Stories include: 'Interview: Shadow Minister for Financial Services Katy Gallagher', 'Our obsession with things: Interview with Ruth Quibell', 'Farewell Ford: The car maker prepares to close in Australia'
INTERVIEW: SHADOW MINISTER FOR FINANCIAL SERVICES KATY GALLAGHER
Shadow Minister for Financial Services Katy Gallagher joins Emma Alberici as the chief executives of the big four banks prepare for banking inquiry grilling.
OUR OBSESSION WITH THINGS: INTERVIEW WITH RUTH QUIBELL
The things that make us... What does our obsession with certain things say about us? Author and sociologist Ruth Quibell joins Emma Alberici to discuss why some of our possessions are just too precious to throw away.
FAREWELL FORD: THE CAR MAKER PREPARES TO CLOSE IN AUSTRALIA
When the Ford motor company closes the doors on its manufacturing plant in Geelong next Friday, 90 years of Australian motoring history will end. Lateline's Hamish Fitzsimmons takes a look back at the history of Ford and the future of its workers.
Stories include: 'South Australia blackout: Tony Wood on how the grid went down', 'Interview: George Christensen, MP for Dawson', 'House Hack: Tiny homes for tiny prices'
SOUTH AUSTRALIA BLACKOUT: TONY WOOD ON HOW THE GRID WENT DOWN
A blackout in South Australia has left the whole state without power. Tony Wood, Director of the Energy Program at the Grattan Institute, joins Lateline to discuss what happened and what needs to be done to get the power back online.
INTERVIEW: GEORGE CHRISTENSEN, MP FOR DAWSON
George Christensen, MP for Dawson, joins Lateline to discuss the backpacker tax, Gonski reforms, and same sex marriage.
HOUSE HACK: TINY HOMES FOR TINY PRICES
It's IKEA for houses. A Sydney architect has designed an entire flatpack house as a way of tackling housing affordability and environmental problems.
With guests Elle Macpherson, Angela Bishop and Craig from Survivor, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on drink driving penalties, hospital parking fees, botched airstrikes on Syria, the Emmys, and magpie season.
With guests Shaun Micallef and HG Nelson, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on snakes, the Moroccan Soup Bar, the Stoccos still on the run, the fight over coal seam gas mining, and the meanest cats.
With guests RJ Mitte, Joel Creasey, Bert Newton, Jules Schiller, Michael Keenan and Dr Kerryn Phelps, plus stories on workers fighting to take over their closed turkey factory, anti-terror raids, causes of cancer and the Shonky Awards.
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar and Gretel Killeen as they dissect and reconstitute the daily news and hottest topics. Special guest: Tom Arnold from I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here!
With guest hosts Tommy Little and Ryan Fitzgerald, and stories on banning the burqa, the nude neighbour, tea time with Tommy, the latest from the celebrity jungle, plus we chat to the cast of 50 Shades Darker.
With guest Christopher Pyne, plus guest hosts Fifi Box and Brad McEwan, and stories on saving the Orange-bellied parrot, why are Aussies so gloomy? Could house sharing help the elderly stay independent? Is this Australia's next NBA superstar?
With guest Dylan Moran, plus guest host Joe Hildebrand, and stories on Bill Shorten at the Royal Commission, Campbells Cove nudist beach closing, donor-conceived people, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and rates of ageing.
With guests the Bachelor Sam and his love Snezana and HG Nelson, and guest hosts Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on murder houses, the cake cowboy, a weird week of politics, Europe's migrant crisis, and how to take a selfie.
With guests 5SOS, Ellie Goulding, plus guest host Meshel Laurie, and stories on the shooting in Oregon, the anti-abortion activist who's about to be deported, the latest Bachelorette elimination, and Australia's greatest sporting glories!
With guest hosts Matt White, Gorgi Coghlan and Freddie Flintoff and stories on the San Bernardino mass shooting, this year in Aussie politics, the do's and don'ts of Christmas parties and Australia's dual world champion: paralympian Isis Holt.
With guest HG Nelson, Liesel Jones, Tegan Higginbotham and guest host Steve Price, and stories on the inquiry into Luke Batty's death hands down its findings, Brownlow and Dally M presentations, Justin Bieber in Oz, and wife carrying.
With guest Margaret Pomeranz, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan and Meshel Laurie, and stories on the ongoing Adam Goodes uproar, our spate of shark attacks, the truth of online reviews and we send Joel Creasey behind the scenes of the Spelling Bee!
With guests Terri Butler MP and Sarah from the Bachelor, and guest hosts Danny Green and Natarsha Belling, and stories on mansplaining, the ages we're most happy, opt-out organ donation, and celebrating 10 years of the McGrath Foundation.
Poll: Do You Think Donald Trump Will Make America Great Again?
Lateline's Jamie Cummins looks at the results of this week's viewer poll.
Interview: Ying Ma, Conservative Commentator And Deputy Director Of The Committee For American Sovereignty
Ying Ma rallied support for Donald Trump's election and says many of his supporters love his rhetoric; but that they would be understanding if he didn't follow through with having Mexico pay for the wall, or imposing a ban on Muslims from entering the US.
Homes For Profit, Not People
Australian real estate developer Lend Lease is embroiled in a multibillion-dollar dispute which has seen thousands of working class Londoners forced out of their homes.
Interview: Travis Tygart, Head Of The US Anti-Doping Agency
Travis Tygart is both feared and revered in the sporting world because he lifted the lid on Lance Armstrong's doping scandal. He's currently in Australia to share his insights with some of our sport administrators.
Medical Research Community Pushes Back At Government Migration Crackdown
The medical research community is furiously trying to convince the Turnbull Government to back down on its plans to abolish the 457 visa scheme. The reforms announced this week would require applicants to have two years of work experience in their field. But top researchers around the country say it will rob them of international PhD graduates who are crucial to their work. Matt Wordsworth reports.
Late Debate: Bridget McKenzie And Sam Dastyari
David Lipson speaks to Nationals Senator for Victoria Bridget McKenzie, and Labor Senator for NSW Sam Dastyari to discuss the Government's crackdown on migration and the week in politics.
Interview: Lissa Muscatine, Former Aide To Hillary Clinton
Next week marks 100 days of the Donald Trump administration, in one of the most tumultuous starts to a presidency in recent history. David Lipson speaks to former speechwriter and aide to Hillary Clinton Lissa Muscatine about the impact that President Trump's leadership has had on global politics.
Chatline: The Week In Review
From the future of funerals to the French election, Lateline's Jamie Cummins takes a look back at some of the stories you responded to this week.
With guests Jessica from MasterChef and Josh Frydenberg, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on the US pulling out of the Paris Agreement, Facebook standards, and the snow dome queen.
Ignite: Big Thinker Reveals Plans For A Utopian Society
The concept of a utopian society has been a dream of most generations. Dutch historian Rutger Bregman has a proposal to create a world that is free of poverty and where people work much shorter working hours. Matt Wordsworth produced this segment from our Ignite series.
Interview: Acting Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce
Jeremy Fernandez speaks to Acting Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce about housing affordability, the pressures over the Adani Carmichael coal mine project, and financial support for flood victims in NSW and Queensland.
Interview: Dame Wendy Hall
Jeremy Fernandez speaks to professor of computer science at the University of Southampton, Dame Wendy Hall, about the influence of government and big business on the internet.
With guests Shannon Noll, Kate Ledger and Christopher Pyne, plus guest host Hamish MacDonald and Rachel Corbett, and stories on the budget, finding a biological mother, Connie's Big Heart Project, and The Budget Lock-up Redemption.
The story, 'Skin deep', captures the problem of non-melanoma skin cancers for Australians. The story, 'Cliffhanger election', reviews the 2010 election with no announcement yet as votes continue to be counted. The story, 'Barnes unplugged', provides an honest and raw interview with Jimmy Barnes.
Stories include, 'Premeditated murder not proven in Pistorius trial', 'Obama's strategy to fight Islamic State militants', 'Australia to support US offensive', 'Wide regional acceptance of US plan to destroy ISIL', 'Nine Australian bodies from MH17 returned', 'Whole generation could be unemployable' and 'Cull to be cut'.
With guests George Clooney and Poh Ling Yeow, plus guest hosts Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, with stories on wedding etiquette, the 1.5 million Aussies living unwittingly with kidney disease, and we ask if our pollies deserve more respect.
With guest hosts Tarsh Belling, Lehmo and Meshel, and stories on the bartender still pulling ales at 80, the latest Masterchef elimination, HG Nelson's sports wrap, baby gender selection, and the controversial immigration views of Kim Vuga.
With guests Rachel Zoe and HG Nelson, plus guest hosts Lehmo, Gorgi Coghlan & Meshel Laurie, and stories on the rise of childish workplace behaviour, the end of religious classes in school, and Lehmo talks to kids about the future.
With guest host Todd Sampson and stories on the deadly superbug in our hospitals, the woman still weightlifting while pregnant with twins, the latest on the wads of cash given to people smugglers, and insights on Melbourne's underworld.
With guests Judith Lucy, Anthony Callea and Tommy Little and guest hosts Ray Martin, Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo and Gretel Killeen, with stories on Eurovision, prison cell reviews and Madonna keeps her fans waiting.
The radicalised aussie mum who died whilst with ISIL in Syria and so will the government bring her five orphaned children back home? Is it time our parole system was overhauled? Plus the smoking scandal that has rocked the jungle and Sex and The City Star Kristin Davis joins the show.
With guests Julia Morris, Hyla, Adam Gilchrist and Renee Bargh, plus guest hosts Tommy Little and Todd Sampson, and stories on fresh attacks in Paris, the Kookaburra cricket ball, WA bushfires and codeine classification.
With guests George Calombaris, Andrew Forrest and Dr Jennie Bickmore-Brand, plus guest hosts Tommy Little and Steve Price, and stories on iron ore enquiry, top restaurant awards, a couple's wedding wish, conscription and ketamine trials.
With guests, Jessica from MasterChef, enduro-cyclist Jesse Carlsson and Senator Cory Bernardi, plus co-host Gretel Killeen and stories on dirty dentists, the Gold Coast Suns' drugs scandal, carrot beer, depressed doctors and World UFO Day.
With guest Stephen Koukoulas, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on credit card interest rates, the battle for Brocke, Cardinal George Pell and the Royal Commission, fertility classes, and Aussie hangovers.
With guests Dannii Minogue, Iva Davies, Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard, plus guest hosts Hamish Macdonald and Steve Price, and stories on the backpacker tax, rental properties and Airbnb, superbug-fighting antiseptic, and rapping school captain.
With guests James Franco, Bryan Cranston, Robbie Maddison and Father Bob, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan and Gretel Killeen, and stories on the explosion outside the Australian Christian Lobby, and the manhunt in Berlin.
Guests: Ellie Goulding, Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell & Kate Hudson, Survivor's Sue and guest host, Hamish Macdonald. And stories on Kim Kardashian's robbery, Tony Abbott's plan to be PM again, UNICEF's Donate Your Dinner appeal and the Shonky Awards.
Have You Ever Broken The Law In A Foreign Country?
The Budgie Nine aren't the only Australians to wind up on the wrong side of the law while overseas. This week we asked you if you'd ever broken the law in a foreign country and many of you "fessed up".
Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos Wins Nobel Peace Prize
The 2016 Nobel Peace prize is awarded to Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos for his efforts to bring the country's more than 50-year-long civil war to an end.
Debate: Bill Potts, Jodi Magi, Joe Hildebrand
Criminal lawyer Bill Potts, News Corp columnist Joe Hildebrand and Jodi Magi, an Australian woman who spent more than two days in jail in Abu Dhabi, join Lateline to discuss the plight of those who find themselves in trouble in a foreign country.
With guests Anthony Callea, Richie, Alex & Nikki from The Bachelor. Matt White, Jamie Whincup, and Sam Maiden, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo & Jamila Rizvi, and stories on politics, worker outrage, PMS, and the Sandown V8s.
With guests Georgia Love & Senator Malcolm Roberts, plus guest hosts Hamish Macdonald & Gretel Killeen, and stories on immigration, drug-testing kits, Brangelina's split, sexual assault on campus, and JonBenet Ramsey's murder.
With guests Joel Creasey, Ron Howard, Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones, plus guest hosts Rove McManus, Gorgi Coghlan, Anthony 'Lehmo' Lehmann and Meshel Laurie, and stories on living in The Matrix, terror teens, kids' dreams, and cuttlefish sex.
With guest host Matt White, and Jimmy Barnes and guest Andrew Denton! Plus stories on dying with dignity, skinny jeans, has a town been accidentally poisoned by the Department of Defence, paying people smugglers, and outsourcing chores.
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