Landline
58:19

Landline: September 15, 2019

ABC September 15, 2019

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

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Pip Courtney hosts Australia's pre-eminent regional and rural television program, covering farming, weather, food, innovation, mining, fisheries, agribusiness, commodity ...

Pip Courtney hosts Australia's pre-eminent regional and rural television program, covering farming, weather, food, innovation, mining, fisheries, agribusiness, commodity prices and other issues affecting regional communities.

BtN Newsbreak
4:59

BtN Newsbreak: September 13, 2019

ABC ME September 13, 2019

News and current affairs

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The Behind the News team ask ‘What’s the deal with Area 51? Top secret military base or something more mysterious?’. They also look at whether mobile phones will be banned in ...

The Behind the News team ask ‘What’s the deal with Area 51? Top secret military base or something more mysterious?’. They also look at whether mobile phones will be banned in schools, how worm juice is helping school students raise money for charity and some heartwarming dog stories from around the world.

7.30
30:18

7.30: September 12, 2019

ABC September 12, 2019

News and current affairs

11-12
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Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events, from exclusive investigations, probing interviews and revealing feature stories on the issues that ...

Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events, from exclusive investigations, probing interviews and revealing feature stories on the issues that matter. Plus, political analysis from Laura Tingle.

BtN Newsbreak
4:59

BtN Newsbreak: September 12, 2019

ABC ME September 12, 2019

News and current affairs

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The Behind the News team ask the question ‘Could there be life on the Earth-like planet K2-18B?', they also share frightening footage of the bushfires at Peregian Beach ...

The Behind the News team ask the question ‘Could there be life on the Earth-like planet K2-18B?', they also share frightening footage of the bushfires at Peregian Beach showing just how quickly a fire can spread. We learn that Taylor Swift will be at this year’s Melbourne Cup and that the Boomers basketball team have progressed in the World Cup with a shock result for Team USA. Find out why ASIO has designed a commemorative 50 cent coin.

7.30
30:00

7.30: September 11, 2019

ABC September 11, 2019

News and current affairs

11-12
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Leigh Sales reports on the latest NBN rollout effect, the first same-sex civil union blessed by the Anglican church and RUOK Day. In this report two prominent Australians talk ...

Leigh Sales reports on the latest NBN rollout effect, the first same-sex civil union blessed by the Anglican church and RUOK Day. In this report two prominent Australians talk about how mental illness and suicide have altered their lives.

BtN Newsbreak
4:59

BtN Newsbreak: September 11, 2019

ABC ME September 11, 2019

News and current affairs

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The Behind the News team investigate why one of YouTube's biggest earner is in trouble, the theory of the asteroid hitting Earth and see Tayla Harris receiving a big honour. ...

The Behind the News team investigate why one of YouTube's biggest earner is in trouble, the theory of the asteroid hitting Earth and see Tayla Harris receiving a big honour. Plus a wrap up of the world's news and sports.

Foreign Correspondent
30:31

Foreign Correspondent: Mother Courage

ABC September 10, 2019

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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The inspirational women of Rwanda who have turned pain into hope. They lived through one of the worst atrocities of the 20th century but the power of love and family saved them.

The inspirational women of Rwanda who have turned pain into hope. They lived through one of the worst atrocities of the 20th century but the power of love and family saved them.

Dateline
27:09

Dateline: Can Love Save Spain

Season 2019 Episode 18 SBS September 10, 2019

News and current affairs

11-12
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Spain's rural population is decreasing at an alarming rate, and as the government and locals scramble to stop the exodus, can a bus load of single ladies save the day?

Spain's rural population is decreasing at an alarming rate, and as the government and locals scramble to stop the exodus, can a bus load of single ladies save the day?

Behind the News
24:30

Behind the News: September 10, 2019

ABC ME September 10, 2019

News and current affairs

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Hurricane Dorian The Bahamas have been battered by the fiercest hurricane to hit the islands since records began. Hurricane Dorian was category 5 when it made landfall - the ...

Hurricane Dorian The Bahamas have been battered by the fiercest hurricane to hit the islands since records began. Hurricane Dorian was category 5 when it made landfall - the strongest category there is. We look at how hurricanes work, how they’re measured and how people are coping with the disaster. Trade Wars You might have heard on the news over the past few months about something called a trade war that’s going on between the US and China. The countries aren’t really 'at war' - but they are having a serious disagreement about tariffs and it’s having an effect on economies around the world - including here in Australia. We find out what tariffs are and how they’re being used as a weapon by the world’s most powerful countries. Human Evolution Scientists are really excited about a new find in Ethiopia. It's a 3.8 million-year-old skull belonging to one of our oldest ancestors and they hope it'll give us a much better understanding of human evolution. Matt find out more about the find and how humans became humans. NASA fossils Scientists from NASA and the ESA have been in Western Australia’s Pilbara region learning how to collect the best rock samples from the surface of Mars! Both space agencies are planning unmanned missions to the red planet which will involve collecting Martian rock samples and looking for signs of ancient Martian life. So that they know what to look for, they’re learning more about ancient Australian rocks which hold clues to the beginnings of life on Earth. Worm Wee We meet some school kids who’ve made a business out of worm wee! While it might not sound too tasty to us, plants love the liquid created by earthworms and so do gardeners. The students from Mercedes College teach us more about worms and how they help the soil to stay healthy.

National Press Club Address
55:38

National Press Club Address: Mark Dreyfus - Shadow Attorney-General

ABC September 11, 2019

News and current affairs

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Labor MP Mark Dreyfus, the Shadow Attorney-General, addresses the National Press Club.

Labor MP Mark Dreyfus, the Shadow Attorney-General, addresses the National Press Club.

7.30
30:02

7.30: September 10, 2019

ABC September 10, 2019

News and current affairs

11-12
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Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events, from exclusive news about the release of Michael Guider and how immunotherapy could revolutionise ...

Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events, from exclusive news about the release of Michael Guider and how immunotherapy could revolutionise cancer treatment. While bush fires continue to effect parts of New South Wales and Queensland, Hayfa Adi tells her story about escaping the ISIS.

Insight
51:37

Insight: Female Firsts

Season 2019 Episode 29 SBS September 10, 2019

News and current affairs

Intercultural understanding

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Jenny Brockie takes a look at what it takes to break through as a female first.

Jenny Brockie takes a look at what it takes to break through as a female first.

BtN Newsbreak
4:59

BtN Newsbreak: September 10, 2019

ABC ME September 10, 2019

News and current affairs

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The Behind the News Newsbreak team bring the latest about the bush fires effecting New South Wales and Queensland plus a wrap up of the world's news and sports.

The Behind the News Newsbreak team bring the latest about the bush fires effecting New South Wales and Queensland plus a wrap up of the world's news and sports.

7.30
27:50

7.30: September 9, 2019

ABC September 9, 2019

News and current affairs

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Bushfires are also burning across NSW. 7.30's Paul Farrell spent 24 hours in the town of Dorrigo in the Northern Tablelands region of New South Wales to bring the latest on ...

Bushfires are also burning across NSW. 7.30's Paul Farrell spent 24 hours in the town of Dorrigo in the Northern Tablelands region of New South Wales to bring the latest on the bushfires. After a nail-biting fourth test Australia has retained the Ashes, heading into the final test with a 2-1 series lead over England. Leigh Sales interviews cricket commentator Jim Maxwell.

Q and A
1:02:05

Q and A: Donations, Disability, and Disillusionment: 2019

ABC September 9, 2019

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

9-10
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Facing the public's questions: ACT Liberal Senator Zed Seselja, Labor MP for Cowan Anne Aly, WA Greens Senator Jordon Steele-John, Grattan Institute's Danielle Wood, and The ...

Facing the public's questions: ACT Liberal Senator Zed Seselja, Labor MP for Cowan Anne Aly, WA Greens Senator Jordon Steele-John, Grattan Institute's Danielle Wood, and The Australian's Foreign Affairs editor Greg Sheridan.

BtN Newsbreak
5:00

BtN Newsbreak: September 9, 2019

ABC ME September 9, 2019

News and current affairs

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With summer along the way bush fires have seem to make their mark earlier than expected. The Behind the News team reports fire crews have spent the last few days battling ...

With summer along the way bush fires have seem to make their mark earlier than expected. The Behind the News team reports fire crews have spent the last few days battling more than 50 bush fires around Australia. Get exclusive updates on the Chiba Air Race and the Ashes plus a wrap up of the world's news and sports.

Australian Story
30:13

Australian Story: September 9, 2019

ABC September 9, 2019

Personal and social capability

News and current affairs

9-10
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Putting the 'real' back into reality TV, the award-winning series with no narrator and no agendas, just authentic stories told in people's own words. Immerse yourself in the ...

Putting the 'real' back into reality TV, the award-winning series with no narrator and no agendas, just authentic stories told in people's own words. Immerse yourself in the life of extraordinary Australians.

Four Corners
46:17

Four Corners: Health Hazard: September 9, 2019

ABC September 9, 2019

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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How your postcode can determine the quality of the care you get. Hospitals are supposed to be a place of care where patients are treated by highly trained staff well versed in ...

How your postcode can determine the quality of the care you get. Hospitals are supposed to be a place of care where patients are treated by highly trained staff well versed in dealing with emergencies and a vast range of illnesses. But not every hospital is delivering first class care. Four Corners reveals concerning evidence about the standard of hospital care many Australians are receiving.