With guest Margaret Pomeranz, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan and Meshel Laurie, and stories on the ongoing Adam Goodes uproar, our spate of shark attacks, the truth of online reviews and we send Joel Creasey behind the scenes of the Spelling Bee!
With guest Khloe Kardashian, guest hosts Lehmo and Gretel Killeen, and stories on the Welcome Dinners bringing new and old Aussies together, a weight loss breakthrough, Bronwyns apology and Waleed asks tough questions on political donations.
With guests Christopher Pyne, Sam Wood, Osher Gunsberg and Steve Price, plus guest host Todd Sampson, and stories on Bronwyn Bishop, moving to the country, marriage equality, the Family Court bombing arrest, and a man who's running 50 ultra-triathlon
With guests Billie McKay and Jason Akermanis, plus guest hosts Dr Chris Brown and Fifi Box, and stories on the Adam Goodes saga, death from ecstasy, dolphin shame in Bali, and 13 new Aussie spider species.
With guest hosts Chris Brown and Steve Price, and guests Michael Caton and Matt Preston, and stories on league players bullying junior referees, musicians attacking people, a 15 year old who wants to race V8s, and an Australian woman on the run.
With guest hosts Tarsh Belling, Lehmo & Meshel, and stories on the bartender still pulling ales at 80, the latest Masterchef elimination, HG Nelson's sports wrap, baby gender selection, and the controversial immigration views of Kim Vuga.
With guests Professor Brian Cox and Gary Mehigan, plus guest host Gretel Killeen, and stories on renting vs buying property, Bill Shorten backing boat turnbacks, tragic Mexican cosmetic surgery disaster, and pricey Olympics.
With guests Danny Green and Steve Price, plus guest host Todd Sampson, and stories on hackable cars, a 30-year-old property magnate, ALP's renewable energy target, and the French Scrabble champion who can't speak French.
With guests Amy Schumer and Bill Hader, and guest host Fifi Box, Stephen Hawkings joins the search for aliens, cheating website Ashley Madison is hacked, and who pranked Fifa President Sepp Blatter?
With guest John Hewson and guest host Steve Price, and stories on Mick Fanning's amazing escape from a shark, Bronwyn Bishop, Grill'd faces pay claims, and self defence parties.
With guests Matt Preston and Miguel Maestre, guest hosts Meshel Laurie, Lehmo, and Matt White and stories on Tomic's arrest, houses collapsing, pyjama angels, the Ashes, and a remarkable Pride of Australia nominee.
With guests Mark Webber and Rachel Griffiths, and guest host Gretel Killeen.. And stories on the riots in Greece, the anxiety of running out of phone battery, Merv Hughes on the 2nd test, the paraglider who's suing a council after losing a leg a
With guests Paul Rudd, Hyla, Chrissie Swan, Dr Alan Duffy and Steve Price, plus guest host Matt Preston, and stories on the Pluto fly-by, Bronwyn Bishop's expenses, happiness survey and truffle farms.
With guests Brendan Cowell; Patrick Brammall, guest host Fifi Box, and stories on a rescue in Brisbane, the best rugby league pass ever, amnesia, a tour showing people Ivan Milat's haunts, and Hero condoms.
Waleed digs through the arguments mounted for why it is 'okay' to boo football legend Adam Goodes, and points out a few overlooked truths about Adam's handling of the situation
Waleed follows the money to find out why we haven't reformed the laws for political donations in this country.
The biggest trade deal in human history is on the verge of being signed right now. And although Australia is deep in negotiations, we citizens are not allowed to know any of the details - including the ability of corporations to sue our government.
Waleed talks about the new laws stopping detention centre workers from making claims about abuse public.
With the news that two Australian-born fighters for ISIL have been reported as dead, we challenge Zaky Mallah on his controversial comments on Australians going to the Middle-East to fight for ISIL.
There are serious allegations that Australia has paid people smugglers to turn back asylum seeker boats -- allegations which our Prime Minister today repeatedly refused to deny. So should the PM answer the question?
The UN may be unlikely to list the Barrier Reef as "in danger", but as Waleed points out, there are still plenty of reasons to be concerned for the reef's future.
Ireland has voted overwhelmingly in favour of marriage equality, leaving Australia the only developed, English-speaking country without some form of same-sex marriage. We talk to Tony Abbott's sister Christine Forster about the chances of progress.
On budget night, Waleed calls for a slice of funding to help the victims - and the perpetrators - of domestic violence.
The delightful Margaret Pomeranz drops by the show to talk about her new starring role as an ambassador for the National Film and Sound Archive, her life since David, and Pete shares the stresses of having his own film reviewed by the master critics.
Khloe Kardashian is part of one of the most famous families on earth. She talks to us abouther new clothing line for kids, and the pressures and power of living a sometimes complicated life all out in the open.
The new Bachelor and his host joined us to talk about what to expect from the new season.
The freshly-crowned Masterchef champion joined us to talk about her nerves in the final, cooking for her family, and her new job working for Heston Blumenthal.
Australian actor Michael Caton comes on to discussed his latest film The Last Cab To Darwin.
As this season of Masterchef reaches the pointy end, Gary takes us through the pressure of catering for hundreds of people, along with his new motorbike/cooking/travelling show Far Flung.
We speak to the legendary British scientist about citizen scientists, alien life, other Earths, the world Robo-cup, and, erm, fart-cleansing pyjamas.
The four-time world champion joined us to talk about stepping back in the ring, and the time he had a close encounter with a shark.
Amy Schumer and Bill Hader brought the house down. Here's a special double seg of the Train Wreck co-stars.
One of the funniest people in the world joined us to talk about her new film Trainwreck, her series Inside Amy Schumer, and how much she likes our Project mug.
Aussie acting legend Rachel Griffiths joins us to talk about her fantastic new charity 'Style For Life'.
Aussie Formula 1 legend Mark Webber drops by for a chat about his new autobiography, 'Aussie Grit'
Hyla sits down with the star of Ant-Man to discuss his cool superhero suit, his son's reaction, and having an abs-off with the Avengers.
Brendan Cowell and Patrick Brammall join us to discuss their upcoming film Ruben Guthrie.
We sent Joel Creasey behind the scenes of Ten's hottest new show to talk to the wonder kids for whom no word is too Daedalean, labyrinthine or pernicious.
Our friend Matt Preston meets a group of Australians harnessing the hidden power of their kitchens to make new arrivals in our country feel welcome.
The great Australian home ownership dream is fast becoming a nightmare as buyers are priced out of capital city markets. But thousands are managing to get a foot on the property ladder by moving to the country.
Earlier this month, shocking photos emerged of four dolphins being kept in a small chlorinated swimming pool in Bali. We speak to Chris Brokensha, who set up a petition calling for the dolphins to be freed.
Last month, 22-year-old Jarrod Almond had a big night out, taking ecstasy and alcohol. The next morning, he died. His family and girlfriend are still trying to find out exactly what happened.
Asylum seekers are a divisive issue in Australian politics - but one woman is not letting that stop her from telling us exactly what she thinks. Kim Vuga has featured on the SBS' Go Back Where You Came From but remains firmly against refugee migratio
It's the ALP conference, and we bring you all the action, plus some insights from Anthony Albanese on the divisions and new directions on the table for his party.
He's the charmin' barman with a long list of lines for the ladies. And even approaching his ninth decade, Bryan Nolan's keeping it real with a clientele a quarter of his age.
Queensland woman Andrea Sarmonikas is fighting an epic legal battle following the death of her younger sister Evita during a cosmetic surgery procedure. And she's fighting it in the Mexican border town of Mexicali.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has announced the ALP will have a 50 per cent renewable energy target by 2030. We look at the policy and get Steve Price's take.
Nathan Birch first became interested in property when he picked up a real estate magazine at the age of 13. And now, at age 30, he has over 170 properties to his name and a thriving investment business.
Safe international is changing the way self-defense is taught by taking it into living rooms all over Australia. This new approach is helping get the skills out to the women who need it most.
Celebrated drag racer Phil Lamattina is quitting the sport following two shocking crashes that could have claimed his life. We speak to Phil, his wife Sarah and their 12 year old son Rocky, about the tough decision to put his family first and walk aw
Mick Fanning is already an Aussie surfing legend, but he's added an incredible new chapter to his story, surviving a shark attack in the World Surf League event in South Africa. We talk to the brother of the fellow surfer who paddled to his rescue.
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