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The outcome of the Uluru convention, and how do you define a bogan?
Friday 26th of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
Indigenous leaders reject "tokenistic" constitutional recognition in favour of treaty and a parliamentary voice, and Rebel Wilson's court case has as asking 'what's a bogan?'" It's the Friday Shakeup!

Meet bestselling poet Rupi Kaur, and Schapelle Corby is coming home
Thursday 25th of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
Meet Rupi Kaur - the Canadian woman who rose to worldwide fame over a viral photo of her menstrual blood, who is now an adored and bestselling poet; and Schapelle Corby is due to be deported to Australia - 12 years after being convicted in Bali.

Manchester bomber named, Sydney siege inquest report released, and ice in shearing
Wednesday 24th of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
UK police name the suspected suicide bomber, authorities deploy troops on the streets, and the country's alert level goes to 'critical'; the coroner announces his findings after an 18-month inquest into the Sydney siege; and does our shearing industry have an ice problem?

Manchester suicide bombing, and Uluru constitutional recognition meeting
Tuesday 23rd of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
A suicide bomber at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester kills at least 22 and injures 59, and Indigenous leaders from around the country meet at the base of Uluru to discuss constitutional recognition.

'The Big Wave Project', Julian Assange rape case dropped, and making prosthetics in Syria
Monday 22nd of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
What it's like to chase the world's biggest and deadliest waves, meet the amazing Syrian students studying how to make prosthetics via an Australian tutor online, and what's next for Julian Assange now his rape charges have been dropped?

Men's fashion, Chanel boomerang, creepy chatbot, and 'impeach Trump'
Friday 19th of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with Indigenous lawyer and Liberal party member Geoffrey Winters and Alyx Gorman, editorial director of Time Out magazine.

Boost Juice's pick-up bot, could Trump get impeached, and beating OCD
Thursday 18th of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
Boost Juice's pick-up bot has been accused of normalising predatory behaviour, Trump may be edging towards impeachment, and Lily Bailey's story of fighting Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).

Stealthing: who does it, what the lawyers say, and can you take it to court?
Wednesday 17th of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
Two stories of stealthing: one from a man who says he stealths his sexual partners 'most of the time', and another from a man who says he was stealthed and has gone to the police.

Cassie Sainsbury sees her mum, 'gay purge' in Chechnya, and wasting less food
Tuesday 16th of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
Alleged cocaine smuggler Cassie Sainsbury's fiancee, mother and sister visit her in prison in Bogota, Federation Square vigil after reports of a 'gay purge' in Chechnya, and how do we stop wasting food?

Screenwriter Luke Davies, author Johann Hari, and the brain injury risk of herpes
Monday 15th of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
How the screenwriter for Candy and Lion, Luke Davies, quit heroin and found redemption, Chasing the Scream author Johann Hari on the causes of addiction, and the sobering story of undiagnosed herpes becoming a brain injury.

Friday shakeup: The super saver scheme, drug testing for Centrelink, and Trump
Friday 12th of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with Adam Creighton, economics reporter for the Australian, and Canberra-based political reporter for the Sydney Morning Herald, Amy Remeikis.

Scott Morrison on the budget, scuffles at The Red Pill screening, and Trump fires Comey
Thursday 11th of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
Treasurer Scott Morrison talks housing affordability, drug testing, and other budget issues, we go live to the protest at the Sydney University screening of The Red Pill, and why did President Trump fire the head of the FBI?

Is the 2017 budget fair, who gets drug tested, and will it fix housing?
Wednesday 10th of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
Finance Minister Mathias Cormann defends last night's federal budget, the government plans to drug test some welfare recipients, and did the budget include anything to make housing affordable?

Budget 2017: What is it, will foreign aid be cut, and remember Jobs PaTH?
Tuesday 09th of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
Explaining the federal budget through a delicious pie metaphor, will the foreign aid budget be redirected into national security, and what happened to the Jobs PaTH program from last year's budget?

France elects moderate Macron, fence jumping, and Chapel St sniffer dogs
Monday 08th of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
France rejects nationalism and elects it's youngest ever president, 39-year-old Emmanuel Macron, mass fence-jumping at Groovin the Moo Canberra, and police sniffer dogs hit Melbourne CBD in an operation to reduce overdoses.

Friday shakeup: Fairfax strike, Turnbull meets Trump, uni fee hike, and the far right
Friday 05th of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with political journalist for The Australian Rosie Lewis and Fairfax reporter Eryk Bagshaw.

UPF leader responds, getting medicinal cannabis, and a new eating disorder strategy
Thursday 04th of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
Far right leader Blair Cottrell responds to John Safran, we find out how to get a prescription to medicinal cannabis, and can a new government strategy stop people with eating disorders taking their own lives?

Uni student mental health problems, and John Safran on the far right
Wednesday 03rd of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
A new report says uni students are more stressed and have higher rates of mental health problems than non-students, and John Safran on his new book, Depends What You Mean By Extremist.

The Government wants to push up uni fees: Is that fair?
Tuesday 02nd of May 2017 01:30:00 AM
We grill Education Minister Simon Birmingham on his proposal to increase fees 7.5 per cent by 2021, and lower the repayment income threshold from $55,000 to $42,000.

Friday shakeup: Yassmin Abdel-Magied's Anzac Day post
Friday 28th of April 2017 01:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with guests Chris May, a 27-year-old veteran who's served two tours in Afghanistan, and feminist writer Clementine Ford.

Fyre Festival fail, and the law around stealthing
Friday 28th of April 2017 01:30:00 AM
A 'once in a lifetime' festival on a private island in the Bahamas descends into chaos, and whether stealthing - when a man removes a condom during sex despite agreeing to wear one - is legally the same as rape.

Avoiding fake news, rent is higher than ever, and going to court over your doco
Thursday 27th of April 2017 01:30:00 AM
How not to get caught out by fake news, a report says just 29 properties in the whole country are affordable for people living on Youth Allowance or Newstart, and meet the doco maker who went to court over her film on PNG, The Opposition.

Trump's first 100 days as President, and the concussion risk of bull riding
Wednesday 26th of April 2017 01:30:00 AM
It's been 100 days since President Donald Trump took office, so how has he gone and does he have any conflicts of interest? Plus, what does getting knocked out 30 times do to a young bull rider's brain?

Do Defence Force recruits know what they're signing up for?
Thursday 20th of April 2017 11:30:00 PM
For Anzac Day, we chat with Defence Force recruiters about the push to sign up more soldiers, and we ask former ADF members if they got what they signed up for.

The Friday Shakeup: 'Australian values', MONA's controversial performance artwork, and gambling ads during sport
Thursday 20th of April 2017 11:30:00 PM
John Slater and Bhakthi Puvanenthiran join us for the Friday Shakeup, as we talk the new citizenship test, a controversial artwork at MONA, and should gambling ads be allowed during sport?

Citizenship test and 457 visa changes, and meet the young bull riding pros
Thursday 20th of April 2017 01:30:00 AM
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton on the citizenship test and changes to 457 visas, and we meet the young bull riders risking all for a win in Australian Professional Bull Riding.

Partner violence, and breaking the cycle of crime in Mount Isa
Wednesday 19th of April 2017 01:30:00 AM
New stats show partner violence is the most common reason for women to be hospitalised, and we go back to Mount Isa, where police and community groups are working with young Indigenous men to break the cycle of reoffending.

London acid attack, and Mount Isa lead poisoning
Tuesday 18th of April 2017 01:30:00 AM
Two Australians are injured in a suspected acid attack at a London nightclub, and we head to Mount Isa, host of this year's One Night Stand, to look at the controversy over lead poisoning of children.

Thursday Shakeup: Non-halal Easter eggs, Regurgitator pulls out, and the limits of crowdfunding
Thursday 13th of April 2017 01:30:00 AM
A special Easter long weekend Thursday shakeup with Hobart comedian Emesha Rudolf and Kirk Docker, co-creator of the ABC series You Can't Ask That.

Prescription drug deaths, Trump and North Korea, and music and memory
Wednesday 12th of April 2017 01:30:00 AM
The story of a 25-year-old man who lost his life to prescription drugs, Trump talks tough on North Korea, and why music floods you with such powerful memories.

Centrelink robo-debts and Merry Christmas ISIS
Tuesday 11th of April 2017 01:30:00 AM
The ombudsman hands down a report on the Centrelink robo-debts, and how the comedy show 'Merry Christmas ISIS' got in trouble with police.

Stockholm and Egypt terror attacks, and are e-cigarettes the future?
Monday 10th of April 2017 01:30:00 AM
Is there any link between the US's cruise missile strike on Friday and the weekend of terror attacks, and one of the world's largest cigarette makers says its wants a 'no smoke future'.

The Friday Shakeup: Trump bombs Syria in retaliation for this week's chemical attack.
Friday 07th of April 2017 01:30:00 AM
Trump has made his first major military move, launching 60 cruise missiles into Syria in retaliation for this week's chemical weapons attack against civilians. We ask the experts what that means for the civil war in Syria.

Syria's devastating chemical attack, terror threat at Gallipoli ANZAC ceremony, and Utopia for realists
Thursday 06th of April 2017 01:30:00 AM
How the world is reacting to the devastating chemical attack in Syria, terror threats to the Gallipoli ANZAC ceremony, and we talk to the young author of Utopia For Realists about creating the perfect world.

Shocking youth homelessness rates, a floorboard ice bust, and rockstar physicist Brian Cox.
Wednesday 05th of April 2017 01:30:00 AM
The cops tell us about the country's biggest ice bust, physicist Brian Cox on why you should check out the stars more, plus did you know 26,000 young people are homeless?

Ayaan Hirsi Ali explains why she cancelled her Aus trip, concerns the uni sex assault survey has been compromised, and being popular at school.
Tuesday 04th of April 2017 01:30:00 AM
Ayaan Hirsi Ali tells Hack why she cancelled her Aus trip; worries the uni sex assault survey has been compromised because the findings won't be public, and being popular at school makes you more likely to smoke and drink.

Why controversial author Ayaan Hirsi Ali cancelled her Aus tour, and mapping women's safety in Melbourne.
Monday 03rd of April 2017 01:30:00 AM
Author, ex-Muslim and anti-Islam campaigner Ayaan Hirsi Ali has cancelled her upcoming tour over security concerns, we speak to her biggest critics; plus the project mapping where Melbourne women feel unsafe.

Friday shakeup: 18C, trigger warnings, Cyclone Debbie, and Youth Minister
Friday 31st of March 2017 12:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with Wyatt Roy, the youngest person ever to be elected to an Australian parliament, back from his trip overseas, and former lawyer turned comedian, Alice Fraser.

Inside Goulburn's SuperMax, and how food addiction can begin
Thursday 30th of March 2017 12:30:00 AM
Inside the Goulburn SuperMax where NSW keeps its radical Islamist prisoners, and is food addiction a thing, how bad can it get, and how do you get it under control?

Trump and climate change, gaming addiction, and Hack Live: Sex Addiction
Wednesday 29th of March 2017 12:30:00 AM
Donald Trump rolls back some of Barack Obama's key climate change policies, how bad does gaming addiction get, and what we learned from the Hack Live: Sex addiction TV show.

Cyclone Debbie, and can you cure sex addiction?
Tuesday 28th of March 2017 12:30:00 AM
Tropical Cyclone Debbie rips through North Queensland, wow do you deal with sex addiction, and do the treatment centres rip people off?

Is sex addiction real?
Monday 27th of March 2017 12:30:00 AM
What is it like being a sex addict, and is sex addiction just an excuse for cheating? We hear from psychologists as well as people who say they're addicted.

Friday shakeup: Ticket scalping, welfare reform, and women's pay in sport
Friday 24th of March 2017 12:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with hip-hop MC and producer Tim Levinson, better known as Urthboy, and TimeOut Australia editorial director Alyx Gorman.

London terror attack, and what a change in your sex drive can signal
Thursday 23rd of March 2017 12:30:00 AM
A suspected Islamist terrorist attacker runs down pedestrians on Westminster Bridge before stabbing a policeman to death, and how too much sex can be a sign of mental illness.

A cancer patient fights Centrelink, the mystery of love, and VR astronaut training
Wednesday 22nd of March 2017 12:30:00 AM
A young terminally ill man is made to spend his last months fighting for his Centrelink payments, what researchers tell us about the mystery of love, and the Melbourne-made Virtual Reality simulator that could be used for astronaut training.

The trouble with being a 'self-reliant Aussie male', and why gut health matters
Tuesday 21st of March 2017 12:30:00 AM
A study of Australian men shows guys who say they're very self-reliant are more likely to think about suicide or self-harm, and how the health of our gut can impact every other aspect of our health.

Calls to decriminalise and tax drugs, and being diagnosed with ovarian cancer
Monday 20th of March 2017 12:30:00 AM
A new report calls for a massive overhaul of drug laws, including regulating and taxing previously illegal drugs, and what it's like being diagnosed with ovarian cancer at 21.

The Coopers boycott, suing a festival, and the perks of a four-day work week.
Friday 17th of March 2017 12:30:00 AM
Why people are boycotting Coopers for their Friday drinks, Elon Musk and Jay Weatherill dominate South Australia's energy debate, and should we have a four-day work week?

Getting scammed on Tinder, the non-rise of the right in the Netherlands, and one year on steroids.
Thursday 16th of March 2017 12:30:00 AM
What's it like to find your photos being used by a scammer on Tinder, Geert Wilders fails to win big in the Netherlands, and we check in with Bryce one year after he told Hack Live he's starting steroids.

Legal action over the Falls stampede, and tackling cyberbullying.
Wednesday 15th of March 2017 12:30:00 AM
Legal action has been filed against Falls Festival over the crowd stampede in Lorne at New Years, and Tara Moss gets real about cyberbullying.

South Australia's new energy plan, and death at an ayahuasca retreat
Tuesday 14th of March 2017 12:30:00 AM
South Australia announces a new gas power plant and battery storage to fix its energy crisis, and the story of a 24-year-old Kiwi tourist, Matthew Dawson-Clarke, who died at an ayahuasca retreat in Peru.

'I Quit Sugar' author on dealing with severe anxiety
Monday 13th of March 2017 12:30:00 AM
Sarah Wilson, author of the bestseller 'I Quit Sugar', tells her story of dealing with severe anxiety and coming to grips with her "clusterf**k of a brain".

The fake doctor, International Women's Day, and the ticket scalping rip-off
Thursday 09th of March 2017 11:30:00 PM
The Friday shakeup with comedian and former triple j Breakfast host Tom Ballard, and former Liberal Party staffer turned political lobbyist, Brigid Meney.

Mental health and travel insurance, and calls for a crackdown on ticket scalping
Wednesday 08th of March 2017 11:30:00 PM
How mental health can affect the money you get from travel insurers, and Choice lodges a complaint against ticket resale websites amid calls for national legislation to address ticket scalping.

International Women's Day: is this the best time to be a woman?
Tuesday 07th of March 2017 11:30:00 PM
Are woman today better off than their mothers' generation, and are you a feminist? Author Jessa Crispin says she doesn't know what the word means anymore.

The gender gap in the Australian music industry
Monday 06th of March 2017 11:30:00 PM
Our second annual Girls To The Front investigation finds the Australian music industry continues to be dominated by men across almost all levels.

What's the I in LGBTQI, and could you forgive a rapist?
Sunday 05th of March 2017 11:30:00 PM
We ride the first ever Intersex float at Sydney Mardi Gras, and South of Forgiveness: the story of a rape survivor who tried to reconcile with her rapist, a former high school boyfriend.

Friday shakeup: Brumbies, penalty rates, and Canberra no-pickup bar
Thursday 02nd of March 2017 11:30:00 PM
The Friday shakeup with Mount Gambier rural reporter Cassandra Steeth and SBS The Feed's Patrick Abboud.

The rangers stopping rhino poaching, and Snowy Mountains brumby cull
Wednesday 01st of March 2017 11:30:00 PM
The dangerous lives of rangers stopping rhino poaching, and thousands of Snowy Mountains brumbies will be culled under a NSW Government plan to reduce numbers from 6,000 to 600 in two decades.

Endometriosis, access to medicinal cannabis, and sperm donor laws
Tuesday 28th of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
New research into endometriosis, access to authorised prescribers of medicinal cannabis, and world-first changes to Victorian laws around finding your sperm donor father.

Qld abortion laws, Palm Island appeal dropped, and 'no change' to s18C
Monday 27th of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
The push to decriminalise abortion in Queensland meets Nationals party opposition, an appeal of the landmark Palm Island decision is dropped, and a parliamentary committee recommends no changes to section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act.

Teaching consent on campus, Sunday penalty rates, and Oscars stuff-ups
Sunday 26th of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
Educating first-year uni students about sexual consent, meet the bosses who are ignoring the reduction in Sunday penalty rates, and all the winners, losers and stuff-ups at the Oscars.

Penalty rates, Tony Abbott, and the sugar tax
Thursday 23rd of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
The Friday shakeup with comedian Becky Lucas and John Slater, writer for The Spectator magazine.

Sunday penalty rates, life in the universe, and the film Teenage Kicks
Wednesday 22nd of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
What the decision to reduce Sunday penalty rates means for you, scientists discover seven Earth-size planets orbiting a nearby star, and we look at a gritty new film about being gay and running away from home.

Israeli PM visit, medicinal cannabis, and Centrelink debt notices
Tuesday 21st of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
What's controversial about Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu's visit to Australia, the Government announces a new arrangement to make medicinal cannabis available within 8 weeks, and what you should do if you get a Centrelink debt notice.

Inside the battle for Mosul, and more questions about Centrelink debt collection
Monday 20th of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
Inside Mosul, the biggest battle anywhere on the planet, and a private debt collector is accused of telling a Centrelink client it is the Australian Government.

Queensland debates abortion, and the sugar tax idea resurfaces
Sunday 19th of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
Queensland's parliament debates decriminalising abortion, a mass GHB overdose in Melbourne, and what do you think of a tax on sugar to reduce obesity?

Friday shakeup: Trump, rental rights, Grant Hackett, and political entitlements
Thursday 16th of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
The Friday shakeup with ABC business reporter with Carrington Clarke and Olympic gold medallist and swimming legend Leisel Jones.

Getting screwed in the rental market, and 3D-printed rhino horns
Wednesday 15th of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
New research shows young people are the most likely to experience discrimination in the rental market, and would flooding the market with 3D-printed rhino horns help save the rhinos?

Kevin Rudd on climate change, Closing the Gap, and Trump
Tuesday 14th of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
Former PM and current Asia-US relations expert

Closing the Gap, and racial dating preferences
Monday 13th of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
A new report card shows Australia is failing to close the gap on Indigenous disadvantage, and what online dating stats tell us about our racial preferences.

Direct democracy, vitamin supplements, and extreme cold therapy
Sunday 12th of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
Can online direct democracy parties 'fix' democracy, why do pharmacists recommend supplements without evidence they work, and meet the men using freezing temps to hack their bodies.

Friday shakeup: Sledging in Parliament, the heatwave, and housing prices
Thursday 09th of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
The Friday shakeup.

Medicinal cannabis supply runs out after police raids
Wednesday 08th of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
Ben Oakley has been using medicinal cannabis to soothe his chronic muscle spasms, but his supply has run out since a key producer was raided by police.

The Book of Mormon, and preventing sex assault in bars
Tuesday 07th of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
The Book of Mormon musical by the creators of South Park comes to Australia, and the Victorian Government will fund a new program to prevent sexual assaults in bars.

Cory Bernardi quits the Liberals, and church sex abuse figures
Monday 06th of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
Who is Cory Bernardi and why does he matter, and would scrapping compulsory celibacy for priests help reduce rates of child sex abuse?

16yo eco-warrior, and intervening to stop festival sexual harassment
Sunday 05th of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
Meet Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, the 16-year-old suing the US Government over climate change, and sexual harassment at festivals - how should you intervene when a stranger is in trouble?

The Friday Shakeup
Thursday 02nd of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
Riffing on the biggest stories of the week - it's Hack's first Friday Shakeup of 2017.

Trump says refugee deal is dumb, and Rainbow Serpent organisers speak
Wednesday 01st of February 2017 11:30:00 PM
Trump says taking 1,250 refugees from Australia is a "dumb deal", Dylan Voller is released on bail, and the organisers of Rainbow Serpent speak out for the first time since the festival death.

Gay conversion therapy, and the trouble with Dr Google
Wednesday 01st of February 2017 12:15:00 AM
What can go wrong when you get medical advice from Google, and Victoria has a new watchdog to crack down on dodgy practitioners of gay conversion therapy.

Rainbow Serpent death and Laneway 1800 hotline
Tuesday 31st of January 2017 12:15:00 AM
A man who died at Rainbow Serpent festival drank amyl nitrate, sources say, and how Laneway's new sexual assault hotline performed on the weekend.

Trump's travel ban
Monday 30th of January 2017 12:15:00 AM
Hack goes deep on President Trump's controversial travel ban causing confusion and chaos in the US.

Hack's Australia Day special
Wednesday 25th of January 2017 02:15:00 PM
Tom Tilley and the Hack team explore some of the different perspectives that Australians have around Australia Day.

Summer Hack: Going deep with David Pocock
Tuesday 24th of January 2017 02:15:00 PM
Rugby legend David Pocock is more vocal about his beliefs than any other elite footballer in Australia. He told Hack about the need to call out prejudice and how he developed an unhealthy body obsession.

Summer Hack: Sex, drugs and Grindr
Monday 23rd of January 2017 02:15:00 PM
Hack explores the ‘chemsex’ scene, where men are taking drugs like ice and GHB so they can have sex for days.

Summer Hack: Women’s rugby champions
Sunday 22nd of January 2017 02:15:00 PM
Since Hack reported on the Australian women's rugby sevens team back in March 2016, they've made history with Olympic gold. We go back to where it all began for the only paid, professional women’s rugby team in the country.

Summer Hack: Living with chronic pain
Wednesday 18th of January 2017 02:15:00 PM
One in five people will experience chronic pain, but some young sufferers say scepticism toward diagnosis and alternative treatments in the health system has let them down. So what’s it like to live with chronic pain in Australia?

Summer Hack: Young. Proud. Extreme.
Tuesday 17th of January 2017 02:15:00 PM
Far right groups have made a comeback in recent years, with Reclaim Australia, the UPF and One Nation grabbing headlines and disaffected votes around the country. Hack looks at the rise of the far right in Australia.

Summer Hack: Grieving for a parent
Sunday 15th of January 2017 02:15:00 PM
Shalialah Medhora speaks to Louise who started the ACT Young People's Bereavement Network after getting a call that changed her life.

Summer Hack: Child Brides
Sunday 15th of January 2017 02:15:00 PM
Bee Al Darraj was eight years old when she watched her 13-year-old sister get married in Sydney’s west. She spoke to Sarah McVeigh about what happened when it was her turn to be a child bride.

Summer Hack: Nature’s lover
Wednesday 11th of January 2017 02:15:00 PM
Jo Lauder gets intimate with nature at Melbourne’s Ecosexual Bathhouse. Sex worker Helena talks ecosexuality and why people want to feel deeply connected to the environment.

Summer Hack: Tattooing over self-harm scars
Tuesday 10th of January 2017 02:15:00 PM
Twenty-two year old tattoo apprentice Whitney Develle was at a party in Brisbane talking to her friend's girlfriend one night, when the girl pointed to the healed slashes running up her arm. She decided to do something to help out.

Summer Hack: Battle over Lyme disease
Monday 09th of January 2017 02:15:00 PM
Hack hears the tragic story of Scott, who took his own life convinced he had Lyme disease - an illness that doctors say doesn’t exist in Australia.

Summer Hack: ISIS wants my boyfriend
Sunday 08th of January 2017 02:15:00 PM
Hack speaks to Soraya who discovered that her boyfriend was in contact with violent Islamic extremists...and what she did to stop him from going to fight in Syria.

Summer Hack: Rapper 360’s secret codeine addiction
Wednesday 04th of January 2017 02:15:00 PM
In 2015, rapper 360 was part-way through a tour of regional Australia with a half-suitcase of clothes and a half-suitcase of painkiller medication. He spoke to Hack about the day he woke up in hospital and his slow recovery from addiction.

Summer Hack: North Korean teen defector
Tuesday 03rd of January 2017 02:15:00 PM
When Hyeonseo Lee crossed the frozen Yalu River to enter China as a teenager, she didn't know if she would ever see her family again. Hyeonseo spoke to Hack about the decision to flee and the regret that followed her.

Summer Hack: Craving the drop
Monday 02nd of January 2017 02:15:00 PM
Totally addicted to bass? Jo Lauder looks at the latest research explaining why the brain craves a good drop.

Summer Hack: Do hangover clinics work?
Sunday 01st of January 2017 02:15:00 PM
Sarah McVeigh tests out Australia’s first hangover clinic...for journalism. And why the Australian Medical Association (AMA) warns against paying someone to inject you with fluids after a big night out.

Summer Hack: Scientology’s ‘penal colony’ in Sydney
Wednesday 28th of December 2016 02:15:00 PM
A young Venezuelan signs a billion-year contract with a notoriously secretive religion, falls in love with the wrong person and is punished at a Western Sydney 'penal colony'. This is a story told by former Hack host Steve Cannane in a new book on Scientology, called Fair Game.

Summer Hack: Race and riots in Kalgoorlie
Tuesday 27th of December 2016 02:15:00 PM
Racial tension reached breaking point in the Western Australian gold mining town of Kalgoorlie after the death of Indigenous teen Elijah Doughty. Hack’s James Purtill spoke to locals just two weeks later.

Summer Hack: Young, bipolar and misdiagnosed
Monday 26th of December 2016 02:15:00 PM
Bipolar sufferers wait an average of six years for a diagnosis. Things can be harder for young people who are told they’re just being moody teens. Shalialah Medhora speaks to Hollie and Jesse about what it means to finally getting diagnosed.

Summer Hack: Exo-man walks again
Sunday 25th of December 2016 02:15:00 PM
Hack meets Conor, the sparky swapping his ute for an exoskeleton. Spinal Cure Australia on what the future holds for wheelchair users.

Summer Hack: Battle of the croc hunters test
Wednesday 21st of December 2016 08:15:00 PM
Things get complicated when a national icon that's also a commercial farm animal makes a habit of eating people.

Summer Hack: Battle of the croc hunters
Wednesday 21st of December 2016 02:15:00 PM
Things get complicated when a national icon that's also a commercial farm animal makes a habit of eating people.

Summer Hack: Preparing for the apocalypse
Tuesday 20th of December 2016 02:15:00 PM
Ever considered doomsday? Hack goes camping with a crew of survivalists - a small but committed community getting ready for the end of civilisation.

Summer Hack: Designer vaginas in demand
Monday 19th of December 2016 04:00:00 PM
Teenage labiaplasty requests are on the rise - but should young girls be allowed to modify their bits? Sarah McVeigh speaks to Hannah, who decided to have a labiaplasty at 21. We also hear from psychologist Dr Ben Buchanan about what to think about before having surgery.

Summer Hack: Cheating death with cryonics
Sunday 18th of December 2016 11:30:00 PM

2016 in review: Life, death, and what we can expect in 2017
Thursday 15th of December 2016 11:30:00 PM
The year in review with comedian Dan Ilic and Muslim writer, engineer and activist Yassmin Abdel-Magied.

2016 in review: Race, gender, 'political correctness' and identity politics
Wednesday 14th of December 2016 11:30:00 PM
The year in review with Federal MP and former Human Rights Commissioner Tim Wilson, and Indigenous author Nayuka Gorrie.

2016 in review: The year in Indigenous affairs and mental health
Tuesday 13th of December 2016 11:30:00 PM
A review of what happened in Indigenous affairs and mental health in 2016 with Black Dog Institute researcher Bridianne O'dea and Liberal Party 2016 election candidate Geoffrey Winters.

2016 in review: The year in science & technology
Monday 12th of December 2016 11:30:00 PM
A review of what happened in science and technology in 2016 with CNET Senior Editor Claire Reilly.

2016 in review: The year in politics
Sunday 11th of December 2016 11:30:00 PM
A review of what happened in politics in 2016 with Guardian Australia Assistant News Editor Bridie Jabour and Simon Breheny, Director of Policy at the Institute of Public Affairs.

Friday shakeup: Emissions trading, music festivals, and ayahuasca
Thursday 08th of December 2016 11:30:00 PM
The Friday shakeup with musician Jake Stone and writer and commentator Sabine Wolff.

Lockout laws relaxed, Christine Assange speaks out, and how teens grieve
Wednesday 07th of December 2016 11:30:00 PM
NSW's lockout laws will be slightly relaxed but Keep Sydney Open says it's not enough, Julian Assange's mother speaks out, and new research shows how teenagers grieve differently to adults.

#CUB55 strike is over, medicinal cannabis problems, and backyard ayahuasca
Tuesday 06th of December 2016 11:30:00 PM
Unions declare victory in CUB brewery workers' strike over pay and conditions, claims the medicinal cannabis scheme is flawed, and meet the Aussie dudes brewing backyard ayahuasca.

The forgotten families of the missing, and game dev courses scrapped
Monday 05th of December 2016 11:30:00 PM
What happens to the families left behind in a missing person case, and how changes to students loans will affect Australia's games deveopment industry.

Victory at Standing Rock, and Live Nation buys Splendour and Falls
Sunday 04th of December 2016 11:30:00 PM
Protesters at Standing Rock celebrate after the US denies access for the Dakota Access Pipeline, and what what the Live Nation sale means for Splendour and Falls Festival.

Wrapping up Hack Live: Swipe Right
Thursday 01st of December 2016 11:30:00 PM
We riff on the biggest stories from last night's Hack Live: Swipe right with Nath Vavlo and Demi Lardner.

Getting exclusive, cheating and the challenges of tech when you're dating.
Wednesday 30th of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
The blurry lines of exclusivity, cheating on tinder, and does tech make it harder to stay faithful?

Matchmaking, arranged marriages, and the agony of choice
Tuesday 29th of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
Reporter Stephen Stockwell goes to a matchmaker, we meet a couple who let their parents arrange their marriage, and how dating apps cook up their algorithms of love.

People giving online dating a bad name
Monday 28th of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
Ghosting, the fadeout, and other issues of Tinder etiquette.

How your dad met your mother, and data-visualising the dating scene
Sunday 27th of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
How dating has changed since your parents hooked up, and what Carin Fishel learned after logging every single detail from every date she went on.

Dutton on Lebanese refugees, plus the US alt-right, and Bali fake drugs
Thursday 24th of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
The Friday shakeup with the Liberal Party's youngest-ever senator, James Paterson, and small business editor at The Age newspaper, Bhakthi Puvanenthiran.

Bali fake drug shakedown scam, and Lyme disease in Australia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
A Perth teenager who was arrested in Bali may have been victim of a shakedown scam, and the tragic story of Scott, who took his own life convinced he had Lyme disease - a disease that doctors say doesn't exist in Australia.

Perth teen drug arrest in Bali, and Stan Grant on changing the narrative
Tuesday 22nd of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
Perth teenager Jamie Murphy is arrested for suspected drug possession in Bali, and the ABC's new Indigenous Affairs Editor, Stan Grant, on what it means to be Indigenous in modern Australia.

How to grieve the loss of a parent, and what is the Hyperloop?
Monday 21st of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
Coming to grips with the death of a parent, and what exactly is the 1200km/h Hyperloop public transport - described as a cross between a Concord, a rail gun and an air-hockey table?

Police shut down Sydney gig, DIY pill testing kits, and meet the Syrian surgeon
Sunday 20th of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
Police in riot gear shut down gig at Sydney's Enmore Theatre, what are the limitations of DIY pill testing kits, and meet the Syrian refugee who taught himself surgery.

Friday shakeup: Shark nets, Obama-Biden bromance, and reporting STIs
Thursday 17th of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
The Friday shakeup with Reuben Styles from Peking Duk and comedian Becky Lucas.

Dead Sea crossing, festival lawyers, and meet Indonesia's popular comedian
Wednesday 16th of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
Swimmers cross the Dead Sea for the first time, more drug festivals are installing lawyers to give free advice, and meet Indonesian female Muslim stand-up comedian, Sakdiyah Ma'ruf.

What your diet means for climate change, and did Assange help Trump?
Tuesday 15th of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
Trump and action on climate change, can your diet help save the planet, and Julian Assange's lawyer dismisses speculation her client helped Trump in order to win a presidential pardon.

Californian pot capitalism, and the Bill Leak racial discrimination case
Monday 14th of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
California votes to legalise recreational marijuana, and why a WA Aboriginal woman dropped her racial discrimination complaint against cartoonist Bill Leak.

Refugees to go to US, Assange to face prosecutors, and supermoon
Sunday 13th of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton on the agreement to re-settle refugees on Nauru and Manus Island in the United States, plus Julian Assange to face prosecution, and what's the fuss about the supermoon?

Friday Shakeup: Why did Trump beat Clinton in the US election?
Thursday 10th of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
How much of a role did her gender play in Hillary Clinton's loss; what can Australia learn about Trump's populist triumph, and should it change out alliance with the States? It's the Friday Shakeup with Junkee politics editor Osman Faruqi and adjunct fellow at the IPA, Georgina Downer, and Sarah McVeigh hosting.

First day of the Trump era, and forced marriage in Australia
Wednesday 09th of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
Protests across the US after Trump is elected to the White House, and running away from home at 15 to escape being married off by your parents.

Donald Trump is the next US President
Tuesday 08th of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
Trump causes a massive upset and beats Hillary Clinton in the US national election.

Bad Girls Advice Facebook page, and the one-armed champion surfer
Monday 07th of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
How one man became the enemy of 50,000 women on the Bad Girls Advice Facebook page, and meet Bethany Hamilton, a one-armed shark attack survivor who is keeping on surfing.

One Nation senator under fire, FBI email investigation, and the American alt-right
Sunday 06th of November 2016 11:30:00 PM
Calls for One Nation Senator Rod Culleton to face High Court, the FBI says it won't investigate Clinton further, and we hear from a leader of the American 'alt-right', Richard Spencer.

Friday shakeup: End of year exams, Melbourne Cup, and men's only workspace
Friday 04th of November 2016 12:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with the Bondi Hipsters's Christiaan Van Vuuren and Daily Mail reporter Lauren Ingram.

Big dirty coal plant to close, and meet the 'Making a Murderer' lawyers
Thursday 03rd of November 2016 12:30:00 AM
What does the closure of Australia's dirtiest coal-fired power plant mean for job prospects in the nearby town of Hazelwood, Victoria, and what we've learned from the 'Making a Murderer' lawyers.

How a feminist petition to stop a film became an own goal
Wednesday 02nd of November 2016 12:30:00 AM
How a feminist petition to stop a film became a massive own goal, what is men's rights, who are the activists, and why some men are calling them out.

Leaving home at 18 without a safety net, and cleaning the ocean
Tuesday 01st of November 2016 12:30:00 AM
What it's like growing up in care and then leaving home at 18 without a safety net, and no chance of moving back home, and could a Dutch boy genius's invention help clean the world's oceans?

Clinton email probe, domestic violence online, and the Melbourne Cup
Monday 31st of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
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Shakeup: Dreamworld deaths, women drinking, and how to break up
Friday 28th of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with Rowan Dix (Joyride) and Jan Fran, co-host of SBS's The Feed.

Life in Antarctica, Dreamworld stays shut, and fear of walking alone
Thursday 27th of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
What it's like living and working in Antarctica, Dreamworld to remain closed amid probe into four deaths, and 63 per cent of Australian women fear walking alone at night.

Tributes flow for Dreamworld victims, and breakup fails
Wednesday 26th of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
Tributes flow for the four who died on the Thunder River Rapids ride at Dreamworld, and what not do after you've been dumped.

Women are drinking more, and arts study 'lifestyle choices'
Tuesday 25th of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
Women catch up with men in equality of alcohol consumption, and why many creative arts programs have been dismissed as 'lifestyle choices' and are no longer eligible for student loans.

Shark attack in NSW, NBOMe and harm minimisation
Monday 24th of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
A listener tells us happened when she took what she believes to be NBOMe, Dr Stephen Bright talks us through how to keep yourself safe on drugs, and the debate over shark nets reignites.

Friday shakeup: NBOMB, shotguns, avo-nomics, and Aussie masculinity
Friday 21st of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with comedian Alice Fraser and WA Young Nationals president Lachlan Hunter.

Tostee found not guilty, Adler shotgun outcry, and the bloke whisperer
Thursday 20th of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
Gable Tostee is found not guilty of murdering Warriena Wright, the outcry over the Adler lever-action shotgun, and we chat to the 'bloke whisperer', Tom Harkin, about what it means to be an Aussie man.

Heritage pub flattened, smashed avocado uproar, and Nujeen Mustafa
Wednesday 19th of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
Illegal wreckers flatten 159-year-old Melbourne pub, do you need to stop ordering smashed avocado so you can save for a house, and the inspiring story of Nujeen Mustafa, who fled Syria in a wheelchair.

Tinder date murder trial, and music video VR
Tuesday 18th of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
The jury prepares to reach a verdict in the Gold Coast Tinder date murder trial, and is virtual reality the future of music videos and live gigs?

Kidnapped girls return, battle for Mosul, and Gold Coast drug overdoses
Monday 17th of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
Nigerian girls kidnapped by Boko Haram reunited with families, the battle to retake the Iraqui city of Mosul from Islamic State begins, and 16 hospitalised for drug overdoses in 24 hours on the Gold Coast.

Trump groping tape, bisexuality, and library matchmaking
Friday 14th of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with comedian Demi Lardner and editor of the Saturday Paper Erik Jensen.

Bisexuality, teen terror charges, and gay hate crime
Thursday 13th of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
Is bisexuality misunderstood, the Western Sydney teens on terror charges, and Sydney's dark history of gay hate crimes.

Shark nets for Ballina, behind Stuxnet, and "morph" porn victim
Wednesday 12th of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
Mike Baird announces NSW will trial shark nets at Ballina and the north coast, the story of Stuxnet, 'the world's first digital weapon', and woman fights to get stolen selfie removed from porn sites.

Labor won't back plebiscite, and Mike Baird's greyhound backflip
Tuesday 11th of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
The Labor caucus formally agrees it will not vote through the Coalition's plebiscite on same-sex marriage, and NSW Premier Mike Baird reverse the ban on greyhound racing.

Trump defends groping tape in second debate
Monday 10th of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
Trump and Clinton face-off in the second presidential debate, only days after a tape emerged of Trump bragging about kissing, groping and trying to have sex with women.

Friday shakeup: Budgies Nine, Aussie car ownership, and #freetheflap
Friday 07th of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with The Chaser's Kirsten Drysdale and Bondi Hipster's Christaan van Vuuren.

Budgie Nine freed, Ford closes in Australia, and love your labia
Thursday 06th of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
The Budgie Nine are freed after four nights in cells in Malaysia, Ford closes its doors in Australia after 90 years, and doctors say more teens are asking about labiaplasty.

Private colleges reform, and the fate of the Budgie Nine
Wednesday 05th of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
Private colleges will no longer be able to use brokers and cold-callers to recruit new students, and what is being done to free Budgie Nine arrested at the Malaysian Grand Prix?

Ballina shark nets, and a new test for concussion injuries
Tuesday 04th of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
A fight is brewing over shark nets in Ballina, where a young surfer was attacked last week, and we speak to footy players about a brand new test for concussion injuries.

The Pill and depression, and how deep footy loyalty goes
Monday 03rd of October 2016 12:30:00 AM
A new Danish study found that women on the pill have a higher risk of depression; and with two footy fairytales over the weekend, we ask what fans get out of their loyalty to footy clubs.

Wyatt's dangerous trip to Iraq, putting humans on Mars, and rebelling against your parents.
Friday 30th of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
Former Coalition MP Wyatt Roy has been slammed for going on a "cowboy" trip to a warzone in Iraq, why is Elon Musk so hellbent on getting humans on Mars, and rebelling against your parents if they're super progressive. It's the Friday Shakeup with Stephen Stockwell in the chair and astronomer Alan Duffy and writer Eleanor Robertson.

Did renewables cause South Australia's blackout and Clementine Ford teaches us how to fight like a girl.
Thursday 29th of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
Did renewable energy blackout South Australia, a Gonzo porn play and how to Fight Like a Girl with Clementine Ford.

Alleged Scientology Sydney 'penal colony', and when you parents go poly
Wednesday 28th of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
Former Hack host Steve Cannane investigates the Church of Scientology, and alleges they had a Western Sydney 'penal colony, and what it's like growing up with polyamorous parents.

Who won the US presidential debate, and narcissism on Instagram
Tuesday 27th of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
Which candidate won the first US presidential debate, and is being on Instagram making you an even worse narcissist?

Marriage plebiscite, Ballina shark attack, and the stress of always being online
Monday 26th of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
Labor and Coalition refuse to compromise on marriage plebiscite, surfer attacked by shark at Ballina, and the stress of being constantly connected.

What went down on #HackLive; and a divided Australia now half of Australia wants a ban on muslim immigration.
Friday 23rd of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
Will the massive support for a ban on muslim immigration divide the country; looking back on our HackLive segment; and is it unfair to ban muckup day?

What happens when your vibrator get hacked, a ban on muslim immigration, and covering up southern cross tattoos.
Thursday 22nd of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
A poll this week has found that half of Australians want a ban on muslim immigration; is everyone who has a southern cross tattoo racist; and because all our devices are now connected to the internet, they could get hacked!

What it's like growing up in Kalgoorlie, and the death of Elijah part 3
Wednesday 21st of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
The final part of our three-part series on the death of Elijah Doughty. How has the death affected young people in Kalgoorlie, what's it been like at the local high school, and how can the town talk about its own racism?

Breaking welfare dependence, re-wilding, and the rise of the far right
Tuesday 20th of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
Social Services Minister Christian Porter unveils a new plan to break welfare dependence, the push to deliberately re-introduce predator animals to Europe, and how Trump, Brexit, and the rise of the far right has affected Australia.

Aussie Patriots: Hack looks at the rise of the far-right in Australia
Monday 19th of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
Extreme right groups have made a comeback in recent years, with Reclaim Australia, the UPF, and One Nation grabbing headlines and disaffected votes around the country. Why? Hack's series on Aussie Patriots looks at the recent rise of the far-right.

Pauline Hanson's maiden speech, the Hottest 100 drama, is the plebiscite over?
Friday 16th of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
We look back on Pauline Hanson's second maiden speech, triple j's decision to keep the Hottest 100 on Aus Day (for now), and the racism and violence that's broken out in Kalgoorlie. It's the Friday Shakeup with the Guardian's Bridie Jabour and AIME CEO Jack Manning-Bancroft.

Kalgoorlie crime, race hate on Facebook, and the death of Elijah part 2
Thursday 15th of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
Part two of our three-part series on the death of Elijah Doughty. We hear complaints about Indigenous teenage crime in Kalgoorlie, and how the town's community Facebook pages became forums for racist abuse.

Gun amnesty, Hanson senate speech, and the death of Elijah part 1
Wednesday 14th of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
The Turnbull government announces a new national gun amnesty, Pauline Hanson gives her maiden Senate speech, and part one on why the death of Elijah Doughty has divided Kalgoorlie.

triple j Hottest 100, marriage plebiscite, and Sydney lockout laws
Tuesday 13th of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
triple j content director Ollie Wards answers questions from listeners about the station's decision to keep this year's Hottest 100 on Australia Day but look at changing the date in coming years.

How paralympic athletes are classified, and the lengths parents go to to get their kids off ice.
Monday 12th of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
We find out about how the Paralympic's classification system works, the latest from Parliament on the same sex marriage plebiscite, and why some parents are mortgaging their houses to get their kids into rehab.

Dasher's gone, dropping out of uni, and Apple's new iphone
Friday 09th of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
Sam Dastyari has resigned from the front bench, uni dropouts are at a decade high, and has Apple gone too far with its new iphone? It's the Friday Shakeup with Tom Tilley, Mark Humphries and Claire Reilly.

Inside the Carlton United beer boycott, and the gender pay gap.
Thursday 08th of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
Unions are claiming Carlton United Breweries have shafted 55 beer workers, so is it worth boycotting your favourite beer? Plus, the gender wage gap.

17yos will no longer be locked up in QLD adult prisons, and we're back croc hunting
Wednesday 07th of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
The QLD Govt wants to stop locking up 17yos in adult prisons, and should we legalise the trophy hunting of crocodiles in the Top End?

Returned soldiers are taking their own lives, and NT croc hunting
Tuesday 06th of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
It's reported more Australian soldiers have taken their lives this year than died in Afghanistan, so do we do enough to help our returned soldiers? Plus we go croc hunting in the Northern Territory.

Female AFL players, Qantas protest, and pokies law suit
Monday 05th of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
Calls to pay female AFL players more after an exhibition match breaks TV records, the girl who held up a Qantas flight is ordered to pay Qantas $3k, and casino faces lawsuit alleging pokies are deceptive.

Sam Dastyari donation controversy, and #nomakeup
Friday 02nd of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with our youngest federal politician, Senator James Paterson, and political commentator Sabine Wolff.

Are Kiwis in Australia getting a rough deal?
Thursday 01st of September 2016 01:30:00 AM
Are New Zealanders in Australia getting a rough deal? We hear from Kiwis facing deportation, and Immigration Minister Peter Dutton.

Barnaby Joyce on milk, 18C, the plebiscite, and fracking
Wednesday 31st of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce faces question on milk prices, 18C, the same-sex marriage plebiscite, a ban on fracking, and Pistol & Boo.

Psyfari festival, and the pros and cons of pill testing
Tuesday 30th of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
What happened at the Psyfari festival police wanted to shut down, and will we see pill testing this festival season?

Payday loans and choosing the right university
Monday 29th of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
What's the deal with payday loans, and how do you know if you're choosing the right university for you?

Search for Earth 2.0, banning the burkini, and SCA lock-in protest
Friday 26th of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with engineer and author Yasmin Abdel Magied and internet punk and software engineer Dan Nolan.

Backpackers' stabbing, wiping student debt, and the search for other worlds
Thursday 25th of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
The latest on the Queensland backpackers' stabbing, will the government wipe out student debt from dodgy private colleges, and the search for a habitable planet.

Could polyamory save your relationship?
Wednesday 24th of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
Hack goes polyamory speed dating.

Steve Wozniak, art student lock-in, and the war in Yemen
Tuesday 23rd of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
The Saudi-led war in Yemen, Sydney arts school students hold a lock-in to protest program cuts, and meet the co-founder of Apple, Steve Wozniak.

Same-sex marriage plebiscite, and banana thrower's friend
Monday 22nd of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
The Government delays the same-sex marriage plebiscite to next year, and a caller defends her friend who allegedly threw a banana at AFL star Eddie Betts.

Squat toilets, Olympic shenanigans, white males, & nude selfies
Friday 19th of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with Sydney Morning Herald and The Age editor Bhakthi Puvanenthiran and Bondi Hipsters' Nick Boshier.

Police respond to victim of schoolgirl porn ring
Thursday 18th of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
Police respond to girl who says she was laughed at by officer when she reported her photos were being shared on a schoolgirl porn ring web site.

Schoolgirl porn ring, nude selfies and the law, and meet Peter Binse
Wednesday 17th of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
Police are investigating a schoolgirl pornography ring targeting more than 70 schools, does the law protect you if you share naked selfies, and meet Peter Binse, one of Australia's most notorious prison escapees.

Bali alcohol ban, transgender girl takes on court, and dodgy record label
Tuesday 16th of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
A group of Indonesian politicians want to ban the sale of alcohol, even in Bali, meet the 16-year-old transgender girl taking on the Family Court, and the young musicians who lost money paying to join a dodgy record label.

Swim team problems, pro-gaming revolution, and Leyonhjelm complains
Monday 15th of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
Did our Olympic swim team choke? The rise of pro-gaming in Australia, and Senator David Leyonhjelm complains to the Human Rights Commission after being called an "angry white male".

Nauru files, Rio Olympics, home-living anti-boner
Friday 12th of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with lawyer and 2016 Liberal party candidate Geoffrey Winters, and Time Out magazine's Alyx Gorman.

The living at home anti-boner, and wiping away hectic student debts
Thursday 11th of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
Are young people having less sex because they live with their parents, and should hectic student debts at dodgy private colleges be wiped from the record?

Massive leak of Nauru data, and what went wrong on census night
Wednesday 10th of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
Former Nauru detention centre workers have turned whistleblowers after the largest ever leak of detention centre data, and exactly what went wrong on census night?

Women's rugby sevens gold, and the 'wild west' of underage gambling
Tuesday 09th of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
Australia's women's rugby sevens team wins gold, and how the trade in virtual in-game items is creating a 'wild west' of underage gambling.

Greyhound racing ban, and fact-checking Malcolm Roberts
Monday 08th of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
Meet the greyhound trainers and trackside punters affected by the NSW racing ban, and how scientists respond to Malcolm Roberts's climate change denialism.

Cryogenics, Rio Olympics, and Malcolm Roberts
Friday 05th of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with Kirk Docker, producer of the new TV show 'You can't ask that', and the Chaser's Alex Lee.

One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts, and cheating death by cryonics
Thursday 04th of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
Australia elects four One Nation senators, including former coal miner Malcolm Roberts, and will it ever be possible to cheat death by cryonics?

Prison treatment referred to UN, genes and depression, and sign language at the footy
Wednesday 03rd of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
Prison treatment of intellectually disabled man Malcolm Morton referred to the UN, identifying the genes linked with depression, and the call for sign language at the AFL grand final.

#censusfail gathers momentum, and the genetic link to depression
Tuesday 02nd of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
Defence groups wary of new data retention laws for 2016 census, and scientists discover how your genetics influence your chance of getting depression.

NT royal commission, and the science of the bass drop
Monday 01st of August 2016 01:30:00 AM
Warren Mundine calls Brian Martin a 'wimp' after the former NT chief justice stands down from the royal commission, and why our brains are addicted to bass and crave the drop.

Tinder slut-shaming, and juvenile detention.
Friday 29th of July 2016 01:30:00 AM
The Friday shake-up with Sarah McVeigh.

Transgender athletes, and diagnosing bipolar
Thursday 28th of July 2016 01:30:00 AM
Do transgender athletes have an edge over their competitors, and will this be a big issue at Rio 2016? And why does it take six years on average to diagnose bipolar disorder?

Russian doping scandal, Clinton wins nomination, and drone warfare
Wednesday 27th of July 2016 01:30:00 AM
The Australian Women's Eight gets a call to go to Rio thanks to Russian doping, Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic Party nomination, and whistleblowers reveal secrets of US drone warfare.

Royal Commission into NT juvenile detention
Tuesday 26th of July 2016 01:30:00 AM
What's the political fallout of revelations of abuse in Northern Territory juvenile detention?

Chronic pain, and the hidden cost of animal selfies
Monday 25th of July 2016 01:30:00 AM
Can you think yourself out of chronic pain, and what's the cost of animal selfies in south-east Asia?

Offensive Wicked vans, and dating despite parental disapproval
Thursday 21st of July 2016 01:30:00 AM
Will Queensland's move to deregister offensive Wicked camper vans be a knockout blow in the eight-year ad standards battle? And what it's like dating someone when your parents disapprove.

Chicken animal cruelty, treating anorexia, and drugs at Splendour
Wednesday 20th of July 2016 01:30:00 AM
Graphic video shows 'useless' male chicks being killed at hatchery, a Canadian professor says we should treat anorexia with emotions, and police warn they will rip up your ticket if you take drugs into Splendour.

#NeverTrump at the RNC, Black Lives Matter, and the road to the App Store
Tuesday 19th of July 2016 01:30:00 AM
Anti-Trump protests at the Republican National Convention, Tory Russell on the Black Lives Matter movement, and the final part a young game developer's mission to get on the App Store.

Turkey attempted coup, new Cabinet revealed, and the road to the App Store
Monday 18th of July 2016 01:30:00 AM
What happened at Turkey's attempted coup, the Turnbull Government announces a new Cabinet, and a young game developer's journey to get on the App Store.

Bastille Day terror attack, Pokemon Go and public eye-gazing
Friday 15th of July 2016 01:30:00 AM
The Friday shake-up with Georgina Downer from the Institute of Public Affairs, writer and farmer Sam Vincent, and national security expert Tobias Feakin.

Same sex marriage plebiscite, public eye gazing, and women's rugby sevens
Thursday 14th of July 2016 01:30:00 AM
The latest on the promised same sex marriage plebiscite, why are strangers in parks gazing into each other's eyes, and will karaoke win our women's rugby sevens team Olympics gold?

Trouble in the South China Sea, and PokemonGO controversy
Wednesday 13th of July 2016 01:30:00 AM
Tension in the South China Sea after China refuses to recognise international arbitration, where should you definitely not be playing PokemonGO, and what information is the app sharing with Nintendo?

Anne Aly, Pokemon GO, and the medical weed industry
Tuesday 12th of July 2016 01:30:00 AM
Meet Australia' first female MP, Anne Aly, Pokemon GO is unexpectedly good for your mental health, and will big pharma lock growers out of the new medical weed industry?

US police shooting protests, greyhound racing ban, and ice 'inhalation rooms'
Monday 11th of July 2016 01:30:00 AM
'Black lives matter, police lives matter' protesters in the US, calls to undo NSW's ban on greyhound racing, and will supervised ice-smoking rooms prevent drug deaths?

Five cops dead in Dallas shooting, Greyhounds, and an election result, finally?
Friday 08th of July 2016 01:00:00 AM
We talk to a witness at the Dallas police shooting during the Black Lives Matter rally, plus NSW's greyhound ban, and the election fallout.

The end of NSW greyhound racing and the Chilcot Report fallout.
Thursday 07th of July 2016 01:00:00 AM
NSW ends greyhound racing and what the Chilcot Report has taught us about going to war.

Rescuing dogs from a Chinese dog meat festival, plus the FBI lets Hillary off
Wednesday 06th of July 2016 01:00:00 AM
Meet the guy going undercover to rescue thousands of dogs from being slaughtered at a Chinese dog-eating festival. Plus, what does it mean for the US presidential campaign now the FBI has announced it won't be charging Hillary Clinton over the email scandal?

Counting resumes, meet the new MPs, & the effect of Qld's new lockout laws
Tuesday 05th of July 2016 01:00:00 AM
We got to a polling booth where they've resumed counting votes after a two-day break, meet NXT MP Rebekah Sharkie and new Senator Derryn Hinch, and Queensland venues report a drop in trade following new lockout laws.

WTF happened in the election & meet the first-ever female Indigenous MHR
Monday 04th of July 2016 01:00:00 AM
WTF happened in the election on Saturday? When will we have a Parliament? And meet Linda Burney, the first-ever female Indigenous Member of the House of Reps.

Let's vote: Friday shakeup election party
Friday 01st of July 2016 01:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with Lisa Chesters, James Paterson, Craig Reucassel and first-time voters Chloe and Dom.

Let's vote: Jobs
Thursday 30th of June 2016 01:00:00 AM
Hack covers jobs, unemployment, internships and apprenticeships in this hour-long election party special.

Let's vote: Climate and renewables
Wednesday 29th of June 2016 01:30:00 AM
Hack covers climate change, renewables and the Great Barrier Reef in this hour-long election party special.

Let's vote: Mental health
Tuesday 28th of June 2016 01:30:00 AM
Warning: this story discusses suicide. Hack talks mental health in this hour-long election special.

Let's vote: Higher education
Monday 27th of June 2016 01:30:00 AM
Hack covers education, university funding and vocational training in this hour-long election party special.

Brexit, Eddie McGuire, and the War on Young People
Friday 24th of June 2016 01:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with Georgina Downer and Osman Fauqi.

PTSD, US gun laws, and debt
Thursday 23rd of June 2016 01:30:00 AM
The War Memorial honours Defence members wounded psychologically, would Australian-style gun laws work in the US?, and why Gen Y is already in so much debt.

Underemployment and job insecurity
Wednesday 22nd of June 2016 01:30:00 AM
Meet cake-baking 'eternal intern' Georgia Leaker and house-sitting Uber driver Ben Phillips - two young people with portfolio careers.

Brexit, and moving out of home
Tuesday 21st of June 2016 01:30:00 AM
What is Brexit and what will it mean for Britain?, and Hack reporter Ange McCormack moves out of home.

'That Tinder girl', and housing affordability
Monday 20th of June 2016 01:30:00 AM
Language warning: 'That Tinder girl' Olivia Melville responds after Zane Alchin pleads guilty to online harassment, and Assistant Minister for Cities Angus Taylor discusses housing affordability.

Orlando mass shooting, more Bob Katter, and week six of the campaign
Friday 17th of June 2016 01:30:00 AM
The Friday shakeup with Zoe Coombs Marr and Mo El-leissy.

Greens Leader Richard Di Natale
Thursday 16th of June 2016 01:30:00 AM
Greens Leader Richard Di Natale answering your questions live in the studio.