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ABC News Australia Unveil 2023 Schedule

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In 2023, ABC News Australia promises an unrivalled array of breaking news, captivating stories, and investigative journalism.

Beginning Monday, February 27th, ABC TV will offer its viewers an unrivalled Monday news and current affairs line-up.

Australian Story, which offers intriguing and inspiring stories about ordinary Australians, is presented by Leigh Sales at 8pm.

On Monday, January 30th, the rest of the updated current affairs schedule returned, settling in for a month before the return of Sales.

After receiving the 2022 Gold Walkley Award, Australia’s highest media honour, the Four Corners crew returns at 8:30 pm for another year of courageous and forensic investigative journalism. At 9:15 pm, Media Watch will be back to evaluate the media and hold it accountable for its impact on Australian society.

Returning to its regular time slot of Mondays at 9:35 p.m., Q+A is Australia’s preeminent public debate platform, with host Stan Grant and local and international thought leaders providing nuanced answers to viewers’ queries.

Talking about taking on Australian Story Leigh Sales said: Australian Story is one of the most beloved programs in the country and I am so excited and humbled to be invited to front it.

I can’t wait to be involved in the production process of such a talented team.

“I’d also like to acknowledge the honour of being only the second anchor in the program’s 26-year history, following my esteemed colleague, the late Caroline Jones.”

Sarah Ferguson will co-host 7.30 with Chief Political Correspondent Laura Tingle starting on Monday, January 30.

The Drum, hosted by Dan Bourchier, John Barron, Ellen Fanning, and Julia Baird airing each weeknight at 6 o’clock, features in-depth and thought-provoking debates.

The ABC’s unparalleled network of worldwide correspondents will be put to use on Thursday, 16 February at 8 pm, when Foreign Correspondent premieres.

The world’s superpowers are discussed on ABC News every Friday. ABC TV’s China Tonight, India Now!, and Planet America will alternate airings every Friday at 8 p.m. throughout the year, with a repeat airing on Monday nights following Q+A.

Join Michael Rowland, Lisa Millar, Tony Armstrong, Nate Byrne, and Madeleine Morris on weekdays for News Breakfast, and Johanna Nicholson and Fauziah Ibrahim on weekends for the scoop as it happens.

Insiders is a must-watch if you’re interested in Australian politics, and it airs every Sunday morning. Expert analysis of national politics, as well as interviews with all the major players, is presented every week at 9 am by host David Speers and his panel.

ABC News Channel provides live, round-the-clock coverage of breaking news from Australia and throughout the world. Available both on-air and online, it boasts the highest viewership of any Australian news outlet.

In 2022, ABC News programming had a national weekly broadcast reach of 23.4% of Australians, averaging 2.0m weekly live or on-demand streams on ABC iview.