Former Australian prime minister Gough Whitlam has died aged 98. In addition to a range of social reforms in Australia, he is remembered for changing the country's international outlook and developing new relationships with nations across the region.
Sculpture By The Sea
ABC News | Beaches and parks on the Sydney coastline become outdoor art galleries for this dramatic annual event.
Notebook found in ice
ABC News | A notebook from the Scott of the Antarctic expedition is uncovered after a century trapped in ice.
No school, no sport
Behind the News | An organisation is using sports such as beach cricket to motivate kids to attend school.
Love, hate and war
ABC Science | Mistaking the motivation behind conflict can hinder conflict resolution, say researchers.
Flying through the Pilbara
ABC Open | A bird's eye view of Western Australia's outback - the Pilbara.
A convict diary
RN Late Night Live | English convict John Ward recounts his life story, including time incarcerated on Norfolk Island.
Gough, Vincent and Me
ABC Open | Thea Hayes remembers Gough Whitlam's transfer of land back to the Gurindji people.
ABC Science | Palaeontologist Dr Jim Gehling shows his fossil collection and explains why these creatures are so enigmatic.
The roots of radicalisation
RN Encounter | A Sydney Muslim community is planning to address the root causes of radicalisation and protect their youth.
Obituary: Gough Whitlam
ABC News | Australia's 21st prime minister and a titan of the Australian Labor Party, Edward Gough Whitlam, has died, aged 98.
Let's talk, Indonesia's Jokowi tells Australia
ABC News | Indonesian President Joko Widodo has held talks with Australian PM Tony Abbott.
Engaging with science
RN Ockham's Razor | Australians have positive attitudes towards science and technology but are not always clear on the details.