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ABC RN
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Background Briefing is daring narrative journalism: Australian investigations with impact. Our award-winning reporters forensically uncover the hidden stories at the heart of the country’s biggest issues.
 
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Kohler Report
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ABC RN
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The Money is a weekly 30 minute program that explains how the Australian economy and everything in it works, and how this all connects to the global economy.
 
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ABC RN
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Earshot presents documentaries about people, places, stories and ideas, in all their diversity.
 
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Kohler Report
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ABC RN
Weekly
 
Blueprint for Living is a weekly rummage through the essential cultural ingredients—design, architecture, food, travel, fashion—for a good life.
 
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ABC RN
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Blueprint for Living is a weekly rummage through the essential cultural ingredients—design, architecture, food, travel, fashion—for a good life.
 
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ABC RN
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Religion: it’s at the centre of world affairs, but profound questions still remain. Why are you here? What happens when you die? Does God matter? God Forbid seeks the answers.
 
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ABC RN
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Stop Everything! and tune in for a savvy, critical look at pop culture and its political implications. Join our panellists each week for a discussion about what they're reading, watching and listening to.
 
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ABC RN
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Background Briefing is daring narrative journalism: Australian investigations with impact. Our award-winning reporters forensically uncover the hidden stories at the heart of the country’s biggest issues.
 
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ABC RN
Weekly
 
New and compelling stories from Australia and around the world, told by some of our most popular and trusted historians. Step inside a time machine for an immersive journey through history, where stories of people, places and events bring the past vividly into our present world.
 
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ABC RN
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The simplest questions often have the most complex answers. The Philosopher's Zone is your guide through the strange thickets of logic, metaphysics and ethics.
 
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ABC RN
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Earshot presents documentaries about people, places, stories and ideas, in all their diversity.
 
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One Plus One
Weekly
 
One Plus One is ABC News 24's highly acclaimed interview program. Presented by one of the ABC's most experienced journalists Jane Hutcheon, the half-hour weekly program features up to three face-to-face interviews from Australia and around the world. Each week, Jane and a team of contributors bring you the best thinkers, personalities, writers, movers and shakers in provocative and often surprising conversations.
 
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The Business
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The day's business and finance news, with the latest trends on international share and currency markets, pointing to what Australians can expect in the day ahead.
 
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The World
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Australia Network's flagship current affairs program, The World provides in-depth analysis of major news events around the region and the world.
 
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The Business
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The day's business and finance news, with the latest trends on international share and currency markets, pointing to what Australians can expect in the day ahead.
 
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The Business
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The day's business and finance news, with the latest trends on international share and currency markets, pointing to what Australians can expect in the day ahead.
 
Showcasing ABC Grandstand's one-off specials, featuring in-depth interviews and coverage of the world's biggest sports stories
 
Showcasing ABC Grandstand's one-off specials, featuring in-depth interviews and coverage of the world's biggest sports stories
 
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The Drum
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The Drum takes you on a lively and thought-provoking journey through the issues of the day. Our hosts moderate discussions with an ever-changing panel drawn from all walks of life, representing all parts of the political and social spectrums. From politics to sport and everything in between, you'll get views and analysis on the stories behind the story.
 
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DC Washup
Weekly
 
Focusing on the US elections, the program brings you interviews with leaders, and newsmakers.
 
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Strike Zone
Monthly
 
For all the action from the world of Australia and International Baseball, listen to Strike Zone with Chris Coleman.
 
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The Better Half
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Grandstand’s weekly Friday Preview W-league show host by Niav Owens which will be available for download on Fridays
 
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They Came To Play
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Lehmo, Danny McGinlay and Tess Armstrong take a fun look at the AFL.
 
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DC Washup
Monthly
 
Focusing on the US elections, the program brings you interviews with leaders, and newsmakers.
 
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The Two Halves
Monthly
 
Daniel Anderson joins Shannon Byrne to review all the NRL's weekend action.
 
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Hens FC
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Every Saturday on ABC Local Radio, Debbie Spillane and all female panel discuss the big sports stories.
 
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Grandstand Football
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Football (Soccer) interviews and news from ABC Grandstand.
 
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Grandstand Cricket
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Cricket news and interviews from the ABC Grandstand Team.
 
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Lateline
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Lateline's experienced team brings you the latest breaking news and full coverage of the big issues.
 
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All Torque
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Every Fortnight strap yourself in for high octane ride with All Torque with Scott Rollinson, ABC Grandstand’s Motor Racing show.
 
Wake up to the best sports interviews and analysis on ABC Grandstand Breakfast with Francis Leach each Friday through Monday.
 
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Dishonourable Members
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ABC political reporters Matthew Doran and Anna Henderson pull apart the political and media circus that is Australian politics to take you inside both camps – with help from some of the ABC’s top political operatives.
 
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Friday Late
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Friday Late is a weekly interview program from the people who bring you PM. Daily current affairs doesn't always have time to let guests stretch out and expand on their knowledge - Friday Late will fill that gap. Each week, Mark Colvin will be talking to three or four newsmakers, analysts and thinkers about the events that shape our time.
 
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A league Lounge
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Grandstand’s weekly Monday review A league show hosted by Steve Pearce and Ned Hall will be available for download on a Monday
 
The National Press Club is Australia's leading forum for discussion and debate and for major statements on politics and public policy. Decision makers, Australian political leaders, foreign Heads of State and leaders from all fields of society are among the speakers at the National Press Club. The addresses are broadcast live on ABC 1 and ABC News 24 and also streamed live online on ABC News 24.
 
Shannon Byrne and Daniel Anderson look ahead to the weekends NRL fixtures and discuss the big stories in the game
 
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The Ice Bath
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Julian Abbott is chilling in the Ice Bath with you every Sunday evening as we recover from the weekend of rugby league and bring you the latest news and interviews
 
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The Opening Bounce
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Every Friday, Francis Leach, Kelli Underwood and Gerard Whateley look ahead to the weekends AFL fixtures and discuss the big stories in the game
 
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National Rural News
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National Rural News is a daily wrap-up on rural news and events from around the country.
 
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National Rural News
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National Rural News is a daily wrap-up on rural news and events from around the country.
 
For 25 years John Clarke and Bryan Dawe have broadcast a weekly interview in which prominent figures speak about matters of public importance. John pretends to be someone he isn't pretending to be and Bryan behaves with grace under pressure. The interviews are broadcast on ABCTV on Thursday nights and are available online here, on mrjohnclarke.com and on YouTube. They are also available by prescription at selected retail outlets.
 
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The Final Siren
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Every Monday Matt Clinch looks back at the weekend in the AFL. Hear highlights and interviews from every match of the round as well as the reaction from the coaches after the game
 
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Cow Corner
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For all the action from the world of Australian and International Cricket, listen to Cow Corner with Peter Newlinds and Dan Lonergan.
 
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They Came To Play
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Lehmo, Danny McGinlay and Tess Armstrong take a fun look at the AFL.
 
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Record low interest rates approaching zero haven't stopped the Australian economy slowing to a crawl. The Treasurer says it's not time to hit the panic button but traditional levers for growth are proving less effective and analysts say its time to explore alternatives.By Phillip Lasker.
 
Record low interest rates approaching zero haven't stopped the Australian economy slowing to a crawl. The Treasurer says it's not time to hit the panic button but traditional levers for growth are proving less effective and analysts say its time to explore alternatives.By Phillip Lasker.
 
Record low interest rates approaching zero haven't stopped the Australian economy slowing to a crawl. The Treasurer says it's not time to hit the panic button but traditional levers for growth are proving less effective and analysts say its time to explore alternatives.By Phillip Lasker.
 
NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet released a discussion paper which looks at how state and federal finances could be reformed. Several state governments have said they are happy to discuss changing the GST, but Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese ruled it out.By Elysse Morgan.
 
NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet released a discussion paper which looks at how state and federal finances could be reformed. Several state governments have said they are happy to discuss changing the GST, but Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese ruled it out.By Elysse Morgan.
 
NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet released a discussion paper which looks at how state and federal finances could be reformed. Several state governments have said they are happy to discuss changing the GST, but Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese ruled it out.By Elysse Morgan.
 
The market struggled to find direction. Jun Bei Liu from Tribeca Investment speaks to Elysse.By Elysse Morgan.
 
The market struggled to find direction. Jun Bei Liu from Tribeca Investment speaks to Elysse.By Elysse Morgan.
 
The market struggled to find direction. Jun Bei Liu from Tribeca Investment speaks to Elysse.By Elysse Morgan.
 
Host: Ellen Fanning Panel: Brigid Meney, Michael Jensen, Craig Wallace, Peter Hutton Guest: Graham Readfern The panel discusses Australia's 2030 emissions reductions targets, changes to the NSW school curriculum, a Melbourne private school apologises for students' sexist chant.
 
Mining stocks drove the Australian share market higher after solid gains on Wall Street.
 
Host: Kathryn Robbinson Panel: Ashlee Kearney, Naaman Zhou, Terry Barnes, Annika Smethurst Guest: Gemma McKinnon The panel discusses press freedom, Indigenous recognition, and would you recycle with six bins?
 
Stockland CEO Mark Steinert speaks to Elysse.
 
Bauer Australia CEO Brendon Hill speaks to Elysse.
 
Evan Lucas from InvestSMART speaks to Elysse.
 
The local sharemarket eased back today after a fall on Wall St. That was prompted by weaker than expected economic growth in China - but the Australian dollar held up.
 
The local sharemarket eased back today after a fall on Wall St. That was prompted by weaker than expected economic growth in China - but the Australian dollar held up.
 
Astrophysicist and space exploration expert Clare Kenyon says the world's first all-female spacewalk pushes the limits both for gender equality and space technology.By Yvonne Yong.
 
Guy Debelle says the construction slump In Australia is going to shave one percentage point off growth for next year, a prediction echoed by the IMF this week. ANZ senior economist Felicity Emmett speaks to Rachel about this, and China’s weaker than expected growthBy Rachel Pupazzoni.
 
Guy Debelle says the construction slump In Australia is going to shave one percentage point off growth for next year, a prediction echoed by the IMF this week. ANZ senior economist Felicity Emmett speaks to Rachel about this, and China’s weaker than expected growthBy Rachel Pupazzoni.
 
Guy Debelle says the construction slump In Australia is going to shave one percentage point off growth for next year, a prediction echoed by the IMF this week. ANZ senior economist Felicity Emmett speaks to Rachel about this, and China’s weaker than expected growthBy Rachel Pupazzoni.
 
Australian stocks are down today - how much is the Brexit showdown weighing on money markets? Rachel speaks to Kyle Rodda from IG.By Rachel Pupazzoni.
 
Australian stocks are down today - how much is the Brexit showdown weighing on money markets? Rachel speaks to Kyle Rodda from IG.By Rachel Pupazzoni.
 
Australian stocks are down today - how much is the Brexit showdown weighing on money markets? Rachel speaks to Kyle Rodda from IG.By Rachel Pupazzoni.
 
Australia's fin-tech sector is on a growth spurt as companies move in on the bank's traditional turf. These new players are bringing competition, but regulators say the fin-techs have to play by the rules.By Daniel Ziffer.
 
Australia's fin-tech sector is on a growth spurt as companies move in on the bank's traditional turf. These new players are bringing competition, but regulators say the fin-techs have to play by the rules.By Daniel Ziffer.
 
Australia's fin-tech sector is on a growth spurt as companies move in on the bank's traditional turf. These new players are bringing competition, but regulators say the fin-techs have to play by the rules.By Daniel Ziffer.
 
Host: Ellen Fanning Panel: Christine Forster, Greig Pickhaver, Mitch Alexander and Nareen Young Guests: Matt Bevan A ceasefire or temporary pause? The Drum discusses the latest developments in Syria.
 
The Reserve Bank Governor, speaking at the IMF's annual meeting in Washington, has signalled that he's not in a hurry to cut rates further.
 
The Reserve Bank Governor, speaking at the IMF's annual meeting in Washington, has signalled that he's not in a hurry to cut rates further.
 
David Campbell is an actor, television presenter, and recording artist whose career has taken him to the stages of Broadway and beyond. Raised by his grandmother, his life changed forever when he was 10, and he was told his father was a rock star. He speaks to Melanie Tait about his childhood, his work, and his family.…
 
Food. It's more than just calories — it forms the very basis of our culture and community. The God Forbid panel discusses everything from fasting to feasting, chickpeas to cannibalism.
 
UK Labour leader in European Parliament Richard Corbett says the latest Brexit agreement between the UK and the EU is bad for all parties involved.By Beverley O'Connor.
 
There has been some good news for the RBA with unemployment ticking down slightly last month but underemployment and stagnant wages remain stubborn problems.There is one successful mattress maker and exporter who says they're not taking it lying down. The company has found paying its workers over the odds wages delivers loyalty and a healthier ...…
 
There has been some good news for the RBA with unemployment ticking down slightly last month but underemployment and stagnant wages remain stubborn problems.There is one successful mattress maker and exporter who says they're not taking it lying down. The company has found paying its workers over the odds wages delivers loyalty and a healthier ...…
 
There has been some good news for the RBA with unemployment ticking down slightly last month but underemployment and stagnant wages remain stubborn problems.There is one successful mattress maker and exporter who says they're not taking it lying down. The company has found paying its workers over the odds wages delivers loyalty and a healthier ...…
 
Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans has told The Business that the RBA's target rate for unemployment of 4.5% is unrealistic and it won't happen. He believes the RBA will only cut interest rates once more before starting on more unconventional ways to pump money into the economy.By Elysse Morgan.
 
Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans has told The Business that the RBA's target rate for unemployment of 4.5% is unrealistic and it won't happen. He believes the RBA will only cut interest rates once more before starting on more unconventional ways to pump money into the economy.By Elysse Morgan.
 
Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans has told The Business that the RBA's target rate for unemployment of 4.5% is unrealistic and it won't happen. He believes the RBA will only cut interest rates once more before starting on more unconventional ways to pump money into the economy.By Elysse Morgan.
 
The Australian dollar saw a fair bit of trade on the back of the jobs figures. Julia Lee from Burman Invest speaks to Elysse.By Elysse Morgan.
 
The Australian dollar saw a fair bit of trade on the back of the jobs figures. Julia Lee from Burman Invest speaks to Elysse.By Elysse Morgan.
 
The Australian dollar saw a fair bit of trade on the back of the jobs figures. Julia Lee from Burman Invest speaks to Elysse.By Elysse Morgan.
 
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