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Late-night television's award-winning news program featuring anchors Juju Chang and Byron Pitts. For in-depth reporting on today's major news stories, to features, profiles, Nightline has the last word in live network news.
 
The best story you'll hear this week. Days Like These is a podcast told by one person telling the tale of how they lived through something wild. Sometimes funny, sometimes scary, sometimes both. We've got sharks and pirates, justice and injustice, drugs and recovery, love and hate, spies and thieves, triumphs and disasters. All we need from you is less than half an hour each week.
 
Benjamin Law and Beverley Wang host your end-of-week blitz on what everyone's watching and listening to right now. Featuring big-name interviews that go deep, and big thoughts on pop culture with your two smart friends — this is the show about how everything in your feed reflects – and affects – the world. Culture moves fast — so Stop Everything! and listen in.
 
Lisa Leong helps you navigate your way through the tough times, looking for the sunshine and the humanity in the world of work. From the quirky to the somewhat controversial, experts in the world of work and business share their ideas, experiments and fast fails, that you can apply to your own career. We’re cheaper than therapy and more fun than LinkedIn, think of us as your digital water cooler.
 
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Pedro Almodóvar discusses Parallel Mothers – his intricately woven mystery about two women’s journey into motherhood and the scars of the Spanish Civil War, starring Penelope Cruz and Milena Smit. And Pablo Larraín discusses Spencer, his unconventional Princess Diana biopic set during a Christmas weekend at Sandringham starring Kristen Stewart.…
 
The Australian Republic Movement has released its Australian Choice model for Australia to become a republic. Peter FitzSimons, Bob Carr and Anne Twomey debate the direct election model and its suitablity for the Australian voter. Megan Davis is also a republican, but she believes that the unfinished business put forward through the Uluru Statement…
 
Citizens new and old celebrate Australia Day, amid a growing awareness of this day's cruel history and legacy of pain for our First Nations people.Australian of the Year Dylan Alcott calls for full funding of the National Disability Insurance Scheme, we’ll discuss that and why he, and other advocates, say better COVID care is needed for people with…
 
An appeals court judge in New York reversing the decision of a lower court, keeping the state's indoor mask mandate for schools and businesses in place for now. This, as Pfizer announces it has begun clinical trials on a vaccine for the Omicron variant. U.S. military help arriving in Ukraine with anti-tank missiles, as President Biden says he may p…
 
Cricket is one of the few professional Australian women's sports, with a team that has outperformed their male counterparts on the world stage. But it didn't get there without its champions. Former batsman, World Cup and Ashes captain Alex Blackwell shares how she pushed for change at every turn over her thirty year career, often clashing with the …
 
Days Like These is taking a break for the summer, but while we’re away we wanted to share with you some of our favourite true story podcasts. One Sunday evening, widower Warren Kirk was home alone and decided to do something he'd never done before in his life.He rang an escort service. Hear other great stories like this on Earshot, on Radio Nationa…
 
We've all watched the cost of living go up, numbers today confirm it, and it's squeezing those who're already struggling to get by.Russia's build-up near Ukraine escalates, NATO forces are redeployed in response as a deterrent, we'll look at Ukraine's readiness and how Russia may strike.What's next for the pandemic, if new Omicron infections have p…
 
Nathan Maynard is one of Australia's funniest and most clear-sighted playwrights. The Palawa writer had a hit with The Season and now he's back with At What Cost? A play that explores the thorny issue of who decides who can claim Aboriginal heritage.Also, how are theatres coping with surging COVID cases? We check in with Belvoir, Opera Australia an…
 
Many Australians have experienced online abuse. But now there's another option to address it, the esafety commissioner's powers have been made stronger, via the new Online Safety Act. So if you've been abused and want to make a complaint, how will it work and what kinds of online behaviour will you be able to have addressed?…
 
Concession card holders get free rapid tests from today, but they're still scarce, with the government warning of hoarding and price gouging. Aged care is in crisis – almost eight thousand residents are infected with COVID in homes across Australia with claims some are going without food, water, and medication. Amd claims of Chinese government cens…
 
Tegan talks with Brendan Crabb about how we best understand and get to a COVID-normal life. Also, there's reason to consider screening kids at primary school age for hearing loss problems. Inflammation and how it may affect your risk of depression; And, congenital heart disease - looking at genes not necessarily specific to the heart.…
 
The hidden cost of the pandemic. The $13 billion dollar hit to the economy from mental illness;The Prime Minister's WeChat social media account taken over, will it have electoral consequences for the Government?;And, record rains in rural South Australia. We take you out the back of Buckleboo, where fences have been swept away, but farmers are hopi…
 
It's not too long now before school goes back. It's a massive logistical task to get children back to school at the best of times, let alone when COVID-19 case numbers are higher than ever. Whether you're a parent, student or educator, returning to school in 2022 may feel challenging right now. How prepared do you feel and how are you going to hand…
 
The 19th century notion of race as something rooted in biology and genetics is a well-debunked idea whose time has passed. But the more recent liberal conception of race as a social construct fails to acknowledge the ways in which race is lived in and through the body (something the COVID pandemic has thrown into sharp relief). This week we’re talk…
 
One NYPD officer was shot and killed, and another critically wounded, when responding to a domestic disturbance call Friday. Authorities are investigating how the 47-year-old male shooter acquired a gun stolen in 2017; The State Department is preparing to approve the evacuation of some American diplomats and their families from Ukraine, as the secu…
 
Having a baby is supposed to be a joyous time, despite the sleep deprivation and constant crying.But for many women, it can be a dark time. We know one in six suffer post partum depression, but there's another condition that affects women during this period that you may not have heard of.It's called post-partum psychosis. It's rare, but for those w…
 
The brother of Lori Vallow, the Idaho mom suspected in the deaths of her two children, speaks out for the first time on network television, as authorities reveal new details on the investigation. And remembering Meat Loaf, the larger-than-life rock icon who topped the charts with several big-name hits, including "Bat Out of Hell." and "I'd do Anyth…
 
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