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Wednesday 29 Jun
Join the Waleed Aly, Tarsh Belling, Pete Helliar & Gretel Killeen as they dissect, digest and re-constitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Asher Keddie & Kat Stewart.
Tuesday 28 Jun
With guest host Sam Maiden, plus stories on Eddie Obeid trial, who has the best negative gearing policy?, Liberals release their costings, Iceland humiliates England in soccer, plus micro parties!
Monday 27 Jun
Join Waleed Aly, Tarsh Belling, Pete Helliar & Steve Price as they dissect, digest and re-constitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special Guest: Tommy Little.
Friday 24 Jun
Join Waleed Aly, Tarsh Belling, Anthony 'Lehmo' Lehmann & Meshel Laurie as they dissect the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Amanda Keller.
Thursday 23 Jun
With guests Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson, and guest host Fitzy, Aussies kidnapped in Nigeria, Victoria's CFA fight, the golde winning grandma, and why's Australia's body image so bad?
Wednesday 22 Jun
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar & Jennifer Byrne as they dissect the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Tommy Little & Denise Scott.
Tuesday 21 Jun
With guest Jennifer Lopez, and guest hosts Fifi Box, plus stories on attack in Rio, Trump in trouble, charges for Facebook abuse, and family holidays.
Monday 20 Jun
With guests Chrissie Swan & Joel Creasey, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on Medicare, Eddie McGuire's comments on Caroline Wilson, the "fake tradie" political ad, and cave divers under the Nullarbor.
Friday 17 Jun
Join Waleed Aly, Tarsh Belling, Lehmo & Meshel Laurie as they dissect, digest and re-constitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special Guest: Nicolette from MasterChef Australia.
Thursday 16 Jun
With guests 5 Seconds of Summer, plus guest hosts Matt Doran & Fitzy, and stories on the hot drink cancer warning, Bob Katter's ad, a parish fight, power to the people and Waleed dines with the PM.
Wednesday 15 Jun
With guests Ty Burrell & Gemma Cowling, plus guest hosts Chris Bath & Gretel Killeen, and stories on Roger Rogerson and Glen McNamara guilty, Brexit, the wife of the Orlando shooter, and women's AFL league.
Tuesday 14 Jun
With guests Alexander Skarsgard and Zoe from masterchef, plus guest host Fifi Box and stories on Oshin's fight, the Orlando shooting, Aussie's drinking too much and bad relationships.
Monday 13 Jun
With guest Michael Klim and Amanda Keller, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on the Orlando massacre and America's reaction, erosion of beachside regions, and stealing from self-serve checkouts.
Friday 10 Jun
With guests Julie Bishop and Damien Power, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo & Meshel Laurie, and stories on the Hornsby shootings, scuba deaths, theism, poached paramedics, the election campaign, and strange sleepers.
Thursday 09 Jun
With guests Boy George, David Pocock and guest host Ryan Fitzi Fitzgerald. With stories on the Hornsby attack, the rich squatter, Maria Sharapova and the heavy metal grandpa.
Wednesday 08 Jun
With guest Rosie Batty, plus guest hosts Gary Mehigan and Tommy Little, and stories on changes to 1800 RESPECT, Hillary Clinton takes Democrat nomination, webcam privacy, Justice for Kids, shark surfers, and Lipoedema.
Tuesday 07 Jun
With guests Lehmo, Dee Madigan, and Charlie from Masterchef, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on insurance for flood victims, the father that drowned saving his son, pork barelling, Tasmanian floods, and abusive Uber driver.
Monday 06 Jun
With guests Harry Shearer, Meghan Trainor, Tim Cahill and Samantha Maiden, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on wild weather, Socceroos victory, childcare election policies, and Pricey the Masterchef.
Friday 03 Jun
Guest host Jamila Rizvi, and guests Damien Power, Wally Masur and Cecelia Vuong and stories on Prince's cause of death, Nick Kyrgios's Olympics decision, road rage, caring for a mum with MS and Lehmo takes old technology to the kids.
Something We Should Talk About
Something We Should Talk About
Something We Should Talk About
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'.
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
The Opposition Leader joins us to answer the hard, and Pete's, questions!
Christopher Pyne on Liberal costings
The Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science joined us to talk about the Coalition's costing announcement, zombie measures, doorknocking, and his longtime association with our guest panellist Sam Maiden.
Dying with dignity
Less than a week out from the polls euthanasia has been put firmly back on the agenda. We spoke with Greens leader Dr Richard Di Natale for his thoughts on the matter.
Hair of the dog
Marion Wheatland weaves cat and dog hair into beanies and scarves, yes you read that correctly. We caught up with her along with one of her regular clients May and May's dog Mango.
Aussie Ben Simmons has picked number one in the NBA draft! We talk to the superstar himself!
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and Kevin Hart are two of the biggest superstars in the world who've come together for a hilarious adventure about spies.
Pete on Shorten's bus
Australia's top journalist, Pete Helliar, was FINALLY invited onto the campaign bus of Bill Shorten. Let's see what stories he unearthed.
She's a comedy icon. Tthe beloved Denise Scott dropped by for a chat and a laugh.
J.Lo chats with Carrie about the latest entry in the Ice Age animated canon, how she can dominate in two industries, and how James Corden got hold of her phone to text Leonardo DiCaprio.
Joel Creasey & Chrissie Swan
Two of our favourite guests join us to announce the lineup for the charity variety show they are holding to help the victims and families of the Orlando massacre.
The biggest thing in Japanese pop music right now is a bearded, cross dressing, heavy metal singing wrestler from Adelaide. We were lucky enough to chat to the man himself.
The Greens candidate for Higgins Jason Ball has hit back after a homophobic slur was scrawled across one of his campaign posters. Jason wants homophobes to know that he won't be passive or silent in the face of bigotry.
5 Seconds of Summer interview
Aussie rockers 5 Seconds of Summer dropped in for a catch up. They're currently in the middle of a world tour but have still found time to team up with Vegemite for the #BeatTheMiteyDrum campaign which is supporting our olympic athletes.
Waleed dines with the PM
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull held an Iftar dinner for Australian Muslims and representatives of various faiths to honour the month of Ramadan. Our very own Waleed Aly was a guest of the PM so we caught up with them live from Kirribilli House.
Ty Burrell interview
We caught up with Modern Family star Ty Burrell to talk about his role as a Beluga whale in the new animation Finding Dory.
Transgender role model
The world of fashion modelling can be an intimidating place but transgender teen Gemma Cowling is already more prepared than most to deal with adversity.
Aussie rules league for women
Today the AFL announced a nationwide Aussie rules league for women, it's one of the biggest announcements to hit the national competition. We spoke to gun player Tayla Harris, who just became the Brisbane Lions first marquee signing.
The star of Tarzan joins us to talk about appearing in public without shirts or pants, getting physical with Jane, and his on-screen kisses.
Amanda Kellar, OAM
We speak to the sometime Project panellist about turning up on the Queen's Birthday Honours List, how she found out, and how her family responded.
Asher Keddie and Kat Stewart
The beloved sisters from Offspring, Asher and Kat, join us to chat about the much awaited return of the show!
Australia's First Gay Imam
Nur Warsame is Australia's first openly gay Imam and he's confronting bigotry from both the Muslim and gay community. His journey has been incredible.
Company Tax Cuts
Who has the best policy when it comes to cutting company tax? Waleed tests which party's claims stack up.
Malcolm Turnbull introduced legislation that was supposed to make crossbenchers scarce in the Senate, but could the double dissolution election mean there are more than ever? We speak to Senators Xenophon, Lambie and Wang, and a hopeful Derryn Hinch.
Mind your manners
It's the age of social media and we're all more connected than ever before. While we're great at texting and swiping, are we losing our basic edicate when it comes to engaging with people in the flesh? Tommy Little has the answers.
We love animals but they can often play an enormously important role in places you might not expect.
Brexit and democracy
Britain is leaving the EU! We cross to Lucy to get the lastest. Plus comedian Damien Power questions whether people with his kinda brain should be able to vote.
The oldest contestant at this year's Rio games is an Aussie grandmother who's got a remarkable collection of medals and a focus that's incredible.
ADF Sexual Abuse
The revelations from the Royal Commission into Institutional Sexual Abuse have been horrifying. They've included some of the most respected institutions in the country have been affected. We speak tonight to some incredibly brave people.
The Plebiscite promises to bring a torrent of homophobia, so what are the risks for vulnerable youth of this potentially torrid debate?
What to do with the kids these school holidays? Some famous faces have some suggestions - and some reminiscences.
Trump in trouble
Donald Trump's now the presumptive Republican nominee for US President. But his approval ratings are plummeting, his own party's turning against him, he's just fired his campaign manager. So is the Trump train running aground?
Diving beneath the desert
Over two thousand caves lie under the Nullarbor Plain. Now some brave, adventurous cave divers are plunging back into the notorious cave that collapsed on some divers in the 1980s.
Online dating tips
If you use online dating you'll be pleased to know that a new study has figured out the exact words to use in your bio, in order to appeal to potential partners. We spoke to online dater Stacey June to find out more.
A fight between a group of parents and the catholic church is threatening to tear a school community apart but neither group is backing down.
Hot drink health scare
If you like your tea or coffee piping hot you better think again because the World Health Organisation has completed research that suggests it may cause cancer.
What's more important - life itself or quality of life? That's the question at the centre of the story of Oshin, a 6yo boy with a brain cancer, who's caught between his parents' wishes for him to have a pain-free death, and the courts.
Our drinking problem
New research shows that while 42% of Australians want to drink less alcohol, very few intend to do anything about it. So what support is out there to help those who want to cut down on the booze?
The erosion that ate away the luxury Sydney beachfront last week was a bitter reminder of the reality of seaside living around the country. But debate rages about who is responsible for holding back the tide - and if it should even be done at all.
Eddie McGuire vs Caroline Wilson
The Collingwood President, North Melbourne chairman James Brayshaw and Danny Frawley apologised for suggesting AFL journalist Caroline Wilson should be held under water at a charity ice slide. Should they face a penalty or is this a storm in an ice b
America reacts to Orlando
In the wake of Sunday's mass shooting, Americans have had a variety of responses amidst the grief. We talk to Orlando Pastor Kelvin Cobaris about how the community is coping.
Right now in the UK there is a shortage of skilled paramedics so they're stealing ours. Between September 2014 and August 2015 450 paramedics were recruited. Why are we letting the mother country steal our paramedics?
Hacking your webcam
We have devices all around us now that contain cameras. But these can be hacked, and activated without you even knowing about it. So should you be sticking masking tape over your webcam?
Clinton claims Democratic nomination
With a string of victories today, Hillary Clinton has finally become the first woman to be a presumptive nominee for the US Presidency. The only person who hasn't anointed her nomination is Bernie Sanders... which might be helping Donald Trump.
Carrie answers baby rumours
After gossip mag New Idea announced that Carrie is expecting her third child we thought we'd let Carrie tell us the truth. Much to Pete's disappointment.
Homophobic Uber driver
When Melbourne couple Lucy Thomas and Chelsea Lang caught an Uber the last thing they expected was to be verbally abused about their sexuality. We caught up with the couple to chat about their scary ordeal.
Tassie's flood crisis
They're the worst floods the state of Tasmania has seen in almost 90 years. Over 500 SES volunteers are assisting as up to 100 roads have been closed. We spoke to the mayor of Launceston Albert van Zetten for an update.
Coles workplace deal
We speak to Duncan Hart, the part-time worker at Coles who challenged the workplace agreement his employer had struck with the Shop Assistants Union - and won.
Taking on the trolls
Abuse is a regular feature of online engagement, particularly for women in the public eye. But when Meshel Laurie publicised abusive comments by a pair of trolls, the response made her question her reaction.
A Roo-d Encounter
We speak with a South Australian woman whose bicycle's collision with a kangaroo caused her breast implants to rupture.
Police officers' mental health
Our police officers deal with other people's trauma and mental health issues just about every day. But a new report suggests that when it comes to their trauma, and their mental health, we're letting them down.
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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