Stories include, 'Chinese espionage campaign targets governments at G20', 'Budget surplus and Direct Action are the focus for Joe Hockey', 'More workplace flexibility needed says retiring Westpac CEO Gail Kelly' and 'Meet Australia's latest world champion - of freestyle moto-cross'.
Panellists include: Greg Combet - Former Labor Minister, Sussan Ley - Assistant Minister for Education, Jennifer Robinson - Human Rights Lawyer, John Stackhouse - Visiting Christian Scholar and Simon Breheny - Editor of FreedomWatch.
Stories include, 'Jacqui Lambie and Clive Palmer widen party room rift', '"The ABC and SBS can't be exempt" to spending cuts says Malcolm Turnbull' and 'Can exercising your brain keep Alzheimer's away?'.
Panellists include: Annastacia Palaszczuk - Premier of Queensland, Archbishop Mark Coleridge - Catholic Archbishop of Brisbane, Ron Boswell - Former Nationals Senator and Anne Tiernan - School of Government and International Relations, Griffith University.
Liam Cochrane travels to the source of most of Australia's heroin - the vast opium fields of Myanmar, where poppy production has more than doubled in a decade. What will it take to stop the opium trade?
Stories include, 'Cage fighting draws women to the ring', 'Asylum seekers sent home to jail and beatings', 'Chinese telco tries to shake off espionage image' and 'Labor's predicted election defeat raises leadership questions'.
Stories include, 'Concerns grow over top-selling drug's side effects', 'East Timor accuses Australia of spying for economic gain' and 'Are foreign investors shutting first home buyers out of the market?'.
Stories include, 'Allegations of research misconduct around breakthrough cancer findings', 'Debate stalemate foreshadows battle for economic supremacy' and 'Matt Damon on the importance of not being nervous'.
Panellists: Scott Ryan, special minister of state; Clare O'Neil, shadow minister for justice; Peter Singer, philosopher and ethicist; Leyla Acaroglu, design disruptor and cultural provocateur; and Ted Lapkin, former Abbott government advisor.
How much sleep do you really need, and what happens to your body when you don't get enough? Insight is an Australian current affairs forum, with lively debate and powerful first-person stories. Hosted by award-winning journalist Jenny Brockie. (An SBS Production) CC
Panellists include: Christopher Pyne - Education Minister, Anna Burke - Former Speaker of the House, Mark Trevorrow - Actor and comedian aka 'Bob Downe', Pallavi Sinha - Human Rights and Immigration Lawyer and John Roskam - Executive Director, Institute of Public Affairs.
Panellists: Noel Pearson, founder of Cape York Partnership; Pat Anderson, co-chair of the Referendum Council and chairwoman of the Lowitja Institute; Megan Davis, UNSW pro vice-chancellor Indigenous; Nakkiah Lui, playwright, performer and commentator; and Stan Grant, ABC Indigenous affairs coverage editor.
Panellists include: Baroness Susan Greenfield - Neuroscientist, writer and broadcaster, Greg Hunt - Minister for the Environment, Anthony Albanese - Shadow Infrastructure Minister, Laura John - 2014 Australian Youth Representative to the UN and James Paterson - Deputy Executive Director, Institute of Public Affairs.
Panellists: Mark Seymour, singer-songwriter; Bridget McKenzie, National Party senator for Victoria; Amanda Rishworth, shadow minister for veterans affairs and defence personnel; Peter Holmes a Court, businessman turned writer; Kerry Chikarovski, former NSW Liberal leader; and Lydia Khalil, international security adviser.
Panellists include Brendan O'Connor - Minister for Home Affairs, Sophie Mirabella - Shadow Minister for innovation, Industry, Science and Research, Kaiser Kuo - Beijing-based columnist, Brett Solomon - Executive Director of Accessnow.org and Helen Razer - opinion and arts writer.
Panellists include, Valerie Amos, British High Commissioner to Australia, John Doyle, radio presenter and comedian, Nicola Roxon, Minister For Health and Ageing, Greg Hunt, Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Tim Wilson, Institute of Public Affairs.
This week Q&A will be marking the 40th International Women's Day with a special program hosted by Annabel Crabb and a panel including Julie Bishop - Minister for Foreign Affairs, Germaine Greer - Feminist icon and provocateur, Roxanne Gay - Writer, editor and bad feminist, Holly Dramer - CEO, Best & Less and Yassmin Abdel-Magied - Founder of Youth Without Borders.
Panellists: Dan Tehan, minister for veterans' affairs and defence personnel; Lisa Singh, Tasmanian Labor senator; Dave Hughes, comedian and broadcaster; Mark Leibler, taxation lawyer and corporate strategist; and Danni Addison, CEO Urban Development Institute Victoria.
Panellists: Eric Abetz, Tasmanian Liberal senator; Terri Butler, Queensland Labor MP; Benjamin Law, screenwriter, author and columnist; Nakkiah Lui, playwright, performer and commentator; and Greg Sheridan, foreign affairs editor, The Australian.
Panellists: Richard Di Natale, leader of The Australian Greens; Tim Watts, federal Member for Gellibrand; Judith Sloan, economist and businesswoman; Ged Kearney, president of the Australian Council of Trade Unions; Grace Collier, IR commentator; and John Roskam, executive director, Institute of Public Affairs.
Panellists: Wadah Khanfar, former director-general of the Al Jazeera Network; Claire Wardle, First Draft News; Mark Day, journalist The Australian; Zed Seselja, assistant minister for social services and multicultural affairs; and Terri Butler, Queensland Labor MP.
How much control do we have over guns in Australia? 28th April, 2016, marks 20 years since the Port Arthur massacre. The incident sparked sweeping changes to Australia's gun ownership laws, changes that have been mostly heralded as a ground-breaking example of effective gun control legislation. Insight asks is enough being done to control guns in Australia? How should the current government act?
Stories include, 'Panama papers reveal evidence Australians are involved in deals with North Korea that could be in breach of sanctions', 'Simon Birmingham promises more details of higher education changes before polls', 'NBN mixed technology is good enough to meet current needs, CEO says' and 'Nathaniel Rateliff: Music for sweaty blue collar workers and gospel lovers'.
ELECTION SET FOR JULY 2 AS ABCC BILL REJECTED BY SENATE
For the second time, the senate has voted down a government bill to reinstate the ABCC. This second rejection leaves Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull holding a double dissolution election trigger.
INTERVIEW: LABOR SENATOR PENNY WONG
Penny Wong, Labor's leader in the Senate, speaks to Leigh Sales as the ALP moves into election campaign mode.
INTERVIEW: ATTORNEY-GENERAL GEORGE BRANDIS
Attorney-General, Senator George Brandis, speaks with Leigh Sales as a July 2 election becomes likely.
LEGAL TUG-OF-WAR HIGHLIGHTS FLAWS OF CURRENT SURROGACY SYSTEM
A newborn baby has been used as a bargaining chip between its biological parents and its surrogate mother after a surrogacy arrangement in north Queensland went sour.
Hosted by Emma Alberici and Tony Jones, this program continues a 25 year tradition of breaking stories and setting the agenda. With in-depth investigative journalism, long form interviews and a fresh perspective on current events.
Stories include: 'Mining considered on Cape York station, bought by Qld Government to protect Great Barrier Reef', 'Election 2016: Malcolm Turnbull accepts responsibility for Coalition performance', 'Interview: Julie Bishop', 'Comedian Billy Crystal'
MINING CONSIDERED ON CAPE YORK STATION, BOUGHT BY QLD GOVERNMENT TO PROTECT GREAT BARRIER REEF
The Qld Department of Natural Resources is considering two applications to mine a river within the Cape York cattle station, bought last month by the state's environment department in an effort to ensure conservation of the reef.
ELECTION 2016: MALCOLM TURNBULL ACCEPTS RESPONSIBILITY FOR COALITION PERFORMANCE
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has conceded he needs to work harder to rebuild the trust of Australians when it comes to the Coalition's health policies. Meanwhile the AEC continues to tally up votes.
INTERVIEW: JULIE BISHOP
Deputy Liberal Party Leader and Foreign Affairs Minister, Julie Bishop, joins Leigh Sales for her first post-election interview.
COMEDIAN BILLY CRYSTAL
Comedian Billy Crystal discusses his friendship with Muhammad Ali, that orgasm scene in When Harry Met Sally, his secrets to hosting the Oscars and his concern about the current state of US politics.
Does It Have a future? The Commonwealth of 53 counties, describes itself as a voluntary association where countries support each other and work together towards shared goals in democracy and development. Does it need to change to survive another 60 years?
An investigation that exposes the way children are used to produce the raw materials that drive a multi-billion dollar industry. Cocoa beans are the basic ingredients of chocolate. They are one of the most heavily traded commodities in the world. In Europe, major chocolate makers have signed up to Fairtrade programs, claiming some of their products are made without abusive labour practices. Now the BBC's Paul Kenyon, posing as a cocoa bean buyer, puts those claims to the test, revealing the Fairtrade seal of approval on chocolate is not all always what it appears to be.
The story, 'Boomers go bust', details the superannuation disaster experienced by baby boomers. The story, 'Daddy's boy', tells the story of pain and confusion of an unorthodox family. The story, 'The crimes of Comrade Duch', examines the international tribunal, which will deliver the verdict on the killing fields in Cambodia by Comrade Duch.
The story, 'Madness on the motorway', details the events that unfolded on the M6 motorway in England in 2008. The story, 'The beauty trap', investigates the dangers associated with cosmetic surgery. The story, 'King of comedy', speaks with Robin Williams about his stand up comedy show- 'Weapons of Self-Destruction'.
The story, 'Breaking point', investigates school yard bulling while detailing the experiences of Alex Wildman and Dakoda Stainer. The story, 'It's my life', features an interview with musician Bon Jovi. The story, 'The vanishing', examines the disappearing of Australia's wildlife.
The story, 'Beyonce', features an interview with singer, dancer and actress Beyonce Knowles about her career and life. The story, 'The big bang', deals with the First World War when Australian gold and coal miners dug their way beneath the German trenches. The story, 'The great flood', details how the decade-long drought may have finally broken, although it's taken a once in a hundred year flood to do it.
In a television first Eric Campbell investigates the nature of Thailand's monarchy and its succession. As a result of the report Eric will not be able to ever return to Thailand due to the extreme likelihood of his arrest.
The story, 'Latham at large', discusses the Federal election campaign with guest reporter Mark Latham and the different strategies used by political parties. The story, 'A real fighter', talks with Private Damien Thomlinson about the war in Afghanistan and why the troops should stay put. The story, 'Mum's the word', catches up with Nadya Suleman who made international headlines with the birth of eight babies through IVF last year. She now has 14 children.
Stories include, 'Auditor-General criticises Government advertising system', 'Afghanistan casualty farewelled by home town', 'Indian student's killer charged', 'CMC Palm Island report blasts Queensland police', 'Gaza blockade eases to allow building materials', 'Vote-buying in IWC confirmed', 'Former Japanese fisheries boss joins Lateline', 'Foreign aid trickles in to Kyrgyzstan refugees', 'BP chief prepared for congressional grilling', 'Bloody Sunday paratroopers may stand trial for perjury'.
Just how close are doctors and drug companies? Doctors and specialists get a lot of gifts from drug companies. These range from pens and coffee mugs, to stethoscopes through to free trips to international conferences. Just last year, drug companies in Australia spent more than $62 million on educational events for doctors, and half of that amount was spent on hospitality such as meals. Do these handouts buy influence?
According to the African Union, Africa holds two fifths of the world's uranium and gold, three quarters of the world's platinum and 90% of the world's diamonds. So what explains the failure to use Africa's riches to uplift the continents citizens?
This time America's hunters aren't prepared to be very, very quiet. There's an ornery critter roaming the wilds of the west that they say is devouring native animals and farm stock and they warn it's only a matter of time before a human is attacked and killed. So they're cussin' and hollerin' for the right to hunt down the predator but conservationists and the law won't let 'em. For now, the big wild wolf is protected. So, will they take the law into their own hands?
The story, 'A mother's burden', features an interview with Carleen Bryant, the mother of Martin Bryant. The story, 'From the ruins', speaks with rescue teams about the Christchurch earthquake. The story, 'Going Gaga', Anderson Cooper of American 60 Minutes talks to pop star Stefani Germanotta, also known as Lady Gaga.
On Tuesday, there's another chance to see Dateline's investigation into bath salts... the name given to a new drug driving its addicts mad and tearing families apart in the United States. A far-right Israeli group is trying to stop marriages between Jews and Arabs... Dateline meets its leader and follows its campaign to enforce strict separation. Plus, Dani Isdale visits a school with no rules, but is the kids' playtime chaos good for learning or has the principal gone too far?
Stories include, 'Has the Independent Commission Against Corruption gone too far?', 'The pre-paid funeral plan leaving thousands of Australians out of pocket', 'Australian Government boosts Ebola response but is it enough?' and 'US mid-terms leave Barack Obama's veto as Democrats' last line of defence'.
Stories include, 'Barack Obama overlooked Barrier Reef action claims Julie Bishop', 'Why are some Australians campaigning against Halal and what's its effect?', 'Tensions rise in Jerusalem over Al Aqsa mosque' and ' Is it the end of the road for Australia's love affair with the car?'.
Panellists include: Mike Baird - NSW Premier, Chris Bowen - Shadow Treasurer, Helen Joyce - International Editor of The Economist, Geoffrey Robertson - International human rights lawyer and Catherine Livingstone - President of the Business Council of Australia.
Panellists include, Peter Singer - Renowned philosopher and ethicist, Greg Hunt - Minister for the Environment, Mark Butler - Shadow Minister for Environment, Amanda Vanstone - Former Liberal Senator and Adrienne Truscott - Comedian, writer, dancer and circus performer.
When you think of the biggest waves in the world, it's a fair bet that England's south coast isn't the first thing that comes to mind; The French Riviera is the summer haven for the richest of the rich. Millionaires and billionaires go there to laze in the sun, drink cocktails and shop. Hard on their Gucici heels is a gang of thieves. Plus, it could be one of the greatest medical breakthroughs of the 21st century - a cure for childhood cancer.
Panellists include: Patrick McGorry - Mental Health Advocate, Josh Thomas - Comedian and Actor, Louise Byrne - Lived Experience Practitioner, Jennifer Bowers - Australasian Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health and Bob Katter - Leader of the Katter's Australian Party.
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Ramadan, the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, is a special time for Muslims. See how the community fasts from dawn and dines together come sunset with Behind the News and Compass. (ACHASSK065,VCHHK077)