Himalayan heartbreak... and synthetic cannabis goes out...10/19/14
Get the latest on the Himalayan blizzard tragedy. Plus find out why synthetic cannabis has gone out of style. New research shows the number of users has halved in just one year.
Should we shirtfront Ebola? ...and will conscious clubbing save us (Fri...
FRIDAY SHAKEUP: Ebola, preppers, shirtfronts, conscious clubbing. GUESTS: Christiaan Van Vurren - Bondi Hipsters and Liz Cambage - Australian Basketballer.
60 days to stop Ebola...and are you prepped (for the end of the world)?...
Meet an Australian doomsday prepper. Is he mad or are you complacent? Meanwhile ebola edges closer to a global catastrophe Australian pollies argue about what to do.
Pre-work raving, sponsored high schools, free egg freezing (Wed 15 Oct)
Is a sober pre-work dance party a dorky fad or could it break the link between drinking and dancing? Plus Apple and Facebook are offering free egg freezing! ...and corporate sponsored schools are on their way.
Secret apps stalking you, changing church, Pistorius may avoid jail...
Find out about secret apps used by stalkers. Make sure your phone's spy free. Listen up 'unmarried couples' and 'homosexuals' the Catholic Church might be a changing. Plus... could Pistorius avoid jail time?
Why Turkey won't fight IS, Australia's ebola plan, exam secrets (Mon 13...
Find out why Turkey aren't jumping in to save a key border town from the Islamic State. What's the plan if someone contracts ebola in Australia? Plus... Year 12 exam survival tips.
360 and Leisel Jones on the Friday Shakeup (Fri 10 Oct)
Day #5 Mental Health: Rapper 360 and Olympian Leisel Jones talk mental health, body image and substance abuse.
How honest can you be about your mental health at work? (Thurs 9 Oct)
Day #4 Mental Health: Can you talk to your boss about your mental health? ...and should all workplaces have mental health days?
The extreme end of a breakdown (Wed 8 Oct)
Day #3 Mental Health: being handcuffed by police because you're having a mental breakdown sounds like something from the 60's. But as you'll hear it can save lives.
To medicate or not? (Tues 7 Oct)
Day #2 Mental Health: are we over-prescribing mental health medication in Australia? How do you find the right treatment for you? ...and is Electroconvulsive Therapy as scary as it sounds?
How do you know if you have a mental illness? ...and how to stay...
Day #1 Mental Health: We look at the most common mental illnesses and how you know if you have one. Plus party animals listen up... find out why good sleep improves your mental state.
FRIDAY SHAKEUP: Air strikes, the burqa, end of the world (Fri 3 Oct)
Today the Prime Minister Tony Abbott announces airstrikes in Iraq. The Brownwyn Bishop burqa debate. Cheezels... and the end of sport! Guests: Channel 10 political reporter - Matt Moran and Rebecca Kay - Western Sydney Muslim and community activist.
The Environment Minister live and taking your questions (Thurs 2 Oct)
With questions over our carbon commitment, renewable energy and dredging... there are loads of questions to ask the Environment Minister Greg Hunt. Here he is. Plus we challenge MP Ewan Jones to clarify his dole comments.
Ban the burka?
Today the Prime Minister said he finds burkas "confronting" and said he wishes they weren't worn here, but that it's a free country. Hack speaks to a woman who wears the niqab who says she finds Tony Abbott's speedos confronting.
New terror raid, cheezel eating dole bludgers, meet a real life dragon...
Get the latest on this morning's terror raids. Meet the MP trying to keep you off the cheezels and the x-box. Plus meet two dragons as we welcome you to the world of Therians.
Would you fight Ebola in Africa, tax avoidance and tear gas in Hong...
Would you travel to Africa to fight Ebola? Julie Bishop says no to on-ground support at this stage. Get the latest from the violence on Hong Kong streets. Plus which companies are paying a lower tax rate than you.
SHAKEUP: Cambodia deal, terror terror, end of food (Fri 26 Sept)
FRIDAY SHAKEUP: what should we learn from Numan Haider tragedy? We analyse the Aus-Cambodia refugee deal. Plus is soylent is laziness gone wild? GUESTS: Khaled Khalafalla - comedian AND Bridie Jabour - Guardian Australia reporter.
Numan Haider: what could've been done differently (Thurs 25 Sept)
The more we learn about Haider's life and death the more questions there are about what could've been done to save him. Plus we find out first hand how police are reacting.
Find out how Numan Haider became radicalised. Plus, ice life ban (Wed...
Numan Haider was shot after stabbing two police officers in Melbourne. Last year he was on a Muslim youth camp with our guest Mohammad Ibrahim. Plus... the Melbourne Club that's put a lifetime ban on ice users.
The end of food as we know it? Plus the US bomb Syria (Tues 23 Sept)
Nathan has been living on a powdered substance called Soylent for two months. Is the US trend taking off here... and is it the end of food as we know it? Plus... the US have begun bombing inside Syria.
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