With guests Ringo Starr, Michelle Bridges & The Commando from TBL, and stories on the ongoing crisis of violence against women, the Taxi V Uber showdown, and high schooler Xavier's message for RUOK day.
Panellists include: Brian Cox - Particle Physicist and TV Presenter, Matt Colwell aka 360 - Rapper, Alexandra Peterson Cart - Impact Investment Adviser and Philanthropist, Richard Gill - Artistic Director Sydney Symphony Education Program and Nalini Joshi - Mathematician.
Panellists include: Barnaby Joyce - Minister for Agriculture, Mark Butler - Shadow Minister for Environment, David Suchet - British Actor, Louise Adler - CEO of Melbourne University Publishing and Madonna King - Journalist and Commentator.
Is success worth it? What's the payoff ... and the price? Host Jenny Brockie speaks to high-achievers - and those who haven't reached their goals - about the merits of a "winning at all costs" approach. They talk about what it takes to come out on top, whether children need to be pushed, and how to strike the right balance.
With guest hosts Chris Brown and Steve Price, and guests Michael Caton and Matt Preston, and stories on league players bullying junior referees, musicians attacking people, a 15 year old who wants to race V8s, and an Australian woman on the run.
With guests Anne-Marie and Lee from MasterChef, plus guest hosts Hamish MacDonald, Tommy Little and Fifi Box, and stories on cat food recall, the budget, Fin for a Fin, the DIY paramedic, and Connie Johnson's final battle.
With guests Matthew Dellavedova and champion speller Anirudh, Your Chair co-host India Bailey and stories on our refugee commitment, Obama's Bear encounter, the Queen's record reign and Buddy Franklin's struggle.
Stories include: 'In this week's poll we asked you whether the superannuation system passes the fairness test', 'Panel: Simon Cowan, Centre for Independent Studies; Patricia Pascuzzo, Committee for Sustainable Retirement Incomes; Peter Martin, the Age.', 'Warnings of gas price hikes as campaigners celebrate the end of fracking in Victoria', 'Interview: Norm Ornstein, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research'
IN THIS WEEK'S POLL WE ASKED YOU WHETHER THE SUPERANNUATION SYSTEM PASSES THE FAIRNESS TEST
The vote is in and 60% of you said 'No', the superannuation system does not pass the fairness test, with many saying it favours the wealthy at the expense of everyone else.
PANEL: SIMON COWAN, CENTRE FOR INDEPENDENT STUDIES; PATRICIA PASCUZZO, COMMITTEE FOR SUSTAINABLE RETIREMENT INCOMES; PETER MARTIN, THE AGE.
We asked our panel of experts for their opinion on whether the superannuation tax system favours the wealthy, and what they thought would improve outcomes for all retiring Australians.
WARNINGS OF GAS PRICE HIKES AS CAMPAIGNERS CELEBRATE THE END OF FRACKING IN VICTORIA
The gas industry in Australia is warning of price hikes and shortages, if more states and territories ban coal seam gas exploration and extraction, as Victoria did this week.
INTERVIEW: NORM ORNSTEIN, AMERICAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH
Emma Alberici speaks with Norm Ornstein and asks him for his take on US politics in the wake of the rise of Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump.
With guests Jay Weatherill, Courtney Hancock, Jules Schiller and Tim Blackwell, plus host Steve Price, and stories on state leaders' asylum seeker offer, Sausage King awards, the Super Bowl, confessed rapists, and health in public pools.
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar and Mary Coustas as they dissect and reconstitute the daily news and hottest topics. Plus, interview with Denzel Washington, Viola Davis and Stephen Henderson.
With guests Adam Gilchrist, Jade Hameister, Josh Frydenberg, Samuel from MasterChef and Lucy McDonald, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Anthony 'Lehmo' Lehmann and Meshel Laurie, and stories on Comey testimony, Big Freeze and the Finkel report.
With guests Xavier Samuel and Travis Jeffery, plus guest hosts Fitzy and Hamish MacDonald, and stories on the East China Sea, Iphones, donation reform, the feel good news and the latest from The Bachelor.
Stories include, 'Worst drought on record getting very different State government responses', 'Alan Bond - billionaire, convicted fraudster, America's Cup bankroller, dead at 77', 'Family of man who died in police watch house call for new approach to NT alcohol problems', 'Alan Bond changed the Australian business landscape says Robert Gottliebsen' and 'Alan Bond - remember the man who lifted the America's Cup says Bob Hawke'.
Stories include, 'These are the risky investments that could put your Super on the line', 'El Nino brings dry grip to south eastern Australia and farmers feel the pinch', 'Innovation's the word as Wyatt Roy and Ed Husic discuss how to embrace the future' and 'Is this what will save the Tassie devil?'.
Stories include, 'Financial advice plans - cutting red tape or giving rogue operators a green light?', 'Game of Thrones sets illegal download record, sparks piracy debate', 'ISIS advance will come to quick end predicts former US Ambassador' and 'New technology helps children with autism find their first words'.
This week Insight looks at the election battle to claim the upper hand on mental health. With one in five Australians experiencing a mental health issue each year Insight examines this key election topic.
Panellists include: David Morrison - 2016 Australian of the Year, Gordian Fulde - 2016 Senior Australian of the Year, Stan Grant - Indigenous affairs editor for Guardian Australia and Manai Younus - 2016 SA Finalist Young Australian of the Year.
Panellists include: Jimmy Barnes - Rock Legend, Kim Williams - Author and former media executive, Concetta Fierravanti-Wells - Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Social Services and Sam Dastyari - Labor Sentator.
Stories include, 'Call for targets to reduce indigenous incarceration', 'Treasurer admits he's on notice to improve performance', 'A turbulent political year', 'Friday Forum', 'ICAC to appeal judgement to stop investigating Crown Prosecutor' and 'Dust Storm swallows Queensland town.'
Stories include, 'Thirty-one women killed in Australia in 15 weeks renews call for action', '"Fair and sustainable future" important says Scott Morrison on budget decisions', 'Hillary Clinton takes aim at historic female US Presidency', 'Hillary Clinton's US Presidential nomination starts "election fatigue" observes political scientist' and 'Police warn against parents using spying apps to track children'.
Stories include, 'Malcolm Turnbull takes control and attention turns to Bill Shorten', 'Government 'in mood for being competitive at next election' says Andrew Robb', 'Meet a man risking the only thing he has left for a better life' and 'In the footsteps of Priscilla, an outback lad goes home to put on a show'.
Panellists include: John Hewson - Former leader of the Liberal Party, Amanda Rishworth - South Australian Labor MP, John Stackhouse - Visiting Christian Scholar, Michael Ware - War correspondent and filmmaker and Alex Oliver - Director, Polling Program - Lowy Institute.
With a third of London's homeless now coming from eastern Europe, Dateline reports on the increasing social problems and tension on Britain's streets; the frightened faces of children tell the story of Syria's conflict, including the aftermath of an attack on a school caught on camera and; Greenland's ice is melting more quickly revealing rich mining opportunities, but also controversy over how they should be used.
Boxing Story Hits The Stage
The critically-acclaimed play Prize Fighter was written by a Congolese-Australian who used his own life as inspiration. It's about a Congolese orphan who moves to Brisbane and takes up boxing, and it opens this week as part of the Sydney Festival.
Hopes That Crackdown On Centrelink Benefits Will Be Overturned
Welfare lawyers and recipients are hoping to overturn a federal government crackdown on benefits.
Young Man's Suicide Transforms Rural Community
The suicide of Will Carrigan, 24, prompted his parents to start a campaign in their rural community to introduce what is known as 'positive education' to help young people with mental illness.
JD Vance On Why Working-class Americans Voted For Donald Trump
Author JD Vance joins 7.30 to discuss his book Hillbilly Elegy, which goes some way to explaining why white, working-class Americans are so disaffected with mainstream politics.
Stories include, 'Budget battle looms', 'Former Hey Dad TV star sentenced to more than ten years jail', 'Mining magnate Nathan Tinkler denies illegal payments to Liberal party', 'Wife of East Timor's P.M. slams Australia', 'Minister says he lived in fear of pink batt deaths', 'Friday Forum', 'Pregnant woman to be executed for becoming a Christian', 'Hindu nationalists claim historic victory in Indian election' and ' Motorists v cyclists'.
Stories include, 'Crossing the line', 'Crisis talks in Geneva', 'Potentially more survivors', 'MPs ned to re-establish public trust, 'Baird promises government integrity, 'Learning difficlties' and 'Putin does not want more European sanctions'.
In the wake of the Bali 9 executions, why are our politicians already at each others throats about it? Are rising rents forcing Aussie families to go without food? It's the oldest profession in the world, but what's the reality of being a sex worker? The Russian spacecraft out of control and hurtling towards earth and get ready for project Hulkomania!
Stories include, 'Australia's '19th Syrian' injured in shelling back home while his father is killed in the same attack', 'The Turnbull government flexes its economic muscle in response to the financial systems inquiry by former Commonwealth Bank chief executive David Murr', 'Panel: Christopher Joye, columnist with the Australian Financial Review and economics editor of the Australian, David Uren' and 'The shunned people of northern Uganda speak out about their torture and place in their community'.
Panellists include: Tim Fischer - Former Deputy Prime Minister and author, Alan Jones - Influential Radio Broadcaster, Jacqui Lambie - Independent Senator for Tasmania, Mark Butler - Shadow Minister for Environment and Katherine Teh-White - Managing Director, Futureeye.
With guests Gwen Stefani and Angela Bishop, plus guest host Daniel MacPherson, and stories on a dying Dad's effort to provide for his son, urban street food, revelations about the cause of Russian Airbus 321's crash and a young maths genius.
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.
Stories include, 'Carbon tax deal within a week and a half', 'Greece close to vote on austerity measures', 'Taliban claims credit for hotel attack', 'Protests erupt in Egypt over pace of reform', 'Gang feud feeds public safety fears', 'Brown prepares for Greens' Senate power', 'Ownership report a return to bad policies', 'Children in detention pledge narrowly met'.
Stories include, 'Abbott trips on play to female voters', 'Tobacco industry rejects plain packets', 'Social media campaigning not so social', 'Swan buoyed by interest rate decision', 'Mining tax could put Liberals in to Flynn', 'Journalist killed in Lebanese-Israeli border clash', 'Pakistan floods threaten disease crisis'.
Wake up to great conversations and all the information you need to start your day. Michael Rowland and Del Irani are joined by Paul Kennedy with sport, Rachel Pupazzoni with finance and Kirsten Diprose with the weather. Includes an interview with mathematician and author Eugenia Cheng.
With guests Conchita Wurst, Warren Mundine, Danny Green and HG Nelson, plus guest hosts Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on closing indigenous communities, the aphasia choir, CEO pay, the couple who's had 68 weddings, and the Mayweather/Pacquiao.
Stories include, ‘Terminal Toyota’, ‘Royal Commission into corruption’, ‘Interview with the National Secretary of the Australian Manufacturing Workers Union’, ‘Channel 7 and Schapelle Corby’, ‘Victorian bushfires’, ‘Sochi Winter Olympics and David Satter’ and Inside Ukraine’.
Stories include, 'Royal Commission needs more time and money', 'Defence force Bishop stands down', 'ISIS declares caliphate', 'Coulson to face retrial', 'Work not welfare', 'Invest in people, infrastructure and technology for future prosperity' and 'NZ spent half a billion dollars on welfare reforms'.
Panellists include: Rachel Griffiths - Film and television actress, Eddie McGuire - President of Collingwood FC and media personality, Lindsay Fox - Founder, The Linfox Group, Kelly O'Dwyer - Liberal Member for Higgins and Richard Marles - Shadow Minister for Immigration and Border Protection.
Join Hamish Macdonald, Carrie Bickmore, Peter Helliar and Fitzy as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Buzz Aldrin and Waleed Aly from the US.
With guests Benedict Cumberbatch and Tilda Swinton, plus guest hosts Tommy Little and Sarah Le Marquand, and stories on the Dreamworld tragedy, chauffeured dogs, police crime, the new Qantas dress code and this weeks good news.
With guests Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, David Marr, Dr Bridie O'Donnell and Steve Price, plus guest host Rachel Corbett, and stories on Aussie bomb victim in Baghdad, beating MS, ABC under attack, and valium recall.
With guests Mark Webber and Rachel Griffiths, and guest host Gretel Killeen. Stories on the riots in Greece, the anxiety of running out of phone battery, Merv Hughes on the 2nd test, the paraglider who's suing a council after losing a leg.
Panellists include: Fiona Nash - Rural Health Minister, Catherine King - Shadow Health Minister, Neil Mitchell - Radio Broadcaster, Grace Collier - IR commentator and columnist The Australian and Dave Oliver - ACTU Secretary.
Panellists include: Sarah Henderson - Liberal Member for Corangamite, Richard Marles - Shadow Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, Darrryn Lions - Mayor of Geelong, Elaine Carbines - CEO, G21 - The Geelong Region Alliance and Richard Di Natale - Greens Senator and Health spokesperson.
Use this playlist to help students to understand how digital devices work around them. Discover the latest emerging technologies and the affect on individuals from the rise of the digital world. (ACTDIK023,ACTDIK024,VCDSTS043,VCDSTS044)
It is important to know about different individuals that seek refuge in Australia and around the world. Watch this playlist to get an insight into the life of refugees. (ACHASSI099,ACDSEH146,VCHHK095,VCGGK124,VCHHK159).
From sharks and sea turtles to octopus and corals, you’re in the right place to take a deep dive into oceans and marine life with this meticulous designed playlist for all the ocean lovers. (ACHASSK047,VCGGC058,VCGGC072,VCGGC086,VCGGC100,VCGGK105)
Ramadan, the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, is a special time for Muslims. See how the community fasts from dawn and dines together come sunset with Behind the News and Compass. (ACHASSK065,VCHHK077)