The Project
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The Project: November 10, 2015

Ten November 10, 2015

News and current affairs

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With guests Kevin Rudd, Adam Spencer and Jai Courtney, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Matt White and Fifi Box, and stories on a grandma's fight against a mining company, ...

With guests Kevin Rudd, Adam Spencer and Jai Courtney, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Matt White and Fifi Box, and stories on a grandma's fight against a mining company, Australia's asylum policies, and Jared Tallent's claims for an Olympic gold medal.

7.30
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7.30: October 20, 2015

ABC October 20, 2015

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Stories include, 'These are the missing documents crucial to the TURC investigation', 'Banks get pulled into line by the Government, but will customers wear the cost?', ...

Stories include, 'These are the missing documents crucial to the TURC investigation', 'Banks get pulled into line by the Government, but will customers wear the cost?', ''Don't want financial regulation being a political football' says Chris Bowen' and 'The teen handcuffed over a clock goes to the White House'.

The Project
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The Project: October 20, 2015

Ten October 20, 2015

News and current affairs

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With guests Danny Bhoy, and Dawn French, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on bank law reforms, Kathy Jackson and Michael Lawler's interview, the heartbreak of parents ...

With guests Danny Bhoy, and Dawn French, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on bank law reforms, Kathy Jackson and Michael Lawler's interview, the heartbreak of parents trapped with babies born of surrogates in Nepal, and behind the scenes at TBL.

Insight
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Insight: Sensational

SBS October 13, 2015

News and current affairs

Intercultural understanding

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How much more can we use our senses? Are our senses limited when we are born, or can we train and improve our sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell? This program explores how ...

How much more can we use our senses? Are our senses limited when we are born, or can we train and improve our sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell? This program explores how we see the world, interpret the sensations around us, and explores whether we really know if our experience is the same as anyone else.

7.30
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7.30: November 9, 2015

ABC November 9, 2015

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Stories include, 'The unlikely Australians caught up with international drug lords', 'The relationship between Australia and Indonesia 'very good' but can be 'much better'', ...

Stories include, 'The unlikely Australians caught up with international drug lords', 'The relationship between Australia and Indonesia 'very good' but can be 'much better'', 'No change to GST without compensation: the tax reform debate continues', 'Meet Sydney's Peace Prize winner, war artist and filmmaker George Gittoes'.

The Project
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The Project: November 5, 2015

Ten November 5, 2015

News and current affairs

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With guests Gwen Stefani and Angela Bishop, plus guest host Daniel MacPherson, and stories on a dying Dad's effort to provide for his son, urban street food, revelations about ...

With guests Gwen Stefani and Angela Bishop, plus guest host Daniel MacPherson, and stories on a dying Dad's effort to provide for his son, urban street food, revelations about the cause of Russian Airbus 321's crash and a young maths genius.

The Project
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The Project: November 9, 2015

Ten November 9, 2015

News and current affairs

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With guests Deborra-Lee Furness and the cast of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on S plates for seniors, Mal Leyland back on ...

With guests Deborra-Lee Furness and the cast of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on S plates for seniors, Mal Leyland back on tour, the Christmas Island riot, and Carrie's Beanies 4 Brain Cancer.

Four Corners
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Four Corners: Climate of Change

ABC April 1, 2019

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

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Climate change policy has been one of the most divisive issues in modern Australian political history. It has brought down governments and toppled political leaders. At times ...

Climate change policy has been one of the most divisive issues in modern Australian political history. It has brought down governments and toppled political leaders. At times the debate has become so polarised that the average Australian could be forgiven for tuning out. With a Federal election looming, Four Corners brings the debate back to what is actually happening in the nation right now.

Budget 2019: Opposition Reply
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Budget 2019: Opposition Reply

ABC April 4, 2019

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Opposition leader Bill Shorten delivers his response to the 2019 federal budget in the opposition's reply speech from Parliament House in Canberra.

Opposition leader Bill Shorten delivers his response to the 2019 federal budget in the opposition's reply speech from Parliament House in Canberra.

BtN Newsbreak
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BtN Newsbreak: April 3, 2019

ABC Me April 3, 2019

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The Behind the News team report on India's test. It has newly developed a technology that can shoot down satellites in space. The team have insights into Australia's Federal ...

The Behind the News team report on India's test. It has newly developed a technology that can shoot down satellites in space. The team have insights into Australia's Federal Budget plus a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.

BtN Newsbreak
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BtN Newsbreak: April 5, 2019

ABC Me April 5, 2019

News and current affairs

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The Behind the News team report on parents tracking their children 24/7 using various devices and tracking apps. The team investigate Scott Morrison's new announcement about ...

The Behind the News team report on parents tracking their children 24/7 using various devices and tracking apps. The team investigate Scott Morrison's new announcement about changes to the disability sector, a massive fire in a factory located in Melbourne, plus a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.

BtN Newsbreak
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BtN Newsbreak: April 1, 2019

ABC Me April 1, 2019

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The Behind the News team report on April Fools day, the world wide black out due to Earth hour plus a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.

The Behind the News team report on April Fools day, the world wide black out due to Earth hour plus a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.

Behind the News
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Behind the News: April 9, 2019

ABC Me April 9, 2019

News and current affairs

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Budget Surplus When the federal budget was delivered last week there was a fair bit of excitement from some, who said the treasurer had found something that Australian ...

Budget Surplus When the federal budget was delivered last week there was a fair bit of excitement from some, who said the treasurer had found something that Australian governments haven’t found for a long time - a surplus. We find out what a surplus is, why it’s so sought-after, and whether not this government actually has its hands on one! Car Future The federal opposition has announced that, if it gets elected, it’ll put money into encouraging Australians to switch to electric cars. We look at the history of electric cars and why some say they’ll play a big role in the future of motoring. Daylight Saving Last Sunday Aussies in many states will have to adjusted their clocks as daylight saving came to an end for 2019. We look at what daylight saving is, where it comes from, and why not everyone thinks it a good idea. Vaisakhi On Sunday, April 14, Sikh people around the world will celebrate an important holiday called Vaisakhi. We meet some Sikh kids to find out more about the holiday and about their faith. Bush Ballet We find out about a program being run by the West Australian Ballet company which aims to give kids in remote places a chance to learn what it takes to be a professional dancer.

60 Minutes
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60 Minutes: Witness to murder/The odd couple

Nine March 10, 2019

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The hard drug user who claims to have witnessed the murder of Bob Chappel on board his yacht, Four Winds. Sue Neill-Fraser's freedom rests on Meaghan Vass' evidence. But is ...

The hard drug user who claims to have witnessed the murder of Bob Chappel on board his yacht, Four Winds. Sue Neill-Fraser's freedom rests on Meaghan Vass' evidence. But is she a believable witness? Plus, the unlikely political marriage of Pauline Hanson and Mark Latham. But how long can their honeymoon last?

Behind the News
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Behind the News: March 19, 2019

ABC Me March 19, 2019

News and current affairs

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Christchurch Shooting There have been tributes and memorials around the world following last Friday's attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand. A gunman opened fire on two mosques ...

Christchurch Shooting There have been tributes and memorials around the world following last Friday's attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand. A gunman opened fire on two mosques while people were praying, killing 50 people and injuring 50 more. BTN reports on how the world reacted. Migration History Schools around Australia mark Harmony Day today, which is all about celebrating Australia’s cultural diversity. BTN looks at how Australia became the multicultural society that we know today by looking at the history of migration to this country. Periodic Table This month the world celebrated the 150th birthday of the periodic table of elements. While most of us know it as a poster often seen on classroom walls, its one of the greatest contributions to science ever made. Martin finds out about the history of this very famous table and how it changed our understanding of the stuff that makes up the universe. Antarctica Special - Part 2: Antarctic Science In part two of our three-part Antarctica special, Emma finds out why Antarctica is such an important place for scientists. She meets some researchers who are searching the ice for clues which could help us explain the Earth’s climate patterns. Virtual Farmers Jack finds out how virtual reality is being used to help kids understand what it’s like to be a farmer and how our food gets from the paddock to the plate.

Insiders
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Insiders: March 17, 2019

ABC March 17, 2019

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Civics and citizenship

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Barrie Cassidy and the panel take the political pulse of the nation, as we countdown towards the federal budget and election. Plus, there's less than a week until NSW voters ...

Barrie Cassidy and the panel take the political pulse of the nation, as we countdown towards the federal budget and election. Plus, there's less than a week until NSW voters decide who will lead our most populous state.

7.30
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7.30: March 12, 2019

ABC March 12, 2019

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Can the RBA save Australia's slowing economy? Plus what impact will the controversial Michael Jackson documentary have on his legacy? Some good news for Australians, with a ...

Can the RBA save Australia's slowing economy? Plus what impact will the controversial Michael Jackson documentary have on his legacy? Some good news for Australians, with a team in Perth making a breakthrough that could lead to more early and accurate diagnosis of skin cancer. With British Prime Minister Theresa May's presentation of her second Brexit deal to parliament, Leigh Sales interviews former British Labour PM Tony Blair's director of communications Alastair Campbell.

Insight
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Insight: Loneliness

Season 2019 Episode 5 SBS March 19, 2019

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Intercultural understanding

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One in four Australians feel lonely at least three days a week, and experts warn this could be our next health epidemic. This week Insight looks at why loneliness is an ...

One in four Australians feel lonely at least three days a week, and experts warn this could be our next health epidemic. This week Insight looks at why loneliness is an increasing problem in Australia and hears what is – and isn’t – working to overcome it.