Internationally renowned detective, Colin McLaren, the man who cracked the case of who really killed JFK, sets out to find answers to questions that still surround the death of Princess Diana. With 30 years of detective experience, McLaren re-examines every aspect of the French and British investigations, to arrive at the real truth of how and why the car carrying the Princess crashed in Paris on that fateful night. McLaren then goes where no other programme has gone before: he tracks down and confronts the driver of the mysterious car that collided with the Princess before the crash; and thus finds the answer to the most troubling question of all.
Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events, from the life of Tim Fischer and his impact on federal politics. John Howard remembers him as Deputy prime minister and Walter Mikac recalls Tim Fischer's role in gun control after the Port Arthur massacre. Get the latest about Australia's ongoing battle with traffic and congestion in fast growing cities. Plus meet Brian Schmidt and Jenny Gordon in It Takes Two.
The group arrives in Muskrat Dam, one of several fly-in reserves in Northern Ontario. Most Canadians do not understand why people continue to live in remote places like this one. Their stay will open the group's eyes about why relocating isn't an option for the families whose families have been here for generations. They will also hear about the impact of the legacy of residential schools, including a firsthand story of a man who watched his younger brother be taken away in a plane, before having the same happen to himself.
Deaf Australia CEO Kyle Miers addresses the Press Club on the topic: Does Listening Help? The Impact of Deaf Children's Literacy.
Laura Tingle brings the latest on George Pells appeal against his sexual abuse conviction, surrogacy warning in Ukrainian, the governments decision to send military assets to the Gulf and Jim Maxwell previews the third Ashes Test.
Jenny Brockie takes a look at how people manage their MS, and explores how close the medical world is to a cure.
Ukraine is the new ‘go-to’ destination for couples desperate to be parents. But our investigation uncovers an industry out of control that exploits surrogate mothers and leaves babies abandoned.
Get insights into The Change Program, a new initiative which involves people working directly with their GP to overcome obesity and the Pickleball the growing sport of choice for seniors. Plus the latest on Australia’s abundant natural gas that have been reported as high.
A special look at the case for constitutional recognition and an Indigenous voice to Parliament with Senator Patrick Dodson, Noel Pearson, Jacinta Price and Patricia Turner.
For 20 years the nation's city skylines have been changing with the building of more than 650,000 apartments across the country. Glossy advertising has wooed buyers away from the traditional Aussie dream of a house with promises of sophisticated apartment living and high-end finishes. But the shine has well and truly come off the apartment property boom. Four Corners investigates Australia's apartment building crisis, from shoddy workmanship to lax laws, leaving owners out of pocket and in some cases out of a home altogether.
Get the latest updates on Morrison’s plan to change the culture of the public service, NSW set to becoming the final state to decriminalise abortion, the rise of China’s superpower and exclusive updates on the Ashes by Adam Gilchrist.
Yoshe Taylor's incredible fight for justice as she speaks out for the first time since being released from a Cambodian prison to warn of the scam that's turning innocent people into unsuspecting drug mules.
Hong Kong chaos; TV news likes Facebook; plus US guns and games. Presented by Paul Barry.
The third of a series of documentary films that have followed the lives of 14 British children since 1964, when they were seven years old. The children were selected to represent the range of socio-economic backgrounds in Britain at that time, with the explicit assumption that each child's social class predetermines their future. Director Michael Apted takes the helm as the subjects, now aged twenty-one, talk about their lives and their hopes and dreams for the future.
The first of a series of documentary films that have followed the lives of 14 British children since 1964, when they were seven years old. Acting upon the venerable Jesuit edict "Give me a child until he is seven, and I will give you the man", director Paul Almond and his team of assistants (including later director Michael Apted) selected a group of children to represent the range of socio-economic backgrounds in Britain at that time, with the explicit assumption that each child's social class predetermines their future. Alternative spelling: Seven Up.
Australia's current affairs program with a proven record of excellence over several decades. Join television's top reporters as they investigate, analyse and uncover the issues affecting all Australians.
Sunday Night looks at the phenomenon of doppelgangers - people who look identical but are not related. Also, an examination of the medical establishment's concerns over chiropractors.
Spend your Sunday morning on the couch with Australia's sharpest political minds as they take you to the heart of the action with political news, interviews, analysis and laughs. Presented by Patricia Karvelas.
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