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Each week, host Wil Anderson will be joined by regulars Todd Sampson and Russel Howcroft, along with some of Australia's smartest communications experts. They will take us inside the persuasion business and explain why the world appears, not as it really is, but as others want us to see it. Why everything is spin, branding, advertising and image control.
Arts
In this one-hour documentary we celebrate the history of Australian food through the recollections of Australian food legend Margaret Fulton, a pioneer of the Australian kitchen. From the meat and three veg of the 1940's and 50's, to the pasta of the 60's, the fondue of the 70's, the salmon mousse of the 80's, to the generation of Australian chef's that have changed the world's taste buds forever.
Arts
Six ambitious young Aussie actors embark on one of the toughest journeys of their lives with a clear challenge in mind --- to score a TV role in Hollywood.
Entertainment
Join us for two hours of Australia's favourite chart hits each Saturday morning.
Entertainment
Two hours of the best new release music loved by Australians programmed by rage, each Sunday morning.
Arts
In May 2011 the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) turns 150. To celebrate, Hannah Gadsby, comedian and self-confessed art lover, is off on a rollicking historical ride through its collection.
Arts
This special is a salute to one of Australia's publishing icons. Marking the 20th anniversary of her very first publication, the one and only Di Morrissey catches up with Australian journalist, publisher and literary enthusiast Jennifer Byrne.
Arts
Legendary British author Ian McEwan sits down with Australian journalist, publisher and literary enthusiast Jennifer Byrne in London and talks with her about everything from his childhood to his difficult writing process.
Arts
Margaret Atwood is a Canadian novelist, essayist, critic and activist, and one of the most heavily awarded writers of recent times. In this interview, recorded at Perth Writers Festival, Australian journalist, publisher and literary enthusiast Jennifer Byrne speaks with Margaret about her unconventional upbringing and her most influential work.
Arts
Leo Schofield is a prominent figure in Australian public life. In this series Leo interviews prominant Australian and international personalities in the arts.
Arts
Mask And Memory is a new documentary about the man many regard as the greatest Australian painter of the 20th century - Sidney Nolan.
Arts
In this series presented by Sunday Lights, Peter Thompson interviews Philip Noyce, his brother Jack Thompson, David Caesar, Eric Bana, Claudia Karvan, Gillian Armstrong, Rolf de Heer and Bud Tingwell.
Arts
Somehow John Bell, a shy kid with stutter, become a great Australian actor and bold director. Inspired at the age of 15 by the "vulgarity, bloodthirstiness and great lyricism" of Shakespeare, his name has been back-to-back with the bard's for over 20 years now at the Bell Shakespeare Company.
Arts
Kerry Armstrong widely known and loved for her roles in productions like SeaChange, MDA, Lantana and Bed Of Roses talks to host Peter Thompson.
Arts
Aussie music legend Michael Gudinski, talks about his extraordinary career in Sunday Lights Talking Heads today.
Arts
On the verge of international recognition, 28 year old Simon Stone is a theatre director, writer and actor to watch. The Talented Mr Stone captures Simon's fearless energy while he's still working in Australia.
Arts
Sunday Lights presents Yamaji Man - an intimate portrait of a proud and powerful man. Born to a Yamaji woman from Western Australia and an Irish Catholic father, Mark Atkin grew up in two worlds, never truely at home in either. An inspirational didgeridoo player, we join him on tour in New York where he has been performing and working with Philip Glass.
Arts
With not a lot of time on their side, three sprightly Aussie centenarians are still in hot pursuit of some big dreams. They may have all been late starters, but they are certainly strong finishers.
Entertainment
The Gruen Transfer is hosted by the inimitable Wil Anderson, who picks apart the seams of advertising with the extraordinary Russel Howcroft and Todd Sampson, ably supported by our rotating panel of Dan Gregory, Dee Madigan, Jeremy Nicholas, Bridget Taylor, Jane Caro, Rowan Dean and Carolyn Miller.
Arts
Sunday Lights presents Waleed Aly's discussion on age and wisdom. Waleed is in very wise company tonight. Joining him are Australian living legend and the man of many kaftans, Kamahl; swinging 60s wild child and 80s fashion icon, Jenny Kee; The "Cool Daddy" of Australian music, Ross Wilson; Broadcaster, satirist and woman of the world, Libbi Gorr and Chinese-Australian and self proclaimed "gaysian" writer Ben Law.
Children
After spending a year studying together in Singapore, three teenage girls; Ally, from Australia, Emma from Germany and Jackie, a Singaporean local face the sad reality that they are about to split up as Ally and Emma must head back to their home countries. To their delight and amazement though, the girls accidentally discover that their mobile phones and computers can combine to physically transport them via a "chatroom" into each other's houses. It's not all fun and games though as their exploits in cyber space also prove to be dangerous. The risk of being stuck on the wrong side of the world, or never being able to return home from cyber space, constantly looms over their heads.
Children
Come play with B1 and B2, the mischievous Rat-in-A-Hat, and the three teddy bears: Amy, Lulu and Morgan
Children
Come play with B1 and B2, the mischievous Rat-in-A-Hat, and the three teddy bears: Amy, Lulu and Morgan
Children
It's the perfect place - crystal clear water and long sunny days. It's Blue Water Beach but the locals call it 'Heaven'. Bang in the middle is a surf academy where each year seven lucky students are selected for a year long program.
Children
Mike, Pi, Marcello, Bec and Ram are smart, creative but radically different kids who have just scored part-time jobs testing prototype computer games. It's a blast, but it's not just computer programs that are being tested - loyalties, friendships and values are also on the line in the funny, compelling world that is the Crash Zone.
Children
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
Children
The All Aboard five day series creates opportunities for preschoolers to extend their knowledge about trains as a form of transport which is achieved through role play, painting, singing and cooking activities.
Children
In this five day series children will learn about babies and their growing stages through songs, stories, films and creative play.
Children
'In The Wild', this five day series encourages a spirit of adventure as young children and their families are invited to share in a series of exciting escapades with the toys and presenters.
Children
During this week day series, we explore the theme of dinosaurs. Presenters Alex, Leah, Simon and Rachael will enthral preschoolers with stories, songs and craft projects inspired by dinosaurs.
Children
This new children's drama series gives the traditional superhero genre a new spin. Amazing Extraordinary Friends is the story of an ordinary boy who discovers the power to be extraordinary. 15-year-old Ben Wilson is an average kid whose life changes dramatically when he discovers a mysterious insignia that endows him with amazing powers as Captain X. With the help of a retired superhero sidekick known as The Green Termite and best friend Roy Bottle (alias NightLite), Ben sets out to unite the world's few remaining superheroes under one common banner: The Amazing Extraordinary Friends.
Children
Amazing Extraordinary Friends is the story of an ordinary boy who discovers the power to be extraordinary. 15-year-old Ben Wilson is an average kid whose life changes dramatically when he discovers a mysterious insignia that endows him with amazing powers as Captain X. With the help of a retired superhero sidekick known as The Green Termite and best friend Roy Bottle (alias NightLite), Ben sets out to unite the world's few remaining superheroes under one common banner: The Amazing Extraordinary Friends.
Children
Puppets Fi-Be and Benji welcome you to The Amazing House , where exciting things are always happening. Through a magical mixture of fun and adventure, children are taken on a journey exploring words that start with a particular letter sound.
Children
It's Lights, Camera, Action, Wiggles! The Wiggles have made television for children in their own unique way full of fun, music and entertainment transmitted from their very own pretend Network Wiggles.
Children
The WotWots are two small fluffy aliens, a brother and sister, who come to explore planet Earth in their steam powered spaceship.
Documentary
Many say Singapore has the best education system in the world. A Quiet Revolution follows the inspiring stories of two Singaporean school children facing the highest stakes exam of their lives - the primary school leaving exam, or PSLE.
Documentary
This colourful six-part series uncovers the hidden past of Australia's most iconic houses. It provides a fascinating social history of Australia through the evolution of our houses and how the Aussie home has shaped the lives and cultures of present day. Each episode focuses on different styles of buildings and the people who inhabited them.
Documentary
This series asks, are we living through the beginning of the end of the West's ascendancy? Once so dominant, the economies of the United States and Europe are now facing the real prospect of being overtaken by China within a generation.
Documentary
Dirty Business tells the extraordinary roller coaster story of how mining made Australia - A century and a half long saga full of heroes and villains, triumph and failure, hope and despair.
Documentary
In GREAT SOUTHERN LAND professor Steve Simpson takes viewers on a unique journey across Australia, looking at our mysterious island continent from a truly revealing perspective - above. As we take to the skies with Steve we uncover the otherwise hidden patterns, networks and systems that keep us on the move, fed, alive and thriving.
Documentary
In Hong Kong and Macau four gamblers take us on a journey into the world of winners and losers created by a culture of speculation, addiction and debt. Gambling has long been part of Chinese life, but, with a society increasingly divided by rich and poor, an obsession with winning easy money has intensified, with more and more people pinning their hopes on games of luck and fortune. Through personal stories High/Low reveals an emotional search for belief and identity in money-centric modern China.
Documentary
Australian comedian Judith Lucy grew up so heavily Catholic that she wanted to become a nun... By the time she left school, she was a committed atheist. Now she's convinced there must be something in between those two extremes... She just doesn't have a clue what it is. Join her on her quest to discover something to believe in, when Judith Lucy's Spiritual Journey starts.
Documentary
The story of the Forgotten Battle in the Forgotten War: how a small band of Australians, Canadians and New Zealanders in Korea gave up their Anzac Day barbecue to stop the Seoul-bound Chinese Army in its tracks. It is one of the most significant battles in Australia's military history - and the least acknowledged.
Documentary
In history docs tonight Lessons of the Blood investigates the tragic legacy of Japan's biological warfare program of past.
Documentary
Eddie Koiki Mabo became one of the most recognisable names in Australia after he won a case of land ownership against the Australian Government in the high court of Australia in 1992. Commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the MABO decision and through the eyes of those who loved him most we discover who was Eddie Mabo away from the courts, away from the headlines, who was the man that would make history and become one of the most controversial Australian figures of the twentieth century.
Documentary
What are the secrets to a happy relationship? Great sex? Never arguing? Keeping peace with the in-laws? With one in three Australian marriages ending in divorce, finding the answers is more urgent than ever. During the course of this series, four ordinary couples are pushed to their emotional limits - and beyond. As long buried resentments come to the surface, and entrenched behaviours are challenged, will the couples succeed in their goal of a happier relationship?
Documentary
For thousands of years, they lay dormant in the soil until suddenly, rare earth metals became the driving force behind a technical revolution. Smart phones, laptops, touch screens, wind turbines, hybrid vehicles: they all need rare earths. Among the first to recognize this were the Chinese and today China mines an incredible 97% of all rare earth minerals extracted worldwide. Follow researchers as they drill for new deposits and see how they try and find new, more environmentally friendly ways of processing the materials.
Documentary
Tonight's history doc uncovers the intriguing existance of an ancient Roman city in China, Rome: The Lost City of China. Here, some villagers' rusty yellow hair and Caucasian features have intrigued neighbours, historians and not least, the villagers themselves. Some modern scholars believe Li-jien is today's ZhelaiZhai, and that the villagers' ancestors are none other than Rome's missing legionnaires.
Documentary
Recruits: Paramedics follows the journey of everyday people setting out to achieve a lifelong ambition to become a paramedic. New recruits must first survive eight grueling weeks of medical theory and assessment at Paramedic College. Many have no medical background ... they arrive with nothing more than an overpowering motivation to save lives. But this is a journey and a career that will also transform their own lives.
Documentary
This landmark series tells the story of a civilisation that is older than history - a land of a billion people, 400 languages and 33 million gods. Everything you've heard about India is true - and more. India is poised to become the next superpower and the reasons lie not just in the present but in the past. As the brief heyday of the West comes to a close, the big players in history are coming again - the players whose creativity goes back not merely decades, but thousands of years. The Indians created empires that ruled half the world, empires with unforgettable human stories that left stupendous monuments from the Taj Mahal to the giant temples of South India.
Documentary
Well-known Australians Shaun Micallef, Kerry O'Brien, Melissa George, Vince Colosimo, John Wood and Michael O'Loughlin play detective as they go in search of their family history, revealing secrets from the past.
Drama
Hold on as you watch the thrilling next series of City Homicide. As long as there's greed and lust and passion, there's murder. Join Dective Senior Constables Jennifer Mapplethorpe (Nadine Gardner) and Duncan Freedman (Aaron Pedersen) and their colleagues here on Australia Network, bringing you the best of Australian drama.
Drama
Cloudstreet is set in and around Perth, Western Australia during the stylish 40s and 50s. Cloudstreet tells the story of two rural families who suffer separate catastrophes and flee to the city to pick up the pieces of their lives and start again. Brought together in the same house at No.1 Cloud Street, the Lambs and the Pickles' share numerous tragedies and triumphs that draw them closer together, until the roof over their heads becomes a home for their hearts.
Drama
Examines the lives, loves, drama and heartache of the residents of Summer Bay.
Drama
This series of Love Patrol a box of impounded marijuana disappears from the police station, a businessman seeks help from a corrupt politician to sell guns plus the rape of a politician's wife.
Drama
Offspring, the exuberant drama set in Melbourne's Fitzroy, centres on Nina Proudman (Asher Keddie). The story follows Nina's struggle to deal with her fabulously messy family, her hunt for a decent love life and her tendency to over-think and fly off into fantasy.
Drama
Is there ever a happy ever after? Nina wonders this in season 3 of loveable Aussie drama Offspring.
Drama
As the season begins, Nina (Asher Keddie) is 12 weeks pregnant to partner, anesthetist Patrick Reid (Matthew Le Nevez). Having recovered from the initial shock of their surprise pregnancy, Nina embarks on a mission to perfect all areas of her life before the baby arrives. But Nina's desire for perfection is quickly disrupted by complications at work, and the bedlam created by the ever-expanding Proudman family.
Drama
Meet the Rafters, an Australian family everyone can relate to. Starring Rebecca Gibney, Erik Thompson and Michael Caton.
Drama
Meet the Rafters, an Australian family everyone can relate to. Starring Rebecca Gibney, Erik Thompson and Michael Caton.
Drama
Meet the Rafters, an Australian family everyone can relate to. Starring Rebecca Gibney, Erik Thompson and Michael Caton.
Drama
Country vet Kate McDonald is battling to keep her community afloat in the face of an unrelenting drought. Forced by necessity Kate hires a new veterinary assistant Jill Blake.
Drama
Since we last met our hero, Criminal Barrister Cleaver Greene, we wish we could write that he has found the road to Damascus instead of the road to perdition; that he has learned to love wisely instead of too often and that going another A$ 25,000 into debt to back a "sure thing" nag at the races paid off. The horse didn't even finish the race. Sadly, that epi-centre of chaos otherwise known as Cleaver Greene has learned nothing in this time and hasn't changed a bit. If anything, he's a little worse. Like any genuine addict, Cleaver is on a constant search for higher highs and faster rushes. In season two of Rake starring Richard Roxburgh, the bar gets even lower!
Drama
Six extraordinary stories one unmissable Australian drama series. Redfern Now is the first drama series written, directed and produced by Indigenous Australians. The highly celebrated and multi award winning drama of 2012. The critically acclaimed Redfern Now returns for another extraordinary season.
Drama
This season sees RUSH cover a bigger story arc across the thirteen episodes, kicking of from a game-changing incident in episode one - the assassination of the police minister. This sparks the formation of a major crime taskforce, with TR the tactical component of the investigation.
Drama
Set in Ballarat in 1959, Dr Lucien Blake has returned home after decades away to take over the country practice from his dying father. A former Army Medical Officer and POW, Dr Blake is both a GP and the town's police surgeon, which means he often finds himself investigating deaths ­‐ both natural and unnatural. He is haunted by the horrors of wars, his incarceration in Thailand's infamous Ban Pong POW camp and his own personal loss. Everyone trusts the doctor. They tell him everything. And he has a dammed good nose for things left unsaid.
Drama
Set among the turquoise waters and lethal wildlife of Australia's Far North Queensland and the Torres Strait, The Straits is an exotic, darkly humorous crime drama. The Montebellos are not your average Australian family. Modern day smugglers, their family business is transporting drugs into Australia and guns and exotic wildlife out, making use of ties of blood and loyalty in the Torres Strait Islands.
Education/Knowledge
Behind the News is a high-energy, fun way for upper primary and secondary students to learn about current issues and events in their world.
English Learning
English Bites is an informative and entertaining way to improve your knowledge of the English language.
Education/Knowledge
Join passionate gamers Hex, Bajo, Goose and Darren the robot, for the latest and greatest gaming news and events, top gaming tips, reviews and more.
English Learning
Living English is for the English language learner at a beginner, or near beginner level. It can also be used by people who wish to revise their basic English skills.
Education/Knowledge
Get ready for the rush as the adrenalin pumps through your body in this fast-paced blur of action sports and urban culture. Rush TV will profile the most prolific people in the world of action sports including snowboarding, bmx, skating, surfing and motocross.
Education/Knowledge
Hosted by CSIRO's zany and energetic scientist, Dr Robert Bell, and joined by a hand-picked team of junior scientists, SCOPE looks at the world from a child's point-of-view.
English Learning
Test your English reading, writing, listening and speaking skills with the help of this new series from the producers of Nexus and pass your IELTS test with ease!
Education/Knowledge
Hosted by Ben Crawley, contestants aged between 12-15 years are placed in two teams of three to battle it out during four rounds of general knowledge questions in the hope of winning the What Do You Know? trophy.
Factual
Welcome to Agony Uncles - where some of Australia's funniest and wisest celebrity gents put their reputations on the line to tell you what it's really like to be single, cohabitate, marry, divorce and then be single again in the 21st century.
Factual
Bench to Bedside tells the inspirational stories of people and animals living with serious illnesses and the incredible biomedical research that could save their lives. Bench to Bedside is about true stories, real diseases and high stakes. It is the riveting place where science meets reality TV.
Factual
At Catalyst we know that science is a dynamic force for change. Each week Catalyst brings you stories from Australia and around the world. Our passion to meet scientists at the forefront of discovery is matched by our fascination with science breakthroughs however big or small. Science changes all our lives. For better or worse, we are committed to showing you what our future holds.
Factual
A two-part special investigating how justice is delivered to some of the most remote communities in Australia.
Factual
Every day in Australia over 40 000 patients are in hospital. While medicine tends their bodies, hospital chaplains tend their souls. Follow the chaplains' journeys alongside the patients and families at three major hospitals. Our chaplains are Catholic, Protestant, Muslim, Jewish and Buddhist. Regardless of their faith, they all meet the same challenges - to help makes sense of the mystery of illness, pain, suffering and despair. This series offers a unique and never-been-seen perspective on the daily life and death drama of hospital life.
Factual
My Australia shows young people from our region experiencing the real Australia.
Factual
Astari from Indonesia has always dreamed of opening her own business. After living and working in Adelaide for a few years, with the help of her family and friends, she follows her dream of opening an Indonesian Restaurant. Open For Business tells the highs and lows of her journey.
Factual
Dr Norman Swan leads a team of reporters who cover all aspects of health, from lifestyle to complementary medicines to the most recent medical discoveries.
Factual Entertainment
Keeping audiences up with the times of the world's trendiest cosmopolitan cities, including Shanghai, New York, Tokyo and London; Cosmo Times aims to reveal some of the innate cultural differences that make these cities unique.
Factual Entertainment
Good Game is a program by gamers for gamers. Each week it will be jam-packed with the latest gaming news and events, top gaming tips, reviews and interviews with game developers and the people behind the scenes.
Factual Entertainment
Each week one of Australia's most respected political commentators - Annabel Crabb - takes a plate and leads us into the homes and hearts of some of our most notable and engaging politicians. She sits down and talks food, recipes and carbon tax with MPs from both sides of the fence.
Factual Entertainment
This weekly interview program is hosted by Jane Hutcheon with contributors from around the world. One Plus One talks to news-makers and news-breakers for the stories behind the news.
Lifestyle
Former rock'n'roll drummer and raconteur Geoff 'Coxy' Cox and his team of intrepid reporters present fun-filled adventures from stunning destinations across Australia and around the world.
Lifestyle
In each episode of Food Safari, Maeve O'Meara visits a different cuisine, taking you into kitchens and restaurants across Australia to learn new recipes from hatted chefs and passionate home cooks alike.
Lifestyle
This series of Food Safari is a delicious journey featuring some of the best food on earth as we travel the culinary "road less travelled" with cuisines ranging from Lao to Cypriot, Danish to South African, plus Australia's own Creole cuisines in Broome and Darwin.
Lifestyle
Former food critic Matthew Evans has chucked in his city life for a taste of some small farm living in Tasmania; that heart-shaped island somewhere down the bottom of Australia. This series plots the new trajectory of Matthew's life: from living in Australia's biggest and busiest city to a country life in an isolated part of the island state. He's eager to seriously put to the test his primary belief that we should all be directly connected with our food - either by growing it or rearing it ourselves, or sourcing it from local producers.
Lifestyle
Poh steps out of her comfort zone and pulls up her sleeves to lend a hand to people who are using cooking to help heal, inspire and change lives. Travelling both home and abroad her eyes are thrown wide open as Poh sees for herself how food can help get people's lives back on track.
Current Affairs
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation's flagship current affairs program led by Sarah Ferguson, one of Australia's most respected journalists.
News
Start the day with quality news and analysis on ABC News Breakfast hosted by Michael Rowland, Virginia Trioli and Beverley O'Connor. Paul Kennedy brings you the latest from the sporting world and Vanessa O'Hanlon provides comprehensive coverage of the weather.
Current Affairs
Big Ideas brings you the best of talks, forums, debates, and festivals held in Australia and around the world. From major public speeches to intimate bookshop conversations, Big Ideas puts you in the front row.
Current Affairs
From the latest company reports to the issues facing Asian economies and expert analysis of market trends, host Whitney Fitzsimmons gives a full wrap of business and finance news from across the Asia Pacific region.
Current Affairs
Dateline is a multi-award winning international current affairs program from SBS Australia, presented by Anjali Rao.
Current Affairs
Expert insights of Australia's leading business, finance and investment commentators from The Australian Financial Review, hosted by Deborah Knight.
Current Affairs
Foreign Correspondent reports on major international issues but it also travels to places where reporters and camera operators are less welcome - investigating stories that governments don't want told.
Current Affairs
Australia Network's Cutting Edge slot presents the best of ABC's Four Corners. Four Corners is investigative journalism at its best.
Current Affairs
2014 marks the 99th anniversary of the action by Australian, New Zealand and other Commonwealth troops at Gallipoli in 1915. Join us for the Anzac Day Dawn Service live from Gallipoli.
Current Affairs
Peter Wilkins presents the latest sports news, features and discussion with contributions from the ABC's popular radio and television sporting commentators and leading sports figures.
Current Affairs
Hosted by Barrie Cassidy, Insiders is a fast-moving treatment of Australian national affairs with interviews, discussion, and analysis.
Current Affairs
Insight is Australia's leading forum for debate and powerful first person stories. Each week, Gold Walkley award-winning journalist Jenny Brockie hosts a lively conversation and dives deep into a single topic. We bring together surprising and unpredictable guests: people with first-hand experience of the issue as well as experts and those with strong opinions.
Current Affairs
ABC's rural affairs program which has a weekly round up of commodities, rainfall reports and rural stories which reflect life on the land in Australia.
Current Affairs
Australia's national rural program, with reports from around the country on rural and urban issues. Presented by Pip Courtney.
Current Affairs
A nightly news analysis program bringing you up-to-the-minute coverage of Australian and international news and events. Hosted by Tony Jones and Emma Alberici.
News
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
News
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
Current Affairs
A show for anyone who's serious about sport, Offsiders will provide challenging, insightful, humorous debate about the topic that dominates weekends - sport. Hosted by Gerard Whateley.
Current Affairs
Energetic and opinionated, Q&A brings Australia's egalitarian and larrikin spirit to current affairs as a panel of politicians and key opinion makers debate the hot issues of the week.
Current Affairs
The most important regional stories from the Australian state bureaus reported by flagship current affairs program 7.30.
Current Affairs
Business journalist Ticky Fullerton takes a detailed look at the day's business and finance news, with the latest trends on international share and currency markets.
Current Affairs
The ABC's environment reporter Sarah Clarke, takes a look at the latest green issues and stories affecting the planet.
Current Affairs
The ABC's medical reporter Sophie Scott takes a look at the latest issues in health and wellbeing.
Current Affairs
Jake Sturmer explores the latest developments in the world of technology.
News
Zoe Daniel and Jim Middleton bring you a complete snapshot of the day's international news and current affairs, with reports from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's network of international correspondents, plus insights from special guests.
Current Affairs
A review of the ABC's best international news stories.
Current Affairs
The ANZAC Day Dawn Memorial Service, live from Villers-Bretonneux, France.
News
ABC News 24 weekend breakfast, hosted by Andrew Geoghegan and Miriam Corowa, rounds up the latest news, current affairs and sport as it breaks.
Sport
The official Asia Pacific Championship for the distance, and is one of only three regional championships in the world. The race is held around Auckland's iconic waterfront with the swim in the Viaduct Harbour, bike over the Auckland Harbour Bridge and the run to the finish at the Viaduct Events Centre.
Sport
This program features highlights from the action packed previous week of the Australian Football League.
Sport
Catch all the action from the Australian Football League's 2014 premiership season.
Sport
Comprehensive highlights and a recap of every goal from the completed round with expert analysis of the key plays and deciding moments in each clash, including Goal of the Round and Save of the Week.
Sport
Football Asia features the total coverage of AFC related events, Asian Cup Qualifiers and updates on Leagues from the region including J-League, K-League, A-League and Chinese Super League; Plus feature interviews with football stars.
Sport
Inside Edge is a weekly interview show for ABC News 24. Presented by Angela Pulvirenti, the program features face-to-face interviews with Australian sporting icons, looking back on their experiences both on and off the field.
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