British Muslims say they feel increasingly under threat in their own country, after a spike in racism following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union. Dateline examines the rising tide of hate crime - online and on the streets.
Panellists: Josh Frydenberg, Minister for Resources and Energy; Chris Bowen, Shadow Treasurer; Sarah Hanson-Young, Greens Senator; Paul Kelly, Editor-at-large The Australian; and Holly Ransom, Entrepreneur and Youth Advocate.
Panellists include: Joe Hockey - Treasurer, Chris Bowen - Shadow Treasurer, Cassandra Goldie - Head of Australian Council of Social Service, Kate Carnell - CEO of the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and John Daley - CEO Grattan Institute.
Stories include, 'Interview: Badar Alam, Editor of the Herald, a monthly current affairs magazine in Pakistan', 'Interview: Graham Blewitt, former Deputy Chief Prosecutor at the War Crimes Tribunal' and 'The art project that captures our obsession with the weather'.
After the close Election result Barrie Cassidy navigates us through the week of counts, recounts and fallout from Australia's verdict. Insiders is Australia's #1 political program, interviewing key players and providing analysis.
Stories include: 'George Pell investigated over multiple allegations of sexual abuse'
GEORGE PELL INVESTIGATED OVER MULTIPLE ALLEGATIONS OF SEXUAL ABUSE
Police are investigating multiple child abuse allegations against Cardinal George Pell. Cardinal Pell has emphatically denied the allegations
Panellists include: Barnaby Joyce, Deputy Prime Minister; Joel Fitzgibbon, Shadow Minister for Agriculture; Tony Windsor, Former MP and Independent Candidate; Fiona Simson, Vice President of National Farmers' Federation; and Robbie Sefton, Farmer and Businesswoman.
Join Stan Grant for considered analysis, agenda-setting interviews and a distinctive Indigenous approach that investigates cultural, political and social issues from a fresh perspective. #ThePointNITV.
Panellists include: Kelly O'Dwyer, Minister for Small Business and Assistant Treasurer; Andrew Leigh, Shadow Assistant Treasurer; Adam Bandt, Greens Member for Melbourne; Cassandra Goldie, Head of Australian Council of Social Service; Innes Willox, CEO, Australian Industry Group
Panellists include: James Fallows, American writer and journalist; Laura Tingle, Political Editor, The Australian Financial Review; George Megalogenis, Author and Commentator; Iain Walker, Executive Director, The New Democracy Foundation; and Pru Goward, NSW Cabinet Minister
Stories include, 'Could the Winter Olympics be targeted by terrorists?', 'Barnaby Joyce calls for more Government assistance for farmers', 'Critics slam mandatory sentencing for drunken crimes', 'Shocking violence statistics force PNG response' and 'Springsteen fan lives her dream after 7.30 story'.
Stories include, 'Palmer Party looking less united with dissent from Queensland and Jacqui Lambie', 'Jacqui Lambie warns Palmer United Party needs "bloody better plan"', '"We need to be in step with" China and US reduction targets says Rio Tinto CEO' and 'Gamergate: facing misogyny in the video game world'.
Panellists include: Malcolm Turnbull - Minister for Communications, Tanya Plibersek - Deputy Opposition Leader, Ben Elton - Comedy writer and author, Jonathan Holmes - Journalist and Sarrah Le Marquand - Opinion editor of The Daily Telegraph.
Panellists include: Christopher Pyne - Education Minister, Penny Wong - Opposition Leader in the Senate, Brian Schmidt - Nobel Prize Winning Astrophysicist, Ruby Wax - Comedian and author and Michael Franti - Musician, filmmaker and humanitarian.
Stories include, 'Government faces election angst and security issues', 'Stories set in stone reveal gems from the past', 'Bill Shorten addresses asbestos and election fears' and 'Health expert calls for perspective in Telstra asbestos fears'.
Some Australian men are taking grooming to the next level: from botox and body hair removal, to more intrusive surgeries, including six-pack and calf implants. In this episode, Insight looks at what's driving some men to undergo cosmetic self-improvement.
This week on Insight, a difficult conversation about how an intellectual disability may affect a parent's capacity to raise a child. Some research suggests that intellectually disabled parents are over-represented in child protection cases.
Q2 Debate in Athens Onassis Cultural Centre - Europe Should Shut the Door on Immigration. For the proposition: Douglas Murray & Makis Vorides, and against the propostion: Bernard Kouchner & Antigone Lyberaki, the debate is moderated by BBC Worldwide journalist Nik Gowing.
Panellists include: Bob Carr - Former Foreign Minister, Kerry Chikarovski - Former State Liberal leader, Eva Cox - Author and social analyst, Brendan O'Neill - British Editor, Spiked Online and Nigel Kennedy - British Violin Virtuoso.
Stories include, 'Emails portray possible Slipper political plot', 'Harry Jenkins explains retirement motivation', 'Personal story highlights battle with self-harm' and 'Racquet makes Olympic preview with Clarke and Dawe'.
The story, 'Doomed', questions air safety after the Pel-Air disaster. The story, 'Oh, Mr Darcy!', features an interview with actor Colin Firth about his career and life. The story, 'The contender', details Opposition Leader Tony Abbott's life away from politics.
Stories include, 'Liberal leadership battle rages on', 'Ian Macfarlane joins The 7.30 Report', 'Three candidates expected in Liberal leadership spill', 'Worker's death prompts calls to halt insulation scheme'.
It's claimed Japan's ferocious and feared Yakuza murder, extort and intimidate according to an honour code. But where is the honour in the squalid new enterprise now adding to their billion dollar criminal turnover?
Panellists include Scott Morrison - Shadow Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, Bob Carr - Former NSW Premier, Heather Ridout - prominent business woman, Simon Sheikh - National Director of online group GetUp and Shimrit Nothman - Israeli Australian communications consultant.
Before Haiti there was Aceh - a catastrophic natural event claiming tens of thousands of lives, destroying towns and villages and drawing enormous global sympathy and billions in aid. What is life like now for those traumatised survivors in this historically divided place?
Stories include, 'Rudd grilled over mining advertisements', 'Israel faces criticism over fatal raid on Gaza aid ship', 'Matildas waltz off with Asian cup', 'Professor Niall Ferguson joins 7.30 Report'.
Panellists include Tanya Pilbersek - Minister for Housing and Status of Women, Julie Bishop - Deputy Leader of the Opposition, Piers Akerman - News Limited Columnist, Bruce Hawker - ALP strategist and Waleed Aly - political commentator.
Stories include, 'Abbott pledges to freeze recruitment', 'Athletes relieved by planned funding boost', 'Obama faces Wall Street resistance', 'Voice of courage and defiance', 'Clarke and Dawe put PM to the test'.
Panellists: Mem Fox, author; Martha Wainwright, Canadian singer-songwriter; Neil Armfield, theatre and opera director; Ursula Yovich, actress and cabaret singer; and Kim Williams, author and former media executive.
Stories include, 'Allegations of research misconduct around breakthrough cancer findings', 'Debate stalemate foreshadows battle for economic supremacy' and 'Matt Damon on the importance of not being nervous'.