With Chris Pratt, plus guest host Gretel Killeen and stories on real-looking toy guns, the truth about wind farms, eating habits from around the nation, the 30 year old missing person's case of Rueben Mattathyahu, the couple who'll divorce if gay marriage is legalised.
With guest hosts Natarsha Belling and Steve Vizard, and guests Holly Madison and Jimeoin, and stories on the murder of AFL coach Phil Walsh, Samara goes to Disney on Ice, and Indigenous boxing identity Boyd Scully faces his toughest bout yet.
With guests Liam Hemsworth, Dr Bridie O'Donnell, Samantha Maiden and Lehmo, plus guest host Chris Bath, and stories on a hangover cure, the blind veteran doing Tough Mudder, outrage about pregnant detainee returned to Nauru, and the "lazy tax".
With guests Omid Djalili, Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, Hyla and Christian Porter, plus guest host Liz Ellis, and stories on the murders of Karlie and Khandalyce Pearce, the Stocco fugitives, nuclear power and Joe Hockey's valedictory.
With guests Sharri Markson and Steve Price, plus guest host Jennifer Byrne, and stories on chiropracters, Oscars boycott, amputation by choice, could Abbott be PM again, Cleo closing, and the pensioner who took on a snake.
With guest hosts Matt White, Gorgi Coghlan, and Steve Price, and guests, Amy Adams, and Tom Green. Plus stories, the Brussels aftermath, marriage after transitioning, and dodgy Liberal party donations.
With guests Gina Liano, Steve Clemons, Dr Bridie O'Donnell and Samantha Maiden, plus guest host Anjali Rao, and stories on government leaks, the Iowa Presidential caucuses, rape advocate to visit Australia, and home schooling.
With guests Tommy Tiernan, Sam and Sasha from the Bachelorette and Samantha Maiden, plus guest hosts Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on spoilers, CBA's home loan rate rise, a cake making teen, garage sales and Erik Abetz.
With guests Stephen Fry and Steve Price, plus guest hosts Hugh Riminton and Jennifer Byrne, and stories on primary school starting age, PrEP treatment for AIDS, attitudes to climate change, and billions of flies.
Hamish and Andy and guest host Gretel Killeen, and stories on our new Ultimate Frisbee champs, Bob Katter's hat rage, concrete cancer attacking the Gold Coast, and Bill Shorten's Royal Commission testimony.
With guest host Fifi Box, and stories on the toxic threat of nail salons, the problem with plastic bags, the Australian tree-climbing championships, the scientists interested in surfer's bums and the future of Aussie-made labelling.
Guests Dannii Minogue, Chloe McCardel and Barrie Cassidy, and guest hosts Tommy Little and Fifi Box. Plus stories on the same-sex marriage plebiscite, Sydney crime raids, exploding cars and raptor head thieves.
With guests, Isla Fisher, Adam Voigt and Magda Szubanski and special guest host Christopher Pyne. Plus stories on the cost of our pollies' dual-citizenship dramas, marriage equality, extreme beauty methods and livestream school bullying.
Join co-hosts Matt White, Tommy Little and Meshel Laurie, as we discuss hacked emails, ACCC petrol prices, Lemon Caravans, the tragic Sydney botched boob job, and whether schools should have etiquette classes.
Harry And Meghan
It's the whirlwind fairytale romance that has captivated the world. Could Prince Harry and his American actress sweetheart, Meghan Markle, soon be heading to the altar?
It may come as a shock to her millions of fans, but there was a time when Dawn French didn't think she'd be around for her 60th birthday. Thankfully, she's made it and is celebrating that milestone - reflecting on her stellar career and eventful life in an interview with Steve Pennells.
With guests Rebel Wilson and Brittany Snow, John Cena, Kate McClymont and Lucy McDonald, plus guest host Gretel Killeen, and stories on the Bali volcano, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's engagement, and Don Burke's harassment response.
The story, 'The killer within', special investigation into why the system failed the Abrahimzadeh children and their mother Zahra, after a history of domestic violence. The story, 'Sun, sand and surgery', investigates the booming business of medical tourism. The story, 'Kerri-Anne's personal battle', travels with Kerri-Anne Kennerley to Kenya where Rhino hunting is so popular the species is in danger of becoming extinct. The story, 'Glen Campbell', features an interview with country and western legend Glen Campbell as he talks about Alzheimer's disease.
For the first time, David Hicks speaks out. From childhood in Adelaide, to war in Afghanistan and Pakistan to six years of hell in Guantanamo Bay and his life now, it's time for his controversial story to be told.
Stories include, 'Further Greek bailout deal inches closer', 'Bali Nine smuggler loses death sentence appeal', 'US vows to hunt down new Al Qaeda chief', 'Climate change will end economic growth', 'Famous Vienna art exhibit opens in Melbourne', 'Malaysia refugee deal nears agreement', 'Victorian government starts search for new police chief', 'Japan's tsunami survivors face mental challenge'.
With guests Tom Holland and Robert Downey Jr, plus guest hosts Tommy Little and Gretel Killeen, and stories on Aussie tennis crisis, Ed Sheeran quitting Twitter, North Korea launching ICBM, concert ticket prices, and finding the treasure in trash.
With co-host Matt White, we meet the man set to become the youngest-ever senator, 10-year-old Luca who wants to become the AFL's first player with a prosthetic, Roger the Kangaroo, and discuss euthanasia in Victoria.
He's a superstar athlete on the tennis court, one of Australia's best. But Bernard Tomic has generated far more headlines for his arrogant behaviour than his undeniable talent. Now, Bernard is facing up to his critics in an exclusive interview with Melissa Doyle.
Meet Vivienne and Pete, two Aussie parents going undercover to rescue the world's most vulnerable children from child slavery. This operation has been a year in the planning. Matt Doran joined the team as it all went down.
Preview: Diana, Our Mother
It's Diana's story as you've never heard it before - in the words of her two sons. Princes William and Harry open up about their mother for the first time in this touching documentary. Coming soon to Seven.
She was stabbed in the neck by a terrorist in a murderous rampage on the streets of London, but Australian woman Candice Hedge is determined to stay strong in the face of terrorism. Candice is recovering in intensive care after surgery to repair a deep stab wound to her throat. It's difficult for her to talk, but she has a story she wants to tell.
On June 3 Candice and her boyfriend, Luke, were working together at Elliot's Cafe, a restaurant in the Borough Market district. Just before 10pm, three men in a van ploughed into a crowd of pedestrians on London Bridge. The vehicle continued down Borough Hills Street before crashing into a pub near Elliot's Cafe. Armed with knives, the three men began stabbing innocent members of the public at random, making their way closer and closer to the restaurant. Luke rushed to protect the staff and customers, ushering them downstairs to the kitchen. But when he couldn't find Candice, he quickly realised she was still upstairs. In the chaos of the invasion, the unthinkable happened: Candice had been stabbed.
Trapped and critically injured after a horrifying car accident on an isolated country road, Melissa Jones thought she was going to die. Mel would spend nearly 11 hours clinging to life and hoping rescuers would find her. On February 26, Melissa left her home in Tumut NSW to visit her daughter in Mudgee, 500km away. But four hours into her journey, Mel's vehicle veered off the road and flipped, landing on its side in a ditch.
Miraculously, her phone was within reach and she managed to call triple-0 for help. But being unfamiliar with the remote area around her, Mel couldn't tell the operator where she was. Mel's phone - her only lifeline to her rescuers - ran out just over an hour after the crash. In a desperate effort to save her life, NSW police and SES workers began scouring a massive 300 square kilometre search area. Mel suffered head trauma, internal bleeding and broken bones in her leg, hip and pelvis, but she is just happy to be alive.
It's the most remarkable bond formed by an unlikely pair: An Australian ultra-marathon runner and a scruffy desert dog. Through one of the most gruelling foot races on Earth, in one of the most isolated locations, a stray chihuahua cross was about to change Dion Leonard's life forever. On the first day of the week-long race aross China's desolate Gobi Desert, Dion noticed the stray wandering around the camp. But when the race began and the 100 competitors took off from the starting line, Dion was surprised to find the dog running alongside him.
For each leg of the exhausting race, the little dog - who Dion named Gobi after the desert they were running across - followed him stride-for-stride. After the pair finished the race together in second place, Dion knew his adventures with Gobi weren't over. He made it his mission to bring his new best friend back to his home in Scotland. But while Gobi was in quarantine in the Chinese city of Urumqi, she went missing. A social media campaign to find her quickly went viral and Dion was soon being bombarded with 200 leads daily - but each tip-off seemed to be a dead end.
With guests Ben Mendelsohn, Peter Dutton and Dr Bridie O'Donnell, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on four-day weeks, the Aussie Russian choir, patriotic citizens, risky tourism, and vibrating exercise machines.
With co-host Fitzy, we discuss Rebel Wilson's court case win, the latest on the London fire, the upcoming Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor fight. Plus Carrie Bickmore brings us all the good news from around the world!
With guests Joel Creasy, Mark Pesce, Dr Anne Aly and Dr Bridie O'Donnell, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on the tampon tax, the demise of the payphone and have a special dinner with Matt Preston.
Join Hamish MacDonald, Gorgi Coghlan, Pete Helliar and Fitzy for updates on Trump and the footy cocaine scandal, and stories on Turnbull's war with the banks and when you should tip, plus guest Petula Clark joins us at the desk!
Guest Alastair MacGibbon and guest host Rachel Corbett. Plus stories on hacking of key defence data, 15 years since the Bali Bombing, the latest on the Harvey Weinstein saga and the good news from around the world.