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1:16Italy bridge collapse: Search through rubble for victims continues

Italy bridge collapse: Search through rubble for victims continues

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Amazing stories of survival are emerging from Italy's catastrophic bridge collapse.
People have described the split second decisions that stopped them from driving off the edge of the bridge, and t...
6:08The black cop who infiltrated the KKK

The black cop who infiltrated the KKK

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In the late 1970s, Ron Stallworth hoodwinked David Duke, the Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan. This is the inside story of how he did it — and why he thinks racism has only gotten worse since then....
8:39Japan takes a swing at cricket

Japan takes a swing at cricket

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Former Japanese professional baseball player Shogo Kimura is changing fields, from baseball to cricket. Kimura, spent most of his baseball career as an infielder with the Hiroshima Carps, is now l...
2:44Tina Arena on playing Eva Peron in the musical Evita

Tina Arena on playing Eva Peron in the musical Evita

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For more than 40 years, Tina Arena has been a household name. The musical powerhouse is as tenacious as she is talented. and now, she's taking on the role of another formidable woman, playing Argen...
2:11Entire parliament condemns Fraser Anning's controversial maiden speech

Entire parliament condemns Fraser Anning's controversial maiden speech

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It takes a lot to shock the entire parliament into spurning one of its own, but today, that happened to the Queensland Senator Fraser Anning.
Both the Senate and the House of Representatives voted ...
5:47Genoa bridge collapses killing dozens

Genoa bridge collapses killing dozens

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Rescuers are trying to find survivors in the rubble of a massive bridge collapse in the north-west Italian city of Genoa.
At least 35 people were killed and others badly hurt when the motorway coll...
6:51The day Elvis died (This Day Tonight, 1977)

The day Elvis died (This Day Tonight, 1977)

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On 17 August 1977, Australian radio stations were inundated with calls as the world mourned the loss of The King. For some, the loss was personal. ABC's This Day Tonight aired this story.

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26:08Jetstar under fire for paying cabin crew as little as $100 a week

Jetstar under fire for paying cabin crew as little as $100 a week

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Budget airline Jetstar is under fire for using foreign cabin crews on Australian routes and paying them a base pay of as little as $100 a week.

Read more here: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-08-1...
7:21Fighting Trash With Fire, Solution Or Pollution? | Foreign Correspondent

Fighting Trash With Fire, Solution Or Pollution? | Foreign Correspondent

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There’s a new push in Australia to build incinerators to burn our waste. Is this the way to go? Those clever Swedes think so. Foreign Correspondent sends War on Waste’s Craig Reucassel to Sweden to...
1:33Why the Aussie accent is so hard

Why the Aussie accent is so hard

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We don't all sound like Crocodile Dundee.

So why do we keep hearing bad attempts at the accent in movies and TV shows? What makes the Australian accent so hard to do properly?

Linguistics Roadsho...
5:52Cornel West labels Donald Trump a 'gangster'

Cornel West labels Donald Trump a 'gangster'

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Christian philosopher Cornel West has hit out at Donald Trump in a Q&A panel that focused on freedom of speech and the "right to offend", labelling the US President a "gangster".

The panel, which ...
42:14Australia ready to re-enter the space race

Australia ready to re-enter the space race

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The first boss of Australia's new national space agency is Dr Megan Clark, and she has the job of deciding which state will host the local equivalent of NASA.

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9:40How cosmetic surgery is changing the face of beauty and medicine

How cosmetic surgery is changing the face of beauty and medicine

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Welcome to the new world of enhanced "beauty" where there's nothing natural about the faces and bodies created by cosmetic procedures. In this Four Corners documentary, reporter Louise Milligan unc...
2:43Tony Abbott: Australia's power system should not be run to reduce emissions

Tony Abbott: Australia's power system should not be run to reduce emissions

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Tony Abbott appears on ABC's 730 about Australia's energy infrastructure, electricity prices, and emissions reductions.

For more from ABC News, click here: http://www.abc.net.au/news/

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2:53Indonesia's 'buzzers' paid to spread propaganda ahead of election

Indonesia's 'buzzers' paid to spread propaganda ahead of election

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The battle ahead of next year's Indonesian presidential election is increasingly being fought online.
People known as 'buzzers' are being paid to spread propaganda to their armies of followers as t...
3:35UK's hot weather reveals shapes of forgotten ruins below dead grass

UK's hot weather reveals shapes of forgotten ruins below dead grass

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While the hot weather affecting the UK has caused a chorus of complaints, historians are having a field day.
The sun has made the ground so dry the shapes of forgotten ruins are showing through the...
2:08How come denim never goes out of fashion? (The Factory, 1988)

How come denim never goes out of fashion? (The Factory, 1988)

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Tania Lacy took to the streets of Melbourne to ask people why they loved their denim, and things got a little personal. This segment aired on ABC's The Factory, 20 February 1988.

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7:40Spectacular Lego creations connect young and old

Spectacular Lego creations connect young and old

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If you've ever wanted to tick a trip to Legoland off your bucket list, see the Trojan horse, or tour the Death Star, then look no further than the annual Brick Expo in Canberra.

The charity event ...
4:08Monsanto vice president defends use of its pesticides

Monsanto vice president defends use of its pesticides

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Monsanto vice president Scott Partridge speaks to ABC News after the international chemical giant was ordered to pay damages in the Roundup cancer trial.

Read more here: http://www.abc.net.au/news...
2:25Sneaker sales boom in Australia

Sneaker sales boom in Australia

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Australia is an increasingly influential market for the global sneaker industry as evident in attracting the likes of the world's largest sneaker convention, Sneaker Con, to Melbourne

Fashion jour...
2:15Marathon legend Robert De Castella wins Sydney's City to Surf (1977)

Marathon legend Robert De Castella wins Sydney's City to Surf (1977)

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Before he was a marathon legend in Australia, Robert De Castella was the very happy winner of the 1977 City to Surf. The ABC captured some of the colour and drama of the race on 1 August, 1977.

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3:06Skateboarder Keefer Wilson, 11,  to be X Games' youngest competitor

Skateboarder Keefer Wilson, 11, to be X Games' youngest competitor

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Keefer Wilson 11-year-old skateboarder will achieve his dream later this year when he becomes the youngest competitor at the extreme sports X Games in Sydney.

And he has his pro-golfer dad to than...
5:54Juraki surf competition honours Indigenous surf lifesaver

Juraki surf competition honours Indigenous surf lifesaver

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One of the first documented lifesaving rescues on the Gold Coast tells the story of a tourist who, in 1911, would have drowned if not for a heroic rescue by Churakai, an Indigenous lifesaver.

Chur...
7:02Ursula Tunks says she's here to remind people "someone's got their back"

Ursula Tunks says she's here to remind people "someone's got their back"

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Former detective Ursula Tunks left the police force with PTSD and depression. Now she leads a team of op shop volunteers whose work helping people in crisis has given her a new lease on life.

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13:03Facial recognition as your password | Download This Show

Facial recognition as your password | Download This Show

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Facial recognition is the next frontier for logging onto more things than your iPhone. What sectors are adopting facial recognition and what are the security concerns?

For Download This Show podca...
18:35Australian celebrity chef's 'second go' at life

Australian celebrity chef's 'second go' at life

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All of Australia grieved with celebrity chef Matt Golinski when he lost his entire family in a house fire. Now he’s sharing for the first time his ‘second go at life’ with his daughter, Aluna, and ...
2:21The limits of free speech; who decides what we can and cannot say?

The limits of free speech; who decides what we can and cannot say?

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Stan Grant talks to Professor of Politics Katharine Gelber, Research Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs Matthew Lesh and journalist and ‘troll hunter’ Ginger Gorman

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7:43How a jazz lick took over the music world

How a jazz lick took over the music world

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What happens when a melody becomes a meme? Dan Golding from What is Music explores how a jazz lick took over the music world.

Check out full episodes of What is Music - https://bit.ly/2LDs6BY

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6:13Dodgy car repairs in Australia (1966)

Dodgy car repairs in Australia (1966)

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Shoddy repairs and dodgy used car yards were on the increase in Australia in 1966. Weekend Magazine investigated NRMA pre-registration checks and visited the Sydney School of Vehicle Trades.

"Rus...
The hunt for Australia's mythical half-ape, half-human, the Yowie (1976)

The hunt for Australia's mythical half-ape, half-human, the Yowie (1976)

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In 1976, the Queanbeyan Age published naturalist Rex Gilroy’s claims that he had proof of the existence of the Yowie, Australia’s mythical half-human half-ape, similar to Bigfoot.
That article prom...
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