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Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Bon Jovi/The Secret Bulger Tapes/The Face Doctor

Seven  |  March 17, 2013
The story, 'Bon Jovi', features a deeply personal interview with Bon Jovi as he reveals his shock after his daughter's heroin overdose last year, and explains how the incident ...

The story, 'Bon Jovi', features a deeply personal interview with Bon Jovi as he reveals his shock after his daughter's heroin overdose last year, and explains how the incident rocked his family. The story, 'The secret Bulger tapes', investigates secret tapes that were not played at the trial into the murder of 10 year old James Bulger. The story, 'The face doctor', spaks with Dr Anthony Lynham, a jaw and face reconstructive surgeon fronting a campaign to make politicians toughen up and back his calls to end the violence on the streets.

Sunday Night
49:55

Sunday Night: The Case Against Cosby/Finding Mum

Seven  |  June 21, 2015
The story, 'The case against Cosby', four women have revealed details of their rape allegations against comic icon Bill Cosby. The story, 'Finding mum', follows up with four ...

The story, 'The case against Cosby', four women have revealed details of their rape allegations against comic icon Bill Cosby. The story, 'Finding mum', follows up with four orphans, abandoned in different locations over 14 years, who came together by chance and have located their mother by making a public appeal for information.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Is It Safe?/Lonesome Losers

Seven  |  March 15, 2015
Imagine if you could go to a beach and check your phone to see if sharks were nearby. This is the technology coming to Australia thanks to a new shark tagging program now ...

Imagine if you could go to a beach and check your phone to see if sharks were nearby. This is the technology coming to Australia thanks to a new shark tagging program now underway. Plus, which is the real Little River Band?

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Love You To Death/Prison Break Part 2

Seven  |  August 3, 2014
On the night of his 44th birthday, Chris and his wife Vicky were walking back to their car when Chris was stabbed multiple times and left for dead in an alley. Chris woke from ...

On the night of his 44th birthday, Chris and his wife Vicky were walking back to their car when Chris was stabbed multiple times and left for dead in an alley. Chris woke from a coma weeks later to learn it was his wife who had led him to his death. In this special Sunday Night investigation, we reveal just how long her plan had been in place. Reporter Rahni Sadler speaks to Chris and his family about how this despicable act has changed their lives forever, and driven a wedge between a father and his daughter. Plus, part two of our story on bank robber John Killick.

Lateline
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Lateline: August 30, 2016

ABC  |  August 30, 2016
Stories include: 'The Prime Minister faces a major test of his authority on the first day of Parliament', 'What the national testing program Naplan isn't telling you about ...

Stories include: 'The Prime Minister faces a major test of his authority on the first day of Parliament', 'What the national testing program Naplan isn't telling you about your child's school', 'Panel: Barry McGaw, University of Melbourne; Dorothy Hoddinott, Principal, Holroyd High School; David Gillespie, author Free Schools' THE PRIME MINISTER FACES A MAJOR TEST OF HIS AUTHORITY ON THE FIRST DAY OF PARLIAMENT Coalition Senators and crossbenchers are banding together to change the racial discrimination act to derail Malcolm Turnbull's economic narrative. WHAT THE NATIONAL TESTING PROGRAM NAPLAN ISN'T TELLING YOU ABOUT YOUR CHILD'S SCHOOL For parents at schools with a high number of students from non-English speaking backgrounds, there's a fear that Naplan tests are undermining their school's reputation, resulting in a push to keep the results private. PANEL: BARRY MCGAW, UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE; DOROTHY HODDINOTT, PRINCIPAL, HOLROYD HIGH SCHOOL; DAVID GILLESPIE, AUTHOR FREE SCHOOLS Emma Alberici hosts a panel of experts and asks the question, do the benefits of NAPLAN outweigh the challenges of the system?

Lateline
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Lateline: November 27, 2017

ABC  |  November 27, 2017
Labor Predicted To Form Majority Government After Queensland Election The federal government is absorbing the impact of the election result in Queensland, where there was an 8 ...

Labor Predicted To Form Majority Government After Queensland Election The federal government is absorbing the impact of the election result in Queensland, where there was an 8 percent swing against the Liberal National Party. Labor is likely to form a majority government. Political correspondent Matt Wordsworth reports. Canavan: Royal Commission On Banking 'Not The Answer' Under sustained pressure from the Nationals, the federal government looks increasingly likely to drop its opposition to a banking royal commission. Barnaby Joyce has told the Guardian his party is "only too willing" to discuss the issue. Emma Alberici spoke with Queensland LNP senator and minister for resources and northern Australia, Matt Canavan. Is This Israel's 'Most Hated' Man? Author and commentator Gideon Levy has been called both "the most hated man in Israel" and "the most heroic". While he describes himself as a "patriotic Israeli", he's highly critical of what he calls his country's "moral blindness" to its acts of war and occupation. Emma Alberici spoke to Gideon Levy ahead of his talk at the University of Sydney this week.

The Project
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The Project: January 29, 2018

TEN  |  January 29, 2018
With guests Foo Fighters and TLC, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on drug testing and Bernard Tomic.

With guests Foo Fighters and TLC, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on drug testing and Bernard Tomic.

The Project
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The Project: January 30, 2018

TEN  |  January 30, 2018
With guest host Fifi Box, and special guests Hughesy and Brendan O'Carroll, we discuss the vegan protest, the south African water crisis, Trugo, gun shop security, and face ...

With guest host Fifi Box, and special guests Hughesy and Brendan O'Carroll, we discuss the vegan protest, the south African water crisis, Trugo, gun shop security, and face blindness.

Lateline
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Lateline: August 1, 2011

ABC  |  August 1, 2011
Stories include, 'Queensland digests preliminary flood report', 'US debt deal reaches Congress', 'Deal labelled a victory for extremists', 'US deficit not fiscally ...

Stories include, 'Queensland digests preliminary flood report', 'US debt deal reaches Congress', 'Deal labelled a victory for extremists', 'US deficit not fiscally sustainable: Swan', 'World condemns Syrian violence', 'Malaysian deal worries Christmas Island locals', 'Rann to resign after 17 years of leadership'.

Lateline
37:59

Lateline: August 23, 2012

ABC  |  August 23, 2012
Stories include, 'PM unleashes over misconduct rumours', 'Gillard may be innocent but investigation not closed', 'Fairfax posts $2.7b loss', 'Qantas announces first annual ...

Stories include, 'PM unleashes over misconduct rumours', 'Gillard may be innocent but investigation not closed', 'Fairfax posts $2.7b loss', 'Qantas announces first annual loss since privatisation', 'Labor faces billion-dollar offshore processing costs', 'Motion for ill refugee to get emergency transfer' and 'Autism expert warns against cutting education funding'.

Lateline
35:04

Lateline: May 11, 2011

ABC  |  May 11, 2011
Stories include, 'Government, Opposition draw budget battle lines', 'AIG's Ridout discusses skills shortages', 'Government pours $2.2 billion into mental health', 'Youth ...

Stories include, 'Government, Opposition draw budget battle lines', 'AIG's Ridout discusses skills shortages', 'Government pours $2.2 billion into mental health', 'Youth services are essential: Butler', 'Storm managers saw rorting as a game', 'FIFA hit by bribery claims', 'Premier Giddings faces second Cabinet reshuffle'.

Lateline
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Lateline: November 19, 2010

ABC  |  November 19, 2010
Stories include, 'Dozens of NZ miners missing after blast', 'Rescue operation in early stages', 'The week in review', 'Gretch won't face Ozcar charges', 'Assange hits back at ...

Stories include, 'Dozens of NZ miners missing after blast', 'Rescue operation in early stages', 'The week in review', 'Gretch won't face Ozcar charges', 'Assange hits back at rape allegations', 'Shot twins had suicide pact', 'Bout trial to test US-Russia ties', 'Irish economy in desperate situation'.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Krishna and Trishna, One Year On/The Great Race/Beginnings/One Of A Kind

Seven  |  October 10, 2010
The story, 'Krishna and Trishna, one year on', details the past year of once conjoined twins Trishna and Krishna, after they underwent surgery to separate them. The story, ...

The story, 'Krishna and Trishna, one year on', details the past year of once conjoined twins Trishna and Krishna, after they underwent surgery to separate them. The story, 'The great race', is a behind the scenes look at the V8 Supercar Bathurst 1000 race with Craig Lowndes and Mark Skaife. The story, 'Beginnings', talks with Anne Geddes about her success as a photographer, and the inspiring characters she has met throughout her journey. The story, 'One of a kind', meets an unconventional nun by the name of Sister Trish Franklin, who's changing the lives of thousands of kids through her charity in Vietnam.

Sunday Night
44:39

Sunday Night: Mexican Wars/A Key to Survival/Playing for Change

Seven  |  October 23, 2011
With an average of a dozen murders a day, one Mexican city has earned the title of the "world's most dangerous"; The discovery of a rare gene mutation could save thousands of ...

With an average of a dozen murders a day, one Mexican city has earned the title of the "world's most dangerous"; The discovery of a rare gene mutation could save thousands of lives including young Emma Sinclair's and a dream to create a film rooted in street music has blossomed into a global project connecting people through music.

Lateline
36:18

Lateline: August 31, 2011

ABC  |  August 31, 2011
Stories include, 'High Court rules Malaysia plan invalid', 'Fires lit in Darwin detention centre', 'Rebel commander seeks end to bloodshed', 'Manne discusses ruling against ...

Stories include, 'High Court rules Malaysia plan invalid', 'Fires lit in Darwin detention centre', 'Rebel commander seeks end to bloodshed', 'Manne discusses ruling against Malaysian deal', 'Assange accuses Government of 'ratting out' Australians'.

Lateline
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Lateline: May 16, 2012

ABC  |  May 16, 2012
Stories include, 'Kelty issues reality check to Gillard', 'Toll to negotiate with Teamsters', 'Europe sees no end to instability', 'Mladic war crimes trial starts in The ...

Stories include, 'Kelty issues reality check to Gillard', 'Toll to negotiate with Teamsters', 'Europe sees no end to instability', 'Mladic war crimes trial starts in The Hague', 'NSW to toughen abattoir standards', 'Police break up Brisbane tent embassy', 'Sisters deny court to hide from father' and 'Poor doing it harder: Salvation Army'.

Lateline
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Lateline: September 21, 2012

ABC  |  September 21, 2012
Stories include, ‘300 additional police on the beat this weekend’, ‘Lehman Brothers clients win compensation’, ‘Catholic Church admits 620 cases of child sexual abuse’, ‘Wayne ...

Stories include, ‘300 additional police on the beat this weekend’, ‘Lehman Brothers clients win compensation’, ‘Catholic Church admits 620 cases of child sexual abuse’, ‘Wayne Swan criticises Tea Party Republicans’ and ‘Emerson and Dutton discuss the week’s events’.

Lateline
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Lateline: August 28, 2012

ABC  |  August 28, 2012
Stories include, 'Government dumps carbon floor price', 'CFMEU clashes with Grocon over safety officials', 'NT Labor appoints Delia Lawrie as new leader', 'Police warn against ...

Stories include, 'Government dumps carbon floor price', 'CFMEU clashes with Grocon over safety officials', 'NT Labor appoints Delia Lawrie as new leader', 'Police warn against cutting red tape for gun ownership', 'Australia must compete on skills, value: Wong', 'Israel army ruled not to blame for protester's death' and 'Tasmania takes first step to gay marriage'.

Lateline
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Lateline: June 21, 2011

ABC  |  June 21, 2011
Stories include, 'Ash cloud shuts down major airports', 'Defence inquiry gets 1,000 abuse submissions', 'Gillard calls for boost in political debate tone', 'Scott Morrison ...

Stories include, 'Ash cloud shuts down major airports', 'Defence inquiry gets 1,000 abuse submissions', 'Gillard calls for boost in political debate tone', 'Scott Morrison seeks answers on refugee swap', 'Greek government faces confidence vote', 'FIFA deputy quits amid bribery probe', 'Another NSW magistrate pleads to keep job', 'Police could fingerprint Muslims wearing burkas'.

Hungry Beast
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Hungry Beast: Wealth

Season 3  |  Episode 7  |  ABC  |  May 4, 2011
In episode seven, Hungry Beast rolls around in other people's cash, examining the gold plated subject of Wealth.

In episode seven, Hungry Beast rolls around in other people's cash, examining the gold plated subject of Wealth.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Mystery In the Outback/The Sardine Run/Cold Chisel Reunion Tour

Seven  |  July 31, 2011
The story, 'Mystery in the outback', revisits the Peter Falconio case ten years after the outback murder that shocked the world. The story, 'The Sardine Run', ventures into ...

The story, 'Mystery in the outback', revisits the Peter Falconio case ten years after the outback murder that shocked the world. The story, 'The Sardine Run', ventures into the Sardine Run Expedition off the coast of South Africa. The story, 'Cold Chisel reunion tour', speaks with Jimmy Barnes and the other members of the band.

Lateline
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Lateline: August 14, 2012

ABC  |  August 14, 2012
Stories include, 'Coalition maintains pressure over refugee policy', 'Fears grow for asylum seeker boat', 'Target faces backlash over inappropriate girls clothing', 'First ...

Stories include, 'Coalition maintains pressure over refugee policy', 'Fears grow for asylum seeker boat', 'Target faces backlash over inappropriate girls clothing', 'First anti-consorting jail term overturned', 'Deterrence must not risk mental health: McGorry', 'Sun rises on South Pacific solar', 'Bride Running Away for 1.4m dollars' and 'ACCC considering recall on Chinese cars'.

Lateline
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Lateline: December 3, 2010

ABC  |  December 3, 2010
Stories include, 'Police poised to arrest WikiLeaks' Assange', 'WikiLeaks' Ball joins Lateline', 'ATSB report praises QF32 pilots', 'The year in review', 'The Long view on the ...

Stories include, 'Police poised to arrest WikiLeaks' Assange', 'WikiLeaks' Ball joins Lateline', 'ATSB report praises QF32 pilots', 'The year in review', 'The Long view on the economy', 'Naples is a micrcosm of Italy: Robb'.

Lateline
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Lateline: July 10, 2017

ABC  |  July 10, 2017
PM Hails Successful Negotiations Following G20 Summit Malcolm Turnbull has hailed this weekend's G20 summit a success for free trade and tackling violent extremism online. But ...

PM Hails Successful Negotiations Following G20 Summit Malcolm Turnbull has hailed this weekend's G20 summit a success for free trade and tackling violent extremism online. But his American counterpart Donald Trump has had a less than positive experience, appearing isolated during meetings. Naomi Selvaratnam reports. Interview: Steve Cannane, ABC Europe Correspondent Emma Alberici speaks to ABC Europe correspondent Steve Cannane about Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's talks with British Prime Minister Theresa May. Interview: Mehdi Hasan, Journalist And Political Commentator Emma Alberici speaks to journalist and political commentator Mehdi Hasan about battling extremism and perceptions of Islam. Campbell Remess The Tassie Teddy Bear Maker Is Now Giving Away Holidays Last year the story about a young Tasmanian boy making teddy bears for sick children captured the hearts of millions of people around the world. Campbell Remess has stuck with his passion and has now expanded his charity empire, as Ginny Stein reports. Interview: Steve Cannane, ABC Europe Correspondent Emma Alberici speaks to ABC Europe correspondent Steve Cannane about Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's talks with British Prime Minister Theresa May. The two leaders discussed trade issues, terrorism and North Korea.

The Mix
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The Mix: July 2, 2017

ABC  |  July 2, 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 Mix
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The Mix: December 4, 2016

ABC  |  December 4, 2016
James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, festivals, gigs, events, exhibitions, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your culture fix from the ABC's ...

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, festivals, gigs, events, exhibitions, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your culture fix from the ABC's arts reporters and contributors.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Labor of Love

ABC  |  August 23, 2010
On the eve of the Federal Election, one of the men behind Kevin Rudd's downfall awaits a verdict that could rewrite his own political future. "Paul Howes has a lot riding on ...

On the eve of the Federal Election, one of the men behind Kevin Rudd's downfall awaits a verdict that could rewrite his own political future. "Paul Howes has a lot riding on the election outcome. A Gillard victory vindicates him. A Gillard defeat would see him blamed, ostracised, victimised. His immediate future is very much on the line." - Michael Kroger, Liberal powerbroker. From teenage Trotskyite to the youngest ever leader of Australia's oldest Union, Paul Howes is living a life accelerated. Divorced from his parents at age 14 and a father himself by 20, Howes was elected to lead the Australian Workers Union at just 26 years of age. Now, at 28 after a meteoric rise, Howes faces accusations he has blood on his hands, as one of the so-called 'faceless men who knifed a Prime Minister'. A member of the factional right, Howes is alleged to have been the fourth and final 'plotter' to bring on the spill which saw Julia Gillard overthrow Kevin Rudd. From his troubled childhood and teenage radicalism, to the front line of the Beaconsfield mining tragedy and forefront of the mining tax debate, Howes' history and experience belie his age. "I heard the rumours around the place at the time... 'Too young,' 'The boy in diapers running the union,' all that type of rubbish... I wasn't perturbed by that. I mean, you don't become the AWU National Secretary to win a popularity contest." - Paul Howes This edition presents a candid portrait of the Labor wunderkind deemed a major force in the next generation of Australian politics. Producer: Ben Cheshire Executive Producer: Deborah Fleming

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Hit The Road Jack

ABC  |  August 30, 2010
Introduced by Rupert Murdoch. Driven by personal tragedy, a former diplomat abandons his political ambitions, to confront a pandemic affecting young lives. "When I look ...

Introduced by Rupert Murdoch. Driven by personal tragedy, a former diplomat abandons his political ambitions, to confront a pandemic affecting young lives. "When I look back, I've been through a lot of pretty traumatic times. I've faced demons. And in the course of that, I've stumbled upon what I feel now is my life purpose... helping young people face their demons and actually get to a better place." - Jack Heath "He's one of the most decent people in the world. A man of many qualities. He's devoted to what he does. But what he does is so clearly unselfish and good for other people. He really is an inspiration." - Rupert Murdoch When the suicide of his 21-year-old cousin followed soon after the murder of a close friend, Jack Heath was forced to address his own repressed childhood trauma. This self reflection produced a watershed moment for the former diplomat, political advisor and Keating confidante, and set him on a transformative course with far reaching consequences. Seeking a more meaningful life, Jack Heath turned his back on a promising political career, and sought cooperation and investment from corporate Australia to establish the Inspire Foundation - a not-for-profit organisation committed to supporting and inspiring youth, reducing youth suicide and eliminating the stigma of mental illness. By extension, the Foundation's Reach Out online initiative has provided Jack Heath with the opportunity to exorcise some of his own demons while changing the lives of many at-risk 14-25 year old Australians. "Jack had the reputation of being a 'Superman' - he had this tremendous drive to make a difference. Resigning his position from Keating's office was definitely the hardest thing he has ever had to do. Once he'd done that, he then had to face everything about himself. It was like he threw himself off a cliff." - Michael Rennie, benefactor and friend. When the interactive Reach Out website was established in 1997, Australia had one of the highest rates of youth suicide in the western world. Over the past decade, suicide among young Australians has almost halved - an extraordinary public health achievement. This is a story about a high flyer whose personal commitment to the cause helped achieve this significant reversal - and who now aims to replicate Australia's success internationally. Producer: Renata Gombac Executive Producer: Deborah Fleming

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Inside Hillsong/Mean Streets/Naughty But Nice

Seven  |  May 16, 2010
The story, 'Inside Hillsong', investigates the Hillsong church. The story, 'Mean streets', examines the potential problems and issues tourists could face when they head to ...

The story, 'Inside Hillsong', investigates the Hillsong church. The story, 'Mean streets', examines the potential problems and issues tourists could face when they head to South Africa for the 2010 World Cup. The story, 'Naughty but nice', features an interview with Christina Aguilera.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: High Drama/Fight of Their Lives/The Letter

Seven  |  September 19, 2010
In ‘High Drama’ Mike Munro finds out how a routine skydive turned to disaster in just minutes. In ‘Fight of their Lives’, Borneo's pygmy elephants and orungutans are in the ...

In ‘High Drama’ Mike Munro finds out how a routine skydive turned to disaster in just minutes. In ‘Fight of their Lives’, Borneo's pygmy elephants and orungutans are in the fight of their lives as palm oil plantations are virtually wiping out their rainforests and in ‘The Letter’, after 21 years of torment and unanswered questions, Liz Seccuro finally gets the justice she has been searching for.

The Project
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The Project: May 22, 2017

Ten  |  May 22, 2017
With co-host Sarrah Le Marquand and special guest Tim Ross, we discuss "fake" refugees, the latest on Cassie Sainsbury, the new avolatte trend, and the single biggest ...

With co-host Sarrah Le Marquand and special guest Tim Ross, we discuss "fake" refugees, the latest on Cassie Sainsbury, the new avolatte trend, and the single biggest philanthropic donation in Australian history.

The Project
41:33

The Project: June 12, 2017

TEN  |  June 12, 2017
Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Tommy Little and Gretel Killeen as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guest: Dr Jane ...

Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Tommy Little and Gretel Killeen as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guest: Dr Jane Goodall.

Lateline
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Lateline: June 26, 2017

ABC  |  June 26, 2017
Leaked Tape Reveals Divisions In The Liberal Party Bitter divisions in the Liberal party have been exposed yet again, brought on by a leaked tape of frontbencher Christopher ...

Leaked Tape Reveals Divisions In The Liberal Party Bitter divisions in the Liberal party have been exposed yet again, brought on by a leaked tape of frontbencher Christopher Pyne publicly gloating about his role in the factional "winners' circle". Political correspondent David Lipson reports. Interview: Ben Myers, Executive Director, Retirement Living Council Emma Alberici speaks to the executive director of retirement living at the Property Council, Ben Myers, about allegations of unfair pricing by retirement village company Aveo, aired in a joint investigation by Four Corners and Fairfax Media. Youth Worker Les Twentyman Reflects On The Highs And Lows Of His Career For more than three decades, Les Twentyman has been pounding the streets of Melbourne, trying to support young people who are homeless, drug-dependent or caught up in gang life. Now he is sharing his gritty stories and reflections on life with Lateline's Sarah Farnsworth.

Hack Live
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Hack Live: Is Male Privilege Bullsh!t?

ABC2 / KIDS  |  June 20, 2017
Tom Tilley brings men's rights activists and feminists together to find out what it is that we just can't agree on?

Tom Tilley brings men's rights activists and feminists together to find out what it is that we just can't agree on?

Lateline
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Lateline: April 6, 2017

ABC  |  April 6, 2017
Will The NT Government Lift Its Ban On Fracking? The Northern Territory is believed to hold enough gas to power the nation for 200 years. The federal government wants to open ...

Will The NT Government Lift Its Ban On Fracking? The Northern Territory is believed to hold enough gas to power the nation for 200 years. The federal government wants to open up those reserves by putting pressure on the NT to lift a moratorium. But there's widespread concern about how the hydraulic fracturing process - or fracking - would affect the land, Jane Bardon reports. Interview: Minister For Resources And Northern Australia Matt Canavan Jeremy Fernandez speaks to the minister for resources and Northern Australia, Matt Canavan, about the debate over fracking in the Northern Territory. Interview: Palestinian Author Laila El-Haddad Jeremy Fernandez speaks to Palestinian author and blogger Laila El-Haddad about food, politics and identity in the Gaza strip.

The Weekly With Charlie Pickering
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The Weekly With Charlie Pickering

ABC  |  May 3, 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 Mix
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The Mix: April 16, 2017

ABC  |  April 16, 2017
James Valentine presents the latest on the arts, showbiz, culture and entertainment. Get your weekly fix of culture from the ABC's best arts reporters and contributors.

James Valentine presents the latest on the arts, showbiz, culture and entertainment. Get your weekly fix of culture from the ABC's best arts reporters and contributors.

The Weekly With Charlie Pickering
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The Weekly With Charlie Pickering

ABC  |  May 10, 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: October 27, 2017

TEN  |  October 27, 2017
With special guests Joel Creasey and Sophie and Stu, we discuss the Syngap gene, the latest on the high court decision, and the recently released JFK files.

With special guests Joel Creasey and Sophie and Stu, we discuss the Syngap gene, the latest on the high court decision, and the recently released JFK files.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Long Way From Home (Part 2)

ABC  |  July 17, 2017
This week concludes the two-part story of Englishwoman Rosie Ayliffe, whose 20-year-old daughter was murdered last year in a Queensland backpacker hostel. Mia Ayliffe-Chung ...

This week concludes the two-part story of Englishwoman Rosie Ayliffe, whose 20-year-old daughter was murdered last year in a Queensland backpacker hostel. Mia Ayliffe-Chung was stabbed to death as was fellow British backpacker Tom Jackson, who heroically came to Mia's aid. Shortly after Mia's death Rosie Ayliffe became aware of widespread sexual and financial exploitation of workers involved in the 88-day farm-work scheme that Mia and Tom had embarked upon. Both Mia and Tom were involved in the scheme to secure a second year in Australia on their 417 visas. Rosie does not want her daughter's death to be in vain so she is on a mission to protect the lives of other young travellers she feels are in danger. In this week's episode she travels to Australia to find out more about the 88-day farm-work scheme, hearing first-hand accounts of the kinds of exploitation she is determined to stamp out. She also makes an emotional return to the place where her daughter died.

The Project
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The Project: September 21, 2017

TEN  |  September 21, 2017
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Tommy Little and Fitzy as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics.

Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Tommy Little and Fitzy as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics.

The Project
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The Project: September 18, 2017

TEN  |  September 18, 2017
With special guests Morgan Evans and Samuel Johnson and guest host Gretel Killeen. Plus stories on the Emmy Awards, testing grade 1 students and remembering the life of Connie ...

With special guests Morgan Evans and Samuel Johnson and guest host Gretel Killeen. Plus stories on the Emmy Awards, testing grade 1 students and remembering the life of Connie Johnson.

Lateline
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Lateline: September 13, 2017

ABC  |  September 13, 2017
What The Landscape Could Look Like Under Changes To Media Ownership Laws The government is closing in on securing the vital votes it needs to get changes to Australia's media ...

What The Landscape Could Look Like Under Changes To Media Ownership Laws The government is closing in on securing the vital votes it needs to get changes to Australia's media laws through parliament. Matt Wordsworth looks at the major changes we are expecting. Interview: Michelle Rowland, Shadow Communications Minister Emma Alberici speaks to Shadow Communications Minister Michelle Rowland about the debate over media reform in parliament. Restaurateurs Fear Changes To 457 Visa Program Will Hurt Food Industry Some of Australia's top chefs and restaurant owners are warning their businesses are being put at risk due to a skills shortage in hospitality that is being exacerbated by the government's changes to the 457 visa program. Emily Stewart reports. Interview: Valerie Jarrett, Former Presidential Adviser Emma Alberici speaks to Barack Obama's longest-serving senior adviser Valerie Jarrett about the escalating tensions between the US and North Korea, and how Mr Obama is adjusting to life outside the White House.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Eye Spy/All Of Me

Seven  |  September 10, 2017
Eye Spy They're ordinary people with extraordinary powers - they never forget a face. Now, super recognisers are being used to fight crime. In this report, Steve Pennells puts ...

Eye Spy They're ordinary people with extraordinary powers - they never forget a face. Now, super recognisers are being used to fight crime. In this report, Steve Pennells puts Australia's top super recognisers to the test. All Of Me In many ways, Jessica Mayer is a normal, happy 25-year-old woman. But Jess shares her life with four other people, her 'alters', who live inside her mind and body. Melissa Doyle travelled to Wales to meet them all.

The Project
44:33

The Project: August 3, 2017

TEN  |  August 3, 2017
With guest host Gretel Killeen, we chat to Matty J, discuss the cricket pay deal, overweight models, New Zealand pollie baby anger, Sydney's homeless camp, plus Carrie brings ...

With guest host Gretel Killeen, we chat to Matty J, discuss the cricket pay deal, overweight models, New Zealand pollie baby anger, Sydney's homeless camp, plus Carrie brings you this week's Good News!

Lateline
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Lateline: August 3, 2017

ABC  |  August 3, 2017
Interview: Warren Entsch, Liberal National MP Emma Alberici speaks to MP Warren Entsch about an upcoming meeting of Liberal MPs to address divisions in the party on whether ...

Interview: Warren Entsch, Liberal National MP Emma Alberici speaks to MP Warren Entsch about an upcoming meeting of Liberal MPs to address divisions in the party on whether and how to legalise same-sex marriage. Former High Court Judge Calls For Australian Courts To Move Online About half the world's population is connected to the internet, so it's hardly surprising that the justice system is starting to go digital. An online court has been created in Canada, and now former Australian High Court judge Michael Kirby has joined calls for Australia's judicial system to move online. John Stewart reports. Interview: Ben Kamisar, US Political Reporter Emma Alberici speaks to writer for the US political website, The Hill, Ben Kamisar about the Trump administration's unveiling of a new immigration plan based in part on the Australian system and the passing of legislation that places new sanctions on Russia.

Lateline
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Lateline: July 27, 2017

ABC  |  July 27, 2017
Confusion After Trump Transgender Ban Officials in Washington are scrambling to catch up with US President Donald Trump's latest policy turn. In a surprise move, the president ...

Confusion After Trump Transgender Ban Officials in Washington are scrambling to catch up with US President Donald Trump's latest policy turn. In a surprise move, the president has announced transgender people will no longer be allowed to serve in the military. The development comes in the middle of another chaotic week at the White House. Michael Vincent reports. Interview: Michael Warren, The Weekly Standard Jeremy Fernandez speaks to senior writer at The Weekly Standard, Michael Warren, about the US president's decision to ban transgender people from serving in the military, as well as the other troubles Donald Trump is facing, including his attempts to overturn Obamacare, and his continued undermining of his own attorney-general. Interview: Tom Iggulden, Political Correspondent Jeremy Fernandez speaks to political correspondent Tom Iggulden about claims One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts holds dual citizenship. University Opens Doors To Skateboarding Scholars Skateboarding is increasingly being recognised as a professional sport and will be an official event at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. Now one Australian university has awarded skateboarding scholarships to two of Australia's best young prospects for the games. One of them is 20-year-old Mikey Mendoza. Naomi Selvaratnam produced this report.

Australian Story
30:24

Australian Story: Playing With Fire

ABC  |  July 31, 2017
Labor Senator Sam Dastyari was a rising star in the halls of Parliament House, until a political donations scandal brought him undone last year. The colourful 34-year-old ...

Labor Senator Sam Dastyari was a rising star in the halls of Parliament House, until a political donations scandal brought him undone last year. The colourful 34-year-old senator came to Australia as a four-year-old, having fled the religious regime in Iran with his sister and parents. He was a gifted student and joined the Labor Party at just 16, enjoying a meteoric rise through the party all the way to the shadow ministry. But when news broke that he had asked a business with links to the Chinese government to pay an office travel bill, the senator became embroiled in a deepening scandal which cost him his spot on the opposition frontbench. Sam Dastyari talks exclusively to Australian Story, answering lingering questions about his conduct.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: The Whole Story/Food For Thought

Seven  |  October 8, 2017
The Whole Story You may think you know all there is to know about Australia's queen of television, but for the first time, Kerri-Anne Kennerley is opening about her dark ... ...

The Whole Story You may think you know all there is to know about Australia's queen of television, but for the first time, Kerri-Anne Kennerley is opening about her dark past. Food For Thought Maggie Beer is one of the country's most adored and respected cooks - and now there's another reason to love her. She's just released a new cookbook full of recipes to help prevent Alzheimer's.

Behind the News
24:27

Behind the News: The Coalition/International Women's Day/Mardi Gras History/Dingo Heroes/Racing Class

ABC ME  |  March 5, 2018
The Coalition Our next 'Ask a Reporter" topic Recently the federal National party elected a new leader, named Michael McCormack. Soon after, the Australian Government swore in ...

The Coalition Our next 'Ask a Reporter" topic Recently the federal National party elected a new leader, named Michael McCormack. Soon after, the Australian Government swore in a new Deputy Prime Minister, also named Michael McCormack. That important role is always given to the leader of the Nationals as part of its agreement with the Liberal party. But when did this agreement start? And what's in it for both sides? International Women's Day The 8th of March is International Women's Day, when we're encouraged to learn more about the inequality faced by women and girls everywhere. But it's also a time to celebrate some of the amazing contributions women have made. To get you started, we'll run through some of the major milestones in the fight for women's rights and find out about a new ABC kids podcast that highlights the inspiring stories behind some of Australia's most inspiring women. Mardi Gras History It's a celebration attended by hundreds of thousands of people every year and this year it turns 40. But how did Sydney's Mardi Gras festival actually begin? We'll take you back in history to find out. Dingo Heroes A new study has found that sometimes dingoes can become unlikely heroes to small native animals. The wild dogs hunt feral predators like foxes and cats and, in the process, protect smaller native mammals that would usually be their dinner. Racing Class This weekend Australia's best V8 Supercar drivers will take part in the Adelaide 500. But before they hit the track, they'll be grilled by a group of school kids as part of a junior press conference. We tagged along to find out how these rookie reporters go - and discover what other lessons these kids can be taught in pit lane.

Behind the News
24:36

Behind the News: Cricket Ball Tampering/Facebook Data/Aboriginal Flag History/Viking Myths/E-sports League

ABC ME  |  April 3, 2018
Cricket Ball Tampering It's the controversy that's had the whole country talking. Some of our biggest Australian cricket players have now apologised after being caught ...

Cricket Ball Tampering It's the controversy that's had the whole country talking. Some of our biggest Australian cricket players have now apologised after being caught breaking the rules during a test match in South Africa. Facebook Data The founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, has said sorry after more than 50 million of his social media site's users had their personal information taken. He's also announced changes to help better protect privacy. But that hasn't stopped some people from saying it's time we logged off Facebook for good. Aboriginal Flag History After a long fight, the Alice Springs Local Council has voted to fly the Aboriginal flag on Anzac Hill. It's actually the area that inspired the flag's design. Here's more on the decision and the history behind the flag itself. Viking Myths A new museum exhibition in Melbourne is hoping to debunk some of the myths surrounding Vikings, a group of people that lived in Northern Europe from the 8th to the 11th century. E-sports League Schools around the country have been asked to submit teams for the first ever National High School E-Sports league starting later this year. The competition will pit teams against each other in League of Legends.

The Project
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The Project: February 1, 2017

Ten  |  February 1, 2017
With guests Tziporah Malkah, previously known as Kate Fischer, and the new Bachelor of the Year Ryan Anderson. Plus, guest host Rachel Corbett. And stories on the US ...

With guests Tziporah Malkah, previously known as Kate Fischer, and the new Bachelor of the Year Ryan Anderson. Plus, guest host Rachel Corbett. And stories on the US backtracking on our refugee deal, Dr Google and Aussie kids becoming food snobs.

The Project
43:54

The Project: March 3, 2016

Ten  |  March 3, 2016
Join the hosts and guest panellists as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. It's news delivered differently.

Join the hosts and guest panellists as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. It's news delivered differently.

The Project
44:46

The Project: December 1, 2016

Ten  |  December 1, 2016
With guest host Dr Chris Brown, and stories on the last day of Parliament, West Papua, the end of Dolly magazine, and the week's good news.

With guest host Dr Chris Brown, and stories on the last day of Parliament, West Papua, the end of Dolly magazine, and the week's good news.

The Project
49:00

The Project: November 22, 2016

Ten  |  November 22, 2016
With guest Robbie Williams, plus guest host Amanda Keller, and stories on thunderstorm asthma, euthanasia, and impeaching Donald Trump.

With guest Robbie Williams, plus guest host Amanda Keller, and stories on thunderstorm asthma, euthanasia, and impeaching Donald Trump.

Sunday Night
42:36

Sunday Night: About Face/Chasing History/The Voice/The Fighting Cholitas

Seven  |  October 30, 2016
About Face Radio personality Dr Karl Kruszelnicki has lifted the lid on a bizarre but serious condition which prevents thousands of Australians from being able to recognise ...

About Face Radio personality Dr Karl Kruszelnicki has lifted the lid on a bizarre but serious condition which prevents thousands of Australians from being able to recognise faces, even their own. What might sound like an excuse for poor memory is actually neurological defect causing facial features to become visually meaningless. Dr Karl couldn't even recognise the face of reporter Steve Pennells when he was sitting right in front of him and revealed the only way he can greet people when he is at work in the Triple J office is to have a seating plan on-hand. Hairstyle, glasses or body shape are key indicators to people suffering from face blindness - or prosopagnosia - but relying on facial features is almost impossible. Chasing History Katelyn Mallyon ditched a modelling contract to fulfil her dream of riding in the Melbourne Cup, and even a near-fatal fall couldn't deter her from making it there. On Tuesday she aims to make history as the second woman in as many years to win the iconic race. Last year, the nation cheered loudly as Michelle Payne rode her 100-1 outsider to an unexpected and extraordinary Melbourne Cup victory. Katelyn and Michelle train together under the guidance of millionaire thoroughbred owner Lloyd Williams. The Voice Michael Buble's new album Nobody But Me may pay homage to some of his favourite names in music, but there's was one track that ruffled his 'feminist' feathers. A cover of the 1961 Matt Monro hit 'My Kind of Girl' features on it, along with Buble's new hits, but the line "She cooks like an angel cooks" was changed because he felt it was "wrong". "I know that a long time ago that seemed to be socially acceptable," he said. "I changed the lyrics to, 'And I'm hooked, after just one look', because 'She cooks like an angel cooks' just seems really wrong at this point ... I'm a feminist," he admitted to Sunday Night. "Oh my God, I am in so much trouble after this interview." The Fighting Cholitas Elaborately dressed women wrestling in a boxing ring is easily among the world's more bizarre customs but in Bolivia it represents women overcoming hundreds of years of oppression. Some to the proud women called cholitas and their wrestling spectacle, once the lowest of the low in Bolivian society, they were the native maids to the higher classes and treated with fierce discrimination. Denys Sanjines is proud to be a cholita and has witnessed the culture of disrespect overturned in just the last decade. When Bolivia elected its first indigenous president in the 1990s, Evo Morales, the locals rose up and young women found pride in their heritage.

The Project
47:08

The Project: October 28, 2016

Ten  |  October 28, 2016
With guest Matty J from The Bachelor, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on mosquitoes, family violence summit, names that match jobs, and ...

With guest Matty J from The Bachelor, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on mosquitoes, family violence summit, names that match jobs, and living forever.

The Project
48:08

The Project: January 13, 2017

Ten  |  January 13, 2017
With guests Serena Williams, Hugh Riminton and Damien Power, plus guest hosts Hamish Macdonald, Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo, and Rachel Corbett, and stories on identity cards, sugar ...

With guests Serena Williams, Hugh Riminton and Damien Power, plus guest hosts Hamish Macdonald, Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo, and Rachel Corbett, and stories on identity cards, sugar babies, Jacketgate and political expenses.

The Project
40:25

The Project: September 29, 2016

Ten  |  September 29, 2016
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Peter Helliar & Fitzy as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Kate Ritchie.

Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Peter Helliar & Fitzy as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Kate Ritchie.

The Project
44:36

The Project: October 9, 2015

Ten  |  October 9, 2015
With guests Brett Lee, Joel Edgerton, Davey from the Bachelorette and guest hosts Gorgi, Meshel, and Lehmo and stories on mental health, the all lady Bathurst team, the ...

With guests Brett Lee, Joel Edgerton, Davey from the Bachelorette and guest hosts Gorgi, Meshel, and Lehmo and stories on mental health, the all lady Bathurst team, the placebo effect, and Islam in Australia.

The Project
42:25

The Project: February 29, 2016

Ten  |  February 29, 2016
Join Waleed, Carrie, Pete & Steve Price as they dissect, digest and re-constitute the daily news, events and hot topics. Plus, Ange Bishop with all the goss, shocks, winners ...

Join Waleed, Carrie, Pete & Steve Price as they dissect, digest and re-constitute the daily news, events and hot topics. Plus, Ange Bishop with all the goss, shocks, winners and losers from the Oscars!

The Project
45:44

The Project: January 27, 2016

Ten  |  January 26, 2016
Join the hosts and guest panellists as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. It's news delivered differently.

Join the hosts and guest panellists as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. It's news delivered differently.

The Project
42:37

The Project: September 20, 2016

Ten  |  September 20, 2016
With guest Christian Porter, plus guest hosts Hamish Macdonald & Sarrah Le Marquand, and stories on welfare reform, insurance fight over mould, child brides, catching the New ...

With guest Christian Porter, plus guest hosts Hamish Macdonald & Sarrah Le Marquand, and stories on welfare reform, insurance fight over mould, child brides, catching the New York bomber, and career changes.

The Project
44:06

The Project: September 14, 2016

Ten  |  September 14, 2016
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar & Sarrah Le Marquand as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guest: Lachy Hulme.

Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar & Sarrah Le Marquand as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guest: Lachy Hulme.

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Eplore changing experiences of democracy and citizenship through the stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples focusing on land rights and the significance of Mabo Day.
A royal wedding is a marriage ceremony involving members of royal family. This week we are celebrating the royal event the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
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