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25 Episodes
Friday panel: election eve

Friday panel: election eve


To take a peek at what Australia will look like during the next term of government, RN Breakfast assembled a panel of some of the most influential journalists on the national stage.
Election 2016: Friday panel

Election 2016: Friday panel


To help make sense of the penultimate week of the election campaign, Fran Kelly is joined by three senior press gallery journalists, Katherine Murphy, Malcolm Farr and James Massola.
To help us make sense of Budget week and what's set to be an intriguing two-month election campaign, Fran Kelly is joined by Lenore Taylor, Malcolm Farr and Michelle Grattan.
Financial advice scams, failing to honour life insurance policies, interest rate rigging allegations... Can the reputation of the banks get any worse?
To take a look at the Government's shrinking tax agenda and other political news, Fran Kelly is joined by Lenore Taylor, Phil Coorey and Michelle Grattan.
The GST, asylum seekers and same-sex marriage are just some of the issues that dominated the first week back in federal politics—and will likely play out as the election year unfolds.
With the big money that comes with professional sport, corruption linked to betting, match fixing or performance enhancing drugs has long been a problem for elite codes around the globe.
Factional wars, in-fighting, redistributions, defections and resignations... or just another week in Australian politics!
This time last year on RN Summer Breakfast, we were gearing up for Queensland's state elections.
It's been year when religious communities have come under great scrutiny; from the Catholic Church's child sex abuse scandal, to Muslims bearing the brunt of religious prejudice following terror attacks around the world. Kristina Keneally, Zalman Kastel and Tasneem Chopra join our Friday panel.
Another tumultuous year in Federal Parliament has drawn to a close—and it's ending with a bang!
It's nearly five years since the civil war began in Syria.
Women have been top of the agenda for the Federal Government this week.
After months of leadership speculation, the final move to topple Tony Abbott was swift. Michelle Grattan, Lenore Taylor and Mark Riley join Fran Kelly to discuss the week in politics.
It's estimated that one Australian woman dies as a result of domestic violence every week. Horrifically, this week has been worse than average.
With slightly more than a year of this term of parliament left to run, the divide between the Coalition and Labor on a number of key issues has widened.
Friday panel: elder abuse

Friday panel: elder abuse


It's a heartbreaking form of abuse that often goes undetected.
Since Q&A allowed Zaky Mallah to speak live on ABC TV, the program has been labelled a headline-grabbing, tabloid, and sensationalist 'lefty lynch mob'.
Federal Parliament has moved into its winter recess, with politicians back in their electorates for the next six weeks.
Bill Shorten is starting to come under serious and sustained pressure over a raft of deals he struck while head of the Australian Workers Union.
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