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From the makers of Kitchen Cabinet comes a ground-breaking new documentary series filmed exclusively inside the heart of Australian democracy. The House with Annabel Crabb was shot over a ten-month period with unprecedented access granted by Parliament House authorities to the extensive parts of the building where cameras – and members of the public – are ordinarily not permitted.

The House with Annabel Crabb reveals the late-night drama behind some well-known pieces of legislation and accompanies crucial decision-makers behind the scenes for the often messy process of making Australian laws.

The series features stunning new aerial and internal drone footage of Parliament House, filmed with exclusive permission from the building's administrators. Director Stamatia Maroupas captures the architecture of the building – and the movements of its occupants – at all hours of the day and night.

ABC cameras visit the Prime Minister's office and discover the secrets of the Cabinet Room; capture the behind-the-scenes tension of a diplomatic visit; invade the Members-only dining room, and witness first-hand the turbulence as protesters penetrate the House of Representatives.

In keeping with the style of Kitchen Cabinet, there is a rich vein of comedy as Crabb explores some of the more ornate parliamentary traditions, and unearths some odd personal habits among the politicians best-known to Australian voters. Why do they sometimes speak in the chamber while holding a piece of paper over their heads? Which politician has a foldaway wardrobe and kitchen in her office? Which minister has a life-size talking Darth Vader figure? Which one keeps a 300-piece set of crockery behind his desk, and why would a person even do that?

But the series also takes viewers to some strange and wonderful places inside the building: the vast underground network of tunnels and workshops that whirr away secretly below the feet of the legislators, for instance. Parliament House has a subterranean world which is largely unfamiliar to most of those who inhabit its upstairs suites. Meet Sandy McInerney, queen of the underworld, who controls the loading dock – the single entrance through which all the food, goods and supplies enter Parliament House, and out of which every item of waste leaves. McInerney - an ex-Army driver and logistician - also has an extraordinary personal journey of discovery, triggered by a Parliamentary speech.

Meet the Parliamentary staff who have been there longer than any of its politicians; chamber attendant Luch Jonceski, who has worked in the building for 29 years, and before that, worked as a labourer on the building site. Or Maria Ljubic, the building's head cleaner, who gave the red carpet a last-minute vacuuming at the building's opening in 1988 and was briefly mistaken for the Queen.

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Station: ABC (AU)
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Status: To Be Determined
Start: 2017-08-08

The House with Annabel Crabb Air Dates


S01E03 - Episode 3 Air Date: 22 August 2017 10:00 -

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A behind-the-scenes look at just how much plotting, planning and rehearsal goes into the brutal piece of political performance theatre that is Question Time in the House of Representatives.


S01E04 - Episode 4 Air Date: 29 August 2017 10:00 -

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Annabel steps into the intoxicating world of the Senate, presided over by Senate President Stephen Parry (a former cop and undertaker) and his Clerk Rosemary Laing, an expert in 17th century British poetry.


S01E05 - Episode 5 Air Date: 05 September 2017 10:00 -

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Annabel inveigles her way into the building's Members-only dining room, to hear a startling confession from former PM Tony Abbott. Nick Xenophon does something very strange with some plates.


S01E06 - Episode 6 Air Date: 12 September 2017 10:00 -

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The last week of Parliament arrives, full of Christmas parties & knotty legislative business which politicians have left to the last minute to fix. Security faces challenges as protesters infiltrate the building. (Final)



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