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Behind The News: 18/05/2010
18/05/2010
ABC  |  May 18, 2010

Budget 2010
It's a federal election year for Australia and BTN will cover the year's politics with several stories in the run-up to the poll. This week we look at the 2010 Federal Budget ..examining what a Budget is... how the money is divided up and the political arguments that determine who gets what. [Sarah]

Internet Filters
It's one of the most contentious Government initiatives - the plan to block Internet content that's deemed dangerous or inappropriate. We look at the arguments for and against the plan... how can kids be protected from bad things on the web, while not stopping adults from accessing content they feel they have a right to see. [Sarah]

Donor Dogs
We know that thousands of people donate blood to help those who are sick or injured. But it may come as a surprise that humans aren't the only ones doing it. BTN visits the world of blood-donor dogs....the vets who organise them.... and we meet a very happy recipient. [Kirsty]

World Cup
Australia has announced its initial squad for the soccer World Cup in South Africa. And Australia is also clearing the decks with other sporting bodies for a tilt at hosting the event in 2018 or 2022. So how does a country go about staging the world's biggest supporting event? [Nathan]

Mind Tricks
Have you ever been fascinated by magic tricks and how our brain is fooled into believing them? Well, neurologists in the United States are finding out exactly what's going on in our minds when we're interacting with magicians. [Tash]

Budget 2010
It's a federal election year for Australia and BTN will cover the year's politics with several stories in the run-up to the poll. This week we look at the 2010 Federal Budget ..examining what a Budget is... how the money is divided up and the political arguments that determine who gets what. [Sarah]

Internet Filters
It's one of the most contentious Government initiatives - the plan to block Internet content that's deemed dangerous or inappropriate. We look at the arguments for and against the plan... how can kids be protected from bad things on the web, while not stopping adults from accessing content they feel they have a right to see. [Sarah]

Donor Dogs
We know that thousands of people donate blood to help those who are sick or injured. But it may come as a surprise that humans aren't the only ones doing it. BTN visits the world of blood-donor dogs....the vets who organise them.... and we meet a very happy recipient. [Kirsty]

World Cup
Australia has announced its initial squad for the soccer World Cup in South Africa. And Australia is also clearing the decks with other sporting bodies for a tilt at hosting the event in 2018 or 2022. So how does a country go about staging the world's biggest supporting event? [Nathan]

Mind Tricks
Have you ever been fascinated by magic tricks and how our brain is fooled into believing them? Well, neurologists in the United States are finding out exactly what's going on in our minds when we're interacting with magicians. [Tash]

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