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Friday 27 May
Join the Waleed Aly, Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo & Meshel Laurie as they dissect & re-constitute the daily news, events & hottest topics. Special guests: Tommy Little, Anne Hathaway & Sacha Baron Cohen.
Thursday 26 May
With guest rapper 360, and guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan and Fitzy, and stories on political gaffes, Nigella Lawson on Masterchef, child restraints, talking about death, and caged eggs.
Wednesday 25 May
With guests, Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling & Dami Im and guest host Jennifer Byrne, and stories on pandemic panic, a nuclear waste dump on Indigenous land, inquest into the death of Sarah Cafferkey, and proposed help for dairy farmers.
Tuesday 24 May
With guests Sam Neill and Masterchef's Jimmy, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on deporting Kelly Webb, deaths on Everest, sleep school, and Batemans Bay's bat problem.
Monday 23 May
With guests Mark Wahlberg and Samantha Maiden, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on politicians' housing entitlements, legal battle over ugg boots, electoral enrolment, and delusional jealousy turned deadly.
Friday 20 May
With guests Jamie Oliver and Mick Fanning, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo & Gary Mehigan, and stories on penalty rates for fast food workers, AFP raids, and the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.
Thursday 19 May
Special guests, Ian Thorpe and Loren O'Keeffe and guest host Mia Freedman, and stories on the Air Egypt crash, Labor's Medicare plan, teachers with bad grammar and women only hiring.
Wednesday 18 May
Guest host Gretel Killeen, guests Jennifer Lawerence & James McAvoy, Barnaby Joyce and stories on asylum seeker facts, croc attacks, saving the dairy industry, the best age to start school and turning your cremains into a tree.
Tuesday 17 May
With guest Samantha Maiden, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on the election campaign, supplements scandal, dairy farmers, lotto win dispute, and guilty pleasures.
Monday 16 May
Join guest host Steve Price, and special guest: Comedian Michael McIntyre, plus stories on virtual reality, scammers, Hayne train changes course again, and Australia's chef shortage.
Friday 13 May
With guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo & Meshel Laurie, plus stories on Baghdad shooting, Eurovision, real estate lobbying, art fraud, government house grab, and dress codes.
Thursday 12 May
With guest hosts Tommy Little and Gretel Killen, and stories on hacking, the election campaign, thermomix, 7-11, and Trump vs Clinton.
Wednesday 11 May
With guest host Gorgi Coghlan, and Jen Byrne, and guest Jonathan LaPaglia, and stories on horses in nursing homes, working mums, antiques roadshow messes up, and islamist arrests,
Tuesday 10 May
With guests Eddie Perfect and Samantha Maiden, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on enrolling to vote, Rodrigo Duterte, taxis for mums, justice for Lynette, and Australia's most haunted town.
Monday 09 May
With guests Julie Bishop, Noni Hazelhurst, Jane Kennedy & Tom Gleisner, plus guest host Steve Price, plus stories on the Logies, the election campaign, bottled water, and Luca's legacy.
Friday 06 May
With guests Bill shorten, Common & Shark Tank's Naomi Simson, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo & Mishel Laurie, and stories on safe rooms, the federal election, belly button beer, and Mothers Day.
Thursday 05 May
With guest Arj Barker, and guest hosts Lehmo and Fitzy, and stories on company tax cuts, lawn mower champs, 60 Minutes compo, and things get ugly at a beauty pageant.
Wednesday 04 May
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar & Adam Gilchrist as they talk about the budget's nasties, Trump's presidential bid, graffiti crackdowns, and Pete's day in the budget lock-up. Special guests: Dannii Minogue, Seth Rogen & Zac Efron.
Tuesday 03 May
With guest Matt Preston, plus guest hosts Tommy Little & Fifi Box, and stories on the budget, Leicester City's win, robotic exoskeleton, Parramatta Eels salary cap breach, and detention centre crisis.
Something We Should Talk About
Something We Should Talk About
Something We Should Talk About
With less than an hour to go before the electoral rolls close, there were still nearly a million Australian adults missing. So Waleed made an impassioned plea for why you should ensure your vote counts.
After two major companies slashed the prices they're willing to pay for milk, the Aussie dairy industry is teetering on the edge. Want to know how to help? Watch this!
Malcolm Turnbull says it's "common sense" that changing negative gearing rules will "take a sledgehammer" to property prices. But what would it really mean?
Who To Blame for the NBN
This week, leaked documents seemed to reveal that the government's NBN rollout is running behind schedule - so it will not just be far slower than Labor's plan, but it's coming to us slower too.
Begging is illegal in most parts of Australia, being penalised with fines that the homeless people have no hope of paying. And with money being ripped from homelessness services, and inequity on the rise, that's something we should talk about.
ISIL is Weak
The Project's award winning piece on why ISIL is the mouse that roars. Written by Waleed Aly and Tom Whitty
Tommy visits a nudist club
There's a shortage of young people at nudist clubs in Australia so we sent Tommy Little along to get nude and experience a day in the life of a nudist.
Climate report censored?
Following a report by UNESCO on the impact of climate change on world heritage sites in which every mention of Australia was removed, we decided to catch up with the Environment Minister Greg Hunt to put things in context.
Alice Through The Looking Glass
Following the success of Tim Burton's Alice In Wonderland comes the sequel, Alice Through The Looking Glass. Hyla caught up with the stars of the film, Mia Wasikowska, Anne Hathaway & Sacha Baron Cohen.
He's one of Australia's best rappers who is about to make his big screen debut in the film 'Is this the real world'. We caught up with the one and only 360.
She wowed Eurovision and now she's here to wow us, we were delighted to chat to Dami Im about what REALLY happened backstage!
The Nice Guys
The Nice Guys is packed with stars including Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling, we sat down with the two super stars to learn about the film, and which of their characters they'd like to live as!
The Kiwi superstar joins us to talk about his new film Hunt For The Wildepeople, why he didn't see Bryan Brown at the premiere, and the new golden age of Antipodean cinema.
Mark Wahlberg: FULL INTERVIEW
The full and uncut version of Pete's chat with Mark about his incredible career and growing a business.
The champion surfer joins us to talk about his year off, beer, and of course, that time he punched a shark.
Jamie joins us with a call to get Aussies to sign up to his food revolution
Thorpie stops by to talk about following his DNA back to Africa, being out, and those pool cleaning ads.
Hyla sits down with James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, Tye Sheridan, Alexandra Shipp and Ben Hardy to talk about the mutants that want to bring on - and prevent - the end of the world.
Barnaby Joyce on the dairy crisis
The Agriculture Minister joined us to discuss the crisis in the dairy industry and calls to introduce a milk levy.
The British comedy superstar is coming to Australia, and he talks to us about not being on Tinder, not partying, and how he broke up a celebrity friendship.
Myf Warhurst on Eurovision
Myf joins us to talk about Dami Im's incredible effort in coming second at Eurovision, whether we were robbed, and what's happened to the dag factor.
Angus McCormack was asked to leave an event at his ex-school because of his attire, so we speak to Angus and his father about whether he was discriminated against. And then, we go to comedian Damien Power who breaks down the nature of creativity.
How to avoid hacking
We bank online, we shop online and we even socialise online. While this does save us time, it makes us a target for online hackers. Tommy Little caught up with a hacking expert to find out how we can improve our online safety.
With a report from Choice finding that certain Thermomix models are responsible for owners being burned or having near misses, we caught up with one of the victims and discussed the additional findings of the report.
Excursions for prisoners
A controversial new mentoring program in NSW prisons will allow inmates to be let out on day release to go on excursions. We caught up with Steve Price to get his thoughts on the matter.
Nigella Lawson on Masterchef
She's called the domestic goddess and beloved around the world and Nigella Lawson dropped in and showed the Masterchef team why on this week's episodes.
Tomorrow might be Sorry Day but Aboriginal people are still not being heard, it seems, with plans for a nuclear waste dump in South Australia shocking local Indigenous groups.
Bateman's Bay's bat problem
The coastal New South Wales town of Batemans Bay is home to a population of about 15,000 humans... and 100,000 bats. And as adorable as these bats can be, for the human residents, things are reaching breaking point.
The family of a domestic violence victim is fighting for justice after the woman's jealous husband was found not guilty of murder on mental health grounds. Tonight they speak for the first time.
Church of The Flying Spaghetti Monster
We take a look behind the pasta curtain of one of the world's most flavoursome religions.
Carrie speaks to Loren O'Keeffe after the five year search for her brother ended in tragedy.
A group of cemeteries in Melbourne are introducing new technology that allows your ashes to be treated so they can be used as micronutrient-rich fertiliser to feed a tree - enabling the cycle of life to go on.
Got a guilty pleasure? Some of Australia's best loved celebrities certainly do, so we decided to find out what they are.
Virtual reality is finally becoming actual reality - and in Melbourne you can now slip on a set of goggles and turn an empty warehouse into a zombie-filled nightmare.
It's an uncomfortable truth, that the government can take people's homes so it can build infrastructure. The Faulkners in Queensland, are fighting to keep their beloved home. So will they succeed?
Nursing Home Horses
Horses are extraordinary and beautiful animals. Gary Cullen does a service to the community by taking his clydesdales into nursing homes, where the joy they bring can be sorely needed.
Jonathan LaPaglia Survivor
Survivor is one of the greastest reality TV shows of all time and Jonathan LaPaglia promises to be one of the greatest hosts! Our own Carrie Bickmore joined Jon for a chat!
A new report has revealed the enormous amount of unpaid work that working mums do, so how do we make things more even?
The Queensland city of Toowoomba is gaining a reputation as Australia's most haunted town. We go out with Toowoomba's ghost chasers and experience some spooky stuff first hand.
The Philippines have elected a new President - but what will the rule of Rodrigo Duterte, a man whose campaign has included death threats and disgusting sex jokes, mean for the country?
Time to enrol to vote
A million Australians are missing from the electoral roll, including 18% of 18-24 year olds. And there's now less than a fortnight to jump online and enrol to vote in time for the July 2 federal election.
When Luca Janzow was killed by his father having a psychotic episode, his mother Julia's life was torn apart. But now she's using the story of her tragedy to shine a light on mental health issues.
It was a huge night for The Project, as Waleed took home the Gold and Silver Logies, and we took home another. We speak to Noni Hazlehurst, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame, about what the honour meant to her.
It's Mother's Day this weekend so we spoke to some of Australia's best loved Mum's and co to get their take on the miracle of Mum-hood.
The Everest Graveyard
After another deadly week for climbers on Mount Everest, some people are calling for climbing the world's highest mountain to be banned.
Deported on a technicality
Despite living virtually her entire life in Australia, Kelly Webb now faces deportation to England, a world away from her five children, even though she's already served an 18-month jail sentence for armed burglary.
Ugg boot battle
An American company is suing an Australian ugg boot manufacturer in a US court for trademark infringement over the term "ugg boot". We speak to the man who faces a battle to keep the ugg Aussie.
Did you know that our politicians can not only claim a away-from-home allowance to pay rent to themselves in a second home, but they can tax deduct interest and other expenses on that home? But will the election bring an end to this age of entitlemen
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