October is Anxiety and Depression Awareness Month10/14/14
This is the month dedicated to information on anxiety and depression. Awareness-raising is done at the national level and many activities are organised by various organizations in October. Among these, the most important is BeyondBlue. We asked Sy...
Another one bites the dust
Alessandro Del Piero scored one and assisted another as Sydney FC enjoyed a 2-0 win over the Newcastle Jets. A record crowd watched the opening round of the A-League, with spectator numbers topping 100,000 for the first time in history. In the...
Nothing new under the sun
Sebastian Vettel triumphs once again in the Suzuka Grand Prix and is ready to celebrate his fourth consecutive championship. Andrea Cremonesi reports from Japan.
Renzi's outburst condemned by PD colleagues
With Monash University researcher, Matteo Vergani, we discuss the latest developments in Italian politics, including Florence Mayor, Matteo Renzi's latest controversial statements that have provoked angry reactions from within his own party.
Bill Shorten, new Labor leader
With our federal politics correspondent, Paul Scutti, we analyse Bill Shorten's narrow victory in the Labor Party leaderhsup race at the expense of Anthony Albanese.
Australia for dummies
This week's guest in our segment dedicated to the new migration from Italy to Australia is Sara Soggia, a young woman from Bologna who has been working in Sydney for a few months as an au pair.
Barilla cooks up trouble with gay community
With journalist Luca Poma, an expert in communication strategy, we talked about the controversial statement (and subsequent retraction) of the owner of the pasta manufacturer about homosexuals.
"Faithful through the centuries"
From 8 to 10 November, the first intercontinental meeting of Carabinieri will be held in Sydney. We spoke with the coordinator of the Association of Carabinieri in Australia, Antonio Bamonte.
This week's conversation with journalist Carlo Gnetti revolves around the migrant crisis in Lampedusa.
One life, one story
Claudio Paroli came to Australia in 1975, where he became a journalist and a TV executive, also working for SBS and Rai International
This week in our segment on bilingualism in the Italian-Australian community we meet an entire family: Leanne Schiavello, Joseph Falsetta and children Scarlett and Anthony.
Vajont anniversary - Part 2
Micaela Colletti, president of the Vajont Survivors Committee, lost most of her family on 9 October 1963, in one the deadliest industrial accidents ever happened.
Vajont anniversary - Part 1
Giovanni De Lorenzi, director of the Vajont Foundation, recalls what happened 50 years ago in the Veneto valley of the same name, where the building of a dam led to a landslide and subsequent tsunami, killing almost 2,000 people.
Columbus and Catalonia
Spain celebrates its national day today, marking Columbuss arrival in the Americas, but the region of Catalonia will voice even louder its desire for independence. We hear from journalist Angelo Attanasio, co-author with Claudia Cucchiarato of 'La...
Upcoming opera singer
Young soprano Christiana Aloneftis, winner of the Acclaim Italian Opera Fellowship - Encouragement Award, will be performing on Saturday 19 October at Uniting Church, Diamond Creek, Melbourne.
"Fuori da un evidente destino", by Giorgio Faletti. A review by Viviana Golding.
Costantini-Carmignani: the debate
Financial analyst Enrico Costantini and economics professor Fabrizio Carmignani take part in the debate on international political and economic issues.
Keys & Notes
In this week's segment Professor Alfredo Luzi analyses "Ave Maria no Morro" an old Italian song recorded my many artists including rock star Zucchero.
Australia here we come!
Migration agent Emanuela Canini answers your questions: the latest changes to medical appointments for Visa applicants and what Australia wants from the new immigrants.
Italian word of the week
The Melbourne University teacher Gregoria Manzin explains the origin of the word "farabutto".
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