6:30PM Wed on TEN
Tuesday 19 Sep
With guests London Grammer, Dana Vulin & Anneliese from Survivor, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on the new $10 note, confiscated guns, and goat yoga.
Monday 18 Sep
With special guests Morgan Evans & Samuel Johnson and guest host Gretel Killeen. Plus stories on the Emmy Awards, testing grade 1 students and remembering the life of Connie Johnson.
Sunday 17 Sep
With guests Peter Berner, Matt Canavan & Lucy McDonald, plus hosts Ray Martin, Natarsha Belling, Tommy Little & Rachel Corbett, and stories on terror in London, the 'No' campaign, the Rub-Down, and kids on chores.
Friday 15 Sep
Join Waleed Aly, Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo & Meshel Laurie as they discuss the crisis in Myanmar, Broken Hill's drag queen festival, new rules around buskers and chat with The Bachelor's Matty J and Laura!
Thursday 14 Sep
Join Waleed Aly, Tarsh Belling, Pete Helliar & Fitzy as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guest: Megan Washington.
Wednesday 13 Sep
With guest Gad Elmaleh, plus guest hosts Tarsh Belling & Fifi Box, and stories on anti-hate speech laws, Rebel Wilson's record payout, and schoolgirls being allowed to wear shorts.
Tuesday 12 Sep
With guests Bert Kreischer aka 'The Machine', Dr Andrew Rochford, Steve Koukoulas and Heritier Lumumba and guest hosts Tarsh Belling & Fifi Box. Plus stories on WA banning the bag, racism in sport, parental handouts and the end of handwriting.
Monday 11 Sep
With guests Luke McGregor, Kurt Fearnley & John Hewson, plus guest hosts Tarsh Belling & Rachel Corbett, and stories on pokies legal battle, could Scott Morrison be PM, and mobility scooters.
Sunday 10 Sep
With special guest Guy Sebastian, join Dr. Chris Brown, Sarah Harris, Rachel Corbett & Tim Blackwell as they discuss the latest on Hurricane Irma, Reef Sex, NRL supporting same-sex marriage, and Tea Time with Tommy.
Friday 08 Sep
With guest Gigi Gorgeous, plus guest host Meshel Laurie and stories on Hurricane Irma, saving money on energy bills, the Logies moving to the Gold Coast, and the world's oldest bodybuilder.
Thursday 07 Sep
With guests Anthony Callea and Andrew Wilkie, plus guest host Rachel Corbett and stories on Hurricane Irma, the child care strike, size zero models and the week's good news.
Wednesday 06 Sep
With guests Kevin Bridges & Josh Frydenberg, plus guest host Gretel Killeen, and stories on AGL fighting the government on coal plant, indigenous rapper Baker Boy, and how a single house missed out on the NBN.
Tuesday 05 Sep
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar & guest host Fifi Box as they look at the High Court challenge to the same-sex marriage postal survey and whether Australia should have a universal basic income, with special guest Tala Raassi.
Monday 04 Sep
With guests Vance Joy, Steve Clemons & AK from Survivor, plus guest hosts Dave Thornton & Steve Price, and stories on sitting's link to bowel cancer, stroke heartbreak, North Korea's H-bomb, and are the Logies heading to the Gold Coast?
Sunday 03 Sep
Join Dr. Chris Brown, Natarsha Belling, Rove McManus, Rachel Corbett & Tim Blackwell as they discuss the flu outbreak, daycare strike, Lehmo's little legends, and special guest Ricki-Lee.
Friday 01 Sep
Join co-hosts Matt White, Tommy Little & Meshel Laurie, as we discuss hacked emails, ACCC petrol prices, Lemon Caravans, the tragic Sydney botched boob job, and whether schools should have etiquette classes.
Thursday 31 Aug
Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Pete Helliar & Gretel Killeen as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Jessica Marais & Derryn Hinch.
Wednesday 30 Aug
Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Pete Helliar & guest host Rachel Corbett as they investigate why some Tasmanians are building their own coffins, break down the same-sex marriage No Campaign's first TV ad and check out The Hitman's Bodyguard.
Tuesday 29 Aug
With guests Jada Pinkett Smith & Bob Brown, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on North Korea's missile test over Japan, heart attack risk, goodbye to Sea Shepherd, and Aussie kids being chauffeured to school.
Something We Should Talk About
Something We Should Talk About
Something We Should Talk About
Sick of getting screwed
Waleed explains why you're probably getting screwed over power prices.
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
The boys from the hit UK indie group join us to talk about Hannah being a bit sick, what 'Rooting for you' means in Australia and of course...grammar.
Sam Johnson on Connie's legacy
On the day of Connie Johnson's funeral, we look back at her enormous multi-million dollar legacy, and her little brother came in to tell us that he feels his fight to vanquish cancer is only just beginning.
Simon Birmingham on Grade 1 testing
The Education Minister joins us to talk about his plan to introduce a national test for numeracy and literacy skills for Grade 1 students.
He's the biggest Aussie in Nashville since Keith Urban, and the latest country superstar joins us to talk about when kisses are appropriate, and what it was like growing up country in Newcastle.
The eclectic singer-songwriter joins us to talk about going orchestral, whether rap might be next, and living with a stutter... and then announces some wonderful news.
Andrew Denton on assisted dying
A harrowing video released this morning shows the horrific reality of a slow death of a fatal disease. Go Gentle founder Andrew Denton joins us to talk about why laws need to be changed to allow people to choose how they can die.
Liam Stapleton on R U OK Day
The Triple J breakfast host opens up about his battles with depression brought on by comments from haters, both online and in person.
He was one of the funniest men in France and now he's one of the funniest men in the world. The hilarious Gad Elmaleh joins us live at the desk.
Maude Garrett catches up with Michael Keaton and Dylan O'Brien from the hit new action thriller.
The comic once named the top party boy gets his top off, does his first shoey, tells us about his dealings with the Russian mafia and how he's the inspiration for Van Wilder: Party Liaison.
Heritier Lumumba speaks out
The retired Collingwood premiership star and All-Australian player formerly known as Harry O'Brien, is now speaking out about the racism he feels is systemic in the AFL and Australian culture.
WA bans the bag
We speak to WA Premier Mark McGowan about being the first of the three Premiers to ban single-use plastic bags, why he changed his mind, and what NSW and Victoria should do next.
Comedian Luke McGregor joined us live at the desk to discuss his new show "Almost Fixed It," his awkward interactions, and adopting pets!
Guy Sebastian drops by the desk to chat about his new album, how he keeps himself so fit, and that fro!
Gigi Gorgeous has packed a lot into her life and nearly all of it was broadcast on the internet. The YouTube star dropped in to talk about her story so far.
The charismatic man with the amazing voice talks us through collaborating with the MSO, how he chose the songs, and what he feels about the marriage equality postal survey.
Marriage equality survey challenge sunk
We speak to independent MP Andrew Wilkie about the High Court's decision to reject his and another challenge to the legality of the government's marriage equality postal survey.
Scottish comedian Kevin Bridges stops by the desk ahead of his Australian tour.
Indigenous rapper Baker Boy has become an overnight sensation with his hit song Cloud 9.
The incredible burns survivor joins us to talk about how she not only survived being set on fire but how she is now thriving and living life to the fullest.
Lehmo's Little Legends - Chores
We like the idea of kids helping out around the house, and maybe even earning a bit of coin for doing so. But what do THEY think about chores? Our very own Lehmo went and asked them.
Comedian Peter Berner dropped by the panel to chat about his new book and laugh about the state of the world today.
Matty J and Laura
The Bachelor's Matty J and Laura join us at the desk to chat about the finale, sneaking around after they became a couple and what's next for their relationship!
Queens of the Desert
Most of the time, Broken Hill is an outback mining town, with rugged conditions and even more rugged characters. But once a year, it transforms into the drag capital of Australia for the Broken Heel Festival.
Church Cancels Wedding
Imagine being all loved-up and all set to marry the partner of your dreams, when the church you had booked for the big day suddenly pulls the pin because it didn't agree with something you'd said?
Genocide In Myanmar
Nearly half-a-million Rohingya Muslims living in Myanmar have been forced to flee their homes, after the military started indiscriminately killing them and burning down villages.
Scotty reaches the snowboarding summit
Scotty James is an Australian sporting superstar who could be our next Olympic gold medallist. Having started on the snowboarding circuit as a young teen, he's now inspiring the next generation of Aussie snowboarders.
231,000 Australians cruise around on mobility scooters. But, before they run the rest of us down, is it time to put a speed restriction on them?
ScoMo for PM?
The latest Fairfax Ipsos poll is grim reading for Bill Shorten, the Coalition and particularly for the besieged PM. But Scott Morrison came out looking pretty darned good.
When Kurt Fearnley was 13 he saw his first wheelchair race, and it set him on a path to become one of Australia's most successful Paralympians. And now he's turned to modelling.
Australians are the world's biggest spenders, per capita, on gambling. There's now a legal case attempting to save problem gamblers from poker machines, but will it be successful?
Tommy's Tea Time - Romance
Have you ever wondered if you could make your relationship better? Tommy Little has... so he decided to visit the residents of Life View Aged Care to find out.
Restoring The Reef
Some positive news about the future of the great Barrier Reef thanks to some Aussie researchers. And it involves hot, steamy, coral sex.
Connie Johnson bravely fought cancer for much of her life, today she lost her battle. This is our tribute.
Tiff and Rhubarb patrol the outback
As Senior Constable Tiffany Greig patrols a huge tract of the South Australian outback, she has an unusual companion - a juvenile big red kangaroo called Rhubarb - who's become quite a cult figure.
The US has threatened a massive military response, after North Korea conducted its most powerful nuclear test yet. So just how close to war are we?
Surviving a Stroke
It can be a silent killer and the warning signs are sometimes hard to spot. To mark the start of National Stroke Week, we hear two very different stories from people who've survived a stroke.
Sitting Cancer Risk
Sitting down - it's awesome! Which explains why the average Aussie spends 39 hours a week doing sedentary activities. But new research has revealed it increases the risk of bowel cancer.
The latest terror attack in London is the fifth major attack in the last six months. Two men are now in custody following a second arrest over Friday's London attack and the country's terror alert sits at 'critical'.
Good News time
Another dose of heartwarming news to give you warm and fuzzy feelings.
Shorts for schoolgirls
Steve Price goes head to head with 8 year old Marlie Cummings over the hot topic of school uniforms.
We talk to Lisa Wilkinson about what Rebel Wilson's record defamtation payout will mean for the magazine business.
Stories of Hope
From the Mattress manufacturer helping stranded hurricane victims, to the blind footy fan getting a special commentary from his best mate, there's lots of heartwarming good news around this week.
Hurricane Irma strikes
A category 5 storm has battered the Carribean, leaving entire islands devastated. We speak to local Red Cross President Michael Joseph about what is happening on the ground.
After nearly 50 years of operting, AGL wants to close the Liddell coal-fired power station in 2022.
Carrie brings you some good news from the past week!
Diana: 20 Years On
20 years on from her death, the panel takes a look at Princess Diana's legacy.
Some Western Australian Liberal party members are proposing that WA secede from Australia.
Mums at Work
Aussie mums are heading back to work soon after giving birth.
Senator Derryn Hinch is the latest politician to be accused of violating section 44 of the Australian Constitution.
Misleading marriage ad
The first TV ad about the marriage equality postal survey has been aired - suggesting that it will have impact on schools, despite evidence to the contrary. We speak to Liberal MP Tim Wilson, and take a look at the uncut version of the ad.
Don't go Viagogo
We speak to Delia Rickard, the Deputy Chair of the ACCC, about why they've taken ticket resale site Viagogo to the Federal Court, with claims of overcharging, fraudulent transactions, and misleading practices.
Flexible work hours for carers
We speak to ACTU President Ged Kearney about their proposal for flexible work hours for the 85% of Australian workers who their research suggest need to juggle work with caring responsibilities.
Good news Thursday!
It's time for another delicious serving of this week's best news from around the globe.
How far would you go to stay looking youthful? Well some celebs are going waaay beyond that.
Who pays for our pollies' mistakes?
Here's why you should really care about our pollies' dual-citizenship dramas.
Good news Thursday
Time for your regular late-week pick me up.
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