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ABC News Daily is the podcast that helps you understand the issues affecting your world. Every episode, host Samantha Hawley walks through one story with the help of an ABC colleague or expert in under 15 minutes. When you want coverage you can trust, listen to ABC News Daily.
 
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AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program. With key political interviews and stories about the Australian way of life, AM sets the agenda for the nation’s daily news and current affairs coverage.
 
Download This Show is your weekly guide to the world of media, culture, and technology. From social media to gadgets, streaming services to privacy issues. Each week Marc Fennell and a team of people far smarter than him (his words, not ours) take a fun deep dive into how technology is reshaping our lives.
 
RN Presents is a diverse collection of short series. The current series is Face Value. The cosmetic enhancement industry is booming. Injectables and surgical procedures promise age-defying beauty. But they come with real risks. From anti-wrinkle injections and fillers, to nose jobs and Brazilian Butt Lifts, why are so many people choosing to enhance their appearance?
 
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On today's show, we'll start with a story about an important art prize, before learning about a picture of something mysterious in our skies. Then we'll head to a fashion show featuring clothes for people with disability, and celebrate a special day for our buzziest friend – the bee! Finally, we learn about Tasmania going carbon negative. Quiz Ques…
 
The ABC board is set to introduce an internal ombudsman, replacing the existing system for handling complaints made about programs and content. The recommendation is contained in a report commissioned after the system rejected a complaint about last year's Ghost Train series, which was ultimately found to be valid.…
 
His beautiful voice and remarkable cover versions brought him a devoted following online, but it's his own songs that have turned Teddy Swims into a burgeoning superstar, with a sound that's a throwback to the classic moments of soul.In the Drawing Room, Teddy Swims talks about his path to music and the promises he's made and kept, to himself and t…
 
His beautiful voice and remarkable cover versions brought him a devoted following online, but it's his own songs that have turned Teddy Swims into a burgeoning superstar, with a sound that's a throwback to the classic moments of soul.In the Drawing Room, Teddy Swims talks about his path to music and the promises he's made and kept, to himself and t…
 
Osama Bin Laden’s declassified personal papers and correspondence have prompted a re-evaluation of the infamous terrorist and his reach, power and influence following the 9/11 attacks.From Beirut, Kim Ghattas reports on Lebanon’s election results. Is there is any light at the end of the tunnel for this deeply troubled country?…
 
Happy election eve! We've made it to the end of a gruelling six-week campaign, relatively unscathed...but maybe a little worse for wear! To help unravel the week that was here's Associate Editor and columnist for the Australian Jenna Clarke and Political reporter at Guardian Australia and bulldozer junior, Paul Karp.…
 
In this special election eve episode, Fran Kelly and Patricia Karvelas are joined by SMH's Jacqueline Maley and news.com.au's Samantha Maiden at Sydney Writers Festival.It's been six-weeks of non-stop campaigning from Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese,so what verdict will Australians hand down when they cast their votes? And how much of a role wi…
 
Some WA grain growers who locked in a wheat swap with the CBH Group last year are now being told to buy it back, as rising international wheat prices push growers over their credit limit with the co-op.There haven't been a lot bidding wars going on between the meatworks at the livestock saleyards recently, partly because they're all struggling to f…
 
The decision to get cosmetic enhancement is complicated. It could be triggered by childhood bullying, influenced by social media, or stem from a belief that you’re not good enough.The beauty industry encourages you to tie your self-identity to your appearance. It promises to empower you.In the final episode of Face Value, we delve further into why …
 
You lent a good quality hammer-drill to a good friend. Months later he still hadn't returned the drill and then advised you that he was moving house and could you pick it up. The drill he presented as yours was a much cheaper item of a different brand. In text exchanges you've asked what happened to your drill and received no response or explanatio…
 
Many people who have grown up in Australia with curly or afro hair have been told in schools and workplaces that their hair in its natural form is unacceptable. Some have even had their hair described as “wild”. School students, graduates, business owners and changemakers share their stories of coming to accept their natural hair in a society where…
 
If you're dating today, you are most likely using some kind of dating app, whether you like it or not. But how has this shift in how we find each other changed what dating culture looks like? Which profiles get the most swipes and is it still possible to find the one - if anyone even wants to?
 
After 6 weeks of campaigning, there is just one more sleep before we all have the chance to vote. The Political Editor for news.com.au Samantha Maiden and the host of Insiders on ABC TV David Speers join RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.
 
The latest polls show the federal election narrowing even further, with one putting Labor and the Coalition's primary vote on 34 and 33 respectively.Penny Wong, Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs says it was always going to be a tight election, but the Australian people have a stark choice between more Morrison or a better future.…
 
With around 50% of nursing home residents suffering from malnutrition, a Queensland aged care provider has introduced a unique program that turns mealtimes into an experience. In six months Lutheran Services has seen a 21% drop in the number of clinically diagnosed residents with malnutrition through its Happy Table project.…
 
In his first radio interview since being appointed as PNG Kumuls Head Coach, Stanley Tepend says he intends to put his own stamp on the job, and the door is slammed shut on the Kaiviti Silktails as far as Fiji Bati World Cup selection is concerned.
 
Millions of Australians will head to the ballot box tomorrow, where they could deliver Scott Morrison a second 'miracle' victory, or this time prove opinion polling right and vote in Anthony Albanese. The ABC's election analyst, Antony Green, is usually the first person to call the election result on the night. So how does he do it?Featured: Antony…
 
After a six week election campaign, Australia is off to the polls. Throughout the campaign, the spotlight has not only been on the political aspirants, and the policies of the competing parties and candidates, but also on the performance of the media. In this Editors Election forum, Australia’s top editors to discuss how the media has covered the e…
 
How much say should corporations have in our fundamental rights as a society?And whether or not you agree with the stands they take, are there dangers in letting businesses be in a position to dictate our moral choices?In the Drawing Room, Professor Carl Rhodes discusses his book, Woke Capitalism, and the problems that occur when governments cede t…
 
How much say should corporations have in our fundamental rights as a society?And whether or not you agree with the stands they take, are there dangers in letting businesses be in a position to dictate our moral choices?In the Drawing Room, Professor Carl Rhodes discusses his book, Woke Capitalism, and the problems that occur when governments cede t…
 
We've seen very clearly in this election campaign how transgender rights has become a divisive issue for the Liberal party following the controversial comments by the Liberal candidate for Warringah Katherine Deves.Now some young trans people are working to reclaim the narrative with a new 15-part documentary series, called TransAthletica, that's a…
 
The National Party's Member for Gippsland has defended his decision to remain in the party, despite widely publicised friction with the federal party's leader.Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce is seen as an asset in parts of the country but has been notably absent from others as the party seeks to hold onto Nicholls, one of the safest seats in th…
 
The Opposition has released its election costings, a plan that would see budget deficits increase by $7.4bn over four years.Labor's Shadow Treasurer Jim Chalmers argues that's a modest increase while the Prime Minister Scott Morrison says more restraint is needed.Guest:Katy Gallagher, Shadow Finance Minister…
 
Labor reveals it'll add billions more to government debt than the Coalition in the short term, insisting cuts to waste and mismanagement will eventually repair the budget.The unemployment rate ticks down even further, but it's rising for younger Australians who are fighting for a fair go in the jobs market.Part one of our pre-election policy guide …
 
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