Kyle’s shock health confession | this week on 60 MINUTES

SHOCK WAVES
Hosting a breakfast radio show has to be one of the most gruelling jobs in Australian media. The workload is so punishing, and the take-no-prisoners competition so stressful, it’s not surprising that there’s a long list of talented broadcasters who have failed in the timeslot. But not Kyle Sandilands and Jackie “O” Henderson. Their radio partnership has endured for 20 years, and in that time they’ve not only consistently topped the Sydney FM radio ratings, they’ve turned waking up their audience into an art form. On assignment for 60 MINUTES, Karl Stefanovic reports there are no airs and graces with this pair, which is exactly what their fans love.  But it’s also what supplies the ammunition to keep their critics – and there are plenty of them – huffing and puffing.
Reporter: Karl Stefanovic
Producer: Joel Tozer
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HELP
When Hannah Clarke’s estranged husband murdered her and their three young children in Brisbane in February, it was unthinkable to most Australians that someone could be that evil. Or brutal. He doused his family in petrol and set them alight. The crime highlighted the danger and complexity of domestic violence, as does Jacqui Barker’s story. She’s the victim of frightening abuse which was compounded because police refused to prosecute the man who splashed her with petrol and threatened to light it. But she didn’t give up. Jacqui bravely fought back by launching a private criminal prosecution against her ex-partner.
Reporter: Tara Brown
Producer: Thea Dikeos
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