The harrowing story of an al Qaeda raid on a remote north African gas plant, told by the people who survived it. January 16th, 2013, was a day like any other at the massive In Amenas Algerian gas production facility in the Saharan Desert. But for the people running the plant, life changed in an instant when al Qaeda terrorists stormed the facility at dawn, opening fire on some and taking foreign workers hostage.
Two insiders blow the lid on a financial scandal that goes to the heart of one of Australia's most important and trusted institutions. The Reserve Bank of Australia is meant to maintain stability in the nation's financial sector. It is supposed to be above reproach in its behaviour. But is it?
Reporter Marian Wilkinson travels north to investigate the extent of corruption in Papua New Guinea and the apparent failure of Australian officials to play their part in tracking down stolen money. She speaks with the Prime Minister, Peter O'Neill, who tells her he's determined to stamp out behaviour that is undermining his country's future.
There are some questions we hope we will never have to answer. But what would you do if you suffered from a debilitating illness that left you in constant and severe pain? What would you do if the only way you could find relief was to take heavy duty pain killers that also impacted heavily on your physical health? After 36 years struggling with that situation, a young man says he's had enough and he wants to end his own life. Because assisted suicide, or voluntary euthanasia, is illegal in Australia he is forced to apply to an organisation in a foreign country to fulfil his wish.
Four Corners' investigation reveals that not only are we being tracked online by marketers but Australia's own government agencies are secretly monitoring our digital travels.
Four Corners goes on the campaign trail, taking a fly-on-the-wall look at two seats that will be crucial in deciding who wins Government this time around.
Almost everyone in the community is affected by cancer in some way. Next on Four Corners, we meet Australians confronting the reality their advanced cancer may kill them. The question is, can they buy more time?
What do you do when your best friend is lost to you in a tide of violence and cruelty? Do you search across continents to find her? That is the story of filmmaker Robyn Paterson and her friend Mercy.
Nelson Mandela promised a South Africa based on freedom and equality. But as the country's former leader lies in hospital critically ill, the nation he fought to create is slowly disintegrating.
War photographer Giles Dooley lost both legs and an arm while on assignment in Afghanistan and returns to record the plight of Afghan civilians who've lost even more.
Next on Four Corners the rise and fall of Australia's youngest billionaire, Nathan Tinkler. How did he make so much money and where did it go?
Next on Four Corners, the legacy of lethal chemicals from the past, and the potential new menace from one of those chemicals still in use today. In the 1980s and 1990s governments across Australia outlawed the use of the herbicide 245T. The ban was introduced for one very good reason - 245T contains dioxin, a chemical impurity with the potential to seriously harm people who are exposed to it. But has the dioxin menace been tamed?
At 2.49 pm on 15th April this year, two bomb blasts turned the Boston Marathon finish line into a scene of carnage. The blasts left three people dead, hundreds injured and a city gripped in fear. How did the investigators turn the chaotic physical evidence at the scene of the crime into a coherent trail of clues that would lead them to the killers?
This week on Four Corners, reporter Marian Wilkinson tells the turbulent story of Labor's bitter leadership struggle, the dramatic day that ended the term of Australia's first female Prime Minister and Labor's renewed ambition to win the next election.
Could you live on $35 a day and pay for your food, clothing, transport and other bills? That's what single unemployed people are entitled to on the Federal Government's Newstart allowance. Australia's economy - and unemployment rate - might be the envy of countries around the world, but it doesn't mean poverty and unemployment have been eradicated.
Australians love a bargain, but what's the real cost of cheap clothes from the sweat shops in Bangladesh? Sarah Ferguson investigates.
Next on Four Corners, a startling documentary tells the story of a group of defectors that includes two young North Korean women, Sook-ja and Yong-hee. They have paid a people smuggler, who goes by the name "Dragon", to take them on the journey from northern to southern China and on to freedom.
Next on Four Corners reporter Matthew Carney goes bush to experience the thrill of the chase and the kill. Crucially, he tries to understand why hunters want to water down gun laws and why they are targeting National Parks to expand their sport.
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