With guests Lincoln Lewis, Sammy J and Randy, Kayne from The Bachelor and Steve Price, and guest host Gretel Killeen, plus stories on the VW debacle, Russia's plans for Syria, Tinder, the Zambi Wildlife Retreat and Salim Mehajer.
How do you beat the odds in a place where too many kids drop out of school, and not enough of them find jobs? This week, Insight explores an area of disadvantage in Australia that's often ignored - regional Australia.
Is it safe to go back in the water? With two fatalities in the last year, several seriously injured and countless other reports of sightings, bumps and other interactions, the north coast communities of NSW are all talking about one thing: sharks. So why are there more shark encounters in this particular area now? And how much do we actually know about sharks?
Do women really want to break the glass ceiling? The Government says it's determined to close the gender wage gap and increase women's participation in the workplace. But will the Government's plans to provide equality and make the workplace more family-friendly shatter or strengthen the glass ceiling? And do women want it all anyway?
Tony Abbott is the latest in a line of Australian Prime Ministers who have struggled to maintain leadership of their party. Abbott may have survived a leadership spill but as the public continues to scrutinise each "captain's call", and politicians from both sides express a lack of confidence in Abbott's leadership, Insight asks - what makes a great leader?
We hear from young people who've grown up in not your usual types of Australian families, to see how they're turning out. While the nuclear family is still seen as the norm in Australia, population statistics show that's changing, and "couple families with children" are no longer the majority household in Australia. Thousands of kids are growing up without both their biological mum and dad around.
Panellists: Barnaby Joyce, deputy prime minister; Kate Ellis, shadow minister for early childhood education; Helen Andrews, Trump supporter and policy analyst; Joe Siracusa, security and international diplomacy, RMIT University; and Jennifer Hunt, National Security College.
Australia's leading forum for debate and powerful first person stories, Insight, returns with its first new episode of 2015, titled 'Ouch!' Can you imagine what it would be like to never feel pain? Insight introduces you to a man who hasn't. He's joined in the forum by some of Australia's top sportspeople who play with and beat pain. They'll share some of their secrets for getting on top of niggling injuries and pain specialists will tell you how you can do it.
Where do women draw the line on sexual harassment in the workplace? Compliments about what people are wearing, jokes, and even flirting are a normal part of most workplaces. When does behaviour cross the line and become sexual harassment? How much does it matter who the person is?
How strong is the sibling bond? The relationship with your brother or sister is probably the longest bond you will have in your lifetime. Research shows sibling interactions have a vital role in teaching kids valuable social and life skills, and in shaping personality and behaviour. But siblings also sometimes get stuck into each other. Parents may see this rivalry as part and parcel of growing pains, however there is a growing body of research showing early sibling aggression is linked with serious ongoing learning and mental health problems. Are such disputes unavoidable, and do tensions always persist into adulthood?
How do boys become men? There are many diverse, fascinating, dangerous and downright painful rituals to mark the transition from boy to man. But what if your culture doesn't have a rite of passage? Is it the moment you lose your virginity, get your license or are legally allowed to buy a beer at the local pub? Insight speaks to a range of males on what helped shape their identity as a man, and whether boys need rituals to successfully transition into manhood.
Barrie Cassidy returns with Australia's most popular political program. Insiders speaks to the key players, providing analysis, opinion and robust debate from the country's leading political commentators. #Insiders (Return).
This week, Insight asks why some men fight. Following Daniel Christie's death from a 'coward punch' in King's Cross on New Year's Eve, and the introduction of the 'one punch' law in NSW, Jenny Brockie explores what's behind the urge to land a blow. Are there any rules when fights take place outside the ring?
This year, Insight celebrates its 10th anniversary as a discussion forum. So, we're celebrating by re-visiting some of our most memorable shows. Tonight, from 2006, Insight brings you the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth about lies.
With guests Helen Mirren, Adam Hills, and Mia Freedman, plus: the success of Tim Minchin's George Pell song, Jordan Raskopoulos comes out as transgendered, post-natal depression, and Roxy Jacenko hits out at doctored images of daughter.
With guests Kat Stewart, Bow Wow and Christopher Pyne, plus guest host Gretel Killeen, and stories on today's politics, helper dogs, Clementine Ford's battle against the trolls and Swampy the raw milk rebel.
With guests Rove, Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Ernie and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann plus guest Matt White and Steve Price, and stories on parental leave changes, NAPLAN, Mum of the Year, memory overload and the ghost town of Wittenoom.
With guests Daniel Johns, Melissa McCarthy and the cast of Spy, plus guest host Gretel Killeen and stories on Letterman's last show, the power of lobbying, Cardinal Pell, ISIL's path of destruction and Scrabble's scandalous update.
With guests Danny Green and Steve Price, plus guest host Todd Sampson, and stories on hackable cars, a 30-year-old property magnate, ALP's renewable energy target, and the French Scrabble champion who can't speak French.
With guests Julie Bishop, Jacqui Lambie, Mamie Gummer, Michael Ware and Tim Blackwell, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on ransomware, new speaker Tony Smith, League of Legends, and an interview with a man who fought of a shark.
With guests Danny Bhoy, and Dawn French, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on bank law reforms, Kathy Jackson and Michael Lawler's interview, the heartbreak of parents trapped with babies born of surrogates in Nepal, and behind the scenes at TBL.
With guests Julia Zemiro, HG Nelson, and guest host Cindy Warren, and stories on the dangers of trampolines, an Olympian's struggle, two men's remarkable boat trip for charity, and Heather from the Bachelor.
With guests David Beckham, Fatboy Slim and HG Nelson, and guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan and Meshel Laurie and stories on the Russian spy poisoning, Lleyton Hewitt, drunk breakfast hosts and the horse whisperer.
With guests Mark Waugh, Ricky Ponting and Dr Alan Duffy, and guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan and Freddie Flintoff and stories on honey contamination, childfree couples, social media depression, the discovery of a 9th planet and Nick Kyrgios' shorts.
With guests Casey Legler, Australia's Mr Universe winner, and Masterchef's Rose Adam, guest host Steve Vizard, and stories on, a case of amnesia, landsharing, early onset dementia, and happy leap second day!
With co-host Fitzy, and special guest Casey Donovan, we discuss the special counsel overseeing Donald Trump's investigation, how parkour is changing the lives of teenagers, the recent ATO sting, and Chelsea Manning's release.
Interview: Haid Haid, Syrian Columnist And Researcher
As President Bashar al-Assad's forces stage a ferocious assault to take back the crucial city of Aleppo, Syrian researcher Haid Haid says he doubts the latest onslaught will end the five-year conflict.
Interview: Political Correspondent David Lipson
David Lipson recaps the day in Parliament including a pro-refugee protest which interrupted question time and the passing of the ABCC bill that sent Australians to July's double dissolution election.
Interview: Barnaby Joyce, Deputy Prime Minister
In this final week of Parliament, Barnaby Joyce and Lateline's Emma Alberici discuss the question time protest, backpacker tax and the latest leak over security controls for refugees.
The Hidden Story Of Sexual Abuse
Jane Rosengrave has an intellectual disability and takes Lateline back to the institution in regional Victoria where she claims she was sexually abused by multiple perpetrators.
With guest Lehmo, plus guest host Rachel Corbett, and stories on the Berlin truck attack, a magpie called Penguin, DIY injuries, Michelle Obama's chat with Oprah, this week's good news, and Christmas through kids' eyes.
Interview: Kevin Mitnick, Hacker And Cyber Security Expert
From most wanted hacker to 'white hat' security expert, Kevin Mitnick speaks to Lateline's Matt Wordsworth about the influence of hacking on the US Presidential election and answers viewer questions.
Stories include, 'Abbott to take methodically approach', 'Senate will include independents and micro parties', 'Farmers need a fair return', 'Disunity did Labor in', 'Assad says US has no proof of chemical weapons' and 'Senior Catholic official contradicts another's evidence'.
With guests Stephen Fry and Arj Barker, plus guest host Adam Gilchrist, and stories on domestic violence, UberX vs Taxis, active wear, left-handedness being 'evil' and a dog that ate a diamond engagement ring.
With guests Cara Delevingne, Luke McGregor and Lucy McDonald, plus guest host Jennifer Byrne, and stories on paying by selfie, Princess Charlotte's christening, Tinder stats, Greece votes no, and the 10-year-old hypnotherapist.
With guests Grant Denyer and Meshel Laurie, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on the big freeze, the government cracks down on solar power, illegal housing, and the manhunt for Mexican escapee Joaquin Guzman.
Stories include, 'Joe Hockey's first budget', 'No major effect on the economy', 'Budget asks everyone to contribute', 'Tony Burke interview', 'What the papers say', and 'Laura Tingle and Peter Martin interviews'.
With guests Christopher Pyne, Sam Wood, Osher Gunsberg and Steve Price, plus guest host Todd Sampson, and stories on Bronwyn Bishop, moving to the country, marriage equality, the Family Court bombing arrest, and a man who's running 50 ultra-triathlon.
With guest Hugh Jackman, plus guest host Todd Sampson, and stories on the pregnant French woman hoax, claims that cruise companies are being pushed offshore, the man fighting prostate cancer by drawing penises, and ice's impact on addicts' families.
With guests Bernard Fanning, Paul Bongiorno, Hugh Riminton, Grahame Morris and Mark Di Stefano, plus guest host Steve Price and stories on the Liberal leadership spill, and a model breaking stereotypes.
With guests M. Night Shyamalan and John Hewson, plus the Treasurer's tax cut suggestion, male plastic surgery, $2 million compensation for the woman imprisoned for a decade, and Mel Gibson vs the paparazzi.
With guests Sam Frost and Al Murray, plus guest hosts Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on today's anti-terror summit, the coal seam gas mining tragedy, super juicer 'outrage, the radio station for kids and the guy doing a marathon backwards.
With guests Robyn Butler, Dr Bridie O'Donnell and Joel Creasey, and stories on Shiite students and the national anthem, George Bender's daughter speaks out, developments in the Pearce-Stevenson murders, bacon causing cancer and more.
With guests Ed Sheeran (performing live) and Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, plus guest host Gretel Killeen, and stories on the government in crisis, Super Bowl LI, statistics on Catholic church child abuse, and the AFL women's league.
Stories include: 'Interview: Shadow Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus', 'Interview: Financial Services Minister Kelly O'Dwyer', 'The latest from Parliament House'
INTERVIEW: SHADOW ATTORNEY-GENERAL MARK DREYFUS
Shadow Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus speaks to Lateline's Emma Alberici amid calls for the Attorney-General George Brandis to stand down.
INTERVIEW: FINANCIAL SERVICES MINISTER KELLY O'DWYER
Financial Services Minister Kelly O'Dwyer joins Lateline after another day of the parliamentary inquiry into the financial sector.
THE LATEST FROM PARLIAMENT HOUSE
Lateline's political correspondent David Lipson on the latest in federal politics, including the banking inquiry and claims that Attorney-General George Brandis misled parliament.
Stories include, 'Defence Minister has no confidence in ASC', 'Hughes in critical condition', 'Riots break out in Ferguson', 'Hagel resigns', 'IS exploits "a lack of purpose" in the young to recruit members', 'Water bill could damage Barrier Reef' and 'Syrian children forced into labour'.
With guests Todd McKenney, Bill Shorten, Joel Creasey and Tegan Higginbotham, plus guest hosts Meshel Laurie and Lehmo, and stories on Aussie values, BB King, Shorten's vision, Cuba's cancer vaccine and celebrities' first jobs.
With guest George Calombaris, plus guest host Todd Sampson, and stories on the sham of free range egg labelling, the crisis of housing affordability, and the Melbourne student completing school while living on the streets.
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