At first listen it sounds just like any other radio network. But this tiny station broadcasts exclusively to the cells of 80,000 prisoners — and it's "really powerful" stuff.
The resignation comes around two months after the departure of both ABC chairman Justin Milne and managing director Michelle Guthrie.
Former ABC managing director Michelle Guthrie receives a payout of more than $800,000 after being terminated by the national broadcaster, and is suing for more.
Senator Eric Abetz accuses David Anderson, who is acting in the role left by Michelle Guthrie, of "gaming the system" after he reveals in a Senate Estimates hearing he had spoken with the former managing director about a redundancy.
The Bureau of Meteorology last month flagged significant changes to its forecasting, but the director is promising a new automated system will allow for better, tailored forecasts.
Communications Minister Mitch Fifield tells the Senate he knew the ABC board was planning to sack managing director Michelle Guthrie a fortnight before she was formally dumped.
The ABC board announces it has engaged the services of an independent adviser to investigate "matters" raised by former managing director Michelle Guthrie in a letter just days before she was sacked.
Kirstin Ferguson, who has been put forward to be the ABC's acting chair by Prime Minister Scott Morrison, started her career in the Air Force and says "what you see is what you get".
Scott Morrison says he will nominate Dr Kirstin Ferguson to be the ABC's acting chairperson, after a week of unprecedented chaos at the national broadcaster.