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When news breaks, when our world changes, when you need questions answered – or when you need an escape from the headlines – this is where you'll find special, in-depth reporting from ABC News Radio. From hour-long shows covering the COVID-19 pandemic, to thoughtful discussions of politics, to celebrations of the arts. This is audio storytelling at its best, powered by ABC News.
 
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ABC's 20/20 is the primetime news magazine program featuring newsmaker interviews, hard-hitting investigative reports, exclusives, compelling features and medical mysteries.
 
Benjamin Law and Beverley Wang host your end-of-week blitz on what everyone's watching and listening to right now. Featuring big-name interviews that go deep, and big thoughts on pop culture with your two smart friends — this is the show about how everything in your feed reflects – and affects – the world. Culture moves fast — so Stop Everything! and listen in.
 
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This month ABC News is telling stories of strength and resilience, during one of the darkest stretches in this country’s history. We’re calling the series “America Strong.” EJ Becker reports from Kansas City.โดย ABC News
 
On today's show: School of the Air singers go viral, teddy bear bees swarm in the thousands, an asteroid gets a new name, a footballing family kicks goals, and fossil hunters find a walking whale.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What is the name of the School of the Air song?2. Where do Dawsons burrowing bees nest?3. What does '10040' mean in '10040 Ghillar'?4. H…
 
Geoff Thompson follows the dangerous journeys of three Afghan journalists as they attempt to flee the Taliban. Two of them succeed with the help of an Australian man who engineers an escape route for them from his house in Sydney.
 
Brickworks posted a drop in profit compared to last year's result which included a one-off investment gain. Brickworks managing director Lindsay Partridge tells Alicia Barry it could be a touch six months ahead despite strong housing demand.โดย Alicia Barry
 
Disruptions to global supply chains have forced customers and businesses to buy and make more products onshore. While current lockdowns have slowed what was the fastest rate of growth in five years, activity is rising again as restrictions ease.โดย Rachel Pupazzoni
 
The FDA has authorized Pfizer booster shots for millions of Americans, including those 65 and older, anyone with health conditions that put them at greater risk for COVID-19 or frontline workers; There are new images of the search for Brian Laundrie - who remains a person of interest not a suspect - after Gabby Petito’s body was confirmed to be fou…
 
Our awareness of death develops in stages, which can be distressing for young children and that fear of death continues to shape the way we behave in later life, but tapers off as we are closer to dying. Anxiety about death has shaped every aspect in human society, from religion to our use of social media platforms like instagram and TikTok, so how…
 
For decades Australian soccer has operated in the shadow of the other major sporting codes.Despite its immense popularity as a community sport, it's struggled to attract the eyeballs, sponsorship, and the profile of the AFL and the NRL.Almost half of Australia's premier soccer clubs are owned or controlled by foreign entities, raising the question:…
 
Psychologist Adam Grant explains why languishing has become the dominant emotion of 2021. Why we’re still drawn back to our childhood comfort food in adulthood. And how to talk to young children about grief and loss.
 
British rapper, poet and writer, Akala, equates reading and writing to a form of magic. He brings this passion to the page in his debut YA novel, The Dark Lady, about pickpocket Henry, set in the time of Shakespeare's London. Also, The Overthinkers, a debut by a Sydney writing duo and Nick Earls on his heart surgery recovery as well as Empires, his…
 
A bumper edition this week as we meet one of the most prolific filmmakers in the world, Steven Soderbergh, plus French actor, writer & director Mélanie Laurent, and NZ born director Jessica Hobbs who took home an Emmy this week for her work on The Crown.
 
A bumper edition this week as we meet one of the most prolific filmmakers in the world, Steven Soderbergh, plus French actor, writer & director Mélanie Laurent, and NZ born director Jessica Hobbs who took home an Emmy this week for her work on The Crown.
 
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Francesco De Stradis from Ord Minnett about China's Evergrande debt deal and how the market has reacted; plus Sarah Conte talks with 30% Club Australia's Nicola Wakefield Evans on the growing gender diversi
 
The Taliban continues to impose a harsh religious law on Afghanistan, now refusing to allow teenage girls back to school and urging women to stay in their homes. The militant group are now in charge of a sovereign state — but should the international community recognise the regime? Plus, there are laws to protect human rights during war, but do the…
 
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