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Sinopsis

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.

Episodios

  • WED 20 MAY - World Health Assembly COVID-19 investigation gets green light

    WED 20 MAY - World Health Assembly COVID-19 investigation gets green light

    19/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    An investigation into the coronavirus pandemic has got the green light, how will it work and when will it begin? The Foreign Minister Marise Payne joins AM; Why did a Senate inquiry into family violence fail to take any submissions or hold any hearings? And pack your bags - New South Wales eases regional travel restrictions, bringing relief for struggling tourism operators.

  • TUE 19 MAY - China imposes crippling tariff on Australian barley

    TUE 19 MAY - China imposes crippling tariff on Australian barley

    18/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    Barley blow - China slaps crippling tariffs on Australian barley in a rapid escalation of trade tensions; A win on the world stage, the Federal Government gets it way for an international probe into the coronavirus pandemic; And border bans, fears the domestic tourism industry could be hit hard if some state borders remain closed. 

  • MON 18 MAY - Countries back call for UN COVID probe

    MON 18 MAY - Countries back call for UN COVID probe

    17/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    At the UN World Health Assembly, more than 60 countries have backed a draft motion by the EU and Australia calling for an independent probe into the COVID-19 pandemic; Prison lockdowns spark a spike in attempts to smuggle in drugs through the mail; And the supermarket tactics that make it hard to avoid buying junk food.

  • SAT 16 MAY - Chinas beef with Australia

    SAT 16 MAY - China's beef with Australia

    15/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    Can Australia pursue an inquiry into the origins of coronavirus without entering a trade war?

  • FRI MAY 15 - Calls for women not to be forgotten in economic recovery

    FRI MAY 15 - Calls for women not to be forgotten in economic recovery

    14/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    New report warns Australia isn't ready for a new era of instability; Women the majority of workers who have lost their jobs during crisis; And outback communities looking forward to their local pub reopening

  • THU 14 MAY - Queensland Government bids to save Virgin Australia

    THU 14 MAY - Queensland Government bids to save Virgin Australia

    13/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    The Queensland Government's bid to save Virgin Australia; Life on the ground in New York; And a new study shows that far too many of us are in the habit of going to work sick

  • WED 13 MAY - China stops taking Australian beef

    WED 13 MAY - China stops taking Australian beef

    12/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    Halt on beef trade with China sends shivers through other export markets; A top American doctor warns of the consequences of a premature lifting of lockdown restrictions; University staff offer to take a pay cut in order to keep their jobs.

  • TUE 12 MAY - Treasurer to reveal economic cost of COVID-19

    TUE 12 MAY - Treasurer to reveal economic cost of COVID-19

    11/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    Budget day delayed, the Treasurer to outline the immense cost of the coronavirus pandemic, as businesses slowly reopen; Nurses plead to be given more responsibility in caring for patients with chronic illnesses; And digital divide - the charity helping students stay connected while they learn from home. 

  • MON 11 MAY - Last slab of bushfire funding announced

    MON 11 MAY - Last slab of bushfire funding announced

    10/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    The Federal Government is today announcing that the latest slab of funding from the Bushfire Recovery Fund, worth $650 million, will be spent on ideas from locals in ten regions; The Morrison government is facing the two largest budget deficits in Australian history thanks to the coronavirus pandemic; And the grassroots campaign fighting to save small businesses hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • SAT 09 MAY - Australias economic recovery

    SAT 09 MAY - Australia's economic recovery

    08/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    There is a plan to reawaken Australia’s economy, but how difficult will it be to follow?

  • FRI 08 MAY - National Cabinet to decide on Australias way out of lockdown

    FRI 08 MAY - National Cabinet to decide on Australia's way out of lockdown

    07/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    National Cabinet meets to plan rolling back coronavirus restrictions, but a warning it won't happen quickly; As we wait for the staged relaxation, some Australians can taste freedom; And the taxi drivers helping to fuel the illegal market for alcohol in regional Australia. 

  • THU 07 MAY - COVID-19 outbreak at Newmarch House under scrutiny

    THU 07 MAY - COVID-19 outbreak at Newmarch House under scrutiny

    06/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    A troubled Sydney aged care home at centre of one of the nation's biggest coronavirus outbreaks could have its licence revoked; Two Sydney men organise rescue flight for 300 Australians stranded in India; And how do you decide who gets a COVID-19 vaccine, if one is found?

  • WED 06 MAY - Australia getting back to work

    WED 06 MAY - Australia getting back to work

    05/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    How can businesses get back on their feet? Even as restrictions are eased, it's definitely not going to be business as usual; And the push to charge a levy on all Australian dairy products.

  • TUE 03 MAY - COVID-19 lockdown costs Australia $4 billion per week

    TUE 03 MAY - COVID-19 lockdown costs Australia $4 billion per week

    04/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    $4 billion: the grim weekly cost of coronavirus lockdowns to Australia's economy; New Zealand's Prime Minister joins a national cabinet meeting to discuss a trans-Tasman travel bubble; And world leaders pledge $12 billion to fund a COVID-19 vaccine and treatment research.

  • MON 4 MAY - Pompeo says China concealed corona threat

    MON 4 MAY - Pompeo says China concealed corona threat

    03/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has accused China of doing everything it could to mislead the world about the true danger of the coronavirus; Apprenticeships on hold and jobs lost - the young Australians facing an uncertain future; And we hear from the health workers experiencing the emotional toll on the frontline of the fight against coronavirus.

  • SAT 02 MAY - The view from New Yorks frontline

    SAT 02 MAY - The view from New York's frontline

    01/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    Could tracking oxygen levels be key in the fight against COVID-19? And could this pandemic change the way we work?

  • FRI 1 MAY - COVID-19 not manmade but origins unclear

    FRI 1 MAY - COVID-19 not manmade but origins unclear

    30/04/2020 Duración: 30min

    Diplomatic freeze - as corona tensions continue to rise, so do fears that Australia and China may struggle to repair a fractured relationship; In an unlikely alliance, the CFMEU and the peak building body are calling for more funding for social housing projects to boost the economy; And our healthcare systems will never be the same again after the coronavirus, so are "virtual hospitals" the future?

  • THU 30 APR - Fake COVID-19 treatments on the dark web

    THU 30 APR - Fake COVID-19 treatments on the dark web

    29/04/2020 Duración: 30min

    An Australian investigation reveals the fake coronavirus treatments being peddled on the dark web; US economy records its biggest slump in more than a decade; And remote students and families waiting to find out when boarding schools will reopen

  • WED 29 APR - Fed Govt pushes back against Beijings boycott threat

    WED 29 APR - Fed Gov't pushes back against Beijing's boycott threat

    28/04/2020 Duración: 30min

    China defends its ambassador to Australia as the Federal Government pushes back against Beijing's boycott threat; The Federal Government offers billions to private schools to reopen classrooms; Mining magnate Andrew Forrest has used his business ties in China to get his hands on 10 million COVID-19 tests for Australia.  

  • TUE 28 APR - Fed Govt calls on China to explain boycott threat

    TUE 28 APR - Fed Gov't calls on China to explain boycott threat

    27/04/2020 Duración: 30min

    The Australian Government calls on the Chinese ambassador to explain his threat of a consumer boycott; And the insurance industry under scrutiny as it handles thousands of claims for cancelled holidays. 

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