AM - Full Program - 01/04/201503/31/15
On Wednesday's program, the head of the first review of Australian competition laws in 20 years, Professor Ian Harper, says the recommended changes will take political courage to implement; Nigerians celebrate the first ever democratic removal of a...
AM - Full Program - 31/03/2015
Today on AM: Momentum appears to growing for changes to the generous superannuation tax concessions but will the broader conversation on tax be comprehensive enough? Lawyers are concerned about the impact of the new data retention laws on client...
AM - Full Program - 29/03/2015
In this special NSW election program: Yesterday NSW voters delivered the Coalition Government a comfortable victory and a second term. Despite an overall swing of 10 per cent to Labor the Government was re-elected with at least 53 seats giving them a...
AM - Full Program - 28/03/2015
On today's AM: The man thought to have deliberately flown an Airbus A320 into a mountainside, killing all 150 on board, shouldn't have been at work on the day of the crash after a torn up medical certificate was discovered at his house; voters in New...
AM - Full Program - 27/03/2015
On Friday's programme, French authorities make the shocking announcement that the co-pilot of Germanwings flight 9525 deliberately crashed it in the Alps; Attorney General George Brandis joined us to discuss the details of metadata retention...
AM - Full Program - 26/03/2015
On Thursday's program, rescue teams are battling treacherous terrain in the French Alps in the search for the second black box of the downed Germanwings flight; Indonesian police are increasingly concerned about links between IS and local terrorist...
AM - Full Program - 25/03/2015
On today's program, a German plane on a routine flight from Barcelona to Dusseldorf has crashed in the French Alps, killing all 150 passengers; Penny Wong says Labor's new plan to ensure submarines are built, maintained and sustained in Australia...
AM - Full Program - 24/03/2015
On today's program: Concern is growing in Indonesia over the number of people attempting to join Islamic State militants to fight in the Middle East; community mental health service providers have written an open letter to the Prime Minister imploring...
AM - Full Program - 23/03/2015
Today on AM: NSW goes to an election this weekend and while electricity privatisation is the central issue the poll will inevitably have implications for Tony Abbott. We speak with the NSW Premier Mike Baird. Concern is growing in the busniess...
AM - Full Program - 21/03/2015
On today's AM: In Sydney's west, Muslim teenagers speak about the Government's plan to combat radicalisation; the Moss review of sexual abuse in Australia's detention centre on Nauru has found evidence of rape, sexual assault of minors and guards...
AM - Full Program - 20/03/2015
On Friday's programme, Radio Rentals derived half of its revenue, or $90 million, directly from Centrelink last year, and half of that was for non essential items; Scott Morrison defends the Government's plans to change pension indexation and accuses...
AM - Full Program - 19/03/2015
On Thursday's program, Gunmen storm a Tunisian museum and kill up to 20, mostly foreign tourists; Finance Minister's Mathias Cormann says he is not involved in discussions about a double dissolution election; activists call on the Government to do...
AM - Full Program - 18/03/2015
On Wednesday's programme, today's the last day for cutting red tape in Parliament, Parliamentary Secretary Christian Porter assures AM the 'boffins' know what they're about; Melbourne researchers develop a vaccine for malaria, which kills 600,000 a...
AM - Full Program - 17/03/2015
Today on AM: The controversial bill to force communications companies to retain metadata for two years is now set to pass through Parliament with amendments protecting journalists sources. We speak to the Attorney-General George Brandis. Some Muslims...
AM - Full Program - 16/03/2015
Today on AM: The Senate is set to reject the Government's second bid to deregulate universities. Senator Jacqui Lambie's says shes so fired up she's preparing to leave her hospital bed to come to Canberra so she can vote against the bill. We talk to...
AM - Full Program - 14/03/2015
Among today's stories on AM: Reports have surfaced of 44 deaths in north-east Vanuatu as category five Cyclone Pam ravages Port Vila; a former Palmer United Party advisor has spoken out over the party's uncertain future, warning that major changes are...
AM - Full Program - 13/03/2015
On Friday's program, Iraqi general Tahssin Ibrahim said that Jake Bihardi's suicide bombing acheived nothing, and pleaded with Australian extremists to think of their families before joining IS; beloved and prolific fantasy writer Terry Pratchett has...
AM - Full Program - 12/03/2015
On today's program, Federal Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion says the WA government's lack of consultation is more worrying about the closure of remote communities than the Prime Minister's unfortunate word choice; but Warren Mundine says he...
AM - Full Program - 11/03/2015
On Wednesday's edition: Widespread indignation after Tony Abbott says living on remote indigenous communities is an inconvenient 'lifestyle' choice that taxpayers shouldn't be expected to subsidise; Philippines police say they will be making more...
AM - Full Program - 08/03/2015
Today on AM: Treasurer Joe Hockey says the Government is prepared to look at ways to make the superannuation system more flexible including the possibility of accessing super savings for home deposits, a 600 page report on MH370 sheds no light on the...
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