AM - Full Program - 04/09/201509/03/15
This Friday: Documents obtained by AM detail possible civilian deaths by Australian aircraft, and documents obtained by Background Briefing suggest the WA government was advised it owed tens of millions of dollars to Aboriginal workers in wages which...
AM - Full Program - 03/09/2015
On Thursday's program, after a 'warm' meeting with her counterpart Retno Marsudi, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says the relationship between Australia and Indonesia is going from strength to strength; Beijing is preparing for a massive show of...
AM - Full Program - 02/09/2015
On Wednesday's program: Anthony Albanese tells AM the Australian shipping industry is vital for an island continent, and won't survive being opened to international competition; Pope Francis allows priests to absolve women guilty of the 'sin' of...
AM - Full Program - 01/09/2015
On AM: Immigration Minister Peter Dutton lashes the media over its reporting of government leaks, lawyers say that Dyson Heydon may have misread the public's mood, and in the next decade, 32,000 Indigenous Australians are at risk of going blind. This...
AM - Full Program - 31/08/2015
On Monday's program: 7-Eleven blames the underpayment of workers on a handful of rogue operators, but the former head of the competition watchdog says the company's business model is to blame; industry super funds campaign against government plans to...
AM - Full Program - 29/08/2015
On Saturday's program: the Operation Fortitude bungle has raised concerns that the work of Border Force officers has been politicised; former independent MP Tony Windsor says he doesn't think the Border Force announcement was a mistake but rather an...
AM - Full Program - 27/08/2015
On RN AM today: The on-air shooting of a journalist and cameraman has sparked a new round of debate about gun laws in the US, North American correspondent Nick Harmsen reports from the scene; Newcastle, the city that hosts the world's biggest coal...
AM - Full Program - 26/08/2015
On AM this morning, counterinsurgency expert David Kilcullen says there's a sound military argument for expanding Australian airstrikes into Syria; Former Labor Foreign Minister Bob Carr says Australia has a moral obligation to do so - but Independent...
AM - Full Program - 25/08/2015
On today's program: Wall Street suffers its biggest ever fall, as the global stock market rout rolls on. When will it end? The Climate Council says the link between climate change and extreme weather events has become much clearer. And the cheating...
AM - Full Program - 24/08/2015
On today's program, Australian investors brace for steep falls this morning as fears mount about the economic slowdown in China;/ the off-duty US serviceman who prevented a potential terrorist attack on a train says he acted without thinking to disarm...
AM - Full Program - 22/08/2015
On Saturday's program: global markets have plunged on news that manufacturing activity in China is at its lowest point in more than six years; a gunman has been arrested in northern France after a shooting incident on a train between Amsterdam and...
AM - Full Program - 21/08/2015
On AM: The Greeks seem set to head back to the ballot box with the shock resignation of prime minister Alexis Tsipras after just seven months in office; and we look at an area in south-west Victoria that contains evidence of an ancient Aboriginal...
AM - Full Program - 20/08/2015
On today's program, an Australian minister has landed on Indonesian soil for the first time since Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran were executed; Labor resources minister Gary Gray says he supports the coal industry and the Adani mine, but not changes...
AM - Full Program - 19/08/2015
On today's AM: Senator Eric Abetz denies changes to environmental legislation would block farmers from protesting mining on their land; Thai police identify the man responsible for the Bangkok bombing via CCTV footage; and Aboriginal leader Patrick...
AM - Full Program - 18/08/2015
On AM: Tuesday: We bring you the latest on the bomb explosion in Bangkok that has killed at least 19 people, NSW counter-terrorism police raise concerns that children could be groomed for acts of violence, and questions raised about the awarding of...
AM - Full Program - 17/08/2015
Today on AM: The Treasurer Joe Hockey is hoping to reset the Government's reform agenda, Federal Cabinet will today tackle the topic that's divided it - gay marriage and whether to hold a popular vote, and are shark sightings in NSW's famous Byron Bay...
AM - Full Program - 15/08/2015
On Saturday's program: In an attempt at reconciliation Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe has delivered his much-anticipated World War Two statement; for the first time in more than half a century the US flag is flying above Washington's embassy in...
AM - Full Program - 14/08/2015
On Friday's program: Federal Cabinet is divided and there's trouble between the Coalition partners the Liberals and Nationals; The Australian Greens have called for the AFP to investigate fresh claims about an operation to spy on a Senator during her...
AM - Full Program - 13/08/2015
On Thursday's program - Liberal MP Dan Tehan is calling on Australia to start airstrikes on Syria; but Labor Deputy Leader Tanya Plibersek says there's no legal basis for Australian military involvement in Syria, and that the humanitarian...
AM - Full Program - 12/08/2015
On today's program, Tony Abbott defends the Coalition party room decision not to hold a conscience vote on marriage equality; he also claims that Australia is making the biggest per capita commitment to emissions reduction in the developed world;...
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