ABC News Breakfast
2:54:00

ABC News Breakfast: July 8, 2019

ABC July 8, 2019

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Wake up to the latest overnight developments, breaking news, interviews and all the information you need to start the day. Presented by Virginia Trioli and Nick Harmsen, sport ...

Wake up to the latest overnight developments, breaking news, interviews and all the information you need to start the day. Presented by Virginia Trioli and Nick Harmsen, sport with Paul Kennedy and weather with Nate Byrne.

BtN Newsbreak
4:59

BtN Newsbreak: July 10, 2019

ABC Me July 10, 2019

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The Behind the News team discover Constitutional Recognition and why it may hold significance for many people. The team also bring updates from Volkswagen who have decided to ...

The Behind the News team discover Constitutional Recognition and why it may hold significance for many people. The team also bring updates from Volkswagen who have decided to stop manufacturing their iconic Beetle car plus a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.

BtN Newsbreak
4:59

BtN Newsbreak: July 11, 2019

ABC Me July 11, 2019

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The Behind the News team bring an exclusive update from Forbes naming the highest earning influencers plus a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.

The Behind the News team bring an exclusive update from Forbes naming the highest earning influencers plus a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.

7.30
29:08

7.30: July 3, 2019

ABC July 3, 2019

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7.30 examines the state of healthcare. We go flying with the RFDS looking at the stark differences in health outcomes for people living in rural areas. Plus dental care and ...

7.30 examines the state of healthcare. We go flying with the RFDS looking at the stark differences in health outcomes for people living in rural areas. Plus dental care and the impact waiting for treatment has on lives.

60 Minutes
44:16

60 Minutes: Fatal Flaw

Nine May 5, 2019

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Liz Hayes investigates the disaster of Boeing's 737 Max jetliner. Why two supposedly state-of-the-art and safe planes crashed killing 346 people, why pilots now fear flying ...

Liz Hayes investigates the disaster of Boeing's 737 Max jetliner. Why two supposedly state-of-the-art and safe planes crashed killing 346 people, why pilots now fear flying the 737 Max, and whether Boeing could have averted the catastrophes.

7.30
31:30

7.30: May 7, 2019

ABC May 7, 2019

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The re-emergence of Clive Palmer as a political force could pose a problem for One Nation; the fight for the seat of Gilmore one of the most confusing in the country; Leigh ...

The re-emergence of Clive Palmer as a political force could pose a problem for One Nation; the fight for the seat of Gilmore one of the most confusing in the country; Leigh Sales interviews Greens leader Richard Di Natale.

7.30
29:06

7.30: May 6, 2019

ABC May 6, 2019

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Leigh Sales interviews Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Plus, Laura Tingle discusses a group of independent candidates about to release a campaign video and analyses Labor's ...

Leigh Sales interviews Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Plus, Laura Tingle discusses a group of independent candidates about to release a campaign video and analyses Labor's election campaign launch.

BtN Newsbreak
4:59

BtN Newsbreak: May 7, 2019

ABC Me May 7, 2019

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The Behind the News team bring updates on the The Duke and Duchess of Sussex who welcome the arrival of a new baby boy. A report from the United Nations reveal how humans have ...

The Behind the News team bring updates on the The Duke and Duchess of Sussex who welcome the arrival of a new baby boy. A report from the United Nations reveal how humans have impacted the environment plus a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.

BtN Newsbreak
4:59

BtN Newsbreak: May 8, 2019

ABC Me May 8, 2019

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The Behind the News team bring updates about the upcoming flu season. Find out how you can prevent the influenza and stay safe. Discover Tourette syndrome plus a wrap up of ...

The Behind the News team bring updates about the upcoming flu season. Find out how you can prevent the influenza and stay safe. Discover Tourette syndrome plus a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.

BtN Newsbreak
4:59

BtN Newsbreak: May 9, 2019

ABC Me May 9, 2019

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The Behind the News team report on some Tasmanian schools who have decided to change their canteen to be catered by Subway once a week, the name announcement for the new royal ...

The Behind the News team report on some Tasmanian schools who have decided to change their canteen to be catered by Subway once a week, the name announcement for the new royal baby plus a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.

BtN Newsbreak
4:59

BtN Newsbreak: May 6, 2019

ABC Me May 6, 2019

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The Behind the News team bring updates on the holy month of Ramadan, Avengers Endgame, animated creatures and a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.

The Behind the News team bring updates on the holy month of Ramadan, Avengers Endgame, animated creatures and a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.

Dateline
27:34

Dateline: Thailand's Child Fighters

Season 1 Episode 11 SBS May 21, 2019

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Muay Thai is one of the toughest martial arts in the world. But after the death of a child boxer, Thailand debates the future of its national sport. Is Muay Thai an ancient ...

Muay Thai is one of the toughest martial arts in the world. But after the death of a child boxer, Thailand debates the future of its national sport. Is Muay Thai an ancient art form or child abuse?

Insiders
57:16

Insiders: May 26, 2019

ABC May 26, 2019

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

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After the Coalition secured a majority of lower house seats in the election, Barrie Cassidy and a panel of experts look back on a seismic week in politics. Where to now for ...

After the Coalition secured a majority of lower house seats in the election, Barrie Cassidy and a panel of experts look back on a seismic week in politics. Where to now for Scott Morrison? And who will lead the Labor Party?

7.30
30:36

7.30: May 21, 2019

ABC May 21, 2019

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Even Prime Minister Scott Morrison sees Saturday night's election victory for the coalition as something of a miracle, saying it's thanks to quiet Australians with dreams and ...

Even Prime Minister Scott Morrison sees Saturday night's election victory for the coalition as something of a miracle, saying it's thanks to quiet Australians with dreams and aspirations of getting ahead. How Queensland changed the election. Plus, high-profile Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton on the Queensland Liberal victory and Anthony Albanese has put his hand up to be the party's new leader. Plus, the Wisdom Wombat refuge south of Sydney, Aboriginal repatriation, Melinda Gates comes face-to-face with extreme poverty and injured workers speak out about feeling trapped by NSW's compensation scheme.

7.30
27:07

7.30: May 23, 2019

ABC May 23, 2019

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Former reality television medic Chris Cleary is now using her first aid skills to help homeless people in western Sydney. Political editor Laura Tingle on expectations of the ...

Former reality television medic Chris Cleary is now using her first aid skills to help homeless people in western Sydney. Political editor Laura Tingle on expectations of the Morrison government. The role of sporting clubs in helping migrants find acceptance and a sense of community. Blanche d'Alpuget on the late Bob Hawke. Plus, Mark Humphries satirises Prime Minister Scott Morrison's appreciation of a slogan and the groundbreaking new research being done at a laboratory in Perth into how we perceive other people's faces.

7.30
30:29

7.30: May 27, 2019

ABC May 27, 2019

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The energy regulator has found there are potentially tens of thousands of badly installed and even unsafe rooftop solar systems. The controversial surgery that promises ...

The energy regulator has found there are potentially tens of thousands of badly installed and even unsafe rooftop solar systems. The controversial surgery that promises miraculous results for the one in 700 Australian babies diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Labor has officially confirmed Anthony Albanese as its new leader, while the Prime Minister announced his new ministry in a Cabinet reshuffle. Plus, Professor Lyn Beazley has become Western Australia's first female Chief Scientist.

7.30
29:38

7.30: May 28, 2019

ABC May 28, 2019

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The worst flu season in years, with 139 Australians already having died from it so far this year. Conservation efforts to save the spotted-tail quoll. Checking in with north ...

The worst flu season in years, with 139 Australians already having died from it so far this year. Conservation efforts to save the spotted-tail quoll. Checking in with north outback Queensland farmers who had faced years of drought, only to suddenly get an extreme downpour of heavy rain that caused severe flooding. Tim Flannery on water shortages. The suburban Perth 16=year-old impressing the athletics world with his "rare talent." having mastered not one - but three - athletic events.

7.30
30:03

7.30: June 12, 2019

ABC June 12, 2019

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Children are presenting to hospitals with the childhood respiratory condition, croup, and pneumonia in significant numbers. LUCRF, one of Australia's oldest superannuation ...

Children are presenting to hospitals with the childhood respiratory condition, croup, and pneumonia in significant numbers. LUCRF, one of Australia's oldest superannuation funds, is facing backlash after a decision to dramatically increase insurance premiums for members aged over 55. CNN White House chief correspondent Jim Acosta discusses the Trump administration's contempt for his organisation and Deloitte economist Chris Richardson looks at the jobs of the future. Plus, Bangarra Dance Theatre artistic director Stephen Page is joined by his son Hunter Page-Lochard to discuss Indigenous storytelling.