AM - Full Program - 05/10/201510/04/15
On Monday's edition of AM: Police search for 15yo shooters motivation for shooting of police employee, Sussan Ley joins AM to discuss mental health in Australia and how to deal with rise in codeine-related deaths, Dutch MP Geert Wilders' visa wait...
AM - Full Program - 03/10/2015
On Saturday's program: New South Wales police have described the shooting death of one of its civilian employees in Sydney's west yesterday afternoon, as a brutal crime; a British boy has been sentenced to life for his role in a plot that would have...
AM - Full Program - 02/10/2015
On Friday's edition of AM: A shooting in the US state of Oregon at a community college has up to 10 people, including the shooter, reported killed, Josh Frydenberg talks to other countries about energy policy at G20 meeting, Glenn Lazarus buoyed by...
AM - Full Program - 01/10/2015
On Thursday's AM: Scott Morrison discusses the economic possibilities in Australia's future, Russia drops their first bombs on Syria and claim to be targeting Islamic State, how safe is Bali 10 year son from second bombing, Dubbo resident angry about...
AM - Full Program - 30/09/2015
On Wednesday's edition of AM: Australia announces bid to win seat at UN Security Council, Employment Minister welcomes debate about penalty rates, the Australian stock market suffers a huge drop, ACT becomes the first jurisdiction to regulate...
AM - Full Program - 29/09/2015
On Tuesday's AM: Mission Australia say it's time for homelessness to be put back on the political agenda, can Obama and Putin work together to fight IS? Nick Xenophon calls for tougher emissions tests, link found between blood pressure and diabetes,...
AM - Full Program - 28/09/2015
On AM: Western governments consider leaving Syrian president Bashar al Assad in power as they search for a solution to the conflict; almost a third of health spending being wasted, though Labor's Catherine King says a current health services review is...
AM - Full Program - 26/09/2015
On Saturday's program: former prime minister Tony Abbott has left the door open on his political future in his first interview since being removed from his job 13 days ago; Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has had talks with her Egyptian...
AM - Full Program - 25/09/2015
On AM: 717 deaths on the Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia blamed on mismanagement; Pope Francis receives cheers, tears and criticism at his historic US Congress speech, and a spike in calls to the national domestic violence helpline. This is an early...
AM - Full Program - 24/09/2015
On Thursday's program: Al Jazeera reporters Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed have been freed from Tora prison in Cairo after they were among 100 prisoners pardoned by the Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi; Labor MP Jenny Macklin says Malcolm...
AM - Full Program - 23/09/2015
On Wednesday's AM: Peta Credlin, the political advisor some blame for Tony Abbott's political demise, made her first public appearance since her boss's sacking in Sydney last night; Esso Australia has defended its safety record following a fire on one...
AM - Full Program - 22/09/2015
On AM: Ousted prime minister Tony Abbott accuses Treasurer Scott Morrison of 'badly misleading' the Australian public over his role in the coup, the head of Indonesia's counter-terrorism agency warns more Islamic State foreign fighters are about to be...
AM - Full Program - 21/09/2015
With the new federal cabinet to be sworn in today, there's concern that some portfolios, including people with disabilities and mental health, seem to be missing. And Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull speaks to AM about the selection of his new Cabinet...
AM - Full Program - 18/09/2015
On Saturday AM: Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss says he is confident a 'new relationship' with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will be inclusive of his party; Japan passes deeply divisive legislation giving the military new...
AM - Full Program - 18/09/2015
On AM: An official report made to the UNHCR about alleged mistreatment on Nauru; and the tumultuous week of politics comes to an end. This is an early edition of AM. The complete 30 minute edition will be available for download at 9am.
AM - Full Program - 17/09/2015
On today's program, Anthony Albanese says Labor voters won't be turned by Malcolm Turnbull, as there are concerns he's sold out his principles for power; asylum seekers and police clash at the closed Hungarian border, as the influx changes direction...
AM - Full Program - 16/09/2015
On today's program, On day two of Malcolm Turnbull's Prime Ministership, there's anticipation about who will make up the new frontbench and what policy directions the new look Government will take; Attorney-General George Brandis tells AM Malcolm...
AM - Full Program - 15/09/2015
Malcolm Turnbull will today become Australia's 29th Prime Minister. Who is he? What does he stand for? We ask Defence Minister and Abbott loyalist Kevin Andrews how the Liberal party can come together after the leadership coup. And what do voters in a...
AM - Full Program - 14/09/2015
Today on AM: We get the latest from Budapest on the asylum seeker crisis as Germany re-imposes border controls and EU ministers consider their collective response; Indonesian authorities link an Australian man to a sophisticated terrorist funding...
AM - Full Program - 12/09/2015
On Saturday AM: Hungary to begin arresting so-called illegal migrants; Sawmill owners fear they are being 'forced' to destroy a NSW forest to meet contracts; and the Chinese Australian community says a 'bamboo ceiling' in the workplace is holding...
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