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Thursday 26 Nov
With guests Hamish and Andy, Ben Elton, Ed Sheeran and Katherine Kelly, plus guest host Freddie Flintoff, and stories on the South Australian bushfires, the accidental marathon man, mental health reforms and bacon undies.
Wednesday 25 Nov
With guests Chris Hemsworth, Matt Buntyne and Steve Price, plus guest host Chris Bath, and stories on Turkey shooting down Russian plane, ban on "hoverboards", avoiding Christmas debt, and domestic violence.
Tuesday 24 Nov
With guest Bill Shorten, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on rental prices, cigarette prices, domestic violence, national security, living waste-free, and the ARIAs.
Monday 23 Nov
With guests Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff, Peter Senior and Samantha Maiden, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on legalising Uber, drone racing, Australian politics and terrorism, and the boy who hiccupped through the national anthem.
Friday 20 Nov
With guests Paul Fenech, Shane Warne and Peter Capaldi, and stories on the Paris siege, Robo Cats, Men with PMS, the mystery tattoo man, and Lehmo chats to kids about outer space.
Thursday 19 Nov
With guests Kate Ritchie, Chrissie Swan and Tim Blackwell and guest host Fitzy, and stories on the Paris siege, roof-topping, Adam the merman, and Campbell the awesome 11 year old on a gift making mission.
Wednesday 18 Nov
With guests Julia Morris, Hyla, Adam Gilchrist and Renee Bargh, plus guest hosts Tommy Little and Todd Sampson, and stories on fresh attacks in Paris, the Kookaburra cricket ball, WA bushfires and codeine classification.
Tuesday 17 Nov
With guests Hamish & Andy and Julia Morris, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on the latest news from Paris, police anti-terrorism tactics, and sex education for young children.
Monday 16 Nov
With guests Rob Thomas, Michael Keenan and Paul Kent, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on the Paris attacks, national security, ISIL's strategy, Holly Holm defeating Ronda Rousey, and the Helping Hands Program.
Friday 13 Nov
With guests Ryan O'Kane, Kylie Minogue and Daniel Craig, and guest hosts Ray Martin and Meshel Laurie, plus stories on Private Healthcare Hike, Storm Chasers, Sport with HG Nelson and a Skateboarding Dog.
Thursday 12 Nov
With guests Rachael Taylor and Jules Schiller, and guest hosts Ray Martin and Tom Ballard, plus stories on police PTSD insurance claim problems, Tropfest's cancellation, Charles and Camilla's visit and disability park shaming.
Wednesday 11 Nov
With guests Sam Mac, Samantha Maiden and Steve Price, plus stories on the Ballina shark attack, baby formula wars, My Son the Jihadi, and adult playdough.
Tuesday 10 Nov
With guests Kevin Rudd, Adam Spencer and Jai Courtney, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Matt White and Fifi Box, and stories on a grandma's fight against a mining company, Australia's asylum policies, and Jared Tallent's claims for an Olympic gold med
Monday 09 Nov
With guests Deborra-Lee Furness and the cast of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on S plates for seniors, Mal Leyland back on tour, the Christmas Island riot, and Carrie's Beanies 4 Brain Cancer.
Friday 06 Nov
With guests Kevin Dillon, Kurt Coleman, Joe Sugg, Caspar Lee and H.G. Nelson, plus guest hosts Hugh Riminton, Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on a way to retain hair during chemo, young botox users, and a retiring wrestler.
Thursday 05 Nov
With guests Gwen Stefani and Angela Bishop, plus guest host Daniel MacPherson, and stories on a dying Dad's effort to provide for his son, urban street food, revelations about the cause of Russian Airbus 321's crash and a young maths genius.
Wednesday 04 Nov
With guests Stephen Fry and Steve Price, plus guest hosts Hugh Riminton and Jennifer Byrne, and stories on primary school starting age, PrEP treatment for HIV, attitudes to climate change, and billions of flies.
Tuesday 03 Nov
With guests Matt Preston, Tommy Little and Michelle Payne, plus guest hosts Hugh Riminton and Meshel Laurie, and stories on the Melbourne Cup, Birdsville's only policeman's retirement, and debate about food deliveries on the beach.
Monday 02 Nov
With guests Joel McHale, Julie Bishop and Melissa Rivers, plus guest hosts Hugh Riminton and Steve Price, and stories on sick notes, Islamic radicals, and Bart Cummings' legacy.
What ISIL wants
In the wake of the Paris attacks, Waleed talks about what ISIL has told us that they want - a world divided against itself.
Law suit against pokies
Pokies rake in $12 billion a year and ruin thousands of lives. Now a law suit aims to challenge them, but will it succeed?
Losing the war on ice
After a new report into the failures of policies to deal with meth, it's time we talked seriously about radically changing our thinking.
Under recent changes implemented under Tony Abbott non-citizens convicted of an offence with a sentence of more than a year are automatically deported. Over a hundred New Zealanders in particular are in detention, many of whom have grown up in Austra
Syrian Refugee Tragedy
A shocking image of a drowned 3 year old, whose body washed up in Turkey after the boat he and his family in capsized, has stunned the world. Warning this story contains images that may upset some people.
Waleed takes us aside for a quiet word about problem gamlbing.
Mental Health Plan
Freddie Flintoff opens up about his past mental health issues after the Australian government announces that they are going to do more to help people with such issues.
Katherine Kelly Lang
She's world famous as Brooke from Bold and the Beautiful but Katherine Lang has so much more going on than an amazing soapie stare!
Ben Elton Interview
With the fantastic Queen musical 'We Will Rock You' on the way to our shores we catch up with the brains behind it all.
Ed Sheeran Interview
We have a chat to Ed live on the Arias red carpet and he is joined by speacial guest interviewer James Blunt.
Chris Hemsworth Interview
Pete sits down for a flirt and to discuss Chris' new film The Heart Of The Sea.
We speak to the Opposition Leader about his plan to increase taxes on cigarettes, and the latest round of opinion polls.
Ahead of taking his place as Project guest host later thisweek, we quiz him on pronunciation, and why he called his autobiography 'Second Innings'.
After 7-year-old Ethan Hall persisted with singing Advance Australia Fair at an Adelaide baseball match despite a bad case of the hiccups, he became an overnight sensation. We gave him a chance to sing the anthem hiccup-free.
Fresh off his Australian Masters victory, the 56-year-old joined us to talk about how it feels capturing a triple crown for the second time, and the extraordinary support he received.
Star of Fat Pizza and Dumb Criminals dropped in to chat about his dodgy Elvis impersonator uncle and thonging.
Dr Who himself lands in our timeline to talk about devoted fans, Malcolm Tucker and, well..Dr Who.
The star of Nova drive joins us for a chat about Chris Hemsworth, her mean co-hosts and her 'fued' with Bec Hewitt.
Hyla catches up with the star of The Secrets In Their Eyes, who talks about her co-stars, shooting the extraordinary 'dumpster scene', and going on stage with Taylor Swift.
Hamish and Andy
The dynamic duo return to talk about when to have "the talk", helping to set up an HIV education centre in Uganda, and their own bottles of water.
Lady J-Mo joins to talk about how she plans to handle Christmas presents, and her pending journey back out to the jungle.
The lead singer of Matchbox 20 joined us to talk about his new album, picking setlists, his pre-Matchbox band, and how he made his son think he was cool.
Kylie Minogue joins us to talk about her new Christmas album.
The proud Tasmanian and co-star of the new Marvel series 'Jessica Jones' joins us live at the desk.
White Ribbon Day
Domestic violence remains a scourge in Australia. White Ribbon Day seeks to draw attention to the role men can play in stopping the violence. We explore just a couple of recent cases of domestic violence and ask what can we do to stop it?
Surviving Domestic Violence
Courtney Wirth was trapped with her violent boyfriend assaulting her, when her screams due the attention of the woman who ended up saving her life.
Game of Drones
The explosion in drone technology in recent years has meant many people have bought these aerial vehicles - and love to race them. But regulation has driven them underground.
Kids vs Outer Space
Lehmo asks the kids of Stonnington Primary School their thoughts on the mysteries of the cosmos.
Making a Splash
Tim Blackwell meets Adam, Australia's only merman.
Millions of Australians buy codeine-based painkillers, cough suppressants or cold and flu medicines over the counter. But depending on the decision of the Therapeutic Goods Administation tomorrow, from next year you may need a prescription to do so.
A look at a unique corporate team building activity - workshops where participants assemble robust, waterproof, lightweight prosthetic hands for victims of landmines. And participants get a small taste of what it feels like to be missing a limb.
With wild weather happening around Australia, what better time to meet the crazy Aussie storm chasers who live for days like these.
We meet a former police officer wanting an insurance payout for PTSD but instead getting watched.
The Formula Wars
A shortage of baby formula means thousands of Aussie mums are struggling to feed their kids. We look at the reasons behind the crisis, and meet the mums calling for the Federal Government to intervene.
Wendy stands her ground
82-year-old Wendy Bowman's property rests on a huge coal deposit, which mining company Yancoal want to dig up as a major part of an open cut coal mine. But Wendy isn't planning on going anywhere.
Carrie's Beanies 4 Brain Cancer
On Sunday 6th December 2015, The Project's own Carrie Bickmore will officially launch her brain cancer foundation, Carrie's Beanies 4 Brain Cancer, with an inaugural music festival BrainBeats 2015 presented by Garnier.
Christmas Island riot
Following the death of detainee Fazel Chegeni, a riot has left the Christmas Island Detention Centre in ruins and according to detainees, abandoned by the officers responsible for running the facility. We look at what we know.
The Leyland Brother
Mal Leyland may be 71, but as the surviving member of Australia's most popular adventuring brothers, he's about to hit the road again.
Julian Schiller meets veteran wrestler George "The Hitman" Julio as he gets ready for his last match.
We look at a breakthrough new treatment allowing chemotherapy patients to keep their hair.
Urban Food Street
The people of Buderim are feeding themselves with food they've planted on their streets! So how did they do it, and could you?
To this day, there is no known cure for HIV. But scientists may have found a way to prevent it... it's called Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis.
Neale farewells Birdsville
There's not many police officers who can say they cover a beat the size of the United Kingdom. But that's what Neale McShane has been doing for the last nine years. But now he's ready to retire.
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