How a Woman Defied Iran to Rise to Opera Acclaim
Women in Iran aren't allowed to sing solo in public or ride motorcycles but that didn't stop Agnes Sarkis. The talented mezzo soprano is currently performing in Opera Australia's Merry Widow.
The ABC Meets 'America's Toughest Sheriff'
He's most famous for being the only person pardoned by US President Donald Trump. Now Joe Arpaio says he's running for the US Senate to give Trump extra back up in Washington, DC.
Two Indigenous Leaders Debate Australia Day
Jacinta Price, a councillor in Alice Springs, and Rod Little, the co-chair of the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples join Leigh Sales to debate the issues around changing the date of Australia Day.
The Debate Over the Date of Our National Day
Calls to shift Australia's national holiday from January 26 have gathered momentum. But a poll last year found almost three-quarters of Australians are fine with the existing date. That means the nation's major political leaders aren't in a hurry to get on board with change.