Flashpoint

Season 7
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Season 7, Episode 32

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Tim McMillan hosts Western Australia’s only TV public affairs program, with interviews and feature stories that viewers care about and need to know. Also features Ben Harvey’s take on current events.
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Season 7, Episode 31

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The straight talking health coach slamming the billion dollar industry that promotes weight loss fads. Plus, our experts discuss the Covid inquiry, political donations, council elections and the idea of surge pricing at the pub.
22:00

Season 7, Episode 30

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How could it happen again? Danny Hodgson’s attacker released from jail and allegedly assaults a female shop assistant. And why aren’t all Perth councils signing up to the State Government plan to reduce landfill?
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Season 7, Episode 29

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See the first hand account of how social media and phone addiction got out of hand for these Perth teenagers & what they did to overcome it. Plus expert tips for parents on how to keep their children safe online.
22:00

Season 7, Episode 28

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The woman helping West Australian consumers fight scammers and dodgy traders. Plus, urgent calls to stop the plague of domestic violence cases.
22:00

Season 7, Episode 27

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Exclusive interview with incoming Fremantle Dockers President, on 2023 performance, Woodside sponsorship and whether coach Justin Longmuir is the right person for the job.
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Season 7, Episode 26

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What will be the lasting legacy of the Matildas’ success and has the round ball game finally arrived to challenge the dominant sporting codes in Australia? Plus, Eagles legend John Worsfold joins Ryan Daniels to review and strategise after a dreadful season for West Coast and Fremantle.
22:00

Season 7, Episode 25

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A former transport executive explains why the 18-month shutdown of the Armadale train line isn’t necessary, as Transport Minister Rita Saffioti hits back.
22:00

Season 7, Episode 24

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How will the world of Artificial Intelligence effect your life? This episode explores how AI is changing the way we work, how education is adapting and if creativity is doomed.
25:00

Season 7, Episode 23

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As both major political parties claim victory in the Rockingham by-election, Tim McMillan speaks to the experts and candidates involved to find out what it means for broader Western Australia.
22:00

Season 7, Episode 22

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As cost of living pressures mount, meet the single Mum speaking out about living in a caravan to escape spiralling rental prices. Plus, did the WA Government make the right call to ignore the Commonwealth Games?
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Season 7, Episode 21

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The fight for the former Premier’s seat of Rockingham. Find out why it means so much to the major political parties. Plus, should high powered e-scooters be legalised in WA?
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Season 7, Episode 18

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Do more speed cameras hold the key to reducing WA’s rising road toll? Road Safety Commissioner fronts up to explain why he thinks the answer is yes.
21:00

Season 7, Episode 17

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How far can you push yourself? Tim McMillan sits down with Phil Gore, the West Aussie ultra runner and world record holder, to find out how he does it.
22:00

Season 7, Episode 16

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Exclusive results and vision of a Police crackdown in entertainment precincts across Perth. Are the new laws working or have they gone too far?
22:00

Season 7, Episode 15

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New state laws to protect Aboriginal culture and heritage are under fire from city and regional land owners, ahead of its rollout on July 1st.
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Season 7, Episode 14

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After a tumultuous two weeks in state politics, the new Premier and his Deputy are craving stability. Meanwhile their cabinet reshuffle caught some off guard, as they begin the unenviable task of following in Mark McGowan’s footsteps.
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Season 7, Episode 13

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How the bombshell resignation of Premier Mark McGowan has thrown WA politics in its head. Plus, details that both state and federal governments don't want taxpayers to know about the empty Bullsbrook Quarantine facility.
22:00

Season 7, Episode 12

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Perth parents put the WA mental health system front and centre of a coronial inquest into the death of their son Ashley Fildes. Plus, the fallout from a school shooting in Perth’s northern suburbs.
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Season 7, Episode 11

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Federal Treasurer Jim Chalmers joins Tim McMillan for an extended interview about his political aspirations. Ben Harvey slams the State Government for its handling of the crisis facing Banksia Hill Detention Centre.
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