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The Project
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The Project: September 29, 2017

TEN  |  September 29, 2017
Join Waleed Aly, Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo and Zoe Marshall as they chat about Macklemore, snake season, robo calls and the weekend's grand finals!

Join Waleed Aly, Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo and Zoe Marshall as they chat about Macklemore, snake season, robo calls and the weekend's grand finals!

The Project
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The Project: October 30, 2017

TEN  |  October 30, 2017
Join Hamish MacDonald, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar and Steve Price as they dissect the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guest: Tony Martin, Dustin Perry and ...

Join Hamish MacDonald, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar and Steve Price as they dissect the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guest: Tony Martin, Dustin Perry and Twiggy Forrest.

Lateline
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Lateline: October 18, 2017

ABC  |  October 18, 2017
Raqqa Reclaimed: What Now For Islamic State In Syria? After more than four years under the rule of the so-called Islamic State, the Syrian city of Raqqa is almost free. The ...

Raqqa Reclaimed: What Now For Islamic State In Syria? After more than four years under the rule of the so-called Islamic State, the Syrian city of Raqqa is almost free. The terrorist group is a diminished force, but it is still fighting in other parts of the country. Michael Vincent reports. Interview: Vanessa Cramond Emma Alberici speaks to medical emergency manager in Syria for Medecins Sans Frontieres, Vanessa Cramond, about the ongoing humanitarian situation in Raqqa. Foreign Fighters Face Uncertain Fate After Fall Of Raqqa Several hundred foreign fighters face an uncertain fate in the wake of the fall of Raqqa. The greater question of who will conrol areas of Syria and Iraq that Islamic State once held also needs to be answered, in the aftermath of the Iraqi government retaking Kirkuk from the Kurds. Michael Vincent reports. Interview: Martin Chulov Emma Alberici speaks to journalist Martin Chulov, who covers the Middle East for the Guardian, about the unfolding situation in Raqqa. Interview: Mitch Fifield Emma Alberici speaks to communications minister Mitch Fifield about the record number of complaints about the NBN received by the telecommunications ombudsman.

Lateline
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Lateline: October 23, 2017

ABC  |  October 23, 2017
Interview: Matt Wordsworth Jeremy Fernandez speaks to political correspondent Matt Wordsworth about growing criticism of the National Broadband Network and today's Senate ...

Interview: Matt Wordsworth Jeremy Fernandez speaks to political correspondent Matt Wordsworth about growing criticism of the National Broadband Network and today's Senate Estimates hearing, which included debate over Operation Sovereign Borders. Interview: Matt Jones Jeremy Fernandez speaks to CEO of telco OVO Matt Jones about the NBN and the alternatives to fixed broadband. Ugandan Survivors Of Kony Era Rebuild After Years Of Terror The people of northern Uganda are rebuilding their lives after decades of terror from rebel leader Joseph Kony and his Lord's Resistance Army. Thousands of people were killed, children were abducted and more than 1.7 million were forced to flee their homes. Africa correspondent Sally Sara reports from Gulu. Interview: Kenneth Branagh, Director Jeremy Fernandez speaks to acclaimed actor and director Kenneth Branagh about the Harvey Weinstein scandal and playing detective Hercule Poirot in the new version of the Agatha Christie classic, Murder On The Orient Express.

Lateline
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Lateline: October 11, 2017

ABC  |  October 11, 2017
Filipino Performance Artist On National Identity Lateline's Ginny Stein goes on a walking tour with Filipino performance artist Carlos Celdran. The tour explores the complex ...

Filipino Performance Artist On National Identity Lateline's Ginny Stein goes on a walking tour with Filipino performance artist Carlos Celdran. The tour explores the complex history of the Philippines. Interview: Jennifer Westacott Emma Alberici speaks with the chief executive of the Business Council of Australia, Jennifer Westacott, about her vision for the future of Australia's education system and what a company tax cut could mean for wages growth. Business Leaders Call Energy Policy Certainty Lateline's Matt Wordsworth speaks with business leaders about the future of Australia's energy policy. Some industry executives believe that home battery storage could produce up to half of Australia's energy needs. And a new app promises to regulate home energy use and storage.

Lateline
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Lateline: July 5, 2017

ABC  |  July 5, 2017
Coronial Inquest Announced Into Glen Turner Murder A coronial inquest has been announced into the murder of environment officer Glen Turner, which his family hopes will reveal ...

Coronial Inquest Announced Into Glen Turner Murder A coronial inquest has been announced into the murder of environment officer Glen Turner, which his family hopes will reveal the circumstances that led to a land holder gunning down the father of two in 2014 in north-west New South Wales. Kerry Brewster reports. Interview: Evans Revere, Brookings Institution Asia Expert David Lipson speaks to former deputy chief of mission at the US embassy in South Korea and Asia expert at the Brookings Institution Evans Revere, about the rapidly escalating tensions on the Korean Peninsula, and the recent death of American student Otto Warmbier after being jailed in North Korea. Interview: Greens Senator Scott Ludlam David Lipson speaks to Greens Senator Scott Ludlam about talks currently underway in New York to negotiate the terms of a treaty banning nuclear weapons.

Lateline
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Lateline: June 21, 2017

ABC  |  June 21, 2017
Interview: David Lipson, Political Correspondent Lateline's David Lipson talks to Emma Alberici about the federal government's negotiations to get its Gonski 2.0 funding ...

Interview: David Lipson, Political Correspondent Lateline's David Lipson talks to Emma Alberici about the federal government's negotiations to get its Gonski 2.0 funding package for school education through the senate. Interview: Meredith Peace, Australian Education Union Emma Alberici talks to the Australian Education Union's Victorian Branch President Meredith Peace about negotiations in the senate over the federal government's Gonski legislation. Interview: Former High Court Judge Michael Kirby Former High Court judge Michael Kirby talks about the death of American university student, Otto Warmbier, and North Korea's Human Rights record. He says that many North Koreans live in fear of persecution and imprisonment. Kirby says that despite the failure to bring change to the country he remains optimistic the regime will one day open up to the rest of the world. Should Seniors Be Locked Inside Aged-care Facilities? Norman Hermant examines the practice of locking the elderly inside Australian nursing homes. Many aged-care facilities lock residents inside for their safety and security. However, researchers say there is no data to support such a widespread practice and locking the elderly inside nursing homes could be doing them harm.

The Weekly With Charlie Pickering
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The Weekly With Charlie Pickering

ABC  |  April 26, 2017
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 ...

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.

The Project
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The Project: May 12, 2017

Ten  |  May 12, 2017
Join Hamish MacDonald, Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo and Meshel Laurie as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Jamie Oliver ...

Join Hamish MacDonald, Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo and Meshel Laurie as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Jamie Oliver and Miranda Tapsell.

The Mix
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The Mix: October 2, 2016

ABC  |  October 2, 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
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The Mix: October 16, 2016

ABC  |  October 16, 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.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: The Flow On Effect

ABC  |  September 12, 2016
Cedar Anderson and his father Stuart were living off the smell of an oily rag in the hills behind Byron Bay when they invented a revolutionary new beehive. When Australian ...

Cedar Anderson and his father Stuart were living off the smell of an oily rag in the hills behind Byron Bay when they invented a revolutionary new beehive. When Australian Story first met the pair a year ago, a spectacularly successful crowdfunding campaign had turned them into millionaires virtually overnight. It also left them with 25,000 orders to fill from around the world. To add to the pressure, Cedar and his partner Kylie had just given birth to their first child. From tinkering together in a shed, Cedar and Stuart are now running a complex international company. In the past year their staff has grown to 35, three factories and seven warehouses around the world are fulfilling orders, and their invention was awarded the most prestigious prize at Australia's Good Design Awards. Australian Story revisited the Andersons to see how the success of their company has changed their lives.

Lateline
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Lateline: September 21, 2017

ABC  |  September 21, 2017
German Election: Will Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan Swing Any Votes? Germany's election campaign has been notable for the ongoing spat between German politicians and ...

German Election: Will Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan Swing Any Votes? Germany's election campaign has been notable for the ongoing spat between German politicians and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The relationship between Turkey and Germany has rapidly deteriorated over the past 18 months, shining a spotlight on the 3 million or so people of Turkish descent who call Germany home. Europe Correspondent James Glenday reports. Interview: Paul Hockenos, Writer And Political Analyst Emma Alberici speaks to Berlin-based writer and political analyst Paul Hockenos about the upcoming German election. Philippines Catholic Church Joins Growing Chorus Of Opposition To War On Drugs The Catholic Church is finally finding its voice in speaking out against a state-sanctioned war on drugs, which has claimed the lives of thousands. Initially slow to respond, church leaders now acknowledge they are facing a moral crisis. Ginny Stein travelled to Manila to film this report.

Lateline
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Lateline: October 5, 2017

ABC  |  October 5, 2017
UK PM battles coughing fit and comedian in shambolic speech It's hard to imagine what more could have gone wrong with UK Prime Minister Theresa May's address to her ...

UK PM battles coughing fit and comedian in shambolic speech It's hard to imagine what more could have gone wrong with UK Prime Minister Theresa May's address to her conservative party congress. Theresa May coughed her way through the hour-long speech, but also had to deal with a prankster and even signage falling down behind her. Barbara Miller reports. Interview: Peter Mandelson Emma Alberici speaks to former EU Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson about the ongoing instability in British politics, Brexit, and Australia's same-sex marriage postal survey.

Lateline
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Lateline: August 29, 2017

ABC  |  August 29, 2017
Interview: Evans Revere, Brookings Institution Emma Alberici speaks to Evans Revere from the Brookings Institution. He's a former deputy chief of mission at the US embassy in ...

Interview: Evans Revere, Brookings Institution Emma Alberici speaks to Evans Revere from the Brookings Institution. He's a former deputy chief of mission at the US embassy in South Korea. Interview: Maria Ressa, Rappler Founder Lateline's Ginny Stein speaks to Filipino journalist and Rappler founder Maria Ressa about news and the power of social media in the Duterte era. Inside The House Of Dior: A Model's Memories An exhibition celebrating the work of French fashion legend Christian Dior has opened at the National Gallery of Victoria this week. Lateline's Emily Stewart caught up with Svetlana Lloyd, who worked for the designer as a house model in his Paris showroom in the 1950s. International Condemnation Of North Korea's Ballistic Missile Over Japan North Korea has described US joint military exercises with allies including Australia as a show of hostility which justifies tough counter measures, just hours after launching a missile test over Japan.

The Project
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The Project: April 19, 2017

Ten  |  April 19, 2017
Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Pete Helliar and Gretel Killeen they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guest: Romesh ...

Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Pete Helliar and Gretel Killeen they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guest: Romesh Ranganathan.

Lateline
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Lateline: August 10, 2017

ABC  |  August 10, 2017
Interview: David Lipson, Political Correspondent Emma Alberici speaks to political correspondent David Lipson about Labor's decision to join the 'yes' campaign for same-sex ...

Interview: David Lipson, Political Correspondent Emma Alberici speaks to political correspondent David Lipson about Labor's decision to join the 'yes' campaign for same-sex marriage as well as a High Court challenge to the legitimacy of the upcoming plebiscite on the issue. Interview: Andrew Leigh, Shadow Assistant Treasurer Emma Alberici speaks to shadow assistant treasurer and shadow minister for competition and productivity Andrew Leigh about his party's decision to join the 'yes' campaign in favour of same-sex marriage. Interview: Dr Cathy O'Neil And Professor James Arvanitakis Emma Alberici speaks to mathematician Dr Cathy O'Neil and Western Sydney University sociologist Professor James Arvanitakis about the impact that AI will have on the future of democracy. Scientists Uncover Secret Language Of Australia's Smallest Marsupials A big mystery over one of Australia's smallest marsupials has been solved. Until now no one has known how Feathertail Gliders communicate with each other because no-one has ever heard them make a sound. Kerry Brewster reports on how one curious PhD science student figured it out.

The Project
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The Project: August 22, 2017

TEN  |  August 22, 2017
With guests Osamah Sami, Christian Porter, Linda Burney and Jacqui from Survivor and guest host Fifi Box. Plus stories on welfare drug tests, killer robots, recognising ...

With guests Osamah Sami, Christian Porter, Linda Burney and Jacqui from Survivor and guest host Fifi Box. Plus stories on welfare drug tests, killer robots, recognising Aboriginal history and how well we know our neighbours.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: The Strong Man

ABC  |  August 21, 2017
Australian Federal Police Commander Grant Edwards was once Australia's strongest man. He was able to pull massive locomotives, aeroplanes and semi-trailers with his brute ...

Australian Federal Police Commander Grant Edwards was once Australia's strongest man. He was able to pull massive locomotives, aeroplanes and semi-trailers with his brute strength. But no amount of physical power could protect him from psychological injury. Grant was at the coalface of the AFP's most difficult work, heading up a team investigating child exploitation. The thousands of images and videos he was exposed to took their toll. But as one of those charged with protecting society, he'd always been taught to harden up, close those boxes in the mind and move on. After a highly charged year training police in Afghanistan, things began to unravel. It took a breakdown for Grant to understand he was injured in ways not seen by the naked eye. After the suicide of an AFP colleague, he decided to go public with his own struggles, becoming a lightning rod for change inside the AFP. Now Commander of the Americas, Grant is on a mission to remove the stigma of mental health not just in policing, but society-wide.

The Project
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The Project: August 16, 2017

TEN  |  August 16, 2017
With guests Paul Kelly, Idris Elba, Matthew McConaughey and Steve Price, plus guest host Gretal Killeen, and stories on Donald Trump and Charlottesville, record flu season, ...

With guests Paul Kelly, Idris Elba, Matthew McConaughey and Steve Price, plus guest host Gretal Killeen, and stories on Donald Trump and Charlottesville, record flu season, Australia Day council fight, and cheap engagement rings.

The Project
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The Project: August 25, 2017

TEN  |  August 25, 2017
Join Waleed Aly, Gorgi Coghlan, Anthony 'Lehmo' Lehmann and Meshel Laurie as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics.

Join Waleed Aly, Gorgi Coghlan, Anthony 'Lehmo' Lehmann and Meshel Laurie as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics.

The Sunday Project
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The Sunday Project

TEN  |  September 3, 2017
Join Dr Chris Brown, Natarsha Belling, Rove McManus, Rachel Corbett and Tim Blackwell as they discuss the flu outbreak, daycare strike, Lehmo's little legends, and special ...

Join Dr Chris Brown, Natarsha Belling, Rove McManus, Rachel Corbett and Tim Blackwell as they discuss the flu outbreak, daycare strike, Lehmo's little legends, and special guest Ricki-Lee.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Derek Percy’s Web of Evil/The Outback Wrangler/Aussie Cheerleaders Flying High

Seven  |  October 2, 2011
Described by prison guards as Australia's Hannibal Lecter, Derek Ernest Percy has been behind bars for more than 40 years, even though he's never been convicted of a crime. ...

Described by prison guards as Australia's Hannibal Lecter, Derek Ernest Percy has been behind bars for more than 40 years, even though he's never been convicted of a crime. This chilling investigation uncovers new evidence and witnesses that link him to the scene of Australia's most infamous unsolved crimes. Then, chopper pilot and dangerous animal wrangler Matthew Wright has spent his life in the great outdoors, drawn to the creatures that most people dread. Matt's motto is 'any animal, anywhere, anytime'. Guest reporter Samantha Armytage catches up with Matt just before the launch of his new TV show. Then, Tony Squires takes you on an emotional roller -coaster ride as a bunch of starry-eyed hopefuls from Sydney take on the world at The World Cheerleading Championships , competing against 8000 athletes and 380 teams from around the world.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: My Dad Don/Punk To Hero/Yoko and John

Seven  |  November 3, 2013
The story, 'My dad don', Chris Bath presents a very special report about her father Don who suffered a massive stroke in 2009. The story, 'Punk to hero', a teenage tear away, ...

The story, 'My dad don', Chris Bath presents a very special report about her father Don who suffered a massive stroke in 2009. The story, 'Punk to hero', a teenage tear away, Mark Donaldson's life changed forever following the tragic disappearance of his beloved mum when he was 19. Now, he's an Australian hero, becoming the first person awarded the Victoria Cross medal for Australia for his bravery serving the armed forces. The story, 'Yoko and John', speaks with Yoko Ono, feisty, fiercely intelligent and always outspoken, the 80-year-old art-rock icon sits down for a life-spanning chat.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Hitchhiker Murder/Miranda Kerr

Seven  |  May 4, 2014
It was 1972, two university students left Melbourne with a plan to hitchhike to Far North Queensland. But they never made it. This cold case has remained unsolved for more ...

It was 1972, two university students left Melbourne with a plan to hitchhike to Far North Queensland. But they never made it. This cold case has remained unsolved for more than four decades. Reporter Alex Cullen meets one detective who is determined to finally put the case to rest. Then, we meet the man who has built the largest refugee camp in history to house the flood of Syrians crossing the border to Jordan. Then, she's conquered the globe as a top supermodel and businesswoman, but now Miranda Kerr's latest project has everybody talking.

Behind the News
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Behind the News: Voting Age Experiment/Australia's Population/Kids Contribute Survey/Plastic Campaign/Record Message

ABC ME  |  March 12, 2018
Voting Age Experiment Our next 'Ask a Reporter' topic In Australia, no one can vote in an election until they turn 18. But what would happen if that age was lowered? That's ...

Voting Age Experiment Our next 'Ask a Reporter' topic In Australia, no one can vote in an election until they turn 18. But what would happen if that age was lowered? That's something that South Australia's Commissioner for Children and Young People is aiming to test during the upcoming state election there. The group are asking school students aged 16 and 17 to vote, before adding those unofficial results to real ones to see what effect it would have had. Australia's Population - a BTN two part special Over the next two weeks, BTN will join the rest of the ABC in taking a special look at Australia's population. In the first of our two part special, we're going to take a look back at our long journey to 24 million people. We'll follow that with an investigation into where our population is headed and the debate around whether that growth is good. BTN's Kids Contribute Survey How much good do Australian kids do in their homes, schools and communities? That's exactly what we want to find out with the first ever BTN Kids Contribute Survey. Watch our story all about a young volunteer - and then jump online to fill in our short survey about all the things you do for others. Plastic Campaign Meet a 12-year old on a mission to reduce the amount of plastic in our oceans. Arlian has been dubbed the 'plastic-free boy' and he hopes to inspire kids around the country with his own documentary, 'Plastic Alarm'. Record Message The world's oldest message in a bottle has been discovered in Western Australia, 132 years after it was dropped in the ocean. It's an incredible find - and it's telling historians a more than you might expect.

Behind the News
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Behind the News: March 27, 2018

ABC ME  |  March 26, 2018
NSW and Victoria Bushfires A closer look at the bushfires that hit Victoria and New South Wales last weekend. Here's an update on where things are at now and what help is ...

NSW and Victoria Bushfires A closer look at the bushfires that hit Victoria and New South Wales last weekend. Here's an update on where things are at now and what help is still needed. What is the Commonwealth? The Commonwealth Games are just around the corner and this time the Gold Coast is hosting right here in Aus! Athletes will soon be arriving from around the world. But who decides which countries are actually invited? Voting Age Experiment Results As voters around South Australia went to the polls for the 2018 state election, hundreds of 16- and 17-year-olds were having their say as well. We told you all about it a few weeks back. But now, the results of this unique experiment are in. Mars Class Have you ever wanted to go to Mars? Well one group of high school kids get to go there every Thursday morning. Well, kind of. Easter Bilbies You probably remember seeing a lot of chocolate eggs, hot cross buns and tasty bunnies in shops leading up to Easter. But did you know, there's an Easter symbol that's a little more local - the bilby. I went to meet this threatened creature and found out how buying the chocolate version can help the real thing.

Lateline
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Lateline: December 1, 2017

ABC  |  December 1, 2017
Late Debate: Darren Chester And Tanya Plibersek Emma Alberici is joined by Darren Chester and Tanya Plibersek for a discussion of the week in politics, including John ...

Late Debate: Darren Chester And Tanya Plibersek Emma Alberici is joined by Darren Chester and Tanya Plibersek for a discussion of the week in politics, including John Barilaro's calls for Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to resign and the latest controversy surrounding Labor's Senator Sam Dastyari. Shearer Makes Her Mark On Traditionally Male-dominated Industry The shearing shed was once a no-go zone for women, unless they were delivering lunch. Now women make up the majority of roustabouts and wool handlers, and they're starting to make their mark in the more lucrative job of shearing. Lateline's Emily Stewart met trainee shearer Shelby Smith in regional Victoria. Chatline: Your Week In Review Now for a look at what you had to say about some of our stories this week. Here's Jamie Cummins with Chatline.

The Project
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The Project: January 23, 2018

TEN  |  January 23, 2018
With guest Christopher Pyne, plus hosts Carrie Bickmore, Hamish Macdonald, Pete Helliar and Fifi Box, and stories on tax cuts, cryptocurrency, Centrelink wait times, the ...

With guest Christopher Pyne, plus hosts Carrie Bickmore, Hamish Macdonald, Pete Helliar and Fifi Box, and stories on tax cuts, cryptocurrency, Centrelink wait times, the positives of swearing, and light pollution.

The Project
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The Project: January 15, 2018

TEN  |  January 15, 2018
Join Hamish Macdonald, Gorgi Coghlan, Tommy Little and Steve Price as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics.

Join Hamish Macdonald, Gorgi Coghlan, Tommy Little and Steve Price as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics.

Matter of Fact with Stan Grant
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Matter of Fact with Stan Grant: March 1, 2018

ABC NEWS  |  March 1, 2018
Making sense of a rapidly changing world, Stan Grant presents this show where knowledge matters more than opinions. Regular contributors also cover the economy, technology, ...

Making sense of a rapidly changing world, Stan Grant presents this show where knowledge matters more than opinions. Regular contributors also cover the economy, technology, history, music and the arts.

Living Black
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Living Black: Food Security

SBS  |  September 23, 2012
When Wilcannia's only grocery store temporarily closed without warning last month, locals had to rely on emergency food supplies. Fed up with what they say is an unreliable ...

When Wilcannia's only grocery store temporarily closed without warning last month, locals had to rely on emergency food supplies. Fed up with what they say is an unreliable and overpriced food supply, locals in the western NSW town are looking for their own solutions. Also this week: will black business break the shackles of welfare dependency? We speak to elders across the Top End about how they're making change.

Lateline
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Lateline: November 26, 2013

ABC  |  November 26, 2013
Stories include,'Gonski going', 'Coalition wants a better model of school funding', 'Stop sending children to Nauru and Manus Island', 'Yudhoyono seeks intelligence code of ...

Stories include,'Gonski going', 'Coalition wants a better model of school funding', 'Stop sending children to Nauru and Manus Island', 'Yudhoyono seeks intelligence code of ethics', 'Another day of disorder in Victorian Parliament' and 'Team selection a life and death decision'.

Catalyst
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Catalyst: Energy Drinks/3D Virus/Military Uniforms

ABC  |  August 15, 2013
Anja Taylor examines what exactly is an energy drink - Is it a soft drink, a supplement, or a potential toxic cocktail? Plus, imagine a world where viruses didn't exist and ...

Anja Taylor examines what exactly is an energy drink - Is it a soft drink, a supplement, or a potential toxic cocktail? Plus, imagine a world where viruses didn't exist and the only viruses were virtual ones.

Lateline
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Lateline: November 23, 2011

ABC  |  November 23, 2011
Stories include, '11th-hour deal sees MRRT pass at 3am', 'Egyptians demand resignation of military chief', 'Paul Keating welcomes the rise of China', 'Presidential hopefuls ...

Stories include, '11th-hour deal sees MRRT pass at 3am', 'Egyptians demand resignation of military chief', 'Paul Keating welcomes the rise of China', 'Presidential hopefuls clash in latest debate', 'Marlon Noble will be released' and 'Prescribed burn runs out of control in WA'.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: The Lost Diggers/Land Of The Hippos/Brick By Brick

Seven  |  February 27, 2011
The story, 'The lost diggers', uncovers an incredible collection of photographic plates dating back to the First World War. The story, 'Land of the hippos', discovers, every ...

The story, 'The lost diggers', uncovers an incredible collection of photographic plates dating back to the First World War. The story, 'Land of the hippos', discovers, every year hundreds of hippos congregate in one of the greatest natural sanctuaries left on the planet. The story, 'Brick by brick', speaks with Bob Parker the Christchurch Mayor and details the human spirit after the earthquake.

Lateline
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Lateline: August 29, 2012

ABC  |  August 29, 2012
Stories include, 'Government announces $4 billion dental overhaul', 'Boat carrying 150 asylum seekers goes missing', 'Doctors could face prison over drug prescriptions', ...

Stories include, 'Government announces $4 billion dental overhaul', 'Boat carrying 150 asylum seekers goes missing', 'Doctors could face prison over drug prescriptions', 'Conflicts of interest on board overseeing super trawler', 'Cullen joins Lateline' and 'Romney's wife grabs spotlight at Republican convention'.

Sunday Night
50:44 | 0

Sunday Night: Bath Salts/Mike And Quentin Reunited/Proof Of Heaven/Brave Heart

Seven  |  November 25, 2012
The story, 'Bath salts', reports on an intense synthetic drug called, Bath Salts. The story, 'Mike and Quentin reunited', shows the reunion between Quentin Kenihan and veteran ...

The story, 'Bath salts', reports on an intense synthetic drug called, Bath Salts. The story, 'Mike and Quentin reunited', shows the reunion between Quentin Kenihan and veteran journo Mike Willesee. The story, 'Proof of heaven', features an interview with Dr Eben Alexander who spent seven days in a coma. His incredible story taps into the age-old question, is there an afterlife, and if so, what is it like? The story, 'Brave heart', revisits Coen a teenage Cystic Fibrosis sufferer who was in dire need of a lung transplant.

Lateline
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Lateline: June 26, 2013

ABC  |  June 26, 2013
Stories include, 'Rudd returns', 'Senior Labor figures comment on leadership change' and 'Opposition leader calls for an election date'.

Stories include, 'Rudd returns', 'Senior Labor figures comment on leadership change' and 'Opposition leader calls for an election date'.

Lateline
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Lateline: September 25, 2013

ABC  |  September 25, 2013
Stories include, 'ADF members may be disciplined over lack of protection', 'Telstra to axe 1000 jobs', 'Clean Energy Finance Corporation told to stop lending', 'Greens Leader ...

Stories include, 'ADF members may be disciplined over lack of protection', 'Telstra to axe 1000 jobs', 'Clean Energy Finance Corporation told to stop lending', 'Greens Leader Christine Milne', 'Coalition plans university shake up', 'Iran ready to talk about nukes ' and 'Down to the final race'.

Lateline
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Lateline: June 20, 2013

ABC  |  June 20, 2013
Stories include, 'Evidence shredded', 'The question remains', 'Plan to send jobs offshore', 'Palmer quizzed', 'Palmer's party' and 'Spies in the sky'.

Stories include, 'Evidence shredded', 'The question remains', 'Plan to send jobs offshore', 'Palmer quizzed', 'Palmer's party' and 'Spies in the sky'.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: The Boy From Broadmeadows/Love and Betrayal/Danger Man

Seven  |  February 13, 2011
The story, 'The Boy from Broadmeadows', meets the Aussie androgynous supermodel, Andrej Pejic, who's taken the fashion world by storm. The story, 'Love and betrayal', speaks ...

The story, 'The Boy from Broadmeadows', meets the Aussie androgynous supermodel, Andrej Pejic, who's taken the fashion world by storm. The story, 'Love and betrayal', speaks with Josie Francoli, the woman who thought she had it all until her boyfriend's deranged double life was exposed. The story, 'Danger man', lives on the edge with Australia's greatest stuntman, Grant Page.

Lateline
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Lateline: October 3, 2012

ABC  |  October 3, 2012
Stories include, 'Trade deficit swells to $2b', 'Hospital treatment unacceptable', 'Sisters to return to Italy', 'Risk of another stolen generation', 'No survivors in plane ...

Stories include, 'Trade deficit swells to $2b', 'Hospital treatment unacceptable', 'Sisters to return to Italy', 'Risk of another stolen generation', 'No survivors in plane crash', 'Jones comment indecent' and 'Candidates prepare for first debate'.

Lateline
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Lateline: September 6, 2012

ABC  |  September 6, 2012
Stories include, 'PM cancels address to Australian Christian Lobby', 'Grocon blockade ends', 'Sheep export bans ignored', 'Qantas forms new partnership', 'Bill Clinton ...

Stories include, 'PM cancels address to Australian Christian Lobby', 'Grocon blockade ends', 'Sheep export bans ignored', 'Qantas forms new partnership', 'Bill Clinton endorses Obama', 'Award-winning author discusses Zoo Time', 'DNA database unlocks map to genetic disease'.

Lateline
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Lateline: September 12, 2012

ABC  |  September 12, 2012
Stories include, 'Canberra hears public servants protest in Queensland', 'US ambassador to Libya killed', 'Carers abuse their charges', 'Clive Palmer attacks increase in ...

Stories include, 'Canberra hears public servants protest in Queensland', 'US ambassador to Libya killed', 'Carers abuse their charges', 'Clive Palmer attacks increase in royalties', 'Hundreds die in factory fires in Pakistan', 'More than 300 people have been killed in two separate factory fires in Pakistan' and 'Mystery surrounds Chinese president-in-waiting'.

The Project
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The Project: May 31, 2013

Ten  |  June 3, 2013
Join Charlie Pickering, Carrie Bickmore and Dave Hughes as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics.

Join Charlie Pickering, Carrie Bickmore and Dave Hughes as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics.

Lateline
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Lateline: January 28, 2013

ABC  |  January 28, 2013
Stories include, 'Serious storms head south down Australian east coast', 'River at record levels in Bundaberg', 'Disaster Management Director gives Queensland floods ...

Stories include, 'Serious storms head south down Australian east coast', 'River at record levels in Bundaberg', 'Disaster Management Director gives Queensland floods overview', 'Wild weather strikes Port Macquarie', 'PM's partner jokes about prostate examinations', 'Netanyahu builds a new centrist coalition', 'Nightclub deaths shock Brazil', 'Tsunami leaves Japan with toxic asbestos legacy' and 'Bushfires play havoc in Victoria'.

Lateline
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Lateline: March 8, 2012

ABC  |  March 8, 2012
Stories include, 'Freight truck crackdown widens', 'Unemployment rises to 5.2pc', 'Nathalia residents warned to evacuate', 'Obama bought time for diplomatic Iran solution', ...

Stories include, 'Freight truck crackdown widens', 'Unemployment rises to 5.2pc', 'Nathalia residents warned to evacuate', 'Obama bought time for diplomatic Iran solution', 'Asylum seekers allegedly abused in Indonesia', 'Greece faces debt restructure deadline', 'Japan's tsunami anniversary approaches', 'Fraser labels NT intervention laws racist' and 'Former judge appointed ABC chairman'.

Lateline
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Lateline: February 3, 2012

ABC  |  February 3, 2012
Stories include, 'Cyclone Yasi leaves devastation in its wake', 'Banana crops suffer total devastation', 'Queensland must revise safety strategies', 'Garnaut warns Yasi is ...

Stories include, 'Cyclone Yasi leaves devastation in its wake', 'Banana crops suffer total devastation', 'Queensland must revise safety strategies', 'Garnaut warns Yasi is only the beginning', 'Five killed as Cairo protests turn violent', 'There will be more violence in Cairo: Attalah', 'Mubarak is using any means to cling to power: Khalil', 'Australian toll in Afghanistan rises to 22'.

Lateline
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Lateline: May 15, 2012

ABC  |  May 15, 2012
Stories include, 'Gillard shares disgust at HSU saga', 'Unions struggling to capture young members', 'Brooks charged in UK hacking inquiry', 'Drugs wrongly escaped ...

Stories include, 'Gillard shares disgust at HSU saga', 'Unions struggling to capture young members', 'Brooks charged in UK hacking inquiry', 'Drugs wrongly escaped pharmaceutical scheme', 'Patents critical to drug industry', 'Greece edges closer to fresh elections', 'Greece can do better than German deal' and 'Police use drivers as roadblock for pursuit'.

Lateline
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Lateline: August 17, 2011

ABC  |  August 17, 2011
Stories include, 'Labor gift reveals threat to Government', 'Details still vague in collar bomb case', 'Letter points smoking gun at News of the World editor', 'Jacobson calls ...

Stories include, 'Labor gift reveals threat to Government', 'Details still vague in collar bomb case', 'Letter points smoking gun at News of the World editor', 'Jacobson calls for less verbal violence over riots', 'Qantas faces war over restructure', 'Shoe found in hunt for Daniel Morcombe'.

Lateline
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Lateline: October 2, 2012

ABC  |  October 2, 2012
Stories include, 'Surprise rate cut', 'Australia should encourage US-China cooperation', '6 crew arrested in deadly harbour collision', 'Search for plane suspended', 'Public ...

Stories include, 'Surprise rate cut', 'Australia should encourage US-China cooperation', '6 crew arrested in deadly harbour collision', 'Search for plane suspended', 'Public hospitals in crisis', 'Barrier reef threatened', 'Fortescue wins in high court' and 'Warning bell for Barrier Reef'.

Lateline
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Lateline: November 9, 2016

ABC  |  November 9, 2016
How A Small Protest In Australia Has Had Major Repercussions In Africa When members of the Ethiopian community found out high ranking officials were visiting Australia they ...

How A Small Protest In Australia Has Had Major Repercussions In Africa When members of the Ethiopian community found out high ranking officials were visiting Australia they staged a demonstration. Now Human Rights Watch says some of their relatives back home have been arrested. Interview: Michael Vincent, North America Correspondent As Americans celebrate and commiserate Donald Trump's shock presidential win, North America correspondent Michael Vincent tells Lateline, from outside Trump headquarters in New York, that too many questions remain unanswered about how he will govern a divided US. The Midtown Area Of Manhattan Was The Place To Be On Election Night In New York Guest reporter Charlie Pickering watched the results come through with local New Yorkers in the city's clubs and pubs. By the end of the night, he saw Hillary Clinton supporters crying into their champagne glasses and Donald Trump supporters looking for love. Interview: Michael Duffy, Editorial Director And Deputy Managing Editor, Time Magazine Michael Duffy says because the Republicans have retained control of the US Congress, many of Donald Trump's threats are likely to take place. Australian Reaction To The US Presidential Election Donald Trump fans down under started the day with low expectations but ended on a high.

The Project
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The Project: January 24, 2017

Ten  |  January 24, 2017
With guests Julian Assange and Brooke Satchwell, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on collecting funnel-web spiders, deaths on film sets, and saving a house from wrongful ...

With guests Julian Assange and Brooke Satchwell, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on collecting funnel-web spiders, deaths on film sets, and saving a house from wrongful demolition.

Lateline
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Lateline: October 4, 2016

ABC  |  October 4, 2016
Stories include: 'Interview: Charlotte civil rights leader Corine Mack', 'Maintaining the rage and keeping the peace in divided Charlotte', 'Interview: Shen Narayanasamy on ...

Stories include: 'Interview: Charlotte civil rights leader Corine Mack', 'Maintaining the rage and keeping the peace in divided Charlotte', 'Interview: Shen Narayanasamy on The Great Immigration Con' INTERVIEW: CHARLOTTE CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER CORINE MACK Reverend Corine Mack, the president of the Charlotte chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People, joins Lateline to discuss the fragile system in Charlotte. MAINTAINING THE RAGE AND KEEPING THE PEACE IN DIVIDED CHARLOTTE Lateline visits the US city of Charlotte, where police and members of the African American community are divided in the wake of several shootings of black men. INTERVIEW: SHEN NARAYANASAMY ON THE GREAT IMMIGRATION CON Shen Narayanasamy is the founder of No Business in Abuse, the campaign against investment in companies involved with Australia's offshore detention centres. She joins Lateline following her speech at the Wheeler Centre titled, the Great Immigration Con.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Fatal Distraction/Veiled Threat/The Boss

Seven  |  September 18, 2016
Fatal Distraction Could this device stop you looking at your phone while driving? New technology out of Canberra will alert drivers when they are distracted and even stop ...

Fatal Distraction Could this device stop you looking at your phone while driving? New technology out of Canberra will alert drivers when they are distracted and even stop their car. The Fovio system has been developed by a company called Seeing Machines and enables cars to monitor drivers and prevent accidents caused by distraction. Veiled Threat The moment a Muslim woman is threatened for wearing a burkini on a beach. Muslim women will find themselves at the centre of a swim suit battle this summer as unrest continues over the Aussie-designed 'burkini'. It is called the Burkini, a top-to-toe swimming outfit designed for Muslim women in Australia by an Australian designer. But it has become the flash point for an ideological battle between Muslims and non-Muslims in France where women are being fined and removed from beaches for wearing them. The Boss 'You're picked on, beat up, cast out'. 'The Boss' has opened up about life before he was an acclaimed musician. "I think when I was young, I wanted to be like the Rolling Stones, I wanted to be like the Beatles or Dylan or Elvis," Springsteen said in his interview with Sunday Night. "I wanted to rock really hard, I wanted to make people excited and thrilled and happy and those were my goals." But he had a long way to go when he met guitarist Steve Van Zandt in the 1960s, who is still one of his closest friends and band mates.

Lateline
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Lateline: August 18, 2015

ABC  |  August 18, 2015
Stories include, 'Tony Abbott acts to try and restore discipline within his ministry', 'Huffington Post Australian edition launches one day early' and 'Interview: Arriana ...

Stories include, 'Tony Abbott acts to try and restore discipline within his ministry', 'Huffington Post Australian edition launches one day early' and 'Interview: Arriana Huffington, founder of the Huffington Post'.

Lateline
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Lateline: November 24, 2014

ABC  |  November 24, 2014
Stories include, 'The party is over', 'O'Farrell to leave politics', 'The axe falls at Aunty', 'Iran's nuclear deadline likely to be extended', 'Kurdish fighters with Iraqi ...

Stories include, 'The party is over', 'O'Farrell to leave politics', 'The axe falls at Aunty', 'Iran's nuclear deadline likely to be extended', 'Kurdish fighters with Iraqi army and Shi'ite milita make gains', 'UK government bans insurance companies paying out on ransom payment', 'Craft brewers take case to WTO', '25 million dollars for Bonsoy payout' and 'Beware of crocodiles'.

Lateline
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Lateline: October 13, 2014

ABC  |  October 13, 2014
Stories include, 'Abbott prepared to "shirtfront" Putin', 'Intelligence sharing allowed concealing of sexual abuse', 'Turkey allows use of its facilities', 'Curriculum should ...

Stories include, 'Abbott prepared to "shirtfront" Putin', 'Intelligence sharing allowed concealing of sexual abuse', 'Turkey allows use of its facilities', 'Curriculum should be simplified', 'Schools need to get back to basics', 'Nurse catches Ebola' and 'Canberra cats may have to stay indoors'.

Catalyst
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Catalyst: Polar People/Plant Based Medicine

ABC  |  February 3, 2015
Wanted: Antarctic workers - positions available, apply within. Would you apply? Each year, over 2000 people apply for jobs in Antarctica, few are successful. So what are the ...

Wanted: Antarctic workers - positions available, apply within. Would you apply? Each year, over 2000 people apply for jobs in Antarctica, few are successful. So what are the physical and psychological attributes required to work in the most remote location on Earth? Plus, a weedy looking African plant used to make tea drunk by African women to aid childbirth, is the inspiration behind research that may lead to the development of ingestible, protein- based drugs.

Lateline
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Lateline: June 1, 2015

ABC  |  June 1, 2015
Stories include, 'Same sex marriage debate', 'Interview: Tanya Plibersek', 'The refugee experience in Cambodia' and 'Interview: Brian Krebs'.

Stories include, 'Same sex marriage debate', 'Interview: Tanya Plibersek', 'The refugee experience in Cambodia' and 'Interview: Brian Krebs'.

Lateline
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Lateline: July 9, 2015

ABC  |  July 9, 2015
Stories include, 'Bill Shorten under the microscope again at the Royal Commission', 'Interview: Aaron Patrick' and 'NASA probe reveals clearest ever photos of Pluto'.

Stories include, 'Bill Shorten under the microscope again at the Royal Commission', 'Interview: Aaron Patrick' and 'NASA probe reveals clearest ever photos of Pluto'.

Lateline
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Lateline: June 26, 2015

ABC  |  June 26, 2015
Stories include, 'Interview: Philip Williams', 'Interview: Rashad Ali' and 'Interview: Peter Collins'.

Stories include, 'Interview: Philip Williams', 'Interview: Rashad Ali' and 'Interview: Peter Collins'.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Trapped In Love/The Real Thing

Seven  |  October 26, 2014
The astonishing exclusive story of a woman who lost everything after following her heart and is facing years in jail for it. Then, the extraordinary never-before-told full ...

The astonishing exclusive story of a woman who lost everything after following her heart and is facing years in jail for it. Then, the extraordinary never-before-told full story of music and television legend, Ian 'Molly' Meldrum.

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