ABC’s Q&A not a “lefty lynch mob” – report finds

The results of the review of the ABC’s Q&A are in – and the report states that the program is not a “lefty lynch mob” as described by former PM Tony Abbott.


Will he or won’t he?

The ABC has announced Malcolm Turnbull as a panellist on Q&A next week, despite no guarantee and a government ban on its ministers appearing on the show.


Between a Frock and a Hard Place

Between a Frock and a Hard Place tells the story behind one of Australia’s most-loved films of all time, The Adventures of Priscilla: Queen of the Desert, and you could win a copy.


Reduced statin use may cost lives

A study has found that 60,000 people have reduced or stopped taking their statin medication after the airing of an ABC program, later removed from its website, critical of the medication.


Senate told Q&A leans left

Liberal senator James McGrath has told a Senate estimates hearing of the Coalition’s concerns that ABC’s Q&A program is biased against the conservative side of politics.


Win an ABC CD package

Enter our competition for your chance to win a fantastic ABC Classics CD package valued at almost $175, courtesy of our friends at the ABC Shop.


What will be axed from the ABC?

What will funding cuts in this year’s budget mean for the ABC’s programming?

Federal Budget

Public broadcasters under fire

The ABC and SBS are currently the subject of an Efficiency Study, which includes a review of operations and cost efficiency, but cost savings have already been counted.


Style according to Diana Vreeland

Ten lessons in life, and fashion, that we can all learn from the great DV

Election 2013, Western Sydney

It’s Monday night and the predictable lineup of politicians, artistes and thought leaders are on ABC TV’s Q&A. Host, Tony Jones, is looking especially delighted in anticipation of a robust debate in the wake of the announcement of a September federal election by Prime Minister Julia Gillard.


Dame Elisabeth Murdoch

Dame Elisabeth Murdoch talks to Heather Ewart from the ABC on her 100th birthday.

Rudd v Turnbull

On ABC TV’s panel program Q&A on Monday night, former Labor Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and former Opposition Leader Malcolm Turnbull strutted their stuff. During the one-hour television show they both answered wide-ranging questions on the economy, the revision of GST, climate change, productivity, industrial relations and education. They didn’t just answer these questions – they answered them well, displaying a formidable depth of knowledge and ability to present complex information in brief, comprehensible responses. The audience clearly enjoyed this power duo’s song and dance routine, which called forth a final question from Mr. Saeed Fassaie, quoted here in full:

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