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Lateline
38:43

Lateline: October 12, 2011

ABC  |  October 12, 2011
Stories include, 'Carbon package passes in tumultuous session', 'New Zealand fears grounded ship will sink', 'Windsor proud to be involved with carbon bills, 'Burma begins ...

Stories include, 'Carbon package passes in tumultuous session', 'New Zealand fears grounded ship will sink', 'Windsor proud to be involved with carbon bills, 'Burma begins releasing prisoners of conscience', 'Israel to exchange 1,000 Palestinians for imprisoned soldier', 'Iran denies ambassador assassination plot', and 'Military no better than Mubartak: El-Mahdi'.

Lateline
39:07

Lateline: August 4, 2011

ABC  |  August 4, 2011
Stories include, 'Government to film Malaysia flight as warning', 'Fake bomb an elaborate extortion attempt', 'High-speed rail network back in consideration', 'Climate ...

Stories include, 'Government to film Malaysia flight as warning', 'Fake bomb an elaborate extortion attempt', 'High-speed rail network back in consideration', 'Climate department threat 'typical': Gillard', 'Tiger to remain grounded for some time', 'CCS fails to deliver on promise', 'Lagarde faces abuse of power allegations', 'Syria allows opposition parties'.

Lateline
38:08

Lateline: March 1, 2011

ABC  |  March 1, 2011
Stories include, 'Gaddafi disconnected from reality', 'Garnaut makes case for agriculture in climate tax', 'ASIO delays assessment of 900 asylum seekers', 'Cairns narrowly ...

Stories include, 'Gaddafi disconnected from reality', 'Garnaut makes case for agriculture in climate tax', 'ASIO delays assessment of 900 asylum seekers', 'Cairns narrowly escaped disaster from TC Yasi', 'Maupin publishes eighth City novel'.

Sunday Night
45:29

Sunday Night: Daryn’s Wrong Odds/At Home with Colleen McCullough/Mountain Mum

Seven  |  October 16, 2011
In 'Daryn's Wrong Odds' former Swans player Daryn Cresswell says his betting was 'out of control', Rahni Sadler heads to Norfolk Island to catch up with Australia's most ...

In 'Daryn's Wrong Odds' former Swans player Daryn Cresswell says his betting was 'out of control', Rahni Sadler heads to Norfolk Island to catch up with Australia's most successful female author in 'At Home With Colleen McCullough' and 'Mountain Mum tells the extraordinary journey of a mother of two attempting to climb the world's highest peaks.

Lateline
35:03

Lateline: September 14, 2011

ABC  |  September 14, 2011
Stories include, 'Abbott says carbon tax will sink Government', 'Priest publicly denies rape allegations', 'Siege raises doubts over Afghanistan's future', 'Senator Brown ...

Stories include, 'Abbott says carbon tax will sink Government', 'Priest publicly denies rape allegations', 'Siege raises doubts over Afghanistan's future', 'Senator Brown defends media inquiry', 'Victoria Police keen for double jeopardy change', 'Church of Scientology denies enslavement allegations'.

Lateline
35:30

Lateline: March 7, 2012

ABC  |  March 7, 2012
Stories include, 'Towns face nervous wait as floodwater rises', 'Forbes prepares for flood peak', 'Australia faces drug shortages: experts', 'Smith defends criticism of ADFA ...

Stories include, 'Towns face nervous wait as floodwater rises', 'Forbes prepares for flood peak', 'Australia faces drug shortages: experts', 'Smith defends criticism of ADFA chief', 'Romney fails to end Republican race', 'Conservatives will back Romney after race: strategist', 'China breaks silence on Tibetan self-immolations' and 'ACTU boss Jeff Lawrence to resign'.

Hungry Beast
28:04

Hungry Beast: Waste

Season 3  |  Episode 4  |  ABC  |  April 13, 2011
Hungry Beast tackles the subject of waste, from nuclear leftovers to missed opportunities, to the brilliant and imaginative uses that human excrement is being put to around ...

Hungry Beast tackles the subject of waste, from nuclear leftovers to missed opportunities, to the brilliant and imaginative uses that human excrement is being put to around the world.

Lateline
36:01

Lateline: February 7, 2011

ABC  |  February 7, 2011
Stories include, 'Bushfires tear through Perth suburbs', 'Emergency warnings downgraded in Perth', 'Qld Government expands disaster reconstruction authority', 'Assange begins ...

Stories include, 'Bushfires tear through Perth suburbs', 'Emergency warnings downgraded in Perth', 'Qld Government expands disaster reconstruction authority', 'Assange begins extradition defence', 'Parliament set to resume', 'Albanese discusses Labor's agenda for Parliament', 'Egypt's anti-government protesters unmoved by proposals'.

Lateline
36:02

Lateline: March 28, 2011

ABC  |  March 28, 2011
Stories include, 'O'Farrell takes NSW in historic landslide', 'Guilty verdict in bridge murder', 'Libyan rebels make rapid advances', 'Radioactive water found at Fukushima', ...

Stories include, 'O'Farrell takes NSW in historic landslide', 'Guilty verdict in bridge murder', 'Libyan rebels make rapid advances', 'Radioactive water found at Fukushima', 'Sartor: Administration lost the plot', 'Government gains independents' support for NBN', 'Thai women resort to home abortions'.

Lateline
34:38

Lateline: February 2, 2011

ABC  |  February 2, 2011
Stories include, 'Record high wave activity off Townsville', 'Innisfail expects full force of Yasi', 'Yasi storm surge likely to inundate coast', 'Cairns may escape worst of ...

Stories include, 'Record high wave activity off Townsville', 'Innisfail expects full force of Yasi', 'Yasi storm surge likely to inundate coast', 'Cairns may escape worst of Cyclone Yasi', 'Coast may see worst-case scenario', 'Thorpe relaunches Olympic ambitions', 'Mubarak will not contest next elections', 'Egypts' future very uncertain'.

Lateline
36:02

Lateline: June 29, 2011

ABC  |  June 29, 2011
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 ...

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'.

Lateline
37:03

Lateline: June 22, 2011

ABC  |  June 22, 2011
Stories include, 'Monckton labels climate change adviser fascist', 'Afghanistan welcomes American draw-down', 'Food lobbyists accused of sabotaging public health', 'We should ...

Stories include, 'Monckton labels climate change adviser fascist', 'Afghanistan welcomes American draw-down', 'Food lobbyists accused of sabotaging public health', 'We should have debate, not insults: Chubb', 'Qantas loses $21m to ash cloud delays', 'Greece protests tougher austerity measures', 'Ulster Volunteer Force blamed for Belfast violence', 'Huntsman announces bid for presidency', 'Post reconciliation novel wins Miles Franklin.

Lateline
41:03

Lateline: February 25, 2011

ABC  |  February 25, 2011
Stories include, '200 still missing in quake-torn Christchurch', 'Carbon tax a conspiracy against the people: Abbott', 'Wong and Hunt debate carbon pricing', 'Fighting ...

Stories include, '200 still missing in quake-torn Christchurch', 'Carbon tax a conspiracy against the people: Abbott', 'Wong and Hunt debate carbon pricing', 'Fighting escalates in Libya', 'International condemnation of Libya grows', 'Libyans fly pre-Gaddafi flag', 'Bodies in Barrels' story told in film', 'Discovery launch marks beginning of the end'.

Lateline
38:16

Lateline: November 24, 2010

ABC  |  November 24, 2010
Stories include, 'New Zealand mourns Pike River miners', 'Mine town feeling it in their guts: vicar', 'USA joins South Korea for military exercises', 'Government wins over ...

Stories include, 'New Zealand mourns Pike River miners', 'Mine town feeling it in their guts: vicar', 'USA joins South Korea for military exercises', 'Government wins over senators to Telstra bill', 'We had to wait for the ACCC: Conroy', 'Bluefin tuna protection increased', 'Report finds Timor Sea oil spill was avoidable'.

Catalyst
27:04

Catalyst: Eureka Prizes/Coral Winners And Losers/Nanopatch/Cargo Scanner/Indigenous Science Education

ABC  |  August 30, 2012
Eureka Prizes for Australian Science; Survival of the fittest on the Great Barrier Reef; Nano alternative to the needle and syringe; Keeping air cargo safe and teaching ...

Eureka Prizes for Australian Science; Survival of the fittest on the Great Barrier Reef; Nano alternative to the needle and syringe; Keeping air cargo safe and teaching science to Indigenous kids.

Lateline
35:25

Lateline: November 9, 2011

ABC  |  November 9, 2011
Stories include, 'Afghan soldier injures three diggers', 'News Ltd changing of the guard as Hartigan resigns', 'Iran accused of working towards nuclear weapons', 'Silvio ...

Stories include, 'Afghan soldier injures three diggers', 'News Ltd changing of the guard as Hartigan resigns', 'Iran accused of working towards nuclear weapons', 'Silvio Berlusconi promises to go', 'Workers picket Baiada poultry plant', 'Ambassador: Afghan attacks "isolated incidents"', 'Reprieve for boy with autism facing deportation' and 'Cyber security a top priority'.

The Project
42:00

The Project: December 21, 2016

Ten  |  December 21, 2016
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 ...

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.

Sunday Night
44:18

Sunday Night: Ambushed/Fear Factor

Seven  |  July 2, 2017
Ambushed Senior Constable Brett Forte was a hero police officer who lived to serve his community and tragically died protecting it. For the first time, his killer's former ...

Ambushed Senior Constable Brett Forte was a hero police officer who lived to serve his community and tragically died protecting it. For the first time, his killer's former partner reveals what triggered Rick 'Mad Dog' Maddison's deadly rampage. Fear Factor Millions of Australians have at least one phobia. It could be a fear of spiders, the dentist or even something as seemingly harmless as a bird. Now, there's a high-tech treatment inspired by - of all things - video games, that could help victims of phobias conquer their fears.

Australian Story
27:01

Australian Story: The Peacemaker

ABC  |  July 3, 2017
As we celebrate NAIDOC Week, Australian Story delves into the largely untold story of Uncle Ossie Cruse, a driving force for Aboriginal rights for more than 50 years. With ...

As we celebrate NAIDOC Week, Australian Story delves into the largely untold story of Uncle Ossie Cruse, a driving force for Aboriginal rights for more than 50 years. With only a primary school education and having lived as an itinerant worker for years, Uncle Ossie stepped into the world of politics after the 1967 referendum, which saw Indigenous Australians counted in the census for the first time. He was a quiet but persistent negotiator with a knack for getting politicians to come to the table and to listen to the concerns of his people. He took his advocacy all the way to the United Nations and became a member of the World Council of Indigenous People.

Sunday Night
43:25

Sunday Night: Hunted: Robert Strange

Seven  |  October 2, 2016
Robert Strange suffers PTSD and recurring nightmares about the day he watched his friend gunned by a money-hungry farmer. Robert and Glen Turner - two environmental compliance ...

Robert Strange suffers PTSD and recurring nightmares about the day he watched his friend gunned by a money-hungry farmer. Robert and Glen Turner - two environmental compliance officers for the department of environment and heritage - were held at gunpoint on a country road for 20 minutes while Ian Turnbull subjected them to a terrifying shooting spree. It wasn't until Glen was shot three times and near death that he lowered the gun, saying 'I'm going home to wait for the police'.

Lateline
28:29

Lateline: July 4, 2017

ABC  |  July 4, 2017
Interview: David Hearst, Middle East Eye David Lipson speaks to editor-in-chief of Middle East Eye David Hearst following Qatar's delivery of a letter of response to a list of ...

Interview: David Hearst, Middle East Eye David Lipson speaks to editor-in-chief of Middle East Eye David Hearst following Qatar's delivery of a letter of response to a list of demands from its Arab neighbours. Going It Alone: Why Thirtysomethings Leave Mainstream Work Turning 30 has traditionally been a time when you start thinking about settling down with a steady job, getting a mortgage and maybe having children. But demographers say they're seeing a growing shift among Australians in that age group, with many young professionals abandoning corporate life. Sarah Whyte reports. Interview: Eddie Izzard, Author David Lipson speaks to actor and comedian Eddie Izzard about his new book, being transgender in Hollywood and his political ambitions.

The Mix
28:29

The Mix: September 11, 2016

ABC  |  September 11, 2016
James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix ...

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix from the best arts reporters and contributors.

The Mix
27:58

The Mix: July 9, 2017

ABC  |  July 9, 2017
James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix ...

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix from the best arts reporters and contributors.

The Project
40:05

The Project: July 24, 2017

TEN  |  July 24, 2017
Join Dr Chris Brown, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar and Steve Price as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Gary ...

Join Dr Chris Brown, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar and Steve Price as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Gary Mehigan and Karlie Verkerk.

Lateline
28:58

Lateline: July 19, 2017

ABC  |  July 19, 2017
Government's Encrypted Data Plans Criticised Security agencies are struggling with the rapid onset of encrypted data online because it allows serious criminals to communicate ...

Government's Encrypted Data Plans Criticised Security agencies are struggling with the rapid onset of encrypted data online because it allows serious criminals to communicate in secret. But the federal government's push to coerce tech companies into providing access is hitting resistance amid fears it could actually lead to more cyber attacks on the public. Political correspondent David Lipson reports. The Suburbs Where Housing Downturn Could Impact Homeowners First In Sydney, house prices have doubled since 2008 - but some property analysts are warning that a correction is looming and housing on the fringe of the city could be the first affected. John Stewart reports. Interview: Brendan Cox Emma Alberici speaks to Brendan Cox, the husband of murdered British MP Jo Cox, about his book on her life and legacy.

Lateline
37:37

Lateline: April 3, 2012

ABC  |  April 3, 2012
Stories include, 'Embattled James Murdoch resigns from BSkyB', 'HSU investigation referred to prosecutors', 'Grimshaw resigns as casino inquiry continues', 'Calls to rethink ...

Stories include, 'Embattled James Murdoch resigns from BSkyB', 'HSU investigation referred to prosecutors', 'Grimshaw resigns as casino inquiry continues', 'Calls to rethink approach to illicit drugs', 'Wong backs independent investigation into HSU', 'Victoria introduces anti-strike laws' and 'Maasai warriors take to the cricket pitch'.

Lateline
34:37

Lateline: June 27, 2011

ABC  |  June 27, 2011
Stories include, 'Philip Morris threatens court over plain packets', 'Prosecutions begin over alleged labour exploitation', 'Smuggled footage exposes impoverished North ...

Stories include, 'Philip Morris threatens court over plain packets', 'Prosecutions begin over alleged labour exploitation', 'Smuggled footage exposes impoverished North Korea', 'Poll shows carbon tax support collapsing', 'Houston defends ADF culture', 'Gaddafi loses support as rebels close in', 'China talks up economic ties with UK'.

Sunday Night
48:35

Sunday Night: Double Crossed/Father and Son/Storm Surfers

Seven  |  August 5, 2012
The story, 'Double crossed', details why Bronwyn Kay Atherton is behind bars. The story, 'Father and Son', features a chat with Elton John, that's both mischievous and ...

The story, 'Double crossed', details why Bronwyn Kay Atherton is behind bars. The story, 'Father and Son', features a chat with Elton John, that's both mischievous and revealing. The story, 'Storm surfers', joins two-time world champion Tom Carroll and big wave legend Ross Clarke-Jones as they risk it all in pursuit of the perfect wave.

Lateline
37:57

Lateline: April 6, 2011

ABC  |  April 6, 2011
Stories include, 'Sex scandal embroils defence academy', 'Grazing trial brought to a close', 'NSW tackles prison population', 'Cigarette plain packaging moves closer', 'Nicola ...

Stories include, 'Sex scandal embroils defence academy', 'Grazing trial brought to a close', 'NSW tackles prison population', 'Cigarette plain packaging moves closer', 'Nicola Roxon joins Lateline', 'Ivory Coast strongman Gbagbo clings on', 'Radioactive fish found off Japan's coast', 'US headed for 'inexcusable' financial shutdown'.

Sunday Night
45:16

Sunday Night: Walsh St/Disaster In Japan/Action Man

Seven  |  March 13, 2011
The story, 'Walsh St', examines one of Australia's most infamous unresolved crimes - Walsh St. The story, 'Disaster in Japan', investigates the disaster in Japan as the ...

The story, 'Walsh St', examines one of Australia's most infamous unresolved crimes - Walsh St. The story, 'Disaster in Japan', investigates the disaster in Japan as the country faced its worst ever earthquake, and a tsunami followed. The story, 'Action man', speaks with Bear Grylls an action man who talks about his passion for the wild, family and his faith.

Lateline
36:54

Lateline: March 26, 2012

ABC  |  March 26, 2012
Stories include, 'Labor analyses Queensland demolition', 'Queensland Labor struggles to regroup', 'ALP lost Qld on the carbon tax: Joyce', 'Huawei blocked from NBN on security ...

Stories include, 'Labor analyses Queensland demolition', 'Queensland Labor struggles to regroup', 'ALP lost Qld on the carbon tax: Joyce', 'Huawei blocked from NBN on security ground', 'Obama challenges North Korea to pursue peace' and 'Obama's health system on trial'.

Sunday Night
47:33

Sunday Night: Frost/Packer/Life with Tourettes/Best Mates, Best Cheats?

Seven  |  September 30, 2012
The story ‘Frost/Packer’ speaks to legendary interviewer Sir David Frost, the story ‘Life with Tourettes’ enters the lives of people living with this most bizarre and ...

The story ‘Frost/Packer’ speaks to legendary interviewer Sir David Frost, the story ‘Life with Tourettes’ enters the lives of people living with this most bizarre and embarrassing syndrome and in ‘Best Mates, Best Cheats?’, Lance Armstrong’s teammate Tyler Hamilton talks about the drugs scandal in cycling.

Sunday Night
44:25

Sunday Night: Save Our Kids/Extreme Waves/Beneath Gallipoli/Food For Thought

Seven  |  September 26, 2010
The story, 'Save our kids', meets a group of Aussie kids who are struggling and looking for a fresh start at life with the help of Youth Insearch. The story, 'Extreme waves', ...

The story, 'Save our kids', meets a group of Aussie kids who are struggling and looking for a fresh start at life with the help of Youth Insearch. The story, 'Extreme waves', heads to Tasmania for some of the biggest, killer waves and meets a group of Aussies who are teaching surfers about the skills they need to survive. The story, 'Beneath Gallipoli', details ninety-five years on, our Aussies are on a hunt to uncover the secrets of Gallipoli. The story, 'Food for thought', investigates Pfizer, one of Australia's most popular baby formulas which fails to mention GM on its packaging.

Lateline
35:53

Lateline: September 16, 2010

ABC  |  September 16, 2010
Stories include, 'Immigration boss pleads for more staff', 'Business spooked by call for carbon tax', 'Former Socceroos captain arrested in Dubai', 'Keelty testifies in Rush's ...

Stories include, 'Immigration boss pleads for more staff', 'Business spooked by call for carbon tax', 'Former Socceroos captain arrested in Dubai', 'Keelty testifies in Rush's last-ditch appeal', 'Police probe claims church covered up abuse', 'Tea Party wins rattle Republicans', 'Tea Party shakes up US elections', 'Pope touches down in Britain', 'Ex-Khmer Rouge leaders face genocide trial'.

Lateline
34:55

Lateline: September 21, 2010

ABC  |  September 21, 2010
Stories include: 'Construction problems plague games', 'Emotional refugee standoff ends', 'RBA flags interest rate rise', 'Digger says tropped "let down" by army', ...

Stories include: 'Construction problems plague games', 'Emotional refugee standoff ends', 'RBA flags interest rate rise', 'Digger says tropped "let down" by army', 'Orientation day in Parliament', 'Negotiations begin on tackling problem gambling' and 'FDA declares GM salmon safe'.

Sunday Night
45:50

Sunday Night: Brothers in Arms/Captain Bridget/The Last Flight

Seven  |  November 7, 2010
The story, 'Brothers in arms', tells an inspiring story about two brothers who share a special bond. Tate Kemp has cerebral palsy, and his big brother Nash, promises to stand ...

The story, 'Brothers in arms', tells an inspiring story about two brothers who share a special bond. Tate Kemp has cerebral palsy, and his big brother Nash, promises to stand by him. The story, 'Captain Bridget', explains the situation of Bridget Clinch a former male soldier, fighting to stay in the army with her wife and two kids by her side. The story, 'The last flight', investigates one of the greatest aviation mysteries - the death of Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith.

Sunday Night
44:58

Sunday Night: AFL School Girl: The Truth/Blue Heaven/Keli's Mystery Man

Seven  |  April 10, 2011
The story, 'AFL school girl: The truth', speaks with the parents of Kim Duthie, the 17-year-old at the centre of the AFL nude photo scandal. The story, 'Blue heaven', explores ...

The story, 'AFL school girl: The truth', speaks with the parents of Kim Duthie, the 17-year-old at the centre of the AFL nude photo scandal. The story, 'Blue heaven', explores a brand new aquatic Garden of Eden off the coast of Sri Lanka, home to the blue whale. The story, 'Keli's mystery man', reveals Keli Lane's mystery lover.

Lateline
37:37

Lateline: May 24, 2011

ABC  |  May 24, 2011
Stories include, 'NATO steps up pressure on Moamar Gaddafi', 'Taliban ambush claims 24th Australian life', 'Obama meets with Queen Elizabeth II', 'UN official questions ...

Stories include, 'NATO steps up pressure on Moamar Gaddafi', 'Taliban ambush claims 24th Australian life', 'Obama meets with Queen Elizabeth II', 'UN official questions legality of Malaysia deal', 'We need rapid decarbonisation: Bandt', 'Republicans need fresh Obama contender', 'Tornado-flattened city braces for more'.

Sunday Night
46:33

Sunday Night: A Soldier's Story/Michael J Fox/Outback Miracle/Brothers In Arms

Seven  |  December 2, 2012
The story, 'A soldier's story', talks with Australia's war hero Ben Roberts-Smith and the extraordinary mission in Afghanistan that led him to be awarded the Victoria Cross. ...

The story, 'A soldier's story', talks with Australia's war hero Ben Roberts-Smith and the extraordinary mission in Afghanistan that led him to be awarded the Victoria Cross. The story, 'Michael J. Fox', details new research driven by Michael J. Fox and Sydney Parkinson's sufferer Clyde Campbell. The story, 'Outback miracle', Julie Young taught first aid in remote communities until a horrific desert car crash. Her former students found her, and remembered all the life-saving techniques she'd taught them. The story, 'Brothers in arms', features an interview with Barry Gibb about the tragic loss of his brother Robin.

Lateline
35:14

Lateline: September 27, 2010

ABC  |  September 27, 2010
Stories include, 'Soldiers charged over deadly Afghan raid', 'Gillard unveils climate change committee', 'Milne takes place on climate committee', 'Australian athletes touch ...

Stories include, 'Soldiers charged over deadly Afghan raid', 'Gillard unveils climate change committee', 'Milne takes place on climate committee', 'Australian athletes touch down in Delhi', 'Settlement row threatens Mid East peace talks', 'US government spending critical voter issue', 'New Labour leader denies leaning to left', 'Pies, Collingwood get another shot at glory'.

Cutting Edge Special
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Cutting Edge Special: Generation Jihad

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  March 28, 2010
Peter Taylor investigates what Britain is doing to counter the threat of violent extremism. In 2010, 140 million pounds will be spent to win the battle for the hearts and ...

Peter Taylor investigates what Britain is doing to counter the threat of violent extremism. In 2010, 140 million pounds will be spent to win the battle for the hearts and minds of young Muslims, but the policy risks alienating many in Britain's Muslim communities.

Sunday Night
44:50

Sunday Night: Sunday Night's Olympic Special

Seven  |  September 12, 2010
The story, 'Sunday Night's Olympic special', celebrates 10 years since the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. The stars of the 2000 games share what they are doing now.

The story, 'Sunday Night's Olympic special', celebrates 10 years since the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. The stars of the 2000 games share what they are doing now.

Lateline
29:34

Lateline: August 24, 2017

ABC  |  August 24, 2017
Trump Threatens US Government Shutdown Another day, another controversy in the White House. It started with the resignation of Donald Trump's science envoy, who hid a strong ...

Trump Threatens US Government Shutdown Another day, another controversy in the White House. It started with the resignation of Donald Trump's science envoy, who hid a strong message on what he thinks of his now former boss. The rift between the president and his own party continues to widen, with Trump threatening a government shutdown over his long-promised border wall with Mexico. Naomi Selvaratnam reports. Interview: Antony Green, ABC Election Analyst Jeremy Fernandez speaks to ABC election analyst Antony Green about today's High Court hearing to set a date for the parliamentary citizenship challenge issue. Chinese Social Media Star Takes Stock Of 'Quirky' Career Path China's passion for the digital age has spawned a new generation of internet celebrities, known as Wang Hongs in Chinese. The lure of the huge Chinese market has caught the eyes of Australians too, hoping for social media success in China. Lin Evlin caught up with one young Sydney woman who has made Beijing home, Amy Lyons. Interview: Thomas Wright, Brookings Institution Jeremy Fernandez speaks to the Brookings Institution's director of the Centre on the US and Europe, Thomas Wright, about the ongoing turmoil within Donald Trump's administration.

Lateline
29:40

Lateline: August 23, 2017

ABC  |  August 23, 2017
Government Accused Of Defying Senate Over Medicinal Cannabis Law Two months after tough import restrictions on medicinal cannabis were overturned to grant access to terminally ...

Government Accused Of Defying Senate Over Medicinal Cannabis Law Two months after tough import restrictions on medicinal cannabis were overturned to grant access to terminally ill patients, it's been revealed the move in the Senate was a failure. Amid claims of threats and intervention by the department of health, the government stands accused of defying the will of parliament. Political correspondent David Lipson reports. Panel: Diane Smith-Gander And Tony Johnson Emma Alberici speaks to the Australian CEO of global accounting firm EY, Tony Johnson, and non-executive director of AGL and Wesfarmers, Diane Smith-Gander, about a new pledge by the nation's business leaders to narrow the gender pay gap. Port Augusta Solar Thermal Plant Cautiously Welcomed By Locals South Australia has the highest unemployment rate in the country. It also has had some well-documented problems with energy reliability, following the closure of the main coal-fired power station at Port Augusta. The state government has announced a $650 million solar thermal plant will be built there, creating hundreds of construction jobs. Reporter Leah MacLennan travelled to Port Augusta to find out what the locals think of the plan.

Sunday Night
45:12

Sunday Night: The Accused: Cassandra Sainsbury/Living The Dream

Seven  |  May 21, 2017
The Accused: Cassandra Sainsbury She's a young Australian locked up in a Colombian prison on drug charges - but Cassie Sainsbury insists she is innocent. Her fiance Scott ...

The Accused: Cassandra Sainsbury She's a young Australian locked up in a Colombian prison on drug charges - but Cassie Sainsbury insists she is innocent. Her fiance Scott Broadbridge reveals all exclusively to Sunday Night. He exposes the Australians who lured her into danger, the mystery man behind the disastrous cocaine plot, and the bust itself in Cassie's own words. Sainsbury was arrested at Bogota's El Dorado International Airport on April 11 after 5.8kg of cocaine was allegedly found in her luggage. The 22-year-old South Australian is facing 20 years behind bars while Sainsbury and Broadbridge had planned to be married in February next year. But regardless of what happens at her upcoming trial, Scott has vowed to stand by her. Buying The Dream: Chinese Homebuyers In Australia They're young, rich and here to spend. Mega-rich Chinese investors are building an empire in our backyard. But what is it doing to our property market? Meet the new Chinese buyers taking over the Australian real estate market. They're young, they've got money - and they aren't afraid to spend it. "We say limited English, unlimited bank accounts," Melbourne realtor Tim Heavyside told Alex Cullen in an interview for Sunday Night. Foreign investors are snapping up properties around the country, but no city is more appealing to buyers than Melbourne. Last year nearly a quarter of new homes in Victoria were sold to overseas buyers - more than any other state in Australia. But as many as 20 percent of those properties are being left empty and Chinese investment is putting upward pressure on prices in our big cities.

The Project
39:07

The Project: May 29, 2017

Ten  |  May 29, 2017
With guest Bernard Fanning, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on the Paris climate agreement, live-streaming a birth, Indigenous reconciliation, and deaths in aged care.

With guest Bernard Fanning, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on the Paris climate agreement, live-streaming a birth, Indigenous reconciliation, and deaths in aged care.

The Project
43:17

The Project: May 25, 2017

Ten  |  May 25, 2017
With guest Ryan Adams, and co-host Steve Price, we discuss the latest on the Manchester attack, missing children, those who lost out on the Bitcoin boom, plus Tommy brings you ...

With guest Ryan Adams, and co-host Steve Price, we discuss the latest on the Manchester attack, missing children, those who lost out on the Bitcoin boom, plus Tommy brings you Tea Time with Tommy!

The Project
34:24

The Project: July 31, 2017

TEN  |  July 31, 2017
With guests Zara Larsson, Gideon Haigh, Greg Barton and Joan from Survivor, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on Sydney terror plot, vale Les Murray, cricket pay ...

With guests Zara Larsson, Gideon Haigh, Greg Barton and Joan from Survivor, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on Sydney terror plot, vale Les Murray, cricket pay dispute, and the illegal organ trade.

The Project
42:17

The Project: September 14, 2017

TEN  |  September 14, 2017
Join Waleed Aly, Tarsh Belling, Pete Helliar and Fitzy as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guest: Megan Washington.

Join Waleed Aly, Tarsh Belling, Pete Helliar and Fitzy as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guest: Megan Washington.

Lateline
28:02

Lateline: September 15, 2017

ABC  |  September 15, 2017
Interview: Nick Dole, London Reporter Matt Wordsworth speaks to reporter Nick Dole about the explosion on a tube train in south-west London. Chatline: Your Week In Review Now ...

Interview: Nick Dole, London Reporter Matt Wordsworth speaks to reporter Nick Dole about the explosion on a tube train in south-west London. Chatline: Your Week In Review Now it's time to hear what you had to say about some of Lateline's stories this week. Here's Jamie Cummins with Chatline. Late Debate: Arthur Sinodinos And Anthony Albanese Matt Wordsworth speaks to industry minister Arthur Sinodinos and shadow infrastructure minister Anthony Albanese about the week in federal politics, including Australia's energy future and the issue of same-sex marriage.

The Project
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The Project: June 8, 2017

TEN  |  June 8, 2017
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar and Julia Zemiro as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Alan ...

Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar and Julia Zemiro as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Alan Cumming and Michael Hooper.

The Mix
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The Mix: June 11, 2017

ABC  |  June 11, 2017
James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix ...

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix from the best arts reporters and contributors.

Lateline
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Lateline: August 11, 2017

ABC  |  August 11, 2017
Chatline: Your Week In Review Now it's time to hear what you had to say about some of Lateline's major stories this week. Here's Jamie Cummins with Chatline. Could A Robot ...

Chatline: Your Week In Review Now it's time to hear what you had to say about some of Lateline's major stories this week. Here's Jamie Cummins with Chatline. Could A Robot Become The Next Pablo Picasso? This week we looked at the increasing role of artifical intelligence in society. But can a machine ever be imaginative or creative? Lateline's Tierney Bonini reports. Late Debate: Arthur Sinodinos and Jim Chalmers David Lipson speaks to industry, innovation and science minister Arthur Sinodinos and shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers about the escalation in tensions between North Korea and the US, the upcoming same-sex marriage plebiscite and Lateline's AI week.

Lateline
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Lateline: October 17, 2017

ABC  |  October 17, 2017
Interview: Lauren Duca Emma Alberici speaks to journalist Lauren Duca about her widely shared column accusing US President Donald Trump of 'gaslighting' America, and the ...

Interview: Lauren Duca Emma Alberici speaks to journalist Lauren Duca about her widely shared column accusing US President Donald Trump of 'gaslighting' America, and the growing list of alleged victims of abuse at the hands of Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. Interview: Kerry Schott Emma Alberici speaks to Chair of the Energy Security Board, Kerry Schott, about the government's announcement of its long-awaited energy policy. National Energy Guarantee Announced In Energy Shakeup The launch of the government's national energy guarantee presents one of the greatest challenges for the Coalition government. In order to secure the changes, Malcolm Turnbull must win over the states and public. His new plan promises to cut power bills while meeting the country's emissions reduction targets. Political correspondent Matt Wordsworth explains how the National Energy Guarantee will work.

Lateline
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Lateline: October 19, 2017

ABC  |  October 19, 2017
Interview: Jenna Lynch, Political Reporter Emma Alberici speaks to political reporter for New Zealand's Newshub, Jenna Lynch, about the announcement that Jacinda Ardern will ...

Interview: Jenna Lynch, Political Reporter Emma Alberici speaks to political reporter for New Zealand's Newshub, Jenna Lynch, about the announcement that Jacinda Ardern will be New Zealand's next prime minister. Labor Plays Up Carbon Price Fears Over New Energy Policy The most toxic debate in federal politics in the past decade has undoubtedly been over climate change. In the process, some words have become almost too dangerous to say out loud, especially the combination of "carbon" and "price." Now with the federal government launching a new energy plan, Labor is trying to invoke those words to cause trouble for the prime minister. Political correspondent Matt Wordsworth reports. Interview: President Of Ireland Michael D Higgins Emma Alberici speaks to Irish President Michael D Higgins about globalisation in the age of Brexit and Donald Trump's presidency as well as his country's experience with same-sex marriage. Slam Poets Battle To Take Out Championship The Australian Poetry Slam is a yearly competition where the nation's mightiest wordsmiths face off in a battle of epic proportions to be crowned champion. Lin Evlin went along and met some of the rising stars

The Project
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The Project: October 20, 2017

TEN  |  October 20, 2017
With co-hosts Lehmo and Meshel, and special guests Sam Simmons and Blake from The Bachelorette, we discuss Jill Hennessy's explicit text, closer scrutiny on private tutors, ...

With co-hosts Lehmo and Meshel, and special guests Sam Simmons and Blake from The Bachelorette, we discuss Jill Hennessy's explicit text, closer scrutiny on private tutors, smash therapy, and the last Aussie Holden.

Lateline
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Lateline: October 25, 2017

ABC  |  October 25, 2017
Trump Confidant Says President Doesn't Need Republican Support Emma Alberici speaks to American political adviser and Donald Trump's confidant Roger Stone about the divide ...

Trump Confidant Says President Doesn't Need Republican Support Emma Alberici speaks to American political adviser and Donald Trump's confidant Roger Stone about the divide within the US Republican party and the upcoming release of government files on the 1963 assassination of president John F Kennedy. Cash Staffer Admits To AWU Raids Tip-off The raid on the Australian Workers' Union has claimed its first scalp - but it's not a union official or any direct target of the investigation. A staff member of employment minister Michaelia Cash has instead resigned, admitting he tipped off media to the raid so their cameras could capture the event. More than 30 federal police conducted the search warrant on offices of the AWU yesterday. Political correspondent Matt Wordsworth reports. The Future Of Minister Cash Amid AWU Debacle Emma Alberici speaks to political correspondent Matt Wordsworth about the latest in the unfolding debacle engulfing the government over the Australian Workers' Union raids. Dreyfus Accuses Cash Of Misleading Parliament Emma Alberici speaks to shadow attorney-general Mark Dreyfus about the resignation of Michaelia Cash's staffer after admitting he leaked information to the media about the Australian Federal Police raids on the Australian Workers' Union.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Survive/More Of Me

Seven  |  October 29, 2017
Survive Michelle Small and her son Dylan Deane were lost in the wilderness of Mt Royal National Park in the Hunter Valley for 10 days. No food, no water and even less hope. ...

Survive Michelle Small and her son Dylan Deane were lost in the wilderness of Mt Royal National Park in the Hunter Valley for 10 days. No food, no water and even less hope. What nine-year-old Dylan saw on a Bear Grylls TV show literally saved their lives. More Of Me Meet the top Aussie model taking on body shamers. La'Tecia Thomas says she's not worried about what other people think, but doctors say her message - and the message of the entire plus-size modelling industry - is deadly. Even as bad as smoking.

The Project
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The Project: November 15, 2017

TEN  |  November 15, 2017
Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Pete Helliar and Gretel Killeen as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Austin ...

Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Pete Helliar and Gretel Killeen as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Austin Robertson and Magda Szubanski.

Lateline
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Lateline: November 22, 2017

ABC  |  November 22, 2017
Children Hospitalised By Toxic Water Lateline speaks with a former senior manager of the Murray Darling Basin Authority, who quit because of what she describes as the ...

Children Hospitalised By Toxic Water Lateline speaks with a former senior manager of the Murray Darling Basin Authority, who quit because of what she describes as the wholesale "perversion" of the scheme's intent. Families near Broken Hill share their stories about having to travel 200km for a shower, after their children became sick from toxic water. Kerry Brewster reports. Nick Xenophon Team Senator Resigns Over Citizenship Crisis South Australian senator Skye Kakoschke-Moore has announced she will resign from the Senate after she discovered she British citizenship through her mother. Emma Alberici speaks with former senator Nick Xenophon. NSW Minister Denies Wrongdoing In Murray Darling Basin Plan The South Australian government is threatening its own royal commission into allegations of water theft and mismanagement of the $13 billion scheme. Emma Alberici spoke with NSW minister for regional water, Niall Blair. War Crimes Verdict Imminent For Butcher Of Bosnia A UN war crimes tribunal is preparing to hand down the long-awaited verdict on the former commander of the Bosnian Serb Army, Ratko Mladic. There are 11 charges against him, including two counts of genocide and five of crimes against humanity, as Europe correspondent Steve Cannane reports from Srebrenica. This story contains distressing images.

Lateline
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Lateline: November 23, 2017

ABC  |  November 23, 2017
Bangladesh Refugee Camp Doctors Urge Rohingyas To Use Contraception More than 600,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees have fled Rakhine state, mostly to neighbouring Bangladesh. Now ...

Bangladesh Refugee Camp Doctors Urge Rohingyas To Use Contraception More than 600,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees have fled Rakhine state, mostly to neighbouring Bangladesh. Now one of the challenges for aid agencies is to stop the population from growing further. But many of the refugees don't believe in using contraception, as South Asia correspondent James Bennett reports from the Balukhali refugee camp. 'Huge Moral Victory' In Case Of Pike River Mine Disaster New Zealand's Supreme Court rules that a deal that saw charges against the former CEO of the Pike River Mine dropped in return for a payout, was unlawful. A Quarter Of Refugee Women In Cox's Bazar Pregnant Or Breastfeeding Oxfam Australia CEO Helen Szoke has recently returned from the makeshift refugee camp at Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh. She spoke with Emma Alberici. Darling River Residents Say Pipeline Would Be Death Knell For River The dire water crisis facing the Darling River has prompted the NSW government to commit $500 billion to build a pipeline to Broken Hill. But many residents oppose the plan, saying it will be a death knell for the river, as Kerry Brewster reports.

Lateline
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Lateline: November 28, 2017

ABC  |  November 28, 2017
The Gay Man With Jewish Heritage Who Became A Neo-Nazi Since 2016, Britain has outlawed three white supremacist groups. But anti-fascist campaigners are warning the threat ...

The Gay Man With Jewish Heritage Who Became A Neo-Nazi Since 2016, Britain has outlawed three white supremacist groups. But anti-fascist campaigners are warning the threat posed by the far-right movement is still real. Europe correspondent James Glenday spoke to a former neo-Nazi who's renounced his commitment to extreme nationalism, revealing he's gay and has Jewish heritage. Housing Affordability Crisis Threatens Older Australians A new report shows many older Australians are increasingly at risk of becoming homeless and spending more than half their pension and savings on rent. Seniors advocates are warning it's the beginning of a community crisis in Australia. Sarah Farnsworth reports. PM Not Budging On Banking Royal Commission Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is refusing to support calls from within the Coalition to launch an inquiry into the banks, even as it looks increasingly likely with support from Labor and the crossbench. The Nationals are intent on discussing the proposal at next week's party room meeting. Political correspondent Matt Wordsworth speaks with Emma Alberici. Labor Opposes Long List Of Amendments To Same-sex Marriage Bill Emma Alberici spoke with shadow attorney-general Mark Dreyfus about the latest progress on the same sex marriage bill and religious freedom protections, as well as Labor's support for a royal commission into the banking sector.

Lateline
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Lateline: November 29, 2017

ABC  |  November 29, 2017
Senate Passes Historic Same-sex Marriage Bill Joyous scenes erupted in the Senate today with the historic passage of the bill to legalise same-sex marriage. But the process ...

Senate Passes Historic Same-sex Marriage Bill Joyous scenes erupted in the Senate today with the historic passage of the bill to legalise same-sex marriage. But the process won't be complete until it's approved by the House of Representatives - this week's sitting was cancelled by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Political correspondent Matt Wordsworth reports. Dastyari 'Serial Offender': Brandis Emma Alberici speaks to Attorney-General George Brandis about the historic passage of a same-sex marriage bill through the Senate and the latest scandal engulfing Labor Senator Sam Dastyari. Sydney Priest Visits Manus Island To Meet Asylum Seekers For most Australians, Manus Island is a place they will read or hear about but never visit. During the standoff at the decommissioned detention centre, one parish priest from Sydney's inner-west decided he wanted to see the situation for himself. Kyle Taylor produced this report, which includes video supplied by GetUp! and ACFID. The Role Of Religious Groups In The Asylum Seeker Debate Emma Alberici speaks to chief advocate of World Vision Australia and Baptist minister, Rev Tim Costello, and Anglican minister and research fellow at the Centre for Independent Studies, Rev Peter Kurti, about the ongoing situation on Manus Island and the role of religious groups in the asylum seeker debate.

Lateline
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Lateline: October 31, 2017

ABC  |  October 31, 2017
Efforts To Snare Rape Confessions Traumatise Survivors Reporting a sexual assault can be a traumatic experience. Complainants have to be prepared to undergo a medical ...

Efforts To Snare Rape Confessions Traumatise Survivors Reporting a sexual assault can be a traumatic experience. Complainants have to be prepared to undergo a medical examination and often reveal intimate details of their life. An investigation by Lateline has found increasingly, those who come forward are being asked to confront their alleged attacker in taped phone conversations in order to try and coerce a confession out of them. Some experts are warning the technique, known as pretext calling, could further traumatise victims. Naomi Selvaratnam produced this report. Nick Mckim Warns Of 'Grim' Conditions On Manus Island As Detention Centre Closes Emma Alberici speaks to Greens Senator Nick McKim about the closure of the Manus Island detention centre and the future for the asylum seekers left behind Lawyer Accuses Government Of Depriving Manus Detainees Of 'Fundamental Human Rights' Emma Alberici speaks to lawyer Greg Barns about the unfolding situation on Manus Island and his legal bid to prevent the closure of the Manus Island detention centre. Craig Kelly Calls For 'Full Audit' Amid Ongoing Citizenship Saga Emma Alberici speaks to Liberal MP Craig Kelly about the revelation that Liberal Senator Stephen Parry may hold dual British citizenship.

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