6:30PM Mon on TEN
Friday 02 Oct
With guests 5SOS, Ellie Goulding, plus guest host Meshel Laurie, and stories on the shooting in Oregon, the anti-abortion activist who's about to be deported, the latest Bachelorette elimination, and Australia's greatest sporting glories!
Thursday 01 Oct
With guests Drew Barrymore, Toni Collette, Rosie Batty and Sam Frost, plus guest host Gretel Killeen, and stories on a nudist beach for Queensland, and when watching footy can bring on a heart attack.
Wednesday 30 Sep
With guests Gene Simmons, Dame Edna Everage, Anthony Mundine and Steve Price, plus guest host Chrissie Swan, and stories about a proposed cyclone tax, and the Wynarka mystery.
Tuesday 29 Sep
With guests Justin Bieber, Hamish & Andy, Johnathan Thurston, Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, Hyla and Dr Alan Duffy, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on Mars' water, the Greyhound Inquiry, and the Brownlow & Dally M Medals.
Monday 28 Sep
With guest HG Nelson, Liesel Jones, Tegan Higginbotham and guest host Steve Price, and stories on the inquiry into Luke Batty's death hands down its findings, Brownlow and Dally M presentations, Justin Bieber in Oz, and wife carrying.
Friday 25 Sep
With guest HG Nelson, and guest hosts Lehmo, Gorgi, and Meshel, the Hajj stampede, changing school start times, workplace Facebook etiquette, Lehmo learns about how romance works, from kids!
Thursday 24 Sep
With guests Stephen Fry and Arj Barker, plus guest host Adam Gilchrist, and stories on domestic violence, UberX vs Taxis, active wear, left-handedness being 'evil' and a dog that ate a diamond engagement ring.
Wednesday 23 Sep
With guests Sam Frost, Steve Price and Dean Ritchie, plus guest host Jennifer Byrne, and stories on paparazzi and children, South Australia's Governor Hieu Van Le, NRL players overdose, Peta Credlin and the viral charity wedding photo.
Tuesday 22 Sep
With guests Magda Szubanski, Celia Pacquola and The Bachelorette Bachelors, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on footy airfare hikes, JB Hi Fi outrage, the endangered cassowary, and mispronunciation.
Monday 21 Sep
With guests Kevin Smith, Russel Howcroft, Wyatt Roy and Renee Bargh, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on Jason Day hitting number 1, Turnbull’s vision, the return of a long-lost camera, selling a house through Facebook, and the Emmys.
Friday 18 Sep
With guests the Bachelor Sam and his love Snezana and HG Nelson, and guest hosts Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on murder houses, the cake cowboy, a weird week of politics, Europe's migrant crisis, and how to take a selfie.
Thursday 17 Sep
With guests Terri Butler MP and Sarah from the Bachelor, and guest hosts Danny Green and Natarsha Belling, and stories on mansplaining, the ages we're most happy, opt-out organ donation, and celebrating 10 years of the McGrath Foundation.
Wednesday 16 Sep
With guests Bill Shorten and Steve Price, plus guest host Heather Maltman, and stories on politics, the World Karaoke Championships, a spider collector, Facebook introducing dislikes, and the dangers of lightning.
Tuesday 15 Sep
With Shane Jacobson, Ronda Rousey, Julie Bishop, Barrie Cassidy and Andrew Bolt, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on Malcolm Turnbull's first day as PM and whether Turnbull can win the support of conservatives.
Monday 14 Sep
With guests Bernard Fanning, Paul Bongiorno, Hugh Riminton, Grahame Morris and Mark Di Stefano, plus guest host Steve Price and stories on the Liberal leadership spill, and a model breaking stereotypes.
Friday 11 Sep
With guests Julia Zemiro, HG Nelson, and guest host Cindy Warren, and stories on the dangers of trampolines, an Olympian's struggle, two men's remarkable boat trip for charity, and Heather from the Bachelor.
Thursday 10 Sep
With guests Ringo Starr, Michelle Bridges & The Commando from TBL, and stories on the ongoing crisis of violence against women, the Taxi V Uber showdown, and high schooler Xavier's message for RUOK day.
Wednesday 09 Sep
With guests Matthew Dellavedova and champion speller Anirudh, Your Chair co-host India Bailey and stories on our refugee commitment, Obama's Bear encounter, the Queen's record reign and Buddy Franklin's struggle.
Tuesday 08 Sep
With guests Sam Simmons and Mark Winterbottom, Your Chair co-host Vladimir Ostashkevich and stories on pay day loans, ambos struggling with the emotional toll of their job & how many refugees we should accommodate.
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.
What the Helliar!
Marriage equality is a complex issue, so we get Pete Helliar's help to break it down. Plus we chat to Pricey off the back.
The rewriting of history on Adam Goodes
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 Trans-Pacific Partnership
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.
41 years on, KISS's bassist is still stomping the stages of the world, and he fills us in on the first time they applied makeup, and THAT tongue.
Hamish & Andy with Justin Bieber
Australia's favourite comedy duo got Biebs to lock horns with Hamish's dad in The Blake Bieber Cup For Commonwealth Table Tennis Supremacy.
Champion swimmer Leisel Jones drops in to discuss her remarkable career and her book!
A year after her controversial, heartbreaking journey on The Bachelor, Sam's back for Australia's first series of The Bachelorette, and she talks to us about owls, paparazzi, and going through the reality TV a second time.
Sam and Snezana
We chat to Sam and Snezana about their life together!
Sarah from The Bachelor
Sarah joins us to explain whether her last date with Sam really was as awks as it looked.
Arguably the world's ultimate fighter joined us to talk about winning in such short times, her signature move the armbar, whether she'd fight a man, and why she says UFC isn't violent.
Heather from the Bachelor
Tragically Heather didn't get a rose last night, we talked to her about how she's feeling and why she reckons Sam left her out in the cold.
Ringo Starr, yes, THAT Ringo Starr joins us to talk about his new book Photograph, a look at the Beatles years from behind the lens of his own camera. We chat about their musical legacy and his fond memories of their work together.
The Aussie comedian has just picked up what could be the biggest comedy award on the planet, taking out the Fosters award in Edinburgh. He joins us for a hilarious chat about the victory and his humble comedy beginnings.
Mark "Frosty" Winterbottom
The star V8 racer joins at the desk us to chat about the upcoming Sandown race, and the friendships and rivalries behind the scenes of the racing world.
Gina Riley's one of Australia's most beloved performers! We chat to her about when and if we can expect a return of Kath and Kim.
The man, the myth, hip hip legend Ice Cube talks about his new movie Straight Outta Compton and... chap stick.
Australia's hottest 17-year-old joins us to chat about YouTube stardom, that Justin Bieber crush, and her upcoming slumber party.
Aussie comedy legend Greg Fleet joins us live at the desk to talk about his new book These Things Happen - an unflinching and funny look at his own demons and struggles off stage.
M. Night Shyamalan
The director of The Sixth Sense joined us to talk about his new film The Visit, his reputation for twists, and even to give Pete a hug.
The Aussie girl turned global superstar joined us to talk about underwear, plastic surgery, haters, and the up-and-coming DJ PJ Helliar.
Tim Minchin - FULL INTERVIEW
A web exclusive - Pete Helliar's full and uncut interview with hilarious songsmith and the man behind Matilda The Musical, Tim Minchin.
She's the Queen of Aussie Comedy, Julia Morris is an actress, a singer, and of course a comedian!
In just a few years Ellie Goulding has topped the charts with some smashing songs, we talk to her about how she got started, her career, and what's next!
Wife Carrying Championships
Wife carrying is a beloved sport in many parts of the world. While it's rarer here in Oz, Jules dropped into the Australian wife carrying championships to see what the competition was like!
Lehmo talks to kids about romance
What does love mean? How does it work? How long do you wait before calling after a first date? Lehmo learns all the answers from some super cool kids!
The giant cassowaries are only found in far north Queensland and Papua New Guinea, and are under increasing threat from loss of habitat, cars and dogs. With a little over 4000 left, grave fears are held for the future of this remarkable bird.
10 Years of the McGrath Foundation
Carrie catches up with cricketing legend Glenn McGrath to celebrate the incredible legacy of Jane McGrath.
Real Spider Man
Jurgen Otto is on a mission to improve the image of spiders - which he's doing with web videos getting millions of hits. We sent arachnophobic Tim Blackwell to confront his fears in Jurgen's spider room.
R U OK?
When school captain Xavier Eales stood in front of his school assembly in July and revealed the battle with depression that had been plaguing him since the age of thirteen, he became part of a national conversation about mental healh we all need.to h
How many refugees can we take?
With the tragic scenes of refugee lives lost in Europe seemingly providing a watershed moment in our attitudes to asylum seekers, we talk to John Hewson about how much we can and should do to help.
Father's Day is coming up, so we got a bunch of the Project's favorites, and their dads, together to talk about what being a dad means.
We meet the courageous Australian war widows from different eras whose love and loss transcend time and place.
A Senate inquiry has revealed damning evidence of problems in Nauru, but will the Government listen to its recommendations?
We meet a family of BMX champs who are determined to be the best in the world!
The latest trend for married couples seeking to amicably celebrate their separation.
Port Hedland's property prices
This town in WA's Pilbara region is bucking the trend on property prices. With fly-in-fly-out mine work having declined, it's a buyer's market, with some properties down by as much as 70%.
We're joined by Presbyterian Minister Mark Powell and the openly gay state Member for Sydney Alex Greenwich to discuss the outrage over a school showing students a doco about kids with gay parents during school hours.
A series of violent murders in the early 1980's continue to haunt a Victorian family. We meet the mother and daughter refusing to give up on justice.
Most of us would run at the sight of a snake, but tonight we chat to a doctor who's made a career out of tracking down snakes and catching them for their precious venom.
Lehmo's Kids and the future of work
We sent Lehmo down to Geelong East primary school to chat to the future leaders of this nation about what they want to do when they grow up and answer the age old question: what does a cobbler do?
Brenda Goude Inquest
In July 2011, 61-year-old Melbourne woman Brenda Goudge was murdered in her own home. Her family has renewed hope that justice may be done now that a coronial inquest into her death has been ordered.
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