Chris Kenny examines the issues dominating the day's agenda, providing the first take on leading opinion and giving viewers a jump-start on a fast-moving national news cycle.
China sends a message to the world as it tries to dominate Taiwan, Albo takes a holiday after 11 weeks in the top job, plus, Chris Kenny interviews twin Holocaust survivors on their 100th birthday.
Nationals MPKeith Pitt discusses with Chris Kenny the Biloela family being granted permanent residency. Plus, the impact of Labor’s climate bill on energy prices.
Climate alarmism dominates in Canberra. One Nation leader Pauline Hanson joins the show to speak about this. Plus, the South Australian Premier denies reintroducing masks.
Tensions continue to boil between China and Taiwan, Stuart Ayres resigns as NSW Trade Minister amid allegations of a breach of ministerial conduct, plus, guests Liz Storer and Justin Smith join Chris for the Wednesday Wrangle.
As expected, interest rates have climbed another 0.5%, NSW Trade Minister Stuart Ayres refuses to step down following Barilaro kerfuffle, plus, the U.S. kills al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri in a targeted drone attack.
Albo outlines a proposal for an Indigenous Voice, Greens senator Lidia Thorpe calls the Queen a 'coloniser' while sworn in to the Senate, plus, damning evidence implicates Stuart Ayes' alleged involvement in Barilaro's New York trade role.
Chris breaks down the first sitting week of the new Albanese government. Plus, Chris breaks down the Queensland governments $220 million white elephant quarantine facility.
The PM slammed over Labor's links to the CFMEU. Plus, Treasurer Jim Chalmers warns of tough economic times ahead.
The hustle and bustle of question time is back as Labor's links to the unions are exposed. Plus, Senator Pauline Hanson snubs Welcome to Country.
Federal parliament resumes as the Greens already start pressuring the PM on climate targets. Plus, Katherine Deves joins Chris Kenny to discuss tolerance in the NRL.
Jeopardizing Australia's energy security with a legislated emissions reduction plan. Plus, a sneak peek into 'Your ABC Exposed'.
New figures from the ABS showing one in two females aged between 16 and 24 have experienced a mental health disorder in the last 12 months. Plus, Nationals Senator Bridget McKenzie joins the program to discuss the foot- and mouth disease threat.
Political correctness seeps into our maternity wards. Plus, Albanese's myopic plan to legislate on an emissions reduction target.
Foot-and-mouth disease detected in Australia. Plus, serious misconduct and corruption found in our state governments.
The Teals gear up for campaigns in upcoming state elections. Plus, the plan to unite the Coalition on climate and emissions reduction.
Bob Carr gets it all wrong on China just as Beijing lashes out at Richard Marles. Plus, an update from Ukraine, and the ABC's COVID hysteria.
Chinese bureaucrats are looking at ending the ban on Australian coal. Plus, Keith Pitt and Graham Richardson join the program to breakdown the week in politics.
COVID-19 cases are on the march with the Queensland Premier pushing for National Cabinet to reconvene. Plus, why the government must be proactive about the Indonesian foot-and-mouth outbreak.
The Greens' plan to hold us all to political ransom on climate. Plus, the U.S. get serious about countering China's influence in the Pacific.
Albanese outlines details of his outlandish climate plan. Plus, vaccine mandates go too far as some of Bondi's famous lifesavers are let go for not getting the jab.
The Barilaro saga heats up after explosive evidence was given at a parliamentary inquiry. Plus, China gives Australia a list of demands, and ABC's Q&A continues to suffer from low ratings.
Penny Wong has arrived in Bali for the G20 summit and will meet with China’s foreign minister. Plus, Chris talks to a liberal senator to breakdown Boris Johnson’s resignation.
Mainstream media amplifies climate alarmism. Plus, Linda Burney joins Chris Kenny to discuss the Indigenous Voice to Parliament.
Albanese dithers on raising the Warragamba Dam wall. Plus, Daniel Andrews extends Victoria's pandemic emergency declaration for another three months.
Climate doomsayer goes missing during the flood crisis. Plus, electric vehicles are set to stress the power grid.