February 15th, 2017
On Thursday's program: Despite the blackouts, new figures show renewable energy targets need to be high, if Australia is to meet its international carbon commitments; Donald Trump considers a one-state solution for the Middle East peace process; and fears for the health of Macquarie Harbour in Tasmania after the EPA orders Tassal to destock one...
February 10th, 2017
On Saturday's program: the heatwave in the eastern states continues, while Western Australia braces for more rain and flooding; the US President and the Japanese Prime Minister talk up their strong economic and military ties after a meeting at the White House; and, in his first public appearance since quitting the Liberal party, conservative...
February 6th, 2017
On Tuesday's AM: Where will the likely defection of Cory Bernardi leave the Liberal government; Donald Trump told he won't be welcome to address Britain's houses of parliament; and researchers look at the effects on babies of being born premature.
February 2nd, 2017
On Friday's AM: Donald Trump has done little to clear up confusion around Australia's deal to send refugees from Manus Island and Nauru to the US; the Federal Government opens up its Northern Australia Infrastructure Fund to clean coal; and photographers in Tasmania accuse the state's tourism authority of ripping them off.