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ABC's unmissable Monday night line-up returns

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Monday nights are unmissable viewing on the ABC in 2018 with the return of Australia’s best and most trusted investigative journalism, storytelling and discussion, delivered by the nation’s most respected journalists

On Monday 5 February, AUSTRALIAN STORY is back at its life-affirming best for another year with a range of moving, surprising and engaging stories that traverse Australia’s geographic and emotional landscapes – from a high-profile gay wedding in Sydney to a story of our country’s ancient history, from ballet superstars and sporting sensations to stories that uncover the best in humanity after the worst of circumstances.

Australian Story begins 2018 with an exclusive behind-the-scenes invitation to the wedding not everyone in the family wanted, as former Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s sister Christine Forster marries her partner Virginia Flitcroft.

Following on from a groundbreaking 2017, ABC weekly television investigative flagship FOUR CORNERS is back with more of the fearless investigations that change Australia.

Hosted by Sarah Ferguson and with the addition of four outstanding journalists to its award-winning team, Four Corners begins the year with The Billion Dollar Bust: Inside the undercover operation to catch the world’s most wanted money launderer, from Linton Besser.

Every Monday night Q&A tackles the big issues that set Australians thinking, talking and debating. Q&A is the national public forum where Australian citizens set the agenda by asking the questions you want answered.

With host Tony Jones, Q&A provides a rare opportunity for Australians to hold our political leaders and key opinion makers to account.

As the federal government puts tax cuts front and center of its budget agenda, Q&A will kick off the year on February 5 with a spotlight in economic policy.

Australians want to know they are getting the best and most accurate journalism from a source they can trust,” said ABC Director, News Gaven Morris.
ABC audiences know Monday nights can be counted on for complete coverage of the key news, in-depth storytelling, ground-breaking investigative reporting and lively discussion of the important issues.”

 

Monday nights, commencing February 5th, 2018

Australian Story 8.00pm

Australian Story is broadcast every Monday at 8.00pm on ABC and ABC iview and replayed on ABC NEWS at 7.30pm AEDT on Saturdays. Recent episodes can be viewed on ABC iview or go to the Episodes page to view our online archive. Follow us onFacebook for all the latest updates.

 

Four Corners 8.30pm

Presented by Sarah Ferguson, Four Corners goes to air Mondays at 8.30pm and is replayed on Tuesdays at 1.00pm and Wednesdays at 11.30pm. It can also be seen on ABC NEWS channel on Saturdays at 8.10pm AEDT, ABC iview and at abc.net.au/4corners.

 

Q&A 9.35pm

Q&A is broadcast live at 9.35pm on ABC and simulcast LIVE at 9.35pm (AEDT) on iview, and on ABC NEWS on radio.

Australia Plus Television also broadcasts Q&A into Asia and the Pacific.

Members of the public can:
Register to be part of the Q&A LIVE studio audience at abc.net.au/qanda
Submit questions for the panel, also at abc.net.au/qanda
Contribute to the discussion via Q&A’s Twitter highlights feed, using #qanda
Submit live questions via Twitter using #qanda and @qanda
Follow @qanda on Twitter to receive first-hand updates about the program and panel members.

Q&A is also live steamed on FacebookPeriscope and YouTube and is available on the Q&A website.   Viewers can watch the program on Periscope through Twitter while following or joining the Twitter conversation.