Season 13, Episode 33 (The Age Of Loneliness)

4.3 34 x
The pandemic has cut us off from our communities, workplaces and each other. We interact online more, but our sense of isolation is growing. Loneliness is predicted to be the next public health epidemic of the 21st Century.

Season 13, Episode 32 (Border Wars)

4.5 53 x
The political battle over state borders is heating up. Hard border closures are helping contain COVID cases but have caused massive problems for business, health care workers and families in need of medical attention.

Season 13, Episode 31 (Panel Of Wisdom)

4.0 61 x
We draw on the collective wisdom of some highly respected Australians. How do their life experiences shape what they take away from the COVID-19 crisis? Where do they think our focus should be? How do they imagine our future?

Season 13, Episode 30 (Generation Covid)

4.0 14 x
Young Aussies are facing unemployment, underemployment, drained savings and super, bigger debts, disrupted school life and serious mental health challenges. COVID is making young people fearful and anxious about their future.

Season 13, Episode 29

3.0 22 x
The pandemic has turned Australia in two parts: the states opening up and those locked down. With border closures in place, how do we stay united? In the time of COVID it's vital we trust our media and sources of information.

Season 13, Episode 28 (State Of Disaster)

4.5 11 x
The impact of Victoria's state of disaster: Will businesses survive and what powers do police and state government have? How will border closures impact the nation? How do we look after our mental and emotional wellbeing?

Season 13, Episode 27 (The Frontline)

3.5 10 x
Hamish Macdonald is joined by a panel of frontline workers and medical experts leading the fight against COVID. What are the lessons learned so far? Were we too complacent? How are hospitals and frontline staff holding up?

Season 13, Episode 26 (Fight Of Our Lives)

3.0 19 x
The pandemic has already taken a terrible economic toll and the recovery will take longer than predicted. Who will benefit and who will lose out from reduced subsidies? Will it be enough to keep our hardest-hit sectors going?

Season 13, Episode 25 (Disrupted Recovery)

3.0 5 x
The path to our new normal is changing rapidly. As life opens up for much of the country, our two most populated states are battling to contain a growing number of COVID cases. How long can we afford this stop-start scenario?

Season 13, Episode 24 (Julia Gillard)

4.0 23 x
In a Q+A special, Hamish Macdonald is joined by Former Prime Minister Julia Gillard as she reflects of her political career, experiences on the world stage and her passion for education, equality and mental health support.