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Friday 23 Sep
Join Waleed Aly, Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo & Meshel Laurie as they deliver the daily news, events & hottest topics. Special guests: Eliminated Bachelorette contestant & the world's oldest contortionist.
Friday 23 Sep
with hosts, Carrie Bickmore and Peter Helliar and guest hosts Hamish Macdonald and Ryan "Fitzy" Fitzgerald
Wednesday 21 Sep
With guests Georgia Love & Senator Malcolm Roberts, plus guest hosts Hamish Macdonald & Gretel Killeen, and stories on immigration, drug-testing kits, Brangelina's split, sexual assault on campus, and JonBenét Ramsey's murder.
Tuesday 20 Sep
With guest Christian Porter, plus guest hosts Hamish Macdonald & Sarrah Le Marquand, and stories on welfare reform, insurance fight over mould, child brides, catching the New York bomber, and career changes.
Monday 19 Sep
With guests Elle Macpherson, Angela Bishop and Craig from Survivor, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on drink driving penalties, hospital parking fees, botched airstrikes on Syria, the Emmys, and magpie season.
Friday 16 Sep
With guests Anthony Callea, Richie, Alex & Nikki from The Bachelor. Matt White, Jamie Whincup, and Sam Maiden, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo & Jamila Rizvi, and stories on politics, worker outrage, PMS, and the Sandown V8s.
Thursday 15 Sep
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Peter Helliar & Rove McManus as chat our new Parliamentarians first speeches, chiko controversy, floods in Adelaide, the Government retreats on superannuation reform and special guests: Jennifer Hawkins & Megan Gale.
Wednesday 14 Sep
Guests, Richard Davies, Christopher Pyne and Dr Girish Nair, Gues host, Sarrah Le Marquand and stories on a possible cure for Parkinson's Disease, taxi industry pain, a man who can speak 'dog' and Malcolm Turnbull's first year as PM.
Tuesday 13 Sep
With guests Olivia Newton-John, Simon Birmingham, Guy Ritchie and Kat from Survivor, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on sport and crime, abortion laws, the marriage equality plebiscite, and Paralympic legends.
Monday 12 Sep
With guest Sam Maiden plus guest host Hamish MacDonald, and stories on the Sydney attack, the William Tyrrell reward, plebiscite fight and remembering September 11.
Friday 09 Sep
With guests Rhys Darby & Rachael from The Bachelor, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo & Meshel Laurie, and stories on refugees, worry monsters, truancy, NASA launch, and advice for dads.
Thursday 08 Sep
With guests Xavier Samuel and Travis Jeffery, plus guest hosts Fitzy and Hamish MacDonald, and stories on the East China Sea, Iphones, donation reform, the feel good news and the latest from The Bachelor.
Wednesday 07 Sep
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar & Gretel Killeen as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Andy Lee.
Tuesday 06 Sep
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar & Fifi Box as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Julian Clary & Miranda Kerr.
Monday 05 Sep
Join Waleed, Gorgi, Pete & Henry Rollins as they discuss Man Caves, IVF, dissent within the climate change authority, and the heroes who stopped a terrorist attack in France. Plus special guests Rachel Griffiths, Genevieve Morris.
Friday 02 Sep
Join Waleed Aly, Gorgi Coghlan, Tommy Little & Meshel Laurie as they dissect & reconstitute the daily news. Special guests: Margaret Cho & the latest Bachelorette to miss out on a rose.
Thursday 01 Sep
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Peter Helliar & Fitzy as they dissect & reconstitute the daily news & hottest topics. Special guests: Alexei Sayle & latest Bachelorette to miss out on a rose.
Wednesday 31 Aug
With guests Ricky Gervais, Ben Elton and Barrie Cassidy, plus guest host Gretel Killeen and stories on Hinch asleep on the job, Tomic's spray, Chris Brown and the Bali murder re-enactment.
Tuesday 30 Aug
With guests Henry Rollins and Christopher Pyne, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on Fat yoga, a steak shortage, Parliament's back, the School girl porn website, stay at home Dads and a tribute to Gene Wilder.
Something We Should Talk About
Something We Should Talk About
Something We Should Talk About
Deaths in custody
Since 1991 almost 400 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders have died in custody, and with other parts of the world currently protesting 'Black lives matter' Waleed asks the question, Do black deaths matter?
Send Forgiveness Viral
With the outrage cycle spinning faster and faster, pushing us into increasingly polarised camps. Waleed suggests that instead of condemning others for their opinions, perhaps we should try to reach out and try to understand them.
The Project Votes: Border control
Just hours away from the election Waleed takes a look at Immigration in the latest instalment of Something we should talk about.
The Project Votes: Childcare
Waleed looks at the parties' childcare policies, and sees who comes out smelling of nappies.
The Project Votes: Company Tax Cuts
Who has the best policy when it comes to cutting company tax? Waleed tests which party's claims stack up.
The Project Votes: Negative Gearing
What are the major parties' policies on negative gearing, and what will it mean for housing affordability?
The Project Votes: Superannuation
With just 5 sleeps until the election Waleed takes an in depth look at the parties' policies on super in the latest edition of 'Something we should talk about'.
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?
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
The super fast, super nice guy of Formula1 stops by for a ripper chat on a rare visit back home to Australia.
The freshly returned paralympic champion talks to us about winning gold in Rio, losing his legs serving in Afghanistan and what's coming up next.
Delta joins us at the desk to talk about her new single, her new album and her new tour...and whether Pete is an 'old fart' at 40.
If you thought this former TV journalist had the perfect name to be the new Bachlorette, just wait until you find out what her father does...
Senator Malcolm Roberts
We speak to the new One Nation senator about a new poll that shows that almost half of all Australians want Muslim immigration banned.
The woman known as "The Body" is back in Oz with a new range of her lingerie, and talks to us about masculine-feminine style, underwear design, and her parenting style.
Richie and Alex
It's been a long time coming and his final decision was controversial but we sat down with this year's Bachelor, Richie, and the love of his life, Alex.
The Bachelor's Nikki
She may not have won Richie's heart but Australia certainly loves her, we chatted to Nikki about Richie's stunning decision last night!
He came second on Australian Idol but has thoroughly captured Australia's hearts, Anthony Callea is launching his latest album, Backbone.
Megan Gale and Jennifer Hawkins
The hosts of Australia's Next Top Model join us to talk about the new series, catwalk stacks and Donald Trump's phone number.
As Season 6 of Offspring comes to a close, we catch up with the man behind Jimmy Proudman to take a look back at some of his most famous haircuts... and nudie runs.
A year of Turnbull
We're joined by Minister for Defence and Industry Christopher Pyne to look at what's been achieved in the first year of the Turnbull government, and whether it's lived up to expectations.
Olivia Newton-John is Australian showbiz royalty and she joined us live at the desk to discuss her new album Liv On.
Rohan from Survivor
The latest evictee from the island joins us to explain why he gave away his immunity idol to Phoebe, in a move that cost him his spot.
We're big fans of New Zealand funny man Rhys Darby and he joined us live at the desk to discuss his upcoming show at the Just For Laughs festival.
Xavier Samuel and Travis Jeffery
The stars of the new Aussie film 'Spin Out' stop by to chat about utes, Twilight and working with Angelina Jolie
He's part of Australia's most popular radio duo, Hamish and Andy and we had lots to chat about with the funny man.
The Secret Life of Pets
Louis CK, Kevin Hart and Eric Stonestreet sit down with Xavier Brinkman to discuss their hilarious new animated film that shows us what our pets get up to when left to their own devices.
Miranda Kerr and Tommy Little
She's one of the most successful Australian's in the world, so we sent Tommy Little to hang out with the charming Miranda Kerr.
A look at the wacky yet inspiring world of the Ig Nobels.
End Of The Line
How are we handling the end of Australia's car manufacturing industry?
When online reviews can cause a business to sink or swim, how do you sort the good from the not so good?
Sexual assault at university
A partnership between Australia's universities and the Human Rights Commission has begun to reveal the frightening levels of sexual abuse and harassment on campus.
The end of Brangelina
It was the ultimate Hollywood fairytale. So in the wake of the Jolie/Pitt split, is love dead? Yes. Yes it is.
It can be a daunting move to get half-way through your life and change careers. But that's just what these people have done - and they're loving the results.
It's often said you should take out insurance for a rainy day. But when a severe hailstorm hit Melbourne on Christmas Day 2011, it created an insurance nightmare for homeowners whose houses became infested with mould.
It's September, which means all over the country, unsuspecting human heads are at risk from magpie swoops. So how can we deal with this avian menace.
Hospital Parking Fight
We chat with Gidon Goodman, a Sydney 13-year-old with a rare blood disease who's taking a stand against high parking fees at NSW hospitals.
Fighting for treatment
Worker's compensation insurers are doctor shopping, cherry-picking medical reports and rewarding staff who terminate claims and it's leaving vulnerable Aussies struggling to cope
Australia likes doing things big. We've got the Big Merino, the Big Prawn, and lately.... The big vice-regal bill!
My life as a dog
Martin McKenna ran away from home at age 13 and spent the next three years living with 6 stray dogs. Now he has an innate understanding of dogs, and says more of us need to learn to speak to them, in their language.
Taxi drivers in crisis
The rise of Uber has hit the taxi industry hard right across the country. But in Victoria, there's been a double-blow, with the planned abolition of taxi licenses meaning that many drivers and owners will be left with enormous debts.
It's one of the most common medical procedures in Australia, but if you live in NSW or QLD it's considered a crime. We took a look at the abortion debate.
September 11, 15 years on
We remember the worst terror attack the United States has ever seen and the people who were lost on September 11, 2001, as well as speaking to the man who founded the 9/11 Tribute Centre.
Kids chat with Lehmo
Having become a new Dad recently Lehmo went to the kids to find out their thoughts on what fatherhood is all about.
9 years ago Perth illustrator Mel Tregonning started working on a picture book about loneliness and anxiety, but she tragically took her own life before finishing it. It has since been completed and her sister Violet joined us to share the story.
East China Sea
The East China Sea could just be the site of WW III if relations between China, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan fall apart, so is there anything we can do about it?
R U OK? Day
R U OK? Day seeks to start a conversation about sucide and mental illness. We spoke to Wendall Sailor, one of its ambassadors, about how important talking about these issues is.
Good News Everyone!
It's that time of the week when we look to all the good news - and good people - out there in the world...
Good News Everyone!
We look at some more of the good news stories giving us the warm fuzzy feels...
With some Paralympians setting times that would have gotten them gold in last month's Olympics, we look at some of the extraordinary feats from the Paralympics.
Climate Change Authority dissent
We speak to Professor Clive Hamilton, one of two members of the Climate Change Authority who have released a Minority Report disputing the recommendations the Authority has made to the government, saying they don't reflect the science.
No phone zone
When it comes to keeping kids safe online a lot of parents and teachers are stumped, but one Queensland school principal thinks he has the solution.
Day two of Parliament
It's just day two of Parliament in Canberra and already it's descended into a bare knuckle brawl. Barrie Cassidy joined us live to talk about the past two days.
Today the fight for marriage equality took another step backwards when a group of politicians, who support marriage equality, committed to voting against a plebiscite.
When you think of hazards for young children, prams mightn't be high on your list... but according to some alarming new statistics, maybe they should be...
The nephew of KFC founder Colonel Sanders says he's uncovered the recipe of the Colonel's top secret 11 herbs and spices. Could it be true? We put it to the taste test.
Manus Closure Confusion
Manus Island Detention Centre is set to close but when and what happens to the 854 asylum seekers detained there? Barrie Cassidy joins us to talk more about it.
We talk to a Vietnam vet about the Vietnamese government's last minute cancellation of the 50 year anniversary commemoration of the Battle of Long Tan.
Australia announced its Bravery Awards today, and we're joined by one recepient, Oscar Arrowsmith, and his mother, who he saved from a mauling by the family dog when he was aged just 10.
Father Rod Bower of the Gosford Anglican Church, and Nick Folkes of the Party for Freedom about Nick's invasion of church in a mockery of Islam.
We speak to Education Minister Senator Simon Birmingham about why our education results have stalled despite extra money being put into the sector - and see how he goes on a couple of Naplan questions.
We speak to the ABS's Duncan Young about the changes to this year's census, whether anonymity is protected, and what the data is used for.
It's the ultimate 'landlord from hell' story: Blocked toilets, leaky pipes, exposed wiring, and tenants left with nowhere to go. And to make matters worse, those tenants are representing Australia in the Olympics.
Republican National Convention
The moment has arrived, when Donald Trump is officially confirmed as the Republican Party's nominee for the US Presidency. And as you'd expect, the opening day of the convention had more than a touch of the surreal.
Another US cop shooting
The US finds itself shocked again as another three policemen are killed in the Louisiana capital Baton Rouge.
Trouble in Turkey
A military uprising on the weekend failed to overthrow Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has now arrested around 6000 people. We speak to Natasha Exelby in Istanbul about the attempted coup and the current situation.
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