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Thursday 22 Feb
Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Pete Helliar and Lisa Wilkinson as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Dilruk Jayasinha.
Wednesday 21 Feb
Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Pete Helliar and Fitzy as they discuss the stress placed on school principals and America's proposed ban on bump stocks, with special guest Vance Joy.
Tuesday 20 Feb
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore and Pete Helliar along with guest host Fifi Box, as they discuss the plan to combat elder abuse, the ethics of having children and America's gun fight, with special guest Missy Higgins.
Monday 19 Feb
With guests Ross Noble & Scotty James, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on Joe Hockey's real estate, circumcision rates, National Party in crisis, and rape culture at O Week.
Sunday 18 Feb
With guest Celine Dion, plus hosts Lisa Wilkinson, Hamish Macdonald, Tommy Little & Rachel Corbett, and stories on Rosie Batty closing her foundation, Tommy's Tea Time on affairs, texting and driving, and angry US students fight back against guns.
Friday 16 Feb
Join Waleed Aly, Lisa Wilkinson, Lehmo and Gorgi Coghlan as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics.
Thursday 15 Feb
Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Pete Helliar and Lisa Wilkinson as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics.
Wednesday 14 Feb
With guests the stars of Black Panther & Steve Price, plus guest host Meshel Laurie, and stories on Julian Assange, corporate tax, Barnaby Joyce, Valentine's Day, and Big Moo the giant cow.
Tuesday 13 Feb
Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Pete Helliar and Fifi Box as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guest: Courtney Act.
Monday 12 Feb
Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Pete Helliar and Steve Price as they discuss the future of Barnaby Joyce and the 10 year anniversary of Australia's apology to the stolen generations, with special guests Kevin Rudd and Tom Gleeson.
Sunday 11 Feb
With guests Jacqui Lambie, Barrie Cassidy & Mat Rogers, plus hosts Lisa Wilkinson, Hamish Macdonald, Tommy Little & Rachel Corbett, and stories on junior sport, the Barnaby Joyce crisis, and Lehmo's Legends talk holidays.
Friday 09 Feb
With co-hosts Gorgi Coghlan and Tommy Little, and special guest Roger Waters, we discuss TGA labels, Uber Eats, the Bonk Ban, poisoned bees, and an incredible poet slamming kid.
Thursday 08 Feb
With guest-host Gretel Killeen, we discuss Australia's waste, footy concussions, Quincy Jones' explosive interview, this week's Good News, and Clint Eastwood's new film The 15:17 to Paris.
Wednesday 07 Feb
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar and Rachel Corbett as they discuss the future of Australia's NBN and 5G networks, and whether politicians' private lives should be made public, with special guest David Wenham.
Tuesday 06 Feb
With guests Chris Hemsworth, Macklemore & Karen Middleton, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on the stock market crash, kids online, new Senator Jim Molan and mass school shoe detentions.
Monday 05 Feb
With guests Claire Hooper and Jay Weatherill, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on SA Premier's solar scheme, caring for love, complications at hospital, and Super Bowl ads.
Friday 02 Feb
With guests Russell Peters, Ricky Ponting and Christine Forster, plus hosts Waleed Aly, Lisa Wilkinson, Lehmo & Gorgi Coghlan, and stories on kingfish fail, Christine's wedding, Natalie Wood's death, and life without a stomach.
Thursday 01 Feb
With special guest Adam Gilchrist and co-host Lisa Wilkinson, we discuss Grid Girls, the BBL semi-final, Pete's PSA on the salvos, Hairy February and this week's Good News!
Wednesday 31 Jan
With guests Bernard Tomic, Kevin Pietersen & Steve Price, plus guest host Fitzy, and stories on the cabinet papers found in cabinets, prescription-only codeine, and Trump's State of the Union.
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?
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
Dilruk Jayasinha drops by the desk to chat about how he turned a health scare into comedy for his new show Budle of Joy.
Vance Joy drops by the desk to chat about his new album Nation of Two and his favourite jacket!
The Aussie songstress joined us to chat about playing in front of massive crowds with Ed Sheeran, how furniture can embody life-changing stories, and recording an album now she's a mum.
The maverick madman of comedy joins us to talk about working with Mel Brooks on Young Frankenstein, and spruiking circumcision.
The Aussie snowboard sensation returns after picking up bronze at the Pyeongchang Olympics to chat about facing death on the board and whether Aussie aerial skier was robbed.
Lisa sits down with Celine Dion to talk about her life, her love, her legacy, and we find out which Aussie superstar Celine has a crush on!
Dame Helen Mirren and Jason Clarke
The stars of Winchester talk about creating tension and putting their bodies on the line in their new supernatural film, shot in Melbourne.
Superstar drag queen Courtney Act drops by the desk to chat about Big Brother, Paris Hilton and international fame ahead of her national Australian tour!
The hilarious Aussie comedian/quizmaster joined us to chat Barnaby Joyce (hard!) and gets a dose of his own medicine from Steve Price.
The former Prime Minister joins us to reflect on the decade since his apology to the stolen generations, and the impact the Closing the Gap program has had.
Derryn Hinch on Barnaby Joyce
The independent Senator joins us to talk about the growing scandal engulfing the Deputy Prime Minister, and how he thinks it will play out.
Jacqui Tells All
Even after she had to leave the Senate, the Jacqui Lambie machine is showing no signs of slowing down. Lisa caught up with Jacqui at home in Tassie, just before she came to blows with the man replacing her in the Senate.
Waleed sits down for a one-on-one chat with Pink Floyd's Roger Waters, as they discuss his incredible career, if this will be his final tour, and his thoughts on Israel.
Gift of the Gab
You might think you've got the gift of the gab but try taking out a national poetry competition in front of 20,000 people, at just 13 years old.
The 15:17 to Paris
The Project chats to Clint Eastwood about his latest movie about the three heroes who foiled a terror attack and star as themselves in their own movie.
Kids off the Leash
The panel chats to principal Tim Berryman about whether parents should give little kids more freedom.
David Wenham stops by the desk to chat about directing his latest movie Ellipsis.
The monster hit factory joined usfrom backstage to talk about leaving his family from home, his new tattoo, and having his grandmother egging houses in his new video.
The Aussie superstar joined us to talk about joining the tourism campaign as part of the mock "Dundee" reboot, and whether it could actually turn into an actual movie.
Should we have kids?
Having kids is a big decision as it is - but for an increasing number of people, the ethics of bringing a child into the world is becoming more pressing.
Take the header out of soccer and stick it on a table tennis table, and what do you get? You get a new sport called Headis... and it's taking the world by storm.
O Week Red Zone
Orientation Week is meant to be a time to make friends and have a fun introduction to University, but for far too many women, it's a time when they find themselves the victims of sexual assault.
To snip or not to snip?
The popularity ofcircumcision has fallen over the years, but according to some doctors it might be coming back in fashion.
Don't Text And Drive
There's a push to cut up the licences of people caught texting while driving, after a horrific crash nearly killed two Sydney police officers. When so many of us use our phones behind the wheel, could this make us think twice? and#13;
Tea Time with Tommy - Affairs
Tommy dropped by Lifeview Aged Care to chat with his friends about the super sexy political world in which we live. And just a warning, this segment contains sexual references.
Rosie Batty Retires
Since her son Luke's death, Rosie Batty has been Australia's strongest voice in a tireless campaign against domestic violence. Now she's stepping away from public life, hoping to finally heal.and#13;
Joel & Benji Madden
We chat with Joel andamp; Benji Madden about why they keep coming back to Australia, what it's like to tour with your brother and we get to the bottom of how well they really know each other.
To describe Mat Bowtell as selfless would be an understatement - he's one of the most generous people we've ever met. And it all started when he was laid off by Toyota.and#13;
Turnbull vs Joyce
If you thought the Barnaby Joyce story was done and dusted, you've done a good job of avoiding every major media outlet in the country... until now!and#13;Barnaby came out swinging today, and the PM was in his sights.and#13;
Guns & America
As the accused Florida school shooter sits in a cell charged with 17 counts of murder, the response from America's leaders seems all too familiar. But amid the anger, grief, and disbelief, tales of incredible heroism have also emerged.
The world's youngest editor
8 yo Roxy Downs is the world's youngest magazine editor - it's official. She edits It Girl magazine and is the same age as the mag's readers. Lisa Wilkinson thought she was a young editor at 21, so she gets some tips direct from Roxy.
Meeting Big Moo
The search for Australia's biggest bovine appears to be over. There was only one person with the talent, the temperament and the tenacity to tackle this special report: Anne Edmondsand#13;
Tax-Free Big Business?
We all know the tax time routine by now. Drag out that ratty folder of crumpled up receipts. Plug in a few details on the old ATO website, and hope to god you get a return rather than a bill this year. Unless of course, you're these guys...
Bad news for Julian Assange, with a British judge upholding his arrest warrant. The court heard Julian could really do with some vitamin D - so how much longer can this stalemate continue?
A hero's welcome
She's been through hell and back again but burns survivor Dana Vulin never lost her will to live - and live well. And now, six years on, we bring her together with the man who saved her life.
Theatre of War
Working in a medical evacuation crew in the middle of a warzone is a high-pressure and highly confronting job. And as Aussie filmmaker Harry Sanna has found out, it's a job that can leave long-lasting scars.
Lehmo's Little Legends
The kids are finally back at school after their long break. So Lehmo interviewed them to see how their holidays went.
This week Barnaby Joyce's affair has dominated the news, and the latest details suggest this could be far more than just a private affair. We speak to Barrie Cassidy live at the desk.
Since pokies first hit Australia in 1956, they've become an entrenched part of many communities. Now Tasmania might be about to give them the boot.and#13;
Aly Raisman t is a three-time olympic gold medallist. But she became a real hero when she helped put her gymnastics doctor behind bars for 300 years for his crimes.and#13;
It's time for some good news.
A suspected mass overdose that nearly killed a group of Gold Coast students has been linked to a drug that was legal and readily available, until just a few weeks ago.
The Syrian government's concentrated campaign of airstrikes and shelling in East Ghouta has claimed more than 250 lives since Sunday, and it's left the UN speechless.and#13;
Bump Stock Ban
One step forward, and one step back for America's gun control lobby, as bump stocks are banned, and a motion to discuss banning assault-style weapons in Florida is voted down.
Principals under Stress
Our school principals are at breaking point thanks to stress, bullying, and violence.
American Gun Fight
With a continuous stream of awful news stories about American school gun massacres, a fightback is coming. And it's being led by the young people whose lives are most at risk.
Elder abuse plan
Elder abuse is a silent epidemic affecting thousands of vulnerable Australians every year who can no longer defend themselves. Today, the federal government finally promised to do something about it.
Barnaby Under Fire
After another day in the crosshairs, could the deputy PM soon be out of a job?
Malka Leifer Arrested
Victorian principal Malka Leifer has been arrested in Israel for alleged sex offences.
Quincy Lets Loose
Pete gives a rundown of Quincy Jones's bizarre interview.
It's news. It's good.
A new study of NRL players has shed light on how concussions sustained over their careers can cause permanent brain damage.
The tragic death of a Perth teenager has thrown a light on the drastic measures some athletes undertake to compete.
5G vs NBN
Before the NBN is even finished, could Australia's 13 million broadband users be lured away by an alternative?and#13;
Pollies' Private Lives
Barnaby Joyce's dirty laundry has been aired in the national press - it's tawdry, and it'll sell papers, but is it in our public interest to know about our pollies' extracurricular activities?and#13;
The Productivity Commission has released a report saying that - surprise, surprise - Australian banks might be too big for their boots.
A beef with beef
We chat to one of the vegan protestors who stormed a Melbourne steakhouse, brandishing signs and megaphones, about whether she felt the controversial protest achieved their aims.
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