Hosted by Peter Stefanovic, the two-part exclusive will lifts the lid on one of the most explosive chapters in Australian criminal and legal history, revealing how a brilliant barrister from one of Victoria’s most respected families became a double agent and police informer, handing over secret information on her high-profile gangster clients.
This Monday night, former press secretary to Tony Blair and mental health advocate, Alastair Campbell joins the Q&A panel. We discuss the battle for leadership of the UK’s Conservative Party, Brexit’s looming deadline, and the stigma around mental health.
This week, one of the toughest challenges of Andrew’s career: how do you interview a friend of 40 years, someone you’ve known since you were teenagers, someone you’ve worked with, laughed with and already shared most of your life with?
The milestone 10th series will see many of our Goggleboxers reaching milestones of their own. The loveable Jackson Family have become homeowners for the first time, while Matty and Sarah Marie have a Gogglebox baby boy on the way!
On Monday Four Corners investigates the prosecution of Julian Assange in key interviews with those at the heart of WikiLeaks and those who have sought to bring him to US justice. These insider accounts give powerful insights into how these momentous events have unfolded.
It is one of Australia’s most captivating hostage crimes, with a plotline straight out of a Hollywood movie. What started as a routine day for bank robber Hakki ‘Tim’ Atahan, ended up in a hostage drama, a daring escape that saw his hostages used as human shields, and a car chase that shut down Sydney while being broadcast live on TV.
Joining series regulars Sam Pang and Ed Kavalee this Monday is radio and TV host Abby Coleman who makes a welcome long-awaited return to the pods alongside fellow radio legends Marty Sheargold and Ash London.
For one night only, popular radio and TV personality Chrissie Swan will fill Tom Gleisner’s illustrious hosting shoes as she puts Australia’s funniest comedians through their paces to test if they have indeed been paying attention.
the documentary has widely been described as a must-see by festival audiences, commentators and media and has sparked a national conversation about those final years of Goodes’ career and racism in this country
Tune-in to Q&A on Monday night in Melbourne with host Tony Jones and Shadow Minister for Families and Indigenous Australians Linda Burney, Centre Alliance MP Rebekha Sharkie, Former Liberal Senator Jim Molan, Broadcaster, comedian and author Sami Shah and Marketing strategist Toby Ralph
Join Sunday Night host and senior correspondent Melissa Doyle as she sits down with Mia’s family. They want everyone to know how to recognise the warning signs when a simple case of the flu turns deadly.