former Labor Government', 'What is it like to have a family member with a disability and what emotional ...

Stories include, 'Interview: Craig Emerson, Trade Minister in the former Labor Government', 'What is it like to have a family member with a disability and what emotional impact does it have on those around them?' and 'Interview: Eric Schlosser, investigative journalist and author of 'Command and Control'.

Stories include, 'ADFA's treatment of women improving', 'Thousands protest Pope's visit', 'Survivor gives evidence in sexual abuse inquiry', 'PNG solution produces jump in ...

Stories include, 'ADFA's treatment of women improving', 'Thousands protest Pope's visit', 'Survivor gives evidence in sexual abuse inquiry', 'PNG solution produces jump in polls', 'US Navy says unarmed bombs dropped near Barrier Reef safe', 'ADFA to get confidential office for reporting sexual misconduct' and 'Dinosaur bones found in Mexico'.

Stories include, 'Scaling back increases in the aged pension', 'The government considers tightening the assets test for wealthy Australians', 'Al Shabaab storms Garissa ...

Stories include, 'Scaling back increases in the aged pension', 'The government considers tightening the assets test for wealthy Australians', 'Al Shabaab storms Garissa University College in Kenya' and 'Why is Saudi Arabia leading 10 Arab nations in airstrikes on rebels in Yemen?'.

Stories include, 'Ballarat's toxic legacy of sexual abuse by clergy', 'Interview: Liberal Senator Cory Bernardi' and 'Experts call for a legal trade in rhino horn to stop ...

Stories include, 'Ballarat's toxic legacy of sexual abuse by clergy', 'Interview: Liberal Senator Cory Bernardi' and 'Experts call for a legal trade in rhino horn to stop poaching'.

Stories include, 'Digital Arms Race', 'Interview: Glenn Greenwald' and 'Interview: Mark Dreyfus'.

Stories include, 'Digital Arms Race', 'Interview: Glenn Greenwald' and 'Interview: Mark Dreyfus'.

Stories include, 'Burqa ban abandoned', 'Jokowi sworn in as President', 'Cages a campaign promise', 'Elgin Marbles should be reunited in Athens', 'Liberian President pleads ...

Stories include, 'Burqa ban abandoned', 'Jokowi sworn in as President', 'Cages a campaign promise', 'Elgin Marbles should be reunited in Athens', 'Liberian President pleads for more help' and 'Ice destroying rural youth'.

Stories include, 'Interview: Nick O'Brien, Counter-terrorism expert', 'Interview: Nurse Libby Bowell' and The original tattooed lady'.

Stories include, 'Interview: Nick O'Brien, Counter-terrorism expert', 'Interview: Nurse Libby Bowell' and The original tattooed lady'.

Stories include, 'Legal challenge to death penalty in the United States', 'Interview: Diann Rust-Tierney' and 'Interview: Timothy Pilgrim'.

Stories include, 'Legal challenge to death penalty in the United States', 'Interview: Diann Rust-Tierney' and 'Interview: Timothy Pilgrim'.

Marc Fennell, Patrick Abboud and Jeanette Francis discuss the latest in news, technology and culture, adding a fresh perspective on the latest local and international headlines.

Marc Fennell, Patrick Abboud and Jeanette Francis discuss the latest in news, technology and culture, adding a fresh perspective on the latest local and international headlines.

Stories include: 'Interview: David Lipson, Political Correspondent', 'Interview: Mitch Fifield, Communications Minister and Manager of Government Business in the Senate', 'One ...

Stories include: 'Interview: David Lipson, Political Correspondent', 'Interview: Mitch Fifield, Communications Minister and Manager of Government Business in the Senate', 'One of Australia's most exclusive universities opens its doors to mentally impaired students, but will others follow its lead?', 'Interview: Alastair McEwin, Disability Discrimination Commissioner' INTERVIEW: DAVID LIPSON, POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT Matt Wordsworth speaks with David Lipson on a tumultuous day in politics in which Labor outmanoeuvred the Federal Government and won a procedural vote in the House of Representatives. INTERVIEW: MITCH FIFIELD, COMMUNICATIONS MINISTER AND MANAGER OF GOVERNMENT BUSINESS IN THE SENATE Matt Wordsworth speaks with Mitch Fifield for his reaction to the fact that Thursday marked the first time in decades that a majority Government had lost a vote in the Lower House. ONE OF AUSTRALIA'S MOST EXCLUSIVE UNIVERSITIES OPENS ITS DOORS TO MENTALLY IMPAIRED STUDENTS, BUT WILL OTHERS FOLLOW ITS LEAD? In Canada, the United States and parts of Europe, some universities are inviting students with intellectual disabilities to join their courses, and two Australian universities are doing the same. INTERVIEW: ALASTAIR MCEWIN, DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION COMMISSIONER Matt Wordsworth speaks with Alastair McEwin, who's calling for more learning institutions to include people with disabilities.

Stories include: 'Security experts warn of a new phase in the fight against Islamic terrorism that could place Australians in greater danger', 'Bearing witness to war: ...

Stories include: 'Security experts warn of a new phase in the fight against Islamic terrorism that could place Australians in greater danger', 'Bearing witness to war: photographer Gary Ramage opens up about the trauma of reporting from the frontline.', 'Interview: Nicolas Henin, former IS hostage and Puk Damsgard, author and journalist' SECURITY EXPERTS WARN OF A NEW PHASE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST ISLAMIC TERRORISM THAT COULD PLACE AUSTRALIANS IN GREATER DANGER As confidence grows that Islamic State could soon be driven from Iraq, there are fears radical groups will focus more intently on western interests. BEARING WITNESS TO WAR: PHOTOGRAPHER GARY RAMAGE OPENS UP ABOUT THE TRAUMA OF REPORTING FROM THE FRONTLINE. In his new book, The Shot, Gary Ramage reflects on his more than 20 years in the field from the conflicts in Somalia and Kosovo to Iraq and Afghanistan. INTERVIEW: NICOLAS HENIN, FORMER IS HOSTAGE AND PUK DAMSGARD, AUTHOR AND JOURNALIST Matt Wordsworth speaks with Nicolas Henin and Puk Damsgard and asks them for their views on how terrorists should be dealt with.

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.

Interview: Josh Frydenberg, Environment And Energy Minister Environment and energy minister Josh Frydenberg speaks to Emma Alberici about Australia's commitment to the Paris ...

Interview: Josh Frydenberg, Environment And Energy Minister Environment and energy minister Josh Frydenberg speaks to Emma Alberici about Australia's commitment to the Paris agreement, amid speculation Donald Trump is planning to withdraw the US from the landmark climate deal. Unique Program Offers Key To Student Engagement In Key STEM Subjects For nearly a decade, government and business groups have been trying to boost the number of Australian students studying science, technology, engineering and maths subjects amid low levels of engagement. One teacher in Townsville is succeeding where many others have failed, as John Stewart reports. Interview: Dr Cathy Foley And Danielle Bennett Emma Alberici speaks to CSIRO science director and deputy director of manufacturing Dr Cathy Foley, and physics and chemistry student at UNSW, Danielle Bennett, about the teaching of STEM subjects to female students in Australian schools and universities.

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