D’Arcy and Monk punished
The swimmers who photographed themselves with guns will be sent home from London early. We speak to celebrity publicist Max Markson about the impact of social media, Olympic medallist Matt Welsh about the role of athletes in the public spotlight, and Wide World of Sports' Ken Sutcliffe about the impact on the sport.
Foreign soldiers could earn up to $200,000 to fight for Australia. We speak to former Major General, Jim Molan.
Journalist Gavin Grey joins us with news on Prince Philip's release from hospital, and Kate and Will's visit to the cinema.
We speak to Ziaad Eltabar, heading the community effort to cut electricity prices.
For more details on how you can get involved, visit www.sumenergy.com.au.
Three decades on, Australia is still fascinated by the Azaria Chamberlain case. We speak to Sydney Morning Herald journalist Malcolm Brown, who has followed the case from its beginning.
30 years of E.T.
Richard Wilkins looks back at the film that has become a family favourite.
Peter Harvey takes us back through Australia’s most fascinating cases.
The Mother Monster is hitting Australian shores for 13 shows.
This morning, Emma was at the Darling Harbour Jazz and Blues Festival in Sydney. For more details, visit www.darlingharbour.com, www.moshtix.com.au and www.acmf.com.au.