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A news show that serves you the latest headlines each morning. Plus, we go deeper and 'brief' you on one topic per day via interviews. Hosted by Tom Tilley (former presenter of Triple J's Hack) with regular rotating co-hosts Jan Fran (from ABC's Pineapple Project, The Project and SBS's The Feed), Annika Smethurst (News Corp Journalist) and Jamila Rizvi (author, presenter and political commentator).

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A news show that serves you the latest headlines each morning. Plus, we go deeper and 'brief' you on one topic per day via interviews. Hosted by Tom Tilley (former presenter of Triple J's Hack) with regular rotating co-hosts Jan Fran (from ABC's Pineapple Project, The Project and SBS's The Feed), Annika Smethurst (News Corp Journalist) and Jamila Rizvi (author, presenter and political commentator).

    The Briefing's FIRST BIRTHDAY!!!!!!!

    The Briefing's FIRST BIRTHDAY!!!!!!!

    The Briefing kicked off on April 20, 2020, amid a global pandemic.  No one was sure what the future would look like.  Many of us were working from home for the first time, our computers perched on boxes of toilet paper.

     

    On today’s Briefing we look back….and forward.

     

    It’s been a crazy year – and we can’t wait to celebrate with the people that matter.  Our listeners!!!

     

    TODAY'S HEADLINES


    Shakeup for vaccine program


    Emotional reunions as AUS/NZ bubble opens


    Royal commission into veterans’ suicides


    Closing arguments begin in Derek Chauvin case
    First powered flight on another planet

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    Dr Abby: An Aussie behind the Mars rover

    Dr Abby: An Aussie behind the Mars rover

    Did you know an Australian is leading one of the teams behind the Mars rover?  

     

    Australian geologist Dr Abigail Allwood is the first woman and the first Australian to ever be a principal investigator on a Mars mission.

     

    Perseverance is the fifth NASA rover to explore the Red Planet and it’s being sent with the explicit goal of working out whether there is - or has ever been - life on Mars. We meet the Aussie geologist helping to find out if there’s life on Mars

    TODAY'S HEADLINES


    National Cabinet begins meeting twice a week


    The Australia/New Zealand travel bubble opens


    Sydney authorities investigate hotel breach


    Countries warn consequences for Navalny death
    UK national mourning ends, Harry considers staying

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    The Weekend Briefing with Benjamin Law

    The Weekend Briefing with Benjamin Law

    Jamila Rizvi sits down with Benjamin Law, a man of many talents in the Australian media industry. He is the creator and writer of SBS’s award-winning ‘The Family Law’ and the maker and subject of the ABC documentary ‘Waltzing the Dragon’. Ben is also a radio broadcaster, podcaster, author and speaker.

     

    Every Saturday for the Good Weekend magazine, Ben asks his famous subjects all sorts of things you’re not supposed to say publicly through the roll of the dice: sex, money, religion, bodies, death and politics. Jamila turns the microphone on his as Ben discusses his relationship with these dicey topics.

     

    THE WEEKEND LIST:
    Listen:  McCartney III Imagined- Paul McCartney
    Do: The Roughin’ It Challenge
    Podcast: She Is Legend

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    Minneapolis erupts: the Derek Chauvin murder trial

    Minneapolis erupts: the Derek Chauvin murder trial

    Are we witnessing another big flashpoint for the BLM protests...?  When George Floyd was killed by a police officer last year... it sparked that wave of protests around the world including here in Australia. 

     

    Well in a very dramatic confluence of events... right at the same time that former officer, Derek Chauvin, is being tried for murder, another black man has been shot dead by police, just ten miles down the road.   We’re joined by New York Times’ national reporter and editor Shaila Dewan to take us through what’s happening.

      

    You’ll find out how America is reacting to that shooting - and you’ll get the latest from the Chauvin trial from a reporter on the ground in Minneapolis.

     

    TODAY'S HEADLINES


    PM: 1000 Covid cases a day if we reopen borders


    Woman dies from blood clots after receiving vaccine


    Australian troops to withdraw from Afghanistan


    Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral details have been released
    ABC apologises for doctoring dance troupe video

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    Jewish female resistance fighters in Hitler's WWII ghettos

    Jewish female resistance fighters in Hitler's WWII ghettos

    Over the last two months here in Australia there’s been a number of sexual abuse and harassment scandals that have forced a rethink about the way women are treated in our society. 

     

    Right in the middle of that lands a new book. 'The Light Of Days' by Judy Batalion tells the incredible story of the young Jewish women in Poland who fought back when the Nazis invaded. Judy Batalion is an American author and the granddaughter of Polish Holocaust survivors.

     

    The incredible stories of the young Jewish women who resisted that attack are so powerful that Steven Spielberg has already taken out an option on turning this book into a movie.

     

    TODAY'S HEADLINES
    US Covid expert’s warning for Australia


    PM: No apology for Holgate, meeting with Higgins
    Minneapolis police officer charged; victims’ families meet


    Queen returns to work
    Nuclear water OK to drink: Japan

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    30 years since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody: what have we learned?

    30 years since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody: what have we learned?

    This week marks the 30th anniversary of the final report of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, created by the Hawke Government in 1987.

     

    We’re joined by Warren Mundine... former Chair of the PM’s indigenous advisory council during Tony Abbott’s time as PM; and Taylah Gray, an indigenous lawyer and academic, who come from different perspectives, but tell a similar story.

     

    More than 455 Indigenous people have died in custody since the report was released on April 15, 1991. NSW State Coroner Teresa O’Sullivan said this week First Nations people continued to be “overrepresented in every category of death dealt with by the Coroner’s Court”.  What more can be done?  And have we done enough….?

    TODAY'S HEADLINES
    Holgate: Morrison spray was "act of bullying"
    National Cabinet back on Covid war footing 
    US to delay troop withdrawal in Afghanistan
    Prince Philip island cult pay tribute

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