The Feed
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The Feed: Wrestlemania

Season 2020 Episode 10 SBS April 28, 2020

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Have you ever wanted to lift another person over your head and smash them into the ground? That is the life of a professional wrestler - but those skills don't always come ...

Have you ever wanted to lift another person over your head and smash them into the ground? That is the life of a professional wrestler - but those skills don't always come easy. At a handful of wrestling schools around Australia, budding athletes are turning their childhood WWE fantasies into reality.

Foreign Correspondent
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Foreign Correspondent: A New Crusade

ABC April 28, 2020

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Civics and citizenship

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A deeply divided nation in the throes of a culture war. The Polish government and Catholic Church are forming a holy alliance to denounce Western-style liberalism. Now ...

A deeply divided nation in the throes of a culture war. The Polish government and Catholic Church are forming a holy alliance to denounce Western-style liberalism. Now feminists, gay people and liberals are fighting back.

Behind the News
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Behind the News: April 28, 2020

ABC Me April 28, 2020

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BTN finds out more about Captain James Cook and his famous voyage on board the Endeavour, during which he charted New Zealand at the Eastern coast of Australia. The National ...

BTN finds out more about Captain James Cook and his famous voyage on board the Endeavour, during which he charted New Zealand at the Eastern coast of Australia. The National Maritime Museum gives Amelia a tour of the HM Bark Endeavour Replica, which was built to be as close as possible to the original ship sailed by Cook. Explore the lasting impact of the Endeavour's arrival on Australia's First Peoples. Take a look at how Australia has changed in the 250 years since Cook's arrival.

Insight
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Insight: Cooped Up Families

Season 2020 Episode 13 SBS April 28, 2020

News and current affairs

Intercultural understanding

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Ninety percent of the world’s students are in lockdown with education moving online. There are concerns this period will further widen the education divide in Australia. ...

Ninety percent of the world’s students are in lockdown with education moving online. There are concerns this period will further widen the education divide in Australia. Insight talks to cooped up families about how they are managing home-schooling and finds out what it will mean for the future.

BtN Newsbreak
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BtN Newsbreak: April 28, 2020

ABC Me April 28, 2020

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Social restrictions out in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19 are starting to be slowly lifted. BtN tells us about the 250th anniversary of Captain Cook's Endeavour ...

Social restrictions out in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19 are starting to be slowly lifted. BtN tells us about the 250th anniversary of Captain Cook's Endeavour arriving on the coast of New South Wales in 1770. People in the UK get creative with their exercise as they complete the 2.6 mile challenge.

7.30
31:32

7.30: April 28, 2020

ABC April 28, 2020

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Parts of Australia have gone more than a week with no new coronavirus COVID-19 cases. The pandemic expose how reliant Australia is on the rest of the world for crucial goods ...

Parts of Australia have gone more than a week with no new coronavirus COVID-19 cases. The pandemic expose how reliant Australia is on the rest of the world for crucial goods such as medical supplies. Claims of unsafe conditions in two call centres in the Philippines.

7.30
31:01

7.30: April 27, 2020

ABC April 27, 2020

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Did New Zealand's coronavirus lockdown need to go so far? Dr Norman Swan compares Australia's COVID-19 response to Sweden's. Plus mental health support groups are receiving a ...

Did New Zealand's coronavirus lockdown need to go so far? Dr Norman Swan compares Australia's COVID-19 response to Sweden's. Plus mental health support groups are receiving a record number of calls. Presented by Leigh Sales.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: His Brilliant Careers

ABC April 27, 2020

Personal and social capability

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Actor Sam Neill is a Kiwi but has done much of his best work in Australia. He talks life, love and his other grand obsession: making wine.

Actor Sam Neill is a Kiwi but has done much of his best work in Australia. He talks life, love and his other grand obsession: making wine.

BtN Newsbreak
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BtN Newsbreak: April 27, 2020

ABC Me April 27, 2020

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The Government releases the COVID-19 tracing application 'COVIDSafe'. Online gaming is on the increase with more people staying at home during the pandemic.

The Government releases the COVID-19 tracing application 'COVIDSafe'. Online gaming is on the increase with more people staying at home during the pandemic.

Q and A
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Q and A: Education in the Age of COVID-19

ABC April 27, 2020

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Civics and citizenship

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Students and teachers face big disruption in our education system. Hamish Macdonald asks the panel when should we ease restrictions and safely re-open schools and ...

Students and teachers face big disruption in our education system. Hamish Macdonald asks the panel when should we ease restrictions and safely re-open schools and universities, plus the impact and inequity of remote learning. Panellists: Nick Coatsworth, deputy chief medical officer; Lisa Jackson Pulver, deputy vice chancellor, University of Sydney; Mark Scott, secretary, NSW Department of Education; Lian Davies, principal, Whittlesea Secondary College; with a live cross to Dan Tehan, minister for education.

Four Corners
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Four Corners: Trapped in the Volcano

ABC April 27, 2020

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Civics and citizenship

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How the cruise of a lifetime turned into a deadly nightmare. Passengers and day trippers were trapped when New Zealand's most active volcano, White Island, erupted. Were ...

How the cruise of a lifetime turned into a deadly nightmare. Passengers and day trippers were trapped when New Zealand's most active volcano, White Island, erupted. Were tourists warned of the danger and could more have been done to prevent tragedy?

60 Minutes
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60 Minutes: April 26, 2020

Nine April 26, 2020

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Intensive Caring To show the extraordinary effort that goes into the fight against coronavirus COVID-19, 60 Minutes has been allowed inside an Australian COVID-19 intensive ...

Intensive Caring To show the extraordinary effort that goes into the fight against coronavirus COVID-19, 60 Minutes has been allowed inside an Australian COVID-19 intensive care unit. It's the first time any media has been given access which is because it's one of the most dangerous places in the country. In these special wards, every day is a matter of life and death, and not just for the patients. The remarkable health professionals trying to save them also face enormous risks. Every Aussie has made sacrifices during this unprecedented time, but as Tom Steinfort discovers, the intensive caring by medical staff in these ICUs adds an entirely new perspective to this coronavirus crisis. Who's WHO? If you're on the wrong side of US President Donald Trump you certainly know about it, and right now, the focus of his fury is the World Health Organization. He accuses the WHO of being China's lapdog and says it's responsible for helping the communist regime hide the true extent of the coronavirus disaster. As punishment Trump has withdrawn American funding to the organisation. Australia too has questions about the WHO, specifically what it did in China and when? By comparison with the US leader though, our prime minister Scott Morrison is far more diplomatic. He wants a review of the WHO's role, but he's also proposed the health body be given additional powers, including the right to forcibly enter countries to avoid repeating the COVID-19 disaster. Liz Hayes asks the question - who exactly is the WHO? End of Trade With the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, one day is a long time. Consequently, it seems like an age has passed since Liam Bartlett reported 60 Minutes' first story about the disease. But it was actually only seven weeks ago when he went undercover at an Asian wildlife market; one of the very kind where it's believed today's deadly virus originated. His report from Bangkok was not only watched by millions of people around the world, it forced an extraordinary response. Thai authorities raided the market, shut it down, and took the animals they found to safety. This week the Australian agriculture minister David Littleproud demanded further international action, calling these types of markets a risk to human health and food production. Child's Play Everyone knows how successfully Kim Kardashian has proven that you don't need any particular ability to be famous. She's so good at the art of being a celebrity, she has 164 million followers on Instagram as well as another 100 million or so on Facebook and Twitter. And what follows followers is money. Heaps of it. It's a financial carrot that guarantees a plethora of Kardashian wannabes, many of whom are mini-moguls. As Sarah Abo reports, just like the child movie stars of a bygone era, it seems you're never too young to start posting in search of fame and fortune.

Anzac Day: Sydney Anzac Commemorative Service 2020
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Anzac Day: Sydney Anzac Commemorative Service 2020

ABC April 25, 2020

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Modern history

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While we cannot be together on Anzac Day, Australians can commemorate together. We take you to Sydney for a special Anzac Day Commemorative Service.

While we cannot be together on Anzac Day, Australians can commemorate together. We take you to Sydney for a special Anzac Day Commemorative Service.

Landline
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Landline: April 26, 2020

ABC April 26, 2020

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

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This program pays tribute to our Anzacs with stories of how diggers smuggled a French orphan boy into Melbourne after World War II, the soldier settlement schemes, and a ...

This program pays tribute to our Anzacs with stories of how diggers smuggled a French orphan boy into Melbourne after World War II, the soldier settlement schemes, and a family linked to the charge of the Light Horse Brigade at Beersheba.

Insiders
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Insiders: April 26, 2020

ABC April 26, 2020

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Civics and citizenship

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David Speers interviews Shadow Minister for Home Affairs Kristina Keneally. Mike Bowers is joined by SBS chief political correspondent Brett Mason for Talking Pictures. On the ...

David Speers interviews Shadow Minister for Home Affairs Kristina Keneally. Mike Bowers is joined by SBS chief political correspondent Brett Mason for Talking Pictures. On the couch are the Age and Sydney Morning Herald's James Chessell, Network 10's Peter van Onselen and ABC Radio Melbourne's Virginia Trioli to discuss the next steps in easing restrictions and economic reform plus Australia calls for an independent investigation into the origins of coronavirus COVID-19.

Landline
28:00

Landline: Anzac Tribute

ABC April 25, 2020

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

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This program looks at the importance of war memorials in paying tribute to our Anzacs, and the Indigenous soldiers denied access to land settlement schemes after serving their ...

This program looks at the importance of war memorials in paying tribute to our Anzacs, and the Indigenous soldiers denied access to land settlement schemes after serving their country in world wars.

BtN Newsbreak
5:00

BtN Newsbreak: April 24, 2020

ABC Me April 24, 2020

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Young Australians share what ANZAC Day means to them and schools prepare online assemblies to commemorate the special day.

Young Australians share what ANZAC Day means to them and schools prepare online assemblies to commemorate the special day.

BtN Newsbreak
5:00

BtN Newsbreak: April 23, 2020

ABC Me April 23, 2020

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BtN speaks to some Muslim kids to find out about their plans for Ramadan this year. The NRL and AFL start making plans to start the 2020 season which has been delayed due to ...

BtN speaks to some Muslim kids to find out about their plans for Ramadan this year. The NRL and AFL start making plans to start the 2020 season which has been delayed due to COVID-19. Learn about the language of AUSLAN and what it takes to be an effective AUSLAN interpreter.