With guests Moetley Cruee, Malcolm Turnbull, Asher Keddie, Vincent Fantauzzo, Joel Creasey, Barrie Cassidy, Steve Price, Dr Bridie O'Donnell, plus guest host Todd Sampson, and stories on the budget, Simpsons pixel artists, and salt.
Interview: Former Ambassador To Thailand John Mccarthy
Former ambassador to Thailand John McCarthy joins Lateline as news breaks of the Thai king's death.
Interview: Former French Ambassador Jean-David Levitte
Former French ambassador to the US and the UN, Jean-David Levitte, joins Lateline to discuss the rise of populist politics.
Thailand Faces Uncertain Future After King Bhumibol Adulyadej Dies
With Thailand's King gravely ill, there are fears his death could bring political instability to the region.
Chasing The High: Australian BASE Jumpers Searching For World's Best Jumps
Australian BASE jumpers say they've been forced to take their sport overseas because of strict laws in Australia. Lateline follows some of them as they leap off one of Malaysia's highest structures.
Interview: Correspondent Sam Hawley In Bangkok
South-East Asia correspondent Samantha Hawley joins Lateline from outside the Bangkok hospital where Thailand's king is being treated. Hundreds of supporters have gathered amid mounting fears an announcement on his death is imminent.
Stories include, 'Bob Brown stands down as Greens leader', 'Christine Milne to lead Greens', 'Calls for Royal Commission into Catholic Church', 'Lawyer investigates US phone hacking', 'British consider plain packaging for cigarettes', 'North Korean rocket launch spurns concerns despite failure', 'Weekly market wrap' and 'Duo conquer sailing regatta, aim for Paralympics'.
Around three per cent of Australians experience OCD in their lifetime, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. And you can't be "a little bit OCD". The real thing is debilitating. So when does an obsession cross the line? What distinguishes a passionate, driving obsession from something more serious?
Stories include, 'Priority to jobs and growth', 'Return to surplus in four years', 'Finance Minister, Penny Wong discusses the budget', 'Opposition Finance Minister, Andrew Robb', 'Press verdict', 'Political media panel', 'University students and staff clash with police', 'Boat passengers go missing' and 'Rescued woman speaks of ordeal'.
Stories include: 'Dementia: the shocking legacy of England's 1966 World Cup triumph', 'Political donations debate', 'Interview: Shadow Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus', 'James Hardie unlikely to pay compensation for Aboriginal kids exposed to asbestos'
DEMENTIA: THE SHOCKING LEGACY OF ENGLAND'S 1966 WORLD CUP TRIUMPH
Teammates and family members of England's winning 1966 World Cup team are searching for answers as to why an unusually high number of players are developing dementia.
POLITICAL DONATIONS DEBATE
Political correspondent Sabra Lane takes a close look at the current political donations debate heating up in Canberra.
INTERVIEW: SHADOW ATTORNEY-GENERAL MARK DREYFUS
Shadow Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus discusses political donations with 7.30's Hayden Cooper.
JAMES HARDIE UNLIKELY TO PAY COMPENSATION FOR ABORIGINAL KIDS EXPOSED TO ASBESTOS
An Aboriginal man has developed the fatal asbestos cancer mesothelioma after playing in the tailings from James Hardie's white asbestos mine at Baryulgil, in northern NSW, when he was a child.
With guests Human Nature, Dr Bridie O'Donnell and Richard Marles, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on Donald Turnbull's stance on Donald Trump's travel ban, public v private education, the young man and elderly women housemates, and Dawn's fight to come home.
Q and A returns for 2015 with the following panel: Barnaby Joyce - Minister for Agriculture, Wayne Swan - former Treasurer, Larissa Waters - Queensland Greens Senator, John Madigan - Independent Senator for Victoria and Jacqui Lambie - Independent Senator for Tasmania.
Multi-million-dollar Fox Hunt 'Likely Based On Hoax'
A multi-million-dollar government program to eradicate foxes in Tasmania was quite likely based on faked evidence, according to a report leaked to the ABC.
Locals Losing Jobs To 457 Visa Holders In Geelong, Union Claims
Local workers are being overlooked for jobs at a Geelong construction site because the contractor is using foreign workers on 457 visas, the manufacturing union claims.
Victorian Government Moves Indigenous Children Out Of Adult Jail
The Victorian Government's decision to move a group of Indigenous children out of adult jail but leave other children there is causing concern.
Murray Darling Basin Concerns Resurface
Farmers across Australia are concerned about proposed changes to the Murray Darling Basin plan.
Malcolm Turnbull Announces Gonski 2.0
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced an increase in needs-based funding to schools. And he's even asked David Gonski to do another review of the education system. But is it really all about slaying ghosts of budgets past?
France Enters The Final Week Of A Surprising Presidential Election
One of two outsiders will be elected French president this weekend. On one side is Emmanuel Macron, who leads in all the polls. On the other, Marine Le Pen, a far-right, anti-immigration Euro-sceptic trying to distance herself from her party.
Meet Hans Zimmer - The Go-to Guy For Unforgettable Film Scores
If you've to a movie in the last 20 years, you probably have heard Hans Zimmer's music. From Batman to Driving Miss Daisy and Inception, he's one of the world's most prolific and successful film composers.
How Old Is Too Old To Give Birth?
Last year, a Melbourne woman gave birth to her first child at the age of 61. Shammi Pal says what should have been a joyous experience has been marred by the judgement of others.
Who's Who In Trump's Cabinet
Meet the key members of President-elect Donald Trump's cabinet.
One Nation Attempts Show Of Unity At Great Barrier Reef
After a week of division the One Nation party has gone to the Great Barrier Reef to make an attempt at a very public show of unity.
Inquiry Into Housing Affordability To Be Reinstated, Says Alexander
The Turnbull Government will reinstate an inquiry into the housing market which it put on hold at the last federal election, says Liberal MP John Alexander.
Terrorism Expert West On Capture Of Prakash
Levi West, director of terrorism studies at Charles Sturt University, joins 7.30 to discuss the arrest of Australian Islamic State terrorist Neil Prakash.
Australian Terrorist Prakash Arrested In Turkey
Six months ago we were told the Australian Islamic State terrorist Neil Prakash had been killed in an airstrike in Iraq. But today news emerged he was alive and had been arrested in Turkey.
The story, 'Brothers in arms', tells an inspiring story about two brothers who share a special bond. Tate Kemp has cerebral palsy, and his big brother Nash, promises to stand by him. The story, 'Captain Bridget', explains the situation of Bridget Clinch a former male soldier, fighting to stay in the army with her wife and two kids by her side. The story, 'The last flight', investigates one of the greatest aviation mysteries - the death of Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith.
With guests Kelly Clarkson and Gary Mehigan, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on the latest interest rate cut, Australia's most controversial sport, the Royal baby and would you give up sick days for more pay?
Stories include, 'Parliament resumes with new Speaker sworn in after travel entitlements saga', 'Computer hacking debate' and 'Aboriginal elders return to a fabled site where they and their ancestors conjured rain'.
Stories include, 'Lateline reveals the names of two politicians who failed to certify their entitlements expenditure', 'Interview Part One: Noel Pearson, Indigenous leader' and 'Interview Part Two: Noel Pearson, Indigenous leader'.
Stories include, 'Syrian refugee rescued in the Mediterranean talks about his new life in Germany', 'Interview: Sebastian Dullien, senior policy fellow at the European Council on foreign relations and Professor of international economics at HTW Berlin' and 'Interview: Dr Alan Finkel, newly-appointed Chief Scientist'.
Stories include, 'Embattled James Murdoch resigns from BSkyB', 'HSU investigation referred to prosecutors', 'Grimshaw resigns as casino inquiry continues', 'Calls to rethink approach to illicit drugs', 'Wong backs independent investigation into HSU', 'Victoria introduces anti-strike laws' and 'Maasai warriors take to the cricket pitch'.
Stories include, 'Kevin Rudd expresses sympathy to former Victorian Premier Ted Baillieu', 'New Victorian Premier, Denis Napthine, promises steady leadership', 'Kevin Rudd demands to know why he wasn't told about Prisoner X', 'Suspicious fire ends epic tree sit-in', 'Army psychologist condemns Defence Force over its handling of abuse cases', 'China blames the Dalai Lama and the western media for a spate of horrific self immolations', 'Leading dancer confesses to acid attack', 'Drug Scandal casts a cloud over the playing future of the Cronulla Sharks' and 'Interview with Opposition Immigration Spokesman, Scott Morrison'.
Stories include, 'Gillard's leadership in doubt', 'George Brandis joins Lateline', 'Taser footage released', 'Turkey expels Israeli ambassador', 'Libyan leaders promise timeline for elections', 'Women in the Arab Spring', 'The Long view on the economy', 'Technology gives Texas a second oil boom'.
Stories include, 'Gillard warns states on electricity pricing', 'Known white supremacist named as temple gunman', 'Rayney witness alleges police intimidation', 'Australian critic Robert Hughes dead at 74', 'Turnbull remembers Robert Hughes' and 'Mission Beach still rebuilding after Cyclone Yasi'.
Stories include, 'Senator Fisher to defend shoplifting charge', 'Christmas Island rioters separated', 'James Murdoch accused of misleading parliament', 'Eurozone approves Greek bailout package', 'The Greek deal is too late: Varoufakis', 'UN calls for talks on Africa', 'Perfect storm in Somalia: Robinson', 'Lucian Freud dead at 88'.
Stories include, 'Howard urges return to individual bargaining', 'Syrian rebels blame massacre on government', 'Roo meat still contaminated, says rights group', 'Qld wanted to lower environmental standards: Burke', 'Republicans show softer side of Mitt Romney' and 'Three rare coins exceed $800,000 at auction'.
Stories include, 'PM will fight for education funding', 'Phil Williams live from London', 'Church of Scientology denies holding woman in isolation', 'US soldiers told to leave Afghanistan', 'Interview with Education Minister, Peter Garrett', 'Churches protected by trust laws' and 'Asbestos in storm debris'.
Stories include, 'Mining tax brawl escalates in WA', 'President Obama outlines Middle East vision', 'Obama receives mixed reaction in Middle East', 'Ciobo and Cameron debate politics', 'Online gambling causing real problems', 'The Long view on the economy', 'Tour winner Armstrong used EPO: Hamilton', 'Electrodes help paraplegic walk'.
Stories include, 'Big bank bosses grilled at financial advice inquiry', 'Interview: UN Special Rapporteur Maria Grazia Giammarinaro' and 'Recognising the role of women in the Australian Defence Force'.
Stories include, 'Cuts at TGA as police say counterfeit drugs on the rise', 'Interview: Leonard Doyle, International Organisation for Migration', 'What happened to baby Sandra? Retta Dixon survivors search for answers 50 years on' and 'Team Venom enjoy mixed success at Speed Week in South Australia'.
Stories include, 'Exclusive interview: Paul Ronalds, Save The Children CEO', 'A rare look inside the secretive nation of North Korea reveals its people are still unable to move freely' and 'They travel long distances and eke out a modest living, and we find out just what life is like as a country jockey'.
The White Helmets Risk Everything To Save Lives Amongst The Rubble In Syria
After more than five years of war, Syria doesn't have an organised ambulance service but The White Helmets are a volunteer squad rescuing civilians in rebel held areas of the country.
Interview: Ammar Al Salmo, Leader Of The White Helmets In Aleppo
Ammar al Salmo tells Lateline about the realities of working under constant bombardment as a member of Syria's version of a civil defence force.
Lateline's Expert Panel Debates Whether An Inheritance Tax Is The Answer To Solving Australia's Housing Affordability Crisis
Interview: Jason Murphy, Melbourne economist and blogger; Jessica Irvine, senior economics writer, Sydney Morning Herald; Cameron Kusher, head of research at CoreLogic.
What's Google doing with your search results? -- With guest host Fifi Box and stories on NSW's wild weather, anxiety in toddlers, a woman giving away embryos, samurai robots, and where do trolls come from?
Living Black revisits the historical journey made 50 years ago by a group of University students led by Aboriginal activist Charles Perkins, who set off on a bus ride around regional New South Wales to expose racism and prejudice in regional NSW. What they encountered along the way showed just how prevalent segregation and injustice existed in Australia. The trip would prove to be a turning point in the Australian civil rights movement.
With guests Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Robert Lopez, Angela Bishop and Martin Flanagan, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on the Nepal earthquake, the Bali Two executions, the Book of Mormon, Black Summer, and Anzac Day tweet outrage.
'Nauru prepared to talk about asylum seekers', 'Police end Paramatta siege', 'Rebel victory in Libya seems certain', 'Afghanistan's future lies with its security forces', 'Email a smoking gun for News International', 'Cancer the alleged legacy of 9/11', 'Somare disqualified from PNG parliament', 'NSW budget slashes costs to rebuild'.
Stories include, 'US presidential campaign down to the wire', 'Rich Galen interview', 'Craig McMurtrie interview', 'Government and Opposition grapple with the books', 'Cardinal calls for end to loutish behaviour at St John's', 'Interview with Professor Roslyn Arnold', 'Damning report into NZ Pike River disaster' and 'Charles and Camilla visit Longreach'.
Stories include, 'Craig Thomson arrested', 'Abbott maps out campaign', 'Brandis calls timing of election announcement curious', 'Cameron forges ties with Algeria', 'UN diplomat survived being held hostage by Al Qaeda', 'Obeid son admits to getting inside information' and 'Downer has no plans to lead SA Libs'.
The story, 'Stalking terror', details Holly Graham's ordeal when her former boyfriend attempted to kill her after he stalked her for leaving him. The story, 'Iron man', talks to iron ore magnate, Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest about life as the nation's richest man, and his passion for providing opportunities for the future of Indigenous Australians. The story, 'Diamond uncut', features an interview with Neil Diamond about his career, as he continues to fire up his fans.
Stories include, 'ICAC probes "pervasive web of corruption''', 'ALMA launches new golden age of astronomy', 'Sartor challenges ALP to rethink union power', 'Tax forum produces proposals, no decisions', 'The wealthiest should give back: Carnegie' 'Australian shares physics Nobel Prize' and 'Knox acquittal leaves Kercher family confused'.
Stories include, 'Asylum seeker boat crew face charges', 'Immigration Department breached human rights: HRC', 'Investigation into ADFA calls for cultural change', 'Stephen Fry: It's all about sex and food', 'Government attacks News Ltd over leadership story' and 'Greek government could fall over Eurozone vote'.
Stories include, 'NASA celebrates as rover lands on Mars', 'Government bullying journalists, says Abbott', 'Syrian prime minister defects to Jordan', 'Power struggle could lead to catastrophic war', 'Chief NASA scientist discusses Mars rover', 'Drone attacks creating generation of resentment in Pakistan', 'Community grieves after Sikh massacre'.
Stories include, 'First death confirmed after Cyclone Yasi', 'Battered Tully retains community spirit', 'Providing essential services a major problem', 'Flood-hit Victoria braces for severe storms', 'Pitched battles fail to deter protesters', 'Egyptian army beginning to assert control', 'Viral video highlights Chinese satire', 'The Long view on the economy', 'Egypt's army the key to its future'.
Stories include, 'Tasers criticised after Sydney death', 'Abbott chose his words poorly', 'RBA leaves rates unchanged', 'Swan warns banks to hold fire on rates', 'Moneghetti vents on sauna conditions', 'Chile mine rescue nears end'.
Stories include, 'Live cross to Canberra correspondent', 'Senior Labor figure Tony Sheldon slams right-wing faction', 'Secret recordings reveal Obeid family's corrupt dealings', 'Meagher's accused murderer faces more rape charges', 'Interview with David Bradbury and Christopher Pyne' and 'Victorian abbatoir accused of cruel treatment of unwanted dairy calves'.
Stories include, 'Government polls plunge', 'Banks remain closed', 'US Supreme Court to examine gay rights', 'Sir Bob says foreign aid could stop the boats', 'Jones and Geldof say business must do good' and 'The middle class and radical Islam in Russia'.
Stories include, 'Qantas pilot alleges penalties for refusing extra time', 'Crash report recommends greater pilot training', 'Government attacks Opposition on policy', 'Fresh hacking claims hit News International', 'Libyan rebel commander assassinated', 'Boehner puts leadership on the line', 'Boehner weakened by failure: McMurtrie', 'The Long view on the US economy', 'Queensland flood victims await inquiry report', 'Darrow stands tall in Western legal history', 'Darrow biographer Farrell joins Lateline'.
The story, 'Ultimate betrayal', details the night Robert Farquharson cold bloodedly drove his three sons into a dark, freezing dam and drowned them in 2005. The story, 'Whale of a time', investigates the dwarf minke whales in the Great Barrier Reef. The story, 'Five days in hell', examines the response by authorities when Hurricane Katrina hit and how America failed its citizens.
Stories include, 'Milne steps into economic debate', 'Toyota shedding 350 worst performers', 'Satellites centre of new NBN brawl', 'New Qld Minister resigns over unlicensed driving', 'Education programs target pre-school children', 'Norway puts Anders Breivik on trial', 'Taliban attacks Kabul to refute weak' claims' and 'Syrian ceasefire appears to be unravelling'.
Stories include, 'Pressure on Gillard over soldier deaths', 'Experts question Afghan mission', 'Search called off for missing asylum seekers', 'Priest charged over concealing alleged sex crimes', 'Eastwood appearance upstages Romney' and 'McMurtrie joins Lateline' and 'Beevor joins Lateline'.
Stories include, 'Rinehart reportedly raises Fairfax stake again', 'Egypt in chaos after parliament ruled illegitimate', 'Greece readies for second parliamentary elections', 'Mal Brough caught up in Slipper case', 'Obama, Romney talk up economic future', 'Doco highlights Indigenous kids WWII trek' and 'Europe, Greece need to pool strengths'.
Stories include, 'Coup anniversary uncomfortable for Labor', 'Hanson's court costs referred to taxpayers', 'Government warned to hurry refugee case', 'Negotiators still confident in Tassie forest deal', 'Wong and Hunt debate the week in politics', 'Greek Parliament prepares for critical austerity vote', 'Samurai swordsmiths a dying breed', 'Lost emperor penguin taken to New Zealand zoo'.
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Ramadan, the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, is a special time for Muslims. See how the community fasts from dawn and dines together come sunset with Behind the News and Compass. (ACHASSK065,VCHHK077)