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Thursday 23 Feb
Join Hamish MacDonald, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar & Fitzy as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guest: Julia Morris & Dr. Chris Brown.
Wednesday 22 Feb
With guests Ewan McGregor and the cast of T2 Trainspotting plus guest host Rachel Corbett. And stories on the hunt for Karen Ristevski's killer, the disabled man who's "not disabled enough", cloning humans and the Icelandic pineapple pizza imbroglio.
Tuesday 21 Feb
With guests Bryan and Matilda Brown, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on housing affordability, Bryce's big BBQ, the Essendon DFO plane crash, Facebook hoaxes, and the elderly couple who danced during White Night.
Monday 20 Feb
With guests Bob Inglis, John Hewson, & the hosts of The Project NZ, plus guest host Gretal Kileen, and stories on Bligh's bank lobbying post, scamming scammers, ATO workers' hours, and banning junk food.
Friday 17 Feb
With guests James Bowen, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monae & Taraji P. Henson, and guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo & Jo Casamento, and stories on Trump's press conference, Ross River Virus, and kids on careers.
Thursday 16 Feb
With guests John McCook, Ashleigh Brewer & Dr Alan Duffy, plus guest hosts Tommy Little & Fitzy as they discuss rental shocks, breakups, religion in schools, and the week's good news.
Wednesday 15 Feb
With guests Reece Witherspoon, Liane Moriarty and Kelly O'Dwyer and guest host Rachel Corbett. With stories on Australia's debt crisis, the national cost of dementia, 75 since the bombing of Darwin and the reboot of the Nokia 3310.
Tuesday 14 Feb
With guests Joel Creasey, Nick Xenophon, and Lee & Keith from Gogglebox, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on the omnibus bill fight, Domino's visa fight, school zoning, and a Valentine's Day 70th anniversary.
Monday 13 Feb
With guests Tom Arnold & Tommy Little, plus guest host Gretel Kileen, and stories on NSW fires, the 59th Grammy Awards, power prices, and politicians on Twitter.
Friday 10 Feb
With guests Sarah Rafferty, Rick Hoffman & Amanda Keller, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo & Meshel Laurie, and stories on private health costs, Turnbull vs CEOs, Trump's loss, and Abbey's fight.
Thursday 09 Feb
With guest hosts Tommy Little and Ryan Fitzgerald, and stories on banning the burqa, the nude neighbour, tea time with Tommy, the latest from the celebrity jungle, plus we chat to the cast of 50 Shades Darker.
Wednesday 08 Feb
With guests Denzel Washington & Viola Davis, Robert Doyle and Senator Simon Birmingham and guest host Mary Coustas. Plus stories on family tax changes, homelessness laws, coal spillages and assistance animals.
Tuesday 07 Feb
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar & Fifi Box as they dissect and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guest: Chris Cheney.
Monday 06 Feb
With guests Ed Sheeran (performing live) and Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, plus guest host Gretel Killeen, and stories on the government in crisis, Super Bowl LI, statistics on Catholic church child abuse, and the AFL women's league.
Friday 03 Feb
With guest hosts Dylan Alcott, Gorgi Coghlan & Lehmo, and stories on the Australia-U.S. asylum seeker deal, Mary Daw and women's AFL, report on unions, Trump's second week, and saving a pet from certain death.
Thursday 02 Feb
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar & Ryan Fitzgerald as they dissect the daily news & hottest topics. Special guests: Creators of South Park & The Book of Mormon, Matt Stone & Trey Parker.
Wednesday 01 Feb
With guests Tziporah Malkah previously known as Kate Fischer, and the new Bachelor of the year Ryan Anderson. Plus, guest host Rachel Corbett. And stories on the U.S. backtracking on our refugee deal, Dr Google and Aussie kids becoming food snobs.
Tuesday 31 Jan
With guests Human Nature, Dr Bridie O'Donnell & Richard Marles, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on Turnbull's stance on the Trump ban, public vs private education, the young man and elderly women housemates, and Dawn's fight to come home.
Monday 30 Jan
With guests Pat Rafter, John Alexander, and Julia Morris & Dr Chris Brown, plus guest host Gretal Killeen, and stories on Trump's Muslim ban, Skye Wheatley's transformation, housing affordability, and bullying.
Something We Should Talk About
Something We Should Talk About
Something We Should Talk About
Trump's Week One
Waleed recaps what Trump has done in his first week as President.
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?
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: 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
We catch up with the hilarious Aussie Instagram sensation.
After 20 years, Danny Boyle is returning to the world of Trainspotting. Shaun Malseed chats to the director and cast members Ewan McGregor, Robert Carlyle, Jonny Lee Miller and Ewen Bremner.
Not disabled enough
We speak to Brisbane man Doug Stubbs, who lost his arm following a terrible accident, about the government decision that is denying him access to the disability pension.
Bryan and Matilda Brown
The legendary Aussie actor joined us alongside his equally talented daughter, to talk about what it's like directing your dad in Matilda's short-form series Let's Talk About, and how mum Rachel Ward was as a caterer.
We speak to the former Republican congressman who reckons there's a way to get Donald Trump to be the President that did something about climate change.
Bligh cashes in
In the latest example of a former politician moving into lobbying, former Queensland Premier Anna Bligh has been named as the new CEO of the Australian Banker's Association. We chat to John Hewson about careers after politics.
A Street Cat Named Bob
This is the true story about a cat that saved a heroin addict's life and now it's being turned into a film. We chat to the real-life stars- James Bowen and his cat Bob!
We sit down with the stars of Hidden Figures- Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monae and Taraji P. Henson.
John McCook & Ashleigh Brewer
The Bold & The Beautiful stars join us for a chat about shooting in Australia, the difference between Neighbours and TBAT and the secret of those long pauses.
Reese Witherspoon and Liane Moriarty
The Oscar-winning star and Sydney author of Big Little Lies talk about how Nicole Kidman set up a deal between them, and creating great female characters.
For Valentine's Day, we chat to Joel about romancing Trump supporters, and learning about what to bring into the jungle.
Senator Nick Xenophon
The leader of NXT joins us to talk about why his party have shot down the government's 'omnibus bill', discussing childcare, welfare, and... hair care?
Our old mate introduces us to TEN's new Aussie version of the classic comedy game show 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?', and even plays a few rounds of improv pick-up lines with us.
The international star is the first contestant out of the jungle, and he chats to us about what he expected from I'm A Celebrity, and how he bonded with Steve Price.
Turnbull vs CEOs
The PM has started a figurative war against fat cats or company CEOs who are making huge sums of money. We spoke to Tory Shepherd to get her take on the matter.
Women's footy has always been fierce, competitive and enteratining, but it hasn't always had the opportunity to show us all that, until this weekend. Katie Brennan from the Western Bulldogs joined us to chat about the historic occasion.
50 Shades Darker
It was the juiciest literary hit of the decade and now it's back for another cinematic bite...
Denzel Washington and Viola Davis
We talk to the stars of the Oscar nominated film, Fences.
Family Tax Changes
We speak to Simon Birmingham about the proposed changes to Family Tax.
Love without labels
Most of us assume by the time we reach our thirties or forties our sexuality is well and truly settled. But it turns out for many women - that's just not how it works.
20 years after Dolly the Sheep, the science of cloning has continued to advance. In fact now it's possible to clone humans - but is that something that we're ever likely to see?
Bryce is the life of the party
At just 15, Bryce McKiernan has had health struggles his whole life as a result of being born with a rare genetic condition. When this gorgeous, cheerful young boy was given just months to live, his community united to give him a party to remember.
Scamming the scammers
Each year, thousands of Australians are caught victim by online scammers. But one computer engineer found an ingenious way to turn the tables.
Everyone's guessing what the jobs of the future will be, and how our kids should prepare. But has anybody thought to ask THEM? No, they haven't. So Lehmo did!
Breaking up is hard to do, but don't worry, our Project faves are here to talk you through it.
The bombing of Darwin
This week marks 75 years since the largest, most destructive single attack ever mounted by a foreign power on Australia, but many Australians are unaware of the bombing of Darwin, or the extent of the damage caused.
The cost of dementia
A new report suggests that over 400,000 Australians are suffering from dementia, and the situation is getting worse all the time.
Every Valentine's Day for the last 70 years, Stan and Nancy Nicholls have celebrated their wedding anniversary. And for these 91-year-old great-grandparents, the love is still as strong as ever.
Pollies on Social Media
It's not just Donald Trump embracing Twitter - many of Australia's politicians have also embraced social media for direct engagement. We speak to some of the Twitter's top pollies: Jacqui Lambie, David Leyonhjelm, Sam Dastyari & Andrew Laming.
Tea Time with Tommy
Tommy has a cuppa with the residents of Life View Aged Care as they come clean on the topic of senior sexy times.
Not just exotic pets, we take a look at the non-canine assistance animals helping people get through the day to day.
Melbourne Homeless Ban
We speak to Lord Mayor Robert Doyle about the new rules in place for Melbourne's homeless.
Coal On The Beach
At investigation has found coal spillage at a mining port in waters near the Great Barrier Reef.
What's in a name?
Everyone has names they love and names they hate. So we spoke to a few of our favourite people about their own names and the ones they just don't get.
News that got Trumped
Shelling of Ukranian towns; new Israeli settlements; displaced Rohingya people; and a scabies epidemic among indigenous Australians - just some of the stories that you might have missed while the world's been focusing on Donald Trump.
The Daw Dynasty
Majak Daw is an established star of the AFL, but the birth of the AFL Women's Competition has inspired his sister Mary to get into the game, and if her form so far is anything to go by, she could go all the way!
Trump and the refugee deal
After a difficult conversation with our PM, it seemed that maybe what Trump called a 'dumb deal' to take refugees from Manus and Nauru wash finished. But now it seems it might still happen, and we look at what that means for us and the US.
Looking for love can be tough... And while apps like Tinder give people plenty of choice, many singles are rejecting technology for a little more tradition.
Good news everyone!
More stories from around the world set to put a smile on your dial.
Penalty rates cut
Working on a Sunday is already a drag, but after the Fair Work Commission cut penalty rates today, it's now gonna be that much worse.
New planets discovered
What will the discovery of 7 new potentially habitable planets 40 million light years away mean for us here on earth?
Ross River Virus
It's peak mosquito season, which means it's peak Ross River Virus season as well - and this one's already looking like the worst in living memory.
Trump's Big Day
President Donald Trump called a snap solo press conference overnight - it was broad-ranging and just a little bit insane. Here's an hour and 15 condensed into 2 minutes.
Good news Thursday
Carrie brings you more good news from around the world to warm your hearts and dampen your eyes.
Fires ravage NSW
Dozens of fires are sweeping through New South Wales, with homes lost and three alleged firebugs charged.
Good News Everyone!
More of the best news from around the world.
Ban the burqa
Jacqui Lambie wants to ban the burqa. So what's the big beef with this item of clothing?
Abuse in the Catholic church
Today the Royal Commission released data that shows just how deeply ingrained child sex abuse was in the Catholic Church. We speak to the Archbishop of Brisbane, Mark Coleridge, about the devastating figures.
Good News Thursday!
Time to get a good case of the feels.
Scientists have created a human-pig hybrid that has brought us one step closer to growing human organs inside of animals to use in transplants.
Good news Australia
Get ready for some good old fashioned Aussie good news.
Great white encounter
We meet a 10 year old who surfed over a shark and his dad, who caught it all on camera.
Escaped youth crime spree
How did 15 teen inmates escape from a youth detention centre and how can we stop this from happening again?
The question on everyone's lips is just how much damage can Donald Trump do? We take a look at what could happen in the next 4 years.
In just hours the 8 year presidency of Barack Obama will come to an end. So what has he achieved as the 44th President of the USA.
Carrie brings you all the good news from around the world this week!
Mike Baird Quits
After NSW Premier Mike Baird quit politics due to ill family members, we explore his political journey and interview Steve Price to get his thoughts.
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