ABC Radio Current Affairs

‘Russians take to the streets in largest protests in five years’ (The World Today, 27 March 2017)

‘Vietnam’s Lady Gaga hits Australia with political new album’ (AM, 12 March 2017)

‘Donald Trump launches blistering attack on the media’ (The World Today, 17 February 2017)
‘Radical new vaccine proves completely effective against malaria’ (The World Today, 16 February 2017)
‘Melbourne council makes acknowledgement of traditional land owners optional’ (The World Today, 15 February 2017)
‘Vic researchers working on roadside test to identify drowsy drivers’ (The World Today, 13 February 2017)
‘Donald Trump slams nuclear deal he doesn’t know about: report’ (The World Today, 10 February 2017)

‘Alexei Navalny found guilty and barred from running against Vladimir Putin in next election’ (The World Today, 9 February 2017)

‘Israel passes controversial settlement law’ (The World Today, 6 February 2017)
‘Calls for tighter regulations on herbal medicines’ (The World Today, 6 February 2017)
‘Experts concerned about Turnbull’s emphasis on clean coal’ (The World Today, 2 February 2017)
‘Girlfriend of Sydney siege gunman sentenced to 44 years in prison for the murder of his ex-wife’ (PM, 1 February 2017)
‘Quebec shooting prompts reflection on Islamophobia’ (The World Today, 1 February 2017)
‘Russia moves to decriminalise domestic violence’ (PM, 31 January 2017)
‘High NSW prisoner numbers leading to overcrowding and assault’ (PM, 30 January 2017)
‘Scientists advance Doomsday Clock due to nuclear weapons, climate and Trump’ (The World Today, 27 January 2017)

‘Federer defeats Mischa Zverev in surprise comeback’ (PM, 25 January 2017)

‘Syria talks in Kazakhstan hailed a success’ (The World Today, 25 January 2017)
‘Civil rights activists descend on Washington DC to protest Trump’s inauguration’ (PM, 16 January 2017)
‘Deployment of US troops in Poland a “threat to Russia’s security”: Kremlin’ (The World Today, 13 January 2017)
‘Scientists provide clearer picture of links between stress and heart disease’ (PM, 12 January 2017)
‘Raw prawn imports “too little too late”: farmers’ (AM, 7 January 2017)
‘Records tumble at World Darts Championship’ (PM, 3 January 2017)
‘Trump promises new information on Russian alleged hacking during election’ (PM, 2 January 2017)

‘Dictionaries and word nerds debate the word of the year’ (AM, 31 December 2016)

‘UN Security Council resolution demands end to Israeli settlement building’ (AM, 27 December 2016)
‘Promised Govt funding for amphetamine treatment urgently needed: Odyssey House’ (AM, 19 December 2016)
‘A third of smokers believe health dangers of smoking exaggerated’ (PM, 15 December 2016)

‘Never-ending war on Christmas as old as the holiday itself’ (The World Today, 15 December 2016)

‘Tensions erupt between US and Russia’ (The World Today, 14 December 2016)
‘International community responds to the fall of Aleppo’ (AM, 14 December 2016)
‘Aleppo falls to Assad Government but rebels vow to fight on’ (The World Today, 13 December 2016)
‘Trump calls Russia hack claims “ridiculous”, declines briefings on grounds he’s a “smart person”‘ (The World Today, 12 December 2016)
‘Syrian army halts Aleppo attack to allow civilians to flee’ (The World Today, 9 December 2016)
‘Palaeontologists celebrate discovery of 99 million-year-old dinosaur bones in amber’ (AM, 9 December 2016)
‘Call for investigation into airlines’ business practices’ (The World Today, 6 December 2016)
‘Austrian independent defeats right-wing candidate for presidency’ (The World Today, 5 December 2016)
‘Following Trump, France’s Le Pen hopes to ride populist wave to victory’ (The World Today, 17 November 2016)
‘Earth records hottest year on record as climate-denier Trump comes to power’ (The World Today, 15 November 2016)
‘2016 likely to be the hottest on record: UN’ (AM, 15 November 2016)

‘Russia, Trump inspire Baltic self-defence as NATO ramps up posture’ (The World Today, 14 November 2016)

‘Trump presidency may result in greater Australian policy freedom in Asia-Pacific’ (AM, 10 November 2016)

‘Australians saving money the wrong way: study’ (AM, 9 November 2016)

‘Somalia named the most dangerous country for journalists for the second year’ (The World Today, 7 November 2016)

‘Murders of Latin American activists hits record highs’ (PM, 3 November 2016)

‘Mexican drug war murders on the rise’ (PM, 2 November 2016)

‘Geoengineering may be needed to address climate change: report’ (The World Today, 2 November 2016)

‘CSIRO researchers create artificially intelligent “Nightmare Machine” for Halloween’ (PM, 31 October 2016)

‘Procedures not followed in wake of Sydney University data breach, report finds’ (PM, 14 October 2016)

‘Bid to give African elephants highest level of international legal protection rejected’ (PM, 13 October 2016)

‘New English-Yiddish dictionary brings Jewish language into the 21st Century’ (The World Today, 12 October 2016)

‘Ten years since murder of Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya’ (PM, 11 October 2016)

‘Voice of North Vietnamese propaganda dies’ (PM, 5 October 2016)

‘Biggest Atlantic hurricane in a decade bearing down on Haiti’ (PM, 4 October 2016)


‘Erdogan wins Turkey’s election—by smaller margin than predicted’ (Interviewed by Mark Colvin) (PM, 11 August 2014)

‘Russia goes to the polls but this time with dissent’ (Interviewed by Mark Colvin) (PM, 1 March 2012)