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Lateline
25:28

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
35:09

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
34:02

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
34:28

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.

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
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
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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.

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
46:38

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
28:38

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
34:41

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
28:56

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
28:15

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.

The Project
44:09

The Project: August 5, 2015

Ten  |  August 5, 2015
With guests Myf Warhurst, Kyle Sandilands, John Marsden, Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Bell, Hyla and Steve Price, plus guest host Todd Sampson, and ...

With guests Myf Warhurst, Kyle Sandilands, John Marsden, Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Bell, Hyla and Steve Price, plus guest host Todd Sampson, and stories on lying on social media, a computer whiz-kid, the overturned Carmichael.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: The Girl Behind The Mask/Standing Tall

Seven  |  October 5, 2014
Two and a half years ago, Dana Vulin suffered third-degree burns to her face and body when a jealous woman broke into her home, doused her with methylated spirits, setting her ...

Two and a half years ago, Dana Vulin suffered third-degree burns to her face and body when a jealous woman broke into her home, doused her with methylated spirits, setting her on fire. Dana has since worn a pressure suit and mask to relieve the pain but vowed that one day she would remove it. Tonight, she does just that and Sunday Night is there to witness the incredibly emotional transformation. Then, we chat with rising Aussie supermodel Robyn Lawley at her Marie Claire photo shoot in the island of Mykonos.

Lateline
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Lateline: July 14, 2014

ABC  |  July 14, 2014
Stories include, 'Take three on repeal of carbon tax', ' Pope labels paedophile priests "leprosy"', 'Thousands flee Gaza', 'Senator John Madigan interview', 'Time's up for ...

Stories include, 'Take three on repeal of carbon tax', ' Pope labels paedophile priests "leprosy"', 'Thousands flee Gaza', 'Senator John Madigan interview', 'Time's up for non-injectable Oxycontin, 'Xray investigation' and 'Costa Concordia refloated'.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Miley Cyrus - No Filter/Samantha X - Secret Double Life/The Lawless Roads

Seven  |  August 31, 2014
Imagine the most lawless roads on earth - filled with the worst drivers imaginable. In Russia, 30,000 people die in accidents each year. Add in a culture of bribery and ...

Imagine the most lawless roads on earth - filled with the worst drivers imaginable. In Russia, 30,000 people die in accidents each year. Add in a culture of bribery and corruption amongst traffic police, it's a recipe for disaster. Denham Hitchcock takes to the roads in Moscow to experience first-hand what it's really like and discovers what motorists are doing to protect themselves. Then, Chris Bath sits down with the controversial entertainer, Miley Cyrus. Plus, the Sydney mum who is living a double life. Samantha 'X' is a successful career professional with a public profile but at night, she also runs an escort service.

Catalyst
29:09

Catalyst: Dr Jane Goodall Profile/Mystery Mummy/Eureka Prizes

ABC  |  September 11, 2014
Dr Jane Goodall entered the forests of Tanzania as a girl with a dream. Twenty years later she left a woman with a mission; Can science help the dead speak? We 'unwrap' a ...

Dr Jane Goodall entered the forests of Tanzania as a girl with a dream. Twenty years later she left a woman with a mission; Can science help the dead speak? We 'unwrap' a mummy to unveil secrets hidden for thousands of years.

The Project
44:38

The Project: February 22, 2016

Ten  |  February 22, 2016
With guests Dannii Minogue , Bonnie Lythgoe and Samantha Maiden, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on Baby Asha, Cyclone Winston hits Fiji, blackface, the hijabi ...

With guests Dannii Minogue , Bonnie Lythgoe and Samantha Maiden, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on Baby Asha, Cyclone Winston hits Fiji, blackface, the hijabi ballerina, and St Kilda Mums charity.

Lateline
31:37

Lateline: September 12, 2016

ABC  |  September 12, 2016
Stories include: 'Interview: David Lipson, Political Correspondent', 'The dating site with a difference, matching generous jetsetters with travel companions', 'Interview: ...

Stories include: 'Interview: David Lipson, Political Correspondent', 'The dating site with a difference, matching generous jetsetters with travel companions', 'Interview: Chris Mitchell, former editor-in-chief, The Australian', 'Interview: David Lipson, Political Correspondent' INTERVIEW: DAVID LIPSON, POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT Emma Alberici speaks with David Lipson as Federal Cabinet discusses the mechanics of a Plebiscite on same sex marriage to be held early in 2017. THE DATING SITE WITH A DIFFERENCE, MATCHING GENEROUS JETSETTERS WITH TRAVEL COMPANIONS Lateline spends time with two women who joined a new site which continues to blur the line of the dating etiquette. INTERVIEW: CHRIS MITCHELL, FORMER EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, THE AUSTRALIAN Emma Alberici speaks with Chris Mitchell who will this week release his memoir called 'Making Headlines' which documents the often interdependent relationships between newspaper editors and politicians. INTERVIEW: DAVID LIPSON, POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT Emma Alberici speaks with David Lipson on breaking news that Federal Cabinet has signed off on the mechanics of a Plebiscite on same sex marriage to be held early in 2017.

The Project
38:45

The Project: February 23, 2016

Ten  |  February 23, 2016
With special guest Chris Isaak and guest host Fifi Box, plus stories on building madness, sleeping Kanye, eyeball tattoos, exam sickies, moral dilemmas and dumb phones making ...

With special guest Chris Isaak and guest host Fifi Box, plus stories on building madness, sleeping Kanye, eyeball tattoos, exam sickies, moral dilemmas and dumb phones making a comeback.

The Project
44:38

The Project: March 14, 2016

Ten  |  March 14, 2016
Join Hamish MacDonald, Carrie, Pete and Steve Price as they dissect the daily news, events and hot topics. Plus, the winner of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!, Jack ...

Join Hamish MacDonald, Carrie, Pete and Steve Price as they dissect the daily news, events and hot topics. Plus, the winner of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!, Jack Black and actor Alfie Allen.

Sunday Night
47:59

Sunday Night: When A Man Becomes A Woman/A Soldier And The Sea

Seven  |  March 20, 2016
The story, 'When a man becomes a woman', an Australian multi-millionaire heading a financial company with thousands of clients has gone public with a gender transition from ...

The story, 'When a man becomes a woman', an Australian multi-millionaire heading a financial company with thousands of clients has gone public with a gender transition from male to female in an emotional journey documented by Sunday Night. The story, 'A soldier and the sea', surf therapy is being used to help mend broken soldiers returning from war zones with crippling PTSD as well as children suffering conditions like attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and autism.

Lateline
29:39

Lateline: August 18, 2016

ABC  |  August 18, 2016
Stories include: 'South Australia's power crisis will be front and centre when State and Territory Energy Ministers converge in Canberra', 'The shocking revelations of alleged ...

Stories include: 'South Australia's power crisis will be front and centre when State and Territory Energy Ministers converge in Canberra', 'The shocking revelations of alleged physical and mental abuse from within a Queensland youth detention centre', 'Interview: Professor Kerry Carrington, School of Justice, Queensland University of Technology' SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S POWER CRISIS WILL BE FRONT AND CENTRE WHEN STATE AND TERRITORY ENERGY MINISTERS CONVERGE IN CANBERRA As the renewable energy sector continues to grow, the Federal Government is seeking urgent solutions to ensure other states aren't hit by the same problems as South Australia. THE SHOCKING REVELATIONS OF ALLEGED PHYSICAL AND MENTAL ABUSE FROM WITHIN A QUEENSLAND YOUTH DETENTION CENTRE A former inmate tells of frequent bashings and racial abuse at the Cleveland Youth Detention Centre in Queensland - a Lateline special report. INTERVIEW: PROFESSOR KERRY CARRINGTON, SCHOOL OF JUSTICE, QUEENSLAND UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY Matt Wordsworth speaks with Kerry Carrington, who has been studying youth justice in Queensland for many years and says the disproportionate number of Indigenous children in detention is at 'alarming levels'.

Sunday Night
42:49

Sunday Night: First Blood/For Young and Old

Seven  |  December 13, 2015
Sunday Night
47:05

Sunday Night: An Australian In Paris / Forgotten / The Happiest Days

Seven  |  November 22, 2015
Melissa Doyle leads a team of Australia's best reporters, breaking the stories that matter.

Melissa Doyle leads a team of Australia's best reporters, breaking the stories that matter.

Sunday Night
48:29

Sunday Night: The Return/UFC Battle Round

Seven  |  May 25, 2014
Danni Minogue joins X Factor winner Dami Im on her journey to North Korea to find family she has never met. Then, Denham Hitchcock investigates UFC - the fastest growing sport ...

Danni Minogue joins X Factor winner Dami Im on her journey to North Korea to find family she has never met. Then, Denham Hitchcock investigates UFC - the fastest growing sport on the planet and the serious concerns about what it's doing to our kids.

Lateline
37:03

Lateline: June 16, 2014

ABC  |  June 16, 2014
Stories include, 'Coalition senators oppose debt tax', 'Royal Commission focus shifts to Jackson', 'Shia voluteers head for front lines', 'ISIS wans full blown sectarian ...

Stories include, 'Coalition senators oppose debt tax', 'Royal Commission focus shifts to Jackson', 'Shia voluteers head for front lines', 'ISIS wans full blown sectarian warfare in Iraq', 'Abbas must help find Israeli teenagers', ' Schumacher leaves hospital' and 'Report on CIA to be released within weeks'.

Sunday Night
44:59

Sunday Night: Brave Heart/ABBA Unguarded Moments/The Motorcycle Diaries/The Naked Truth

Seven  |  April 6, 2014
Marianne is just 24 and her life depends on getting one of very few multiple-organ transplants to be performed in Australia; Motorcycle racer Mick Doohan has never divulged ...

Marianne is just 24 and her life depends on getting one of very few multiple-organ transplants to be performed in Australia; Motorcycle racer Mick Doohan has never divulged how close he came to death. Until now; Megan Gale has done a pregnant nude magazine cover, Demi style and; Sunday night celebrates 40 years, to the day, since ABBA won the Eurovision Song Contest and became a music icon.

Sunday Night
50:14

Sunday Night: House of Horrors/Coldplay/Thank You Mr Harper!

Seven  |  May 18, 2014
Michelle Knight's ordeal is impossible to comprehend - more than a decade of torture, rape and captivity by the hands of Ariel Castro. One year since her miraculous rescue, ...

Michelle Knight's ordeal is impossible to comprehend - more than a decade of torture, rape and captivity by the hands of Ariel Castro. One year since her miraculous rescue, she tells us about the monstrous mind of Castro, her former prison and how she is moving on. We have an exclusive interview with popular band Coldplay where they reveal footage of the first performance from their new album and set the record straight on the brutally raw lyrics. Then, we meet an Aussie dad who has saved countless lives by building the largest planned refugee camp in history to house the daily flood of Syrians crossing the border to Jordan. Hosted by Chris Bath.

Sunday Night
49:04

Sunday Night: Terror on Flight MH20/Cyril's Sensational Swim/Enemies of the State

Seven  |  August 24, 2014
Sunday Night meets a 26-year-old sexually assaulted by an air steward on Malaysia Airlines; Alex Cullen talks to Cyril, the 70 year-old grandfather and Bondi Lifesaver who has ...

Sunday Night meets a 26-year-old sexually assaulted by an air steward on Malaysia Airlines; Alex Cullen talks to Cyril, the 70 year-old grandfather and Bondi Lifesaver who has become the oldest person ever to swim the English Channel and we meet the new ladies of horse racing where the Sport of Kings is on the verge of reinvention.

Sunday Night
47:23

Sunday Night: Prison Break/Step By Step/Morgan Freeman

Seven  |  July 27, 2014
In 1999, bank robber John Killick's mistress took an idea from a movie and hijacked a chopper at gunpoint. She then forced the pilot to land in the yard of Silverwater jail to ...

In 1999, bank robber John Killick's mistress took an idea from a movie and hijacked a chopper at gunpoint. She then forced the pilot to land in the yard of Silverwater jail to fly her lover to freedom. But some details of this escape have never been revealed and tonight, Mike Willesee speaks with Killick himself. Then, Rahni Sadler sits with Hollywood heavyweight, Morgan Freeman in a witty, honest and humble interview. And the follow-up to our story about Australia's first bionic dad.

Sunday Night
48:19

Sunday Night: Victims Of 'Revenge Porn' Fight Back/Fourth Set Of Twins For NZ Family/Tim Cahill: 'In China They Sing My Name'

Seven  |  August 9, 2015
The story, 'Victims of 'Revenge Porn' fight back', looks into the trend known as 'revenge porn', which refers to photos being distributed by someone they were sent to without ...

The story, 'Victims of 'Revenge Porn' fight back', looks into the trend known as 'revenge porn', which refers to photos being distributed by someone they were sent to without permission and it, led to an even more frightening development. The story, 'Fourth set of twins for NZ family', a New Zealand family has just welcomed its fourth set of naturally conceived twins. The story, 'Tim Cahill: 'In China they sing my name', Australia has had a rare look inside the Chinese Super League where former Aussie football star Tim Cahill has taken Shanghai by storm.

Sunday Night
48:45

Sunday Night: The King Alive/A New Face For Yahya

Seven  |  June 28, 2015
The story, 'Keeping "The King" alive', Priscilla Presley, speaks out about Elvis's incredible career. The story, 'A new face for Yahya', meets a Moroccan boy who was born ...

The story, 'Keeping "The King" alive', Priscilla Presley, speaks out about Elvis's incredible career. The story, 'A new face for Yahya', meets a Moroccan boy who was born without eyes, a nose, or a fully formed mouth has undergone marathon surgery to give him a new face.

Sunday Night
42:02

Sunday Night: Schapelle's Story/The Last Straw/Guess Who's Coming To Dinner

Seven  |  March 2, 2014
The story, 'Schapelle's story', details Schapelle Corby's first moments of freedom after spending nine years behind bars in Kerobekan jail. The story, 'The last straw', ...

The story, 'Schapelle's story', details Schapelle Corby's first moments of freedom after spending nine years behind bars in Kerobekan jail. The story, 'The last straw', reporter Alex Cullen shares his experience reporting on an issue that sits very close to home, drought devastation affecting Australia farmers. The story, 'Guess who's coming to dinner', in a national fund raising event, My Kitchen Rules judge Colin Fassnidge wants auction himself off to cook for you and nine friends or colleagues to raise funds for Aussie Helpers.

Lateline
36:09

Lateline: March 27, 2014

ABC  |  March 27, 2014
Stories include, ‘Labor attacks the speaker’, ‘Cardinal Pell apologises’, ‘Monash letters reveal secretive attitude over fossil fuel investments’, ‘Back tracking on carbon ...

Stories include, ‘Labor attacks the speaker’, ‘Cardinal Pell apologises’, ‘Monash letters reveal secretive attitude over fossil fuel investments’, ‘Back tracking on carbon pricing will damage Australia’, ‘Search called off’, ‘Cancer patients to miss out on breakthrough drug’ and ‘Kim Jong-Un style’.

Sunday Night
47:25

Sunday Night: Was The Hitman The Hostie?/ Hip - Op Hooray/Muppets

Seven  |  November 24, 2013
The story, 'Was the hitman the hostie?', a special investigation on the trail of the killers of a young South African mother who disappeared in Johannesburg in 1999. The ...

The story, 'Was the hitman the hostie?', a special investigation on the trail of the killers of a young South African mother who disappeared in Johannesburg in 1999. The story, 'Hip - op hooray', follows the world's oldest dance group for one wild trip to the World Hip Hop Championships in Las Vegas. The story, 'Muppets', an Australian-exclusive sneak peek behind the scenes of the family comedy the Muppets, including an interview with star Ricky Gervais.

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