Behind the News
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Behind the News: September 4, 2018

ABC Me September 4, 2018

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A high-energy, fun way for upper primary and secondary students to learn about current issues and events in their world. Each program is built around major news stories of the ...

A high-energy, fun way for upper primary and secondary students to learn about current issues and events in their world. Each program is built around major news stories of the week.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Terror Australia

Seven August 12, 2018

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The team at Sunday Night look at Operation Pendennis, the largest counter-terrorism operation on Australian soil. Hear from all of the main players in the investigation, ...

The team at Sunday Night look at Operation Pendennis, the largest counter-terrorism operation on Australian soil. Hear from all of the main players in the investigation, including then Prime Minister John Howard.

7.30
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7.30: Superfund Trouble/National Energy Gurantee/Coalitions's NEG/Space Race

ABC August 13, 2018

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Widow left in the lurch by husband’s super fund A widow expected to receive more than $208,000 from her husband’s superannuation death benefit, but all she got was $25. ...

Widow left in the lurch by husband’s super fund A widow expected to receive more than $208,000 from her husband’s superannuation death benefit, but all she got was $25. National Energy Guarantee Tomorrow the Coalition is meeting to discuss the National Energy Guarantee. 7.30's chief political correspondent Laura Tingle looks at what it will take for there to be a breakthrough. Coalition's NEG is 'very poor policy' Liberal MP and former prime minister, Tony Abbott, joins 7.30 to discuss the Coalition's National Energy Guarantee. Australia ready to re-enter the space race The first boss of Australia's new national space agency is Dr Megan Clark, and she has the job of deciding which state will host the local equivalent of NASA.

BtN Newsbreak
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BtN Newsbreak: August 15, 2018

ABC Me August 15, 2018

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The Behind the News team report on positive body image, a rescue operation in Italy after a bridge collapse, update on warm dry weather in Spring, the latest on The Dragon ...

The Behind the News team report on positive body image, a rescue operation in Italy after a bridge collapse, update on warm dry weather in Spring, the latest on The Dragon spaceship, news about National Science week plus a wrap-up of the weekend's news and sport.

BtN Newsbreak
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BtN Newsbreak: August 13, 2018

ABC Me August 13, 2018

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The Behind the News team report on the facts about homework, why four primary schools in WA have decided to ditch homework, the launch of Parker probe that had taken off on ...

The Behind the News team report on the facts about homework, why four primary schools in WA have decided to ditch homework, the launch of Parker probe that had taken off on Sunday after a few issues, updates on the info collector which will help scientists on the issue of global warming, updates on bricks expo featuring lego models and country kids are encouraged to attend events to allow them to relax plus a wrap-up of the weekend's news and sport.

60 Minutes
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60 Minutes: Unpleasantville

Nine August 5, 2018

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Unpleasantville Perris used to be an unremarkable middle-class suburb in southern California, full of streets of identically anonymous homes. But in January this year its ...

Unpleasantville Perris used to be an unremarkable middle-class suburb in southern California, full of streets of identically anonymous homes. But in January this year its inconspicuousness was blown when police received an extraordinary 911 call from a 17-year-old girl. She claimed she and her 12 brothers and sisters, who ranged in age from 29 to 3, had for years been held against their will in the family home. She said they had been chained up, tortured and starved. Worst of all, she accused her parents of being responsible for the abuse. Following the emergency call, police and welfare authorities raided the home and rescued the children. They also arrested the parents, David and Louise Turpin. As Liam Bartlett reports, the mistreatment the 13 Turpin children endured is now considered to be one of the worst cases of child neglect and abuse in American history. But even more shockingly, he discovers the shameful family secret that started this nightmare.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Standing Tall

Seven August 5, 2018

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Sunday Night looks at school bullies who upload their attacks on social media, to gain fame and humiliate their targets. Also, Ben Felten discusses his goal to be the fastest ...

Sunday Night looks at school bullies who upload their attacks on social media, to gain fame and humiliate their targets. Also, Ben Felten discusses his goal to be the fastest blind man on two wheels.

7.30
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7.30: August 21, 2018

ABC August 21, 2018

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Leigh Sales presents the most detailed current affairs from an Australian perspective. Includes exclusive investigations, probing interviews, and political analysis from chief ...

Leigh Sales presents the most detailed current affairs from an Australian perspective. Includes exclusive investigations, probing interviews, and political analysis from chief political correspondent Laura Tingle.

BtN Newsbreak
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BtN Newsbreak: August 21, 2018

ABC Me August 21, 2018

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The Behind the News team report on updates with the parliament house and the status Malcolm Turnbull will hold, what the invisible money generation is, exclusive updates on ...

The Behind the News team report on updates with the parliament house and the status Malcolm Turnbull will hold, what the invisible money generation is, exclusive updates on 130 athletes that participated in the 4 day race in Central Australia plus a wrap-up of the weekend's news and sport.

Four Corners
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Four Corners: Parenting 101

ABC August 20, 2018

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Having a child is supposed to be the most natural thing in the world, but knowing how to raise one can be another thing entirely. Even in the most loving families, parenthood ...

Having a child is supposed to be the most natural thing in the world, but knowing how to raise one can be another thing entirely. Even in the most loving families, parenthood can be incredibly daunting. On Monday, Four Corners brings you the story of three mothers determined to learn how to change the way they raise their children. With extensive access to the pioneering Safecare program for parents whose children are at risk of neglect or harm, Four Corners follows these families, and the social workers teaching them, as they learn back to basic skills.

The Feed
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The Feed: June 28, 2016

SBS2 June 28, 2016

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Marc Fennell, Patrick Abboud and Jeanette Francis discuss the latest in news, technology and culture, adding a fresh perspective on the latest local and international headlines.

Marc Fennell, Patrick Abboud and Jeanette Francis discuss the latest in news, technology and culture, adding a fresh perspective on the latest local and international headlines.

The Drum
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The Drum: August 29, 2018

ABC August 29, 2018

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Julia Baird is joined by journalist and author Madonna King Guardian Australia columnist Van Badham, Nyungga Black Group managing director Warren Mundine and the Enemy Within ...

Julia Baird is joined by journalist and author Madonna King Guardian Australia columnist Van Badham, Nyungga Black Group managing director Warren Mundine and the Enemy Within founder Joe Williams.

7.30
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7.30: September 11, 2018

ABC September 11, 2018

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Stagnant property prices the new normal, analysts warn Stagnant house prices are likely the new normal for property markets in much of Sydney and Melbourne, analysts are ...

Stagnant property prices the new normal, analysts warn Stagnant house prices are likely the new normal for property markets in much of Sydney and Melbourne, analysts are warning, as prices fall for the 11th month in a row. Scott Morrison on becoming prime minister, emissions reduction targets and religious freedoms New prime minister Scott Morrison talks to Leigh Sales about becoming the leader, the Government's emissions reduction targets, religious freedoms and more. Family and friends farewell footballer Maggie Varcoe Today, talented Aussie Rules football player Maggie Varcoe was laid to rest after an on-field tragedy.

7.30
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7.30: December 10, 2018

ABC December 10, 2018

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India claims a dramatic win Despite dogged resistance from Australia's tail, India has taken an historic early lead in the four Test series after snatching victory in the ...

India claims a dramatic win Despite dogged resistance from Australia's tail, India has taken an historic early lead in the four Test series after snatching victory in the opening match by 31 runs. It's just the sixth time India has won a Test on Australian soil. Commentator Andrew Moore takes a look at a dramatic final day. Are we overlooking the role of the public sector in the economy? Mariana Mazzucato is something of a rockstar in the world of global economics. She's written two best-sellers arguing that it's actually the public sector which has made the crucial investments that have transformed the world economy. In Australia for a series of public lectures, she sat down to talk with Laura Tingle. Sanjeev Gupta unveils plans for Whyalla It's rare to see the Prime Minister and Opposition leader at the same press conference, but both were present in South Australia today as British billionaire Sanjeev Gupta unveiled his plans for a massive new steelworks project that will revive the town of Whyalla. Remembering the 1966 helicopter crash The 11th of December marks the anniversary of a tragic accident over Sydney Harbour that changed our aviation safety laws. On that day in 1966 a helicopter chartered by the ABC ran into technical problems mid flight and crashed into the Sydney CBD. Remarkably the accident was filmed by two cameras, including one capturing the haunting last moments inside the ill-fated helicopter. And a warning, this report contains images some viewers may find distressing. What is the future of Australia's housing market? For years it seemed that property prices would rise for ever. But not any more. We are now in what the Reserve Bank governor has called "uncharted territory", where property prices are falling in our two biggest cities, even though unemployment is stable and the economy is growing.

7.30
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7.30: December 11, 2018

ABC December 11, 2018

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Lives that changed in the Cronulla riot On this day 13 years ago the Cronulla riots shocked Australia. 7.30 spoke to some of the people whose lives were changed that day. ...

Lives that changed in the Cronulla riot On this day 13 years ago the Cronulla riots shocked Australia. 7.30 spoke to some of the people whose lives were changed that day. Credit crackdown Part two of 7.30's housing special looks at how the credit crackdown is putting heat on buyers and developers. ALP conference At the ALP's national conference this weekend, industrial relations could prove to be the biggest flashpoint. Theresa May postpones Brexit vote It took two years to come up with a Brexit plan to put to the House of Commons, but last night, facing defeat and internal division, British Prime Minister Theresa May postponed the vote. Political writer John Rentoul, from The Independent, joins 7.30 to discuss what comes next.

BtN Newsbreak
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BtN Newsbreak: December 6, 2018

ABC Me December 7, 2018

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The Behind the News team discover the life of Banita Mabo, Australian dino discovery and the US child who fights for the right to throw snowballs. Plus a wrap up of the ...

The Behind the News team discover the life of Banita Mabo, Australian dino discovery and the US child who fights for the right to throw snowballs. Plus a wrap up of the world's news and sports.

Q and A
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Q and A: 2018 Finale

ABC December 10, 2018

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On the final Q and A for 2018, Tony Jones is joined by Senate president Scott Ryan, deputy opposition leader Tanya Plibersek, lawyer and community advocate Nyadol Nyuon and ...

On the final Q and A for 2018, Tony Jones is joined by Senate president Scott Ryan, deputy opposition leader Tanya Plibersek, lawyer and community advocate Nyadol Nyuon and editor of UK magazine Spiked Brendan O'Neill.

National Press Club Address
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National Press Club Address: Brendan O'Connor

ABC December 12, 2018

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Shadow Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations Brendan O'Connor addresses the National Press Club.

Shadow Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations Brendan O'Connor addresses the National Press Club.