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Sunday 20 May
Join Lisa Wilkinson from London, Hamish MacDonald, Natarsha Belling, Tommy Little and Meshel Laurie as they dissect and digest the daily news, events and hottest topics. Plus, Matt Okine live at the desk.
Friday 18 May
With co-hosts Peter van Onselen, Natarsha Belling, and a live cross from London with Lisa Wilkinson, we discuss unpaid super, poo joggers, the royal wedding, abortion fight, and Lehmo's Little Legends.
Thursday 17 May
With special guest Ryan Reynolds, and guest-host Rachel Corbett, we discuss live exports, alien octopus, Meghan's struggle, plus Carrie brings you this week's Good News.
Wednesday 16 May
With guests Simon Pegg, Henry Cavill, Lisa Wilkinson & Steve Price, plus guest host Peter Van Onselen, and stories on worried millennials, gay men donating blood, royal wedding drama, and is it Laurel or Yanny?
Tuesday 15 May
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Peter Helliar and Fifi Box as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Plus, Janine Ellis is live at the desk.
Monday 14 May
With special guests Josh Radnor and Ben Lee, and co-host Steve Price, we discuss Google using your data, keeping financial secrets, using your phone behind the wheel, and Avery's fight.
Sunday 13 May
With special guest Alan Cumming, guest-host Sarrah Le Marquand, and stories on women in LNP, the WA family tragedy, Turia Pitt's first mother's day, and Eurovision.
Friday 11 May
With special guest Marcia Hines, and stories on the Tasmania floods, the effectiveness of health apps, the woman who donated her remaining embryos, and the Syrian man who's been stuck at an airport for two-months.
Thursday 10 May
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Peter Helliar and Rachel Corbett as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events, hottest topics and speak with Keith Urban.
Wednesday 09 May
Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Peter Helliar and Fitzy as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Plus, the Budget delivered differently with Anne Edmonds.
Tuesday 08 May
Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Peter Helliar, Fifi Box, Hamish McDonald and Cal Wilson as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics.
Monday 07 May
Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Peter Helliar and Steven Price as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Plus,Tom Walker is live at the desk.
Sunday 06 May
With guest Julian Dennison and Carl Valeri, plus hosts Lisa Wilkinson, Hamish MacDonald, Tommy Little and Fiona O'Loughlin, plus stories on budget threats, triple zero outage, the A-League final, and Skyfall Girl.
Friday 04 May
Waleed Aly, Lisa Wilkinson, Lehmo, Gorgi Coghlan and guest panelist Cal Wilson dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. The Project...news delivered differently.
Thursday 03 May
With guest Madeleine West, plus guest hosts Tommy Little and Rachel Corbett, with stories on the CBA stuff up, online stranger danger, body of evidence and Carrie brings this week's good news.
Wednesday 02 May
With guests Effie & Jim, Jamila Rizvi and Steve Price, plus guest host Peter Van Onselen, and stories on raising the dole, asylum family outrage, and political correctness in comedy.
Tuesday 01 May
Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Peter Helliar, Amanda Keller and Hughesy as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Also, a perfomance by Portugal. The Man
Monday 30 Apr
Join Peter Helliar, Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore and guest co-host Steve Price as they discuss the government's education reforms, pill testing at music festivals and reflect on the 30th anniversary of Expo 88.
Sunday 29 Apr
With guests James Marsden & Osher Gunsberg, plus hosts Lisa Wilkinson, Hamish Macdonald, Tommy Little & Jan Fran, and stories on Foodora, cyber-spying, the tampon tax, and the dad who beat ice addiction.
Something We Should Talk About
Something We Should Talk About
Something We Should Talk About
Something We Should Talk About - Tax Cuts
It's budget night and despite what it says, you cannot be sure the government's signature piece of economic policy is going to do much to help your wage. It's something we should talk about.
Speak, even if your voice shakes
Some of the most influential people in the world are taking a stand to deliver a powerful message against bullying.
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
Matt Okine joins us to chat about his new comedy show, going bald, the royal wedding, and Meshel's podcast.
The Queen's former spokesperson, Dickie Arbiter, joins Lisa to talk about the behind-the-scenes of the royal wedding.
We chat to Hollywood heart throb and star of Deadpool 2: Ryan Reynolds.
Henry Cavill and Simon Pegg
Ahead of the new movie Mission Impossible - Fallout, we chat to the stars Henry Cavill and Simon
Janine Allis joins us to discuss if she's made a profit from her Shark Tank ventures, Steve's dramatic exit, and Tommy recalls his Boost juice career.
Josh Radnor and Ben Lee
Josh Radnor and Ben Lee joined us to chat about meeting each other, collaborating on music, and How I Met Your Mother fans coming to gigs.
Hassan is unable to step foot outside the airport and onto Malaysian soil, which means he's now been stuck at Kuala Lumpur airport for two-months.
Marcia Hines joins us to chat about performing with music royalty, parenting, and her Australian Idol experience.
The country-pop superstar chats to us about why his new album is called Graffiti U, writing songs about Nicole, and bottling his smell.
Life of the Party
Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone join us to chat about their new film Life of the Party.
The British satirist behind the character of Jonathan Pie, the reporter whose "off-camera" offensive rants have been viewed hundreds of millions of times, joins us to chat about taking the character to the stage.
The King of the Cube has just broken his own world record, and joins us to chat about what he does when he's not solving Rubik's puzzles, and takes on the cubing skills of Peter Helliar.
Need some good news on a Friday night? Beer is about to get a whole lot cheaper! Well craft beer, but it's still great news.
Actor, Mum and author Madeleine West dropped by to chat about her new books and raising 6 kids.
Jim and Effie
The next best thing to the King and Queen of Australia join us to talk about their new show, Star Wogs.
The writer and political commentator joins us to chat about the new book she's edited, where mothers write to their past selves about what to expect in the early months of motherhood.
Kasey Chambers joins us to chat about her new album 'Campfire,' how she parents while touring, her incredible cooking skills, and her latest superstar collaboration.
After years of sexual assault accusations going back decades, disgraced comedian Bill Cosby was finally held to account by a court of law. Patricia Steur is one of those survivors, and she shared her story with us.
Comedian Nath Valvo joined us at the desk to chat about his current live show 'Show Pony".and#13;If you'd like to see Nath live head to the links page on our website.
Under the Knife
Cosmetic surgery in Australia is now a billion-dollar industry. But a large part of the sector remains unregulated, with rogue practitioners performing procedures without qualifications.
The Commonwealth Bank Dollarmite accounts have been used to teach kids about banking. But it turns out they're also pretty useful to teach kids about not trusting banks.
The Royal Wedding
Lisa brings us the latest on the royal wedding live from London.
Lehmo's Little Legends
Royal Wedding fever continues to strike, and not even our children are immune! Lehmo spoke to some little friends at Glenferrie Primary School about their thoughts on Harry and Meghan's big day.
Safer Abortions in NSW?
NSW Parliament is debating whether safe zones should be created for abortion clinics. But does that quash protesters rights to free speech?
Royal Wedding Latest
We're just over 24 hours away from the wedding that will stop the world - as billions across the globe watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot at Windsor. Lisa joined us live from London.
There's a new exercise trend going around: poo jogging. And Tarsh Belling shares her special investigative report.
Hospitality employees are struggling to claim their unpaid super. So what can be done to ensure hospitality employers are giving their employees their rightful super contributions?
We look at the drama surrounding Meghan Markle and the Royal Wedding.
Are octopuses aliens from space?
What does the future hold for live exports?
Laurel or Yanny?
It's the recording that will tear us all apart, what do you hear 'Laurel' or 'Yanny'?
Gay men are still not allowed to donate blood; so do the laws need to change?
Millennials not happy
Millennials are an unhappy bunch, the Project finds out why.
For years, Tourette Syndrome was considered to be a rare illness, but the number of cases has been steadily increasing as awareness of the condition grows. And it's a lot more common than you think.
Athletes who disappeared from the commonwealth games want to stay in Australia. So what are their chances?
Violence in Gaza
For six weeks, Palestinians in Gaza have been protesting Donald Trump's decision to acknowledge Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Overnight, once again, those protests turned deadly.
The energy sector is a huge industry with huge players operating, and a major lack of oversight. We're all customers, and they've been screwing us for years.
Four-year-old Avery Beal has spent most of her life in and out of hospital. And just when she thought she was better, she had to buckle up for yet another fight.
The Warm and Fuzzies
From family raves to the Mother of the Year, here are this week's Good News stories.
We speak to the mother of a Melbourne schoolboy with autism, who was beaten with spanners and repeatedly punched and kicked by a group of teens.
The Right to Die
We speak to Philip Nitschke about the 104-year-old Professor David Goodall, who's taken himself to Switzerland to end his life with dignity.
Australia's fuel reserves are well below the levels recommended by the International Energy Agency. So are we just a few weeks away from a national crisis?
Spinal muscular atrophy is an inherited, muscle-wasting disorder and is the number one genetic cause of death in babies.Up until yesterday, it was a death sentence - but now, there's a lifeline.and#13;
Raising the dole
Economist Chris Richardson joins us to talk about why he thinks raising the dole is the most important issue the budget has to address.
Pell to Stand Trial
Cardinal George Pell will stand trial in relation to historical sex offences.
After an Aussie music festival yesterday ran our first ever pill-testing trial, we debate the pros and cons of this controversial idea.
The government is backing David Gonski's call for a radical change to our education system. So what's involved, and will it work?
Royal Baby 3.0!
Princess Kate has given birth to another royal ragamuffin!
Junk Food Ads
Landmark research has revealed just how much junk food advertising targeting children affects their diets.
The panel speaks to Diego Dematos, who witnessed the van rampage in Toronto that killed 10 people.
Pete investigates the latest cafe outrage that has left a bitter and salty taste in the mouths of some Internet commenters.
Train Driver Trauma
There are about 70 collisions with vehicles at Australia's level crossings every year and thousands of near-misses.and#13;There were 89 fatalities on railways in the last financial year.and#13;Train drivers involved in these incidents live with the
The panel takes a look at why more and more children are suffering serious knee injuries playing sport.
Policing the Police
As more disturbing footage emerges of police brutality, there are calls for incidents to be more properly investigated and reviewed.
The government's latest crackdown on single mothers is being accused of creating double standards.
Victoria's corruption watchdog is investigating an instance of alleged police brutality, after the release of shocking CCTV showing six police officers beating a man in his own front yard.
RIP Winnie Madikizela-Mandela
We pay tribute to the life of the most significant figures in South Africa's anti-apartheid battle, who has passed away, aged 81.
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