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Sydney, NSW

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The ABC's overseas reporters give their interpretation and analyses of the week's major events, and offer perceptive observations about the countries and regions in which they're based.

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English

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US museum on a mission to share Australian Indigenous stories

8/12/2017
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The University of Virginia's Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection includes hundreds of pieces from generations of Indigenous artists.

Duration: 00:05:40


Jantar Mantar, India hosts daily peacefully protests

8/12/2017
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In Jantar Mantar, a special corner of New Delhi, locals go to extremes to have their stories heard.

Duration: 00:08:00


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8/12/2017
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A growing backlash against tourism sweeps Spain, India hosts daily peaceful protests, and the University of Virginia brings Australian Indigenous art to the US.

Duration: 00:19:45


European locals fed up with over-tourism launch protests

8/12/2017
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A protest group in Spain attack a sightseeing bus and warn they are planning more acts of intimidation to make tourists stay home.

Duration: 00:05:35


Correspondents Report - Full Program - 12/08/2017

8/11/2017
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On this week's edition of Correspondents Report: European correspondent Lisa Millar reports on overtourism in Europe where locals and activists are launching protests in an attempt to stave off unwanted visitors; South Asia Correspondent James Bennett paid a visit to special corner of New Delhi to hear some of their stories; And Washington producer Brooke Wylie hit the road in search of Indigenous art - and found it in a most unlikely place.

Duration: 00:19:40


Correspondents Report - Full Program - 05/08/2017

8/4/2017
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On this week's edition of Correspondents Report: Middle East correspondent Sophie McNeill speaks to the friends and fellow activists of one of Syria's best-known pro-democracy activists, Bassel Khatabil Safadi, executed by the Syrian regime in 2015; China correspondent Bill Birtles interviews Jonathan Kamm - an American businessman who has spent almost three decades presenting prisoner lists to China's government, in the hope of highlighting specific cases; And Middle East Correspondent,...

Duration: 00:19:53


Correspondents Report - Full Program - 29/07/2017

7/28/2017
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On this week's edition of Correspondents Report: Former Middle East and Washington Correspondent Ben Knight travels back to America taking us on a journey around the monuments to past presidents and chaos of the current Trump presidency; And Indonesia Correspondent Samantha Hawley talk to Si Yi Chen, another of the Bali Nine imprisoned in Kerobokan.

Duration: 00:19:54


Correspondents Report - Full Program - 22/07/2017

7/21/2017
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On this week's edition of Correspondents Report: Papua New Guinea correspondent Eric Tlosek reports on the ongoing national election; Europe Correspondent James Glenday examines the latest media storm raging through London as a five- year-old and her father are slapped with a near $250 fine for having a lemonade stand without a permit; And our Samantha Hawley travels to Bali to interview Matthew Norman, convicted drug smuggler, serving a life sentence in the infamous Kerobokan prison.

Duration: 00:19:53


Correspondents Report - Full Program - 15/07/2017

7/14/2017
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On this week's edition of Correspondents Report: North America correspondent Stephanie March spends a day with a Washington based midwife reporting on the controversial home birth tradition; Sophie McNeill speaks with a midwife working a busy shift on a labour ward in Jerusalem; And Africa correspondent Sally Sara travels to Kenya's Rift Valley to meet a traditional midwife from the Maasai tribe.

Duration: 00:19:58


Correspondents Report - Full Program - 08/07/2017

7/7/2017
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On Saturday's program: Europe Correspondent Steve Cannane visited the offices of satirical magazine Private Eye in Soho in London to see how they�re managing to grow their readership while the rest of print media declines; After the devastating series of disasters in London, Philip Williams and Lisa Millar take a restorative stroll along the Thames and find a man who lives on a barge; and China Correspondent Matthew Carney risks life and limb on a trekking expedition on the Great Wall -...

Duration: 00:19:05


Correspondents Report - Full Program - 01/07/2017

6/30/2017
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On this week's edition of Correspondents Report: Africa correspondent Sally Sara reports from the General Hospital in the city of Burao where the children of Somaliland are dying from sickness and starvation as their nation struggles with crippling drought and a lack of international aid; South-east Asia correspondent Liam Cochrane investigates Thailand's media obsession with the 'murder babes', the three women who went on the run after killing and dismembering a young bar worker; And...

Duration: 00:19:53


Correspondents Report - Full Program - 24/06/2017

6/23/2017
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On this week's edition of Correspondents Report: Eliza Harvey tells her side of the story after husband Adam Harvey was struck in the neck by a stray bullet in the Philippines. What was it like for her to be told that Adam had been shot? And Professor Richard Lachmann from the University of Albany shares his thoughts on the western media coverage of recent terror incidents.

Duration: 00:19:53


Correspondents Report - Full Program - 17/06/2017

6/16/2017
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On this week's edition of Correspondents Report: PNG correspondent Eric Tlozek pays the publication 'Wantok' a visit - they're the only newspaper to use the language Tok Pisin and are committed to preserving their identity and history; North America correspondent Stephanie March tries to understand America's stance on gun laws; And James Bennett reports on India's recent cattle slaughter ban, condemned as an unconstitutional attack on freedom of religion, the Government has promised to...

Duration: 00:19:53


Correspondents Report - Full Program - 10/06/2017

6/9/2017
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On this week's edition of Correspondents Report: The recent deportation of Shapelle Corby from Jakarta resulted in a media frenzy and our Indonesia correspondent Samantha Hawley, despite her own personal misgivings, played her part in the coverage, she speaks to Anthony Lambert who's spent years studying the media's fascination with Shapelle Corby; Brooke Wylie, from the ABC bureau in Washington, uncovers some fascinating artefacts buried deep in the corridors of power; And Europe...

Duration: 00:20:26


Correspondents Report - Full Program - 03/06/2017

6/2/2017
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On this week's edition of Correspondents Report: South East Asia correspondent Liam Cochrane sat down for a chat with soundman and cameraman Derek Williams about his extraordinary life behind the lens; And South Asia Correspondent James Bennett found himself halfway up a mountain, talking to a man who, as a young boy, had welcomed freshly-exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama to India.

Duration: 00:19:53


Correspondents Report - Full Program - 27/05/2017

5/26/2017
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On this week's edition of Correspondents Report: Europe correspondent Lisa Millar reflects on how the media covers terror attacks; North America correspondent Conor Duffy investigates his local history in Washington; And Matthew Carney encounters China's most potent liquor, 'baijiu', the most consumed liquor in the world.

Duration: 00:24:51


Correspondents Report - Full Program - 20/05/2017

5/19/2017
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On this week's edition of Correspondents Report: Erik Tlosek reports from Papua New where the election season has begun; Middle East correspondent Sophie McNeill speaks to Michael Harari, an Australian-Israeli doctor, giving us an insight into an extraordinary program where wounded Syrians receive treatment and care from their long time enemy - Israel; Our North America correspondent Zoe Daniel tells us Australian band Midnight Oil has embarked on its first world tour in more than 20...

Duration: 00:19:54


Correspondents Report - Full Program - 13/05/2017

5/12/2017
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On this week's edition of Correspondents Report: This week brought some very sad news for us here at the ABC, for you, the listener, and for our correspondents, scattered around the world. Mark Colvin died. The voice of PM was also a former correspondent and mentored many ABC journalists. He had a special place in his heart for our correspondents. Today, we'll hear their tributes and anecdotes.

Duration: 00:19:52


Correspondents Report - Full Program - 06/05/2017

5/5/2017
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On this week's edition of Correspondents Report: Rachel Mealey reports on Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe's new plans to change the country's constitution by 2020; Europe correspondent James Glenday reveals a string of similarities between Emmanuel Macron and former presidents - the candidate is set to become the youngest ever French president but the world seems more intrigued by his personal life; Bill Birtles investigates China's first ever domestically made passenger plane; And...

Duration: 00:19:51


Correspondents Report - Full Program - 29/04/2017

4/28/2017
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On this week's edition of Correspondents Report: North America correspondent Stephanie March revisits the voters, to see what they think about the US President so far; Philip Williams reports on Donald Trump's actions since the election and the rising concerns in this time of uncertainty; And Indonesia correspondent Samantha Hawley takes an eye-opening trip to Jakarta's Tambora slum, one of the world's most densely populated places.

Duration: 00:20:11

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