AM - Full Program - 04/07/201507/03/15
On Saturday's program, police are playing down speculation that ice was involved in Phil Walsh's murder; an Australian crew is refusing to set sail after the Caltex shipping company told them they would be let go after the last run to Singapore; and...
AM - Full Program - 03/07/2015
On Friday's edition of AM: Adelaide rocked by death of AFL team's coach, Phil Walsh. BP settles for AUD$25 billion over Gulf of Mexico oil spill. And, as the Prime Minister prepares for a summit on recognising Indigenous Australians in the...
AM - Full Program - 02/07/2015
On Thursday's program: the first cross party Private Members Bill to recognise gay marriage is set to be moved by Coalition MP Warren Entsch, but some Liberals including Eric Abetz, are moving to head it off; after intensive lobbying by the...
AM - Full Program - 30/06/2015
Today on AM: How far will the contagion spread? Economists fear Europe's other small economies could follow Greece into default. Could a better explained foreign policy stop young people joining Islamic State? And a radical call to regulate the drug...
AM - Full Program - 29/06/2015
Today on AM: The run is on - Macedonia's Central Bank calls for the withdrawal of deposits and loans from banks in Greece. The mother-in-law of a convicted terrorist says she's heartbroken because Federal Police can't help bring her family home from...
AM - Full Program - 27/06/2015
On Saturday's program: It's been a bloody day in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East with three separate terror attacks leaving dozens dead and many more injured; US president Barack Obama has delivered a eulogy in Charleston for his friend, the...
AM - Full Program - 26/06/2015
On Friday's program: The ABC's managing director Mark Scott has spoken out on the furore surrounding Monday's episode of Q and A; Libertarian and independent Senator David Leyonhjelm has won support for a broad-ranging parliamentary inquiry into what...
AM - Full Program - 25/06/2015
On Thursday's program, the Senate may be in for a long night on the last sitting day of Parliament, with the Government determined to push through an offshore processing amendment bill; Mathias Cormann spoke about the progress of budget negotiations;...
AM - Full Program - 24/06/2015
On Wednesday's program, the Government's bill to change citizenship laws will be introduced in the House of Representatives this morning; the mother in law of Australian born Islamic State terrorist Khaled Sharrouf pleas for the Government to help...
AM - Full Program - 23/06/2015
Today on AM: The Foreign Minister Julie Bishop joins us with the latest on reports that two of Australia's most infamous terrorists in Iraq have been killed. As security agencies try to verify the deaths, experts are grappling with limiting the appeal...
AM - Full Program - 22/06/2015
Today on AM: The Federal Government finalises plans to strip dual nationals suspected of terrorism of their Australian citizenship, as Bill Shorten faces more questions over his union past; income inequality in Australia surges, despite 20 continuous...
AM - Full Program - 20/06/2015
On Saturday's program: Relatives of some of the nine people massacred in a South Carolina church have addressed the suspected gunman in court and offered him forgiveness; Financial analysts are warning that capital controls could be imposed on...
AM - Full Program - 19/06/2015
On Friday's program: The US president Barack Obama says it's time for America to face up to the problem of gun violence following the senseless murder of nine people in a South Carolina church; The Law Council of Australia has added its voice of...
AM - Full Program - 17/06/2015
On Thursday's program, Senator Glenn Lazarus says Labor's 'despicable' deal with the Government would make Australia the first country in the world to reduce a renewable energy target; Greece's central bank says the country is on a painful course that...
AM - Full Program - 17/06/2015
On Wednesday's program, Indonesian police provide documents detailing their investigation of claims an Australian official paid people smugglers to return 65 asylum seekers to Indonesia; a new Australian study finds that fish stocks are dwindling to...
AM - Full Program - 16/06/2015
Today on AM: Both sides of politics avoid questions over whether Australia has paid people smugglers; Jeb Bush tries to distance himself from his brother and father as he announces a run for US president; and the World Food Programme counts eight...
AM - Full Program - 15/06/2015
Today on AM: The Prime Minister stands defiant in the face of mounting calls for an answer yes or no: did Australia pay people smugglers? Stamp duty soars about 750 per cent in 20 years in New South Wales. Property developers say it's helping to drive...
AM - Full Program - 13/06/2015
On Saturday's program: Pressure is building on the Australian Government this weekend as it makes international headlines over suggestions that it paid the crew of an asylum seeker boat to return to Indonesia; The Australian Government's hopes of...
AM - Full Program - 12/06/2015
On Friday's program, Rupert Murdoch plans to step down as chief executive of 20th Century Fox in favour of his son James; China's former chief of security Zhou Yongkang has been jailed for life on corruption charges, the highest ranking official to...
AM - Full Program - 11/06/2015
On today's program, Attorney General George Brandis joined AM to speak about a regional summit on countering violent extremism being convened today; Pope Francis has established a department to target bishops that cover up child abuse, but victims...
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