7.30
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7.30: March 3, 2020

ABC March 3, 2020

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Leigh Sales interviews Prime Minister Scott Morrison about coronavirus, the sports grants saga, emissions reduction policy and more.

Leigh Sales interviews Prime Minister Scott Morrison about coronavirus, the sports grants saga, emissions reduction policy and more.

Behind the News Special
14:00

Behind the News Special: Animals (2020)

ABC Me March 4, 2020

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It's all about animals. We visit some radiated tortoises that were rescued from poachers, then a family who adopted a group of camels. We find out how to avoid swooping ...

It's all about animals. We visit some radiated tortoises that were rescued from poachers, then a family who adopted a group of camels. We find out how to avoid swooping magpies and look into the history of dogs.

Foreign Correspondent
29:19

Foreign Correspondent: Paper Orphans

ABC March 3, 2020

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Civics and citizenship

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Traffickers, Western donors and families desperate to educate their children. In Nepal, this dangerous mix has created a trade in fake orphans. Sally Sara treks into the ...

Traffickers, Western donors and families desperate to educate their children. In Nepal, this dangerous mix has created a trade in fake orphans. Sally Sara treks into the Himalayas as a group of trafficked children returns home from some of the country's 500 orphanages.

7.30
31:54

7.30: March 2, 2020

ABC March 2, 2020

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Chinese-owned company Alinta Energy accused of putting Australian customers' data at risk. Plus infectious disease experts are preparing for coronavirus to start spreading in ...

Chinese-owned company Alinta Energy accused of putting Australian customers' data at risk. Plus infectious disease experts are preparing for coronavirus to start spreading in the community. Energy Minister Angus Taylor discusses carbon emissions and his office's use of information he claims came from the City of Sydney website.

Behind the News
24:30

Behind the News: March 3, 2020

ABC Me March 3, 2020

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In this episode of Behind the News we learn how COVID-19 is affecting trade, business and share markets across the world. ASIO updates us on the state of spying in Australia ...

In this episode of Behind the News we learn how COVID-19 is affecting trade, business and share markets across the world. ASIO updates us on the state of spying in Australia and NASA's small robotic geologist, Insight, reveals discoveries from its investigations on the planet Mars. The Australian War Memorial unveils a new sculpture dedicated to dogs in the military. In sports news there's an AFLW wrap up, an AFL State of Origin bushfire fundraiser, a Chinese swimming champion is found guilty of drug use and we meet an aspiring Paralympian, Brydi.

BtN Newsbreak
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BtN Newsbreak: March 2, 2020

ABC Me March 2, 2020

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In this episode of BTN Newsbreak there's a wrap up of some very different events; the National Plastics Summit, Mulletfest 2020 and a wife carrying competition. Plus, a baby ...

In this episode of BTN Newsbreak there's a wrap up of some very different events; the National Plastics Summit, Mulletfest 2020 and a wife carrying competition. Plus, a baby hippopotamus is named at the San Diego Zoo.

Australian Story
30:15

Australian Story: Making His Mark

ABC March 2, 2020

Personal and social capability

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When Marlion Pickett took to the field in the 2019 AFL grand final, it set the scene for one of the most heart-warming moments in sporting history. Follow the father of four's ...

When Marlion Pickett took to the field in the 2019 AFL grand final, it set the scene for one of the most heart-warming moments in sporting history. Follow the father of four's journey from three years in jail to AFL debut.

Four Corners
45:26

Four Corners: Not a Boy, Not a Girl

ABC March 2, 2020

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Civics and citizenship

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Growing up without a gender. Young Australians who do not identify as male or female explain how they negotiate the world and the judgement of others. Their parents talk about ...

Growing up without a gender. Young Australians who do not identify as male or female explain how they negotiate the world and the judgement of others. Their parents talk about what it's like to raise a gender neutral child.

Q and A
1:00:56

Q and A: The Australian Identity: Who Are We?

ABC March 2, 2020

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Civics and citizenship

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Q and A explores who we are and what it is to be Australian. Hamish Macdonald is joined by Nova Peris, Tarang Chawla, Marlee Silva and Lehmo to ask how can we settle ...

Q and A explores who we are and what it is to be Australian. Hamish Macdonald is joined by Nova Peris, Tarang Chawla, Marlee Silva and Lehmo to ask how can we settle unfinished business and bring our better selves to the fore.

60 Minutes
47:46

60 Minutes: March 1, 2020

Nine March 1, 2020

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The Principal's Principle On 60 Minutes, a lesson in what not to do if you're a parent with a beef against the principal of your kid's school: Don't become a keyboard warrior ...

The Principal's Principle On 60 Minutes, a lesson in what not to do if you're a parent with a beef against the principal of your kid's school: Don't become a keyboard warrior and spray hurtful adjectives on social media. Because if you do, be prepared to be sued. Today a Queensland judge found that some parents who posted online about the principal of Tamborine Mountain High School south of Brisbane had slandered her, and were ordered to pay damages. But as Sarah Abo discovers, despite the ruling this case - which is about to enter its fifth year - is so full of bitterness and belligerence not even the class dunce would think it's over. Know My Name Coronavirus might be the biggest news at the moment, but there's another disease in society that's not far behind. It's the scourge of sexual misconduct and violence against women, and as disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein has just found out, being powerful, rich or famous is no longer a get out of jail free card. Before the #MeToo movement, Chanel Miller was fighting her own incredible battle. She went to a party at a prestigious university, thinking it would be safe and expecting to have a good time. Late in the evening a student, well-known because he also happened to be a champion athlete, sexually assaulted and then discarded her behind a dumpster. To add to the insult, the attacker was barely punished for his crime. Chanel, although devastated, vowed to fight back, with a strength she didn't know she had. But as Karl Stefanovic, on assignment for 60 Minutes, reports, Chanel Miller not only had to take on her attacker - she also had to battle a broken system which, far from supporting her, tried to make her disappear.

Insiders
58:35

Insiders: March 1, 2020

ABC March 1, 2020

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David Speers interviews Home Affairs minister Peter Dutton. Mike Bowers is joined by Mark Humphries for Talking Pictures. On the couch are Seven's Mark Riley, Guardian ...

David Speers interviews Home Affairs minister Peter Dutton. Mike Bowers is joined by Mark Humphries for Talking Pictures. On the couch are Seven's Mark Riley, Guardian Australia's Sarah Martin and the Sydney Morning Herald's Peter Hartcher to discuss coronavirus COVID-19 emergency response and economic impact, further revelations in the sports rorts saga, ASIO's threat assessment plus Super Tuesday.

Landline
58:30

Landline: March 1, 2020

ABC March 1, 2020

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

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Farming bush foods. Mustering at Mundoo Island Station. The beef property where the Murray River meets the sea. A family of four daughters building a beef brand to export to China.

Farming bush foods. Mustering at Mundoo Island Station. The beef property where the Murray River meets the sea. A family of four daughters building a beef brand to export to China.

BTN Newsbreak
5:00

BTN Newsbreak: February 28, 2020

ABC Me February 28, 2020

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The BTN team explains why we have a leap day every four years. Japan takes drastic measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. In sports news, there’s the latest from the ...

The BTN team explains why we have a leap day every four years. Japan takes drastic measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. In sports news, there’s the latest from the women's T20 World Cup and high school female wrestler Heaven Fitch beats the boys to become State champion.

7.30
30:35

7.30: February 27, 2020

ABC February 27, 2020

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The retail sector is doing it tough with some economists saying job insecurity and low wage growth means households are reluctant to spend. Plus a group of security guards ...

The retail sector is doing it tough with some economists saying job insecurity and low wage growth means households are reluctant to spend. Plus a group of security guards accuse a major university of age discrimination.

BTN Newsbreak
5:00

BTN Newsbreak: February 27, 2020

ABC Me February 27, 2020

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With concerns growing over the impact of COVID-19 on the Tokyo Olympics, BTN looks at other times in history when the games have been moved or cancelled. In other news, a ...

With concerns growing over the impact of COVID-19 on the Tokyo Olympics, BTN looks at other times in history when the games have been moved or cancelled. In other news, a tennis champ retires, we find out why seagulls want to eat our chips and a pet snake has a towel removed from its stomach.

7.30
30:27

7.30: February 26, 2020

ABC February 26, 2020

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The federal government gave North Sydney Council a $10 million pool upgrade grant originally earmarked for regional and rural groups. Plus health authorities prepare for a ...

The federal government gave North Sydney Council a $10 million pool upgrade grant originally earmarked for regional and rural groups. Plus health authorities prepare for a global pandemic to be declared as coronavirus spreads.

BTN Newsbreak
5:00

BTN Newsbreak: February 26, 2020

ABC Me February 26, 2020

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Baboons escape a hospital in Sydney, leading to publicity around the use of primates in medical research. Oil exploration abandoned in the Great Australian Bight an the global ...

Baboons escape a hospital in Sydney, leading to publicity around the use of primates in medical research. Oil exploration abandoned in the Great Australian Bight an the global seed vault in the Arctic receives its 1 millionth variety of seed.

Behind the News Special
16:00

Behind the News Special: Environmental Issues (2019)

ABC Me February 26, 2020

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Environmental Issues are never far from the news headlines. This special looks at devastating fires in the Amazon, possible solutions to our waste problems, and the ...

Environmental Issues are never far from the news headlines. This special looks at devastating fires in the Amazon, possible solutions to our waste problems, and the supermarket collectables debate.