BTN Newsbreak
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BTN Newsbreak: February 20, 2020

ABC Me February 20, 2020

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TikTok launches a new family safety mode and we learn about the concerns around data being shared via the hugely popular app. Holden fans lament the end of the iconic car ...

TikTok launches a new family safety mode and we learn about the concerns around data being shared via the hugely popular app. Holden fans lament the end of the iconic car manufacturer at the Clipsal 500. A ghost ship turns up in Ireland and a significant archaeological site is unearthed in Peru.

BTN Newsbreak
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BTN Newsbreak: February 19, 2020

ABC Me February 19, 2020

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In this episode of BTN Newsbreak, the headquarters of the Australian Space Agency is launched in Adelaide. UNICEF reveals results from a report on the wellbeing of children ...

In this episode of BTN Newsbreak, the headquarters of the Australian Space Agency is launched in Adelaide. UNICEF reveals results from a report on the wellbeing of children around the world. An investigation by art conservators has found a painting in the US was actually done by Rembrandt, not one of his assistants, as previously thought. There's also a sauna competition and an incredible mountain bike stunt.

7.30
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7.30: February 19, 2020

ABC February 19, 2020

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What does social media app TikTok do with your data? The campaign to boost the number of male nurses. Plus Harvey Weinstein's former personal assistant speaks out.

What does social media app TikTok do with your data? The campaign to boost the number of male nurses. Plus Harvey Weinstein's former personal assistant speaks out.

7.30
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7.30: February 18, 2020

ABC February 18, 2020

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A worker, a driver and an enthusiast reflect on the demise of the iconic Holden brand. Plus high prices and strict regulation is driving a growing black market in medical ...

A worker, a driver and an enthusiast reflect on the demise of the iconic Holden brand. Plus high prices and strict regulation is driving a growing black market in medical cannabis oil. Presented by Leigh Sales.

National Press Club Address
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National Press Club Address: Countering Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse

ABC February 19, 2020

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AUSTRAC CEO Nicole Rose, ACIC CEO Michael Phelan, and Australian Federal Police Commissioner Reece Kershaw, address the Press Club on the topic: Countering Child Sexual ...

AUSTRAC CEO Nicole Rose, ACIC CEO Michael Phelan, and Australian Federal Police Commissioner Reece Kershaw, address the Press Club on the topic: Countering Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse.

Foreign Correspondent
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Foreign Correspondent: The Coal War

ABC February 18, 2020

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While Australia ponders opening new coal fields, Germany has declared the industry must end. The country's last black coal mines were closed in 2018 and now the government has ...

While Australia ponders opening new coal fields, Germany has declared the industry must end. The country's last black coal mines were closed in 2018 and now the government has decided to phase out all brown coal mines and coal-fired power plants.

BTN Newsbreak
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BTN Newsbreak: February 18, 2020

ABC Me February 18, 2020

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In this episode of BTN Newsbreak there's controversy surrounding Nike's super-fast running shoes and General Motors announces they are scrapping the Holden brand, leading to ...

In this episode of BTN Newsbreak there's controversy surrounding Nike's super-fast running shoes and General Motors announces they are scrapping the Holden brand, leading to 600 employees losing their jobs. Plus we hear from Aussies returning from being quarantined on Christmas Island for two weeks.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: The Only Witness (Part 1)

ABC February 17, 2020

Personal and social capability

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A cyclist dead on a country road with very few clues as to who hit him. Against all odds, two country cops track down the driver, only to discover he is connected to another death.

A cyclist dead on a country road with very few clues as to who hit him. Against all odds, two country cops track down the driver, only to discover he is connected to another death.

7.30
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7.30: February 17, 2020

ABC February 17, 2020

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What happens when the government wants your land for a major infrastructure project? An Australian woman who contracted coronavirus on the Diamond Princess talks from ...

What happens when the government wants your land for a major infrastructure project? An Australian woman who contracted coronavirus on the Diamond Princess talks from isolation in hospital. Presented by Leigh Sales.

Q and A
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Q and A: Trust

ABC February 17, 2020

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Who do you trust? How have we lost it, how could we regain it, and how can we reinstate integrity and truth. Hamish Macdonald is joined by Katie Allen, Jacqui Lambie, Clare ...

Who do you trust? How have we lost it, how could we regain it, and how can we reinstate integrity and truth. Hamish Macdonald is joined by Katie Allen, Jacqui Lambie, Clare O'Neil, Simon McKeon and Jack Manning Bancroft.

Behind the News
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Behind the News: February 18, 2020

ABC Me February 18, 2020

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The Behind the News team explains the role of the World Health Organization when it comes to pandemics and contagious diseases. There's an explanation of how beach erosion is ...

The Behind the News team explains the role of the World Health Organization when it comes to pandemics and contagious diseases. There's an explanation of how beach erosion is affecting coastal properties. Plus there's a look at all sides of the homework debate, the dwarf planet Pluto and International Mother Language Day.

Four Corners
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Four Corners: Boys Club

ABC February 17, 2020

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Private school privilege and a cover up culture. Schools promise academic excellence and pledge to turn out fine young men and women, but has a desire to protect reputation at ...

Private school privilege and a cover up culture. Schools promise academic excellence and pledge to turn out fine young men and women, but has a desire to protect reputation at all costs allowed a toxic culture to flourish? Four Corners uncovers evidence of how a desire to protect reputation at all costs has allowed a toxic culture to flourish. Louise Milligan reports on the "toxic masculinity" culture that allegedly thrives within St Kevin’s College in Toorak.

BTN Newsbreak
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BTN Newsbreak: February 17, 2020

ABC Me February 17, 2020

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The BTN Newsbreak team updates us on those people who have been in quarantine due to COVID-19. We get the latest updates on the floods and wild weather in England. Plus, ...

The BTN Newsbreak team updates us on those people who have been in quarantine due to COVID-19. We get the latest updates on the floods and wild weather in England. Plus, Mohamed Toure becomes the youngest player to score a goal in the A-League and in animal news there’s a baby hippo, an albino elephant and a camel romance.

60 Minutes
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60 Minutes: February 16, 2020

Nine February 16, 2020

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Sarah Ristevski: The Untold Story Sarah Ristevski is Karen and Borce Ristevski's only child. Until her mother was killed, she treasured her idyllic upbringing, but now she's ...

Sarah Ristevski: The Untold Story Sarah Ristevski is Karen and Borce Ristevski's only child. Until her mother was killed, she treasured her idyllic upbringing, but now she's confronting an agonising dilemma: how to make sense of the fact the mother she loved was killed by the father she loved - and still loves! 24-year-old Sarah had never spoken publicly about her parents until she sat down with Liz Hayes for the most extraordinary and emotional interview of 2020.

Landline
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Landline: February 16, 2020

ABC February 16, 2020

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Landline goes to Bass Strait and Australia's largest remaining scallop fishery. Also meet the scientist whose work in sheep helped in the births of 10 million IVF babies. Plus ...

Landline goes to Bass Strait and Australia's largest remaining scallop fishery. Also meet the scientist whose work in sheep helped in the births of 10 million IVF babies. Plus the old alcohol that's new again - mead.

Insiders
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Insiders: February 16, 2020

ABC February 16, 2020

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David Speers interviews Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack and Mike Bowers is joined by Shalailah Medhora for Talking Pictures. On the couch are The Age and Sydney ...

David Speers interviews Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack and Mike Bowers is joined by Shalailah Medhora for Talking Pictures. On the couch are The Age and Sydney Morning Herald's David Crowe, Newscorp's Annika Smethurst and Malcolm Farr.

BTN Newsbreak
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BTN Newsbreak: February 14, 2020

ABC Me February 14, 2020

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BTN explains the origins of Valentine’s Day. A cyclone hits Lord Howe Island and there’s record high temperatures in Antarctica. In sports news, the Matildas football team ...

BTN explains the origins of Valentine’s Day. A cyclone hits Lord Howe Island and there’s record high temperatures in Antarctica. In sports news, the Matildas football team progress through the Olympic qualifiers. In lighter news there’s a baby polar bear, rescued koalas and fashion made from chocolate.

7.30
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7.30: February 13, 2020

ABC February 13, 2020

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With more revelations emerging in the sports grants saga, clubs that missed out on funding are looking for answers. In part four of our housing special we look at some of the ...

With more revelations emerging in the sports grants saga, clubs that missed out on funding are looking for answers. In part four of our housing special we look at some of the people and businesses thinking differently about Australia's housing affordability crisis.