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AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program. With key political interviews and stories about the Australian way of life, AM sets the agenda for the nation’s daily news and current affairs coverage.

Latest Episodes

THU 5 DEC - Witness J revealed

A secret prisoner, in a secret trial, sent to jail in secret: the ABC reveals astonishing details about a case involving a man known as Witness J; and Samoa begins the mass home delivery of vaccinations as the nation struggles with thousands of measles cases.

29 MIN19 h ago
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THU 5 DEC - Witness J revealed

WED 4 DEC - Australian students behind in maths

In the latest global report-card on Australia's education performance, we've gone backwards, with the most alarming results in maths; a radical shakeup of private healthcare is being presented today as a way to stem the industry's so-called "death spiral"; and famous boxer, Jeff Fenech is donating his brain to science.

29 MIN1 d ago
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WED 4 DEC - Australian students behind in maths

TUE 3 DEC - Medevac fate in Jacqui Lambie's hands

The Medevac legislation's fate rests with Senator Jacqui Lambie, who claims she's yet to make up her mind on whether it should be repealed; a woman who claims she was trafficked as a teenager and told to have sex with Prince Andrew has urged the public to "stand beside her"; and how much sleep are Australian teens getting?

29 MIN2 d ago
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TUE 3 DEC - Medevac fate in Jacqui Lambie's hands

MON 2 DEC - Australian writer feared tortured

A political blame game over the London terror attack, a fortnight from the UK election; grave fears for an Australian writer detained in China; and people with disability to tell the Royal Commission of their experiences in group homes.

29 MIN3 d ago
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MON 2 DEC - Australian writer feared tortured

SAT 30 NOV - Man shot after London stabbing attack

People dead and a city in lockdown in London, after what's been declared a terrorist incident; A review of the Coalition's narrow election victory warns about the dangers of complacency after a trying week for the party; And new ways of teaching Indigenous history and culture in the nation's classrooms.

29 MIN5 d ago
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SAT 30 NOV - Man shot after London stabbing attack

FRI 29 NOV - Unions bill defeated on One Nation flip

A One Nation flip saw the Government's signature Ensuring Integrity bill defeated in the Senate last night; Lawyers and advocates say they're being locked out of the debate on raising the age of criminal responsibility from 10 to 14; And families beg the Government to back a royal commission into veterans' suicide.

29 MIN6 d ago
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FRI 29 NOV - Unions bill defeated on One Nation flip

THU 28 NOV - Clive James dead at 80

Legendary Australian poet, author and broadcaster Clive James has died at home at the age of 80; The Prime Minister feels the political heat as he defends embattled Energy Minister Angus Taylor; And we meet the farmers changing the way they work to adapt to climate change.

29 MIN1 w ago
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THU 28 NOV - Clive James dead at 80

WED 27 NOV - Westpac woes

Westpac woes: political pressure for a parliamentary grilling over the money laundering scandal; an action plan to crack down on phone scams as the cost of dodgy calls skyrockets; and doubts about the Government's changes to regional migrant visas.

29 MIN1 w ago
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WED 27 NOV - Westpac woes

TUE 26 NOV - Private health shakeup

Another shakeup of the rules for private health insurance on the way — AM speaks with Health Minister Greg Hunt; and a security warning about Australian university collaborations with China.

29 MIN1 w ago
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TUE 26 NOV - Private health shakeup

MON 25 NOV - Hong Kong polls see record turnout

Explosive allegations that a Chinese intelligence group attempted to infiltrate the Federal Parliament; and election fever as voters go to the polls in Hong Kong, and in the US a new high-profile candidate enters the presidential race.

29 MIN1 w ago
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MON 25 NOV - Hong Kong polls see record turnout

Latest Episodes

THU 5 DEC - Witness J revealed

A secret prisoner, in a secret trial, sent to jail in secret: the ABC reveals astonishing details about a case involving a man known as Witness J; and Samoa begins the mass home delivery of vaccinations as the nation struggles with thousands of measles cases.

29 MIN19 h ago
Comments
THU 5 DEC - Witness J revealed

WED 4 DEC - Australian students behind in maths

In the latest global report-card on Australia's education performance, we've gone backwards, with the most alarming results in maths; a radical shakeup of private healthcare is being presented today as a way to stem the industry's so-called "death spiral"; and famous boxer, Jeff Fenech is donating his brain to science.

29 MIN1 d ago
Comments
WED 4 DEC - Australian students behind in maths

TUE 3 DEC - Medevac fate in Jacqui Lambie's hands

The Medevac legislation's fate rests with Senator Jacqui Lambie, who claims she's yet to make up her mind on whether it should be repealed; a woman who claims she was trafficked as a teenager and told to have sex with Prince Andrew has urged the public to "stand beside her"; and how much sleep are Australian teens getting?

29 MIN2 d ago
Comments
TUE 3 DEC - Medevac fate in Jacqui Lambie's hands

MON 2 DEC - Australian writer feared tortured

A political blame game over the London terror attack, a fortnight from the UK election; grave fears for an Australian writer detained in China; and people with disability to tell the Royal Commission of their experiences in group homes.

29 MIN3 d ago
Comments
MON 2 DEC - Australian writer feared tortured

SAT 30 NOV - Man shot after London stabbing attack

People dead and a city in lockdown in London, after what's been declared a terrorist incident; A review of the Coalition's narrow election victory warns about the dangers of complacency after a trying week for the party; And new ways of teaching Indigenous history and culture in the nation's classrooms.

29 MIN5 d ago
Comments
SAT 30 NOV - Man shot after London stabbing attack

FRI 29 NOV - Unions bill defeated on One Nation flip

A One Nation flip saw the Government's signature Ensuring Integrity bill defeated in the Senate last night; Lawyers and advocates say they're being locked out of the debate on raising the age of criminal responsibility from 10 to 14; And families beg the Government to back a royal commission into veterans' suicide.

29 MIN6 d ago
Comments
FRI 29 NOV - Unions bill defeated on One Nation flip

THU 28 NOV - Clive James dead at 80

Legendary Australian poet, author and broadcaster Clive James has died at home at the age of 80; The Prime Minister feels the political heat as he defends embattled Energy Minister Angus Taylor; And we meet the farmers changing the way they work to adapt to climate change.

29 MIN1 w ago
Comments
THU 28 NOV - Clive James dead at 80

WED 27 NOV - Westpac woes

Westpac woes: political pressure for a parliamentary grilling over the money laundering scandal; an action plan to crack down on phone scams as the cost of dodgy calls skyrockets; and doubts about the Government's changes to regional migrant visas.

29 MIN1 w ago
Comments
WED 27 NOV - Westpac woes

TUE 26 NOV - Private health shakeup

Another shakeup of the rules for private health insurance on the way — AM speaks with Health Minister Greg Hunt; and a security warning about Australian university collaborations with China.

29 MIN1 w ago
Comments
TUE 26 NOV - Private health shakeup

MON 25 NOV - Hong Kong polls see record turnout

Explosive allegations that a Chinese intelligence group attempted to infiltrate the Federal Parliament; and election fever as voters go to the polls in Hong Kong, and in the US a new high-profile candidate enters the presidential race.

29 MIN1 w ago
Comments
MON 25 NOV - Hong Kong polls see record turnout
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