Melissa Doyle leads a team of Australia's best reporters, breaking the stories that matter.
English backpacker Elisha Greer recounts her terrifying road trip through rural Australia, held hostage by a drug-crazed madman. Also, a look at those who have died trying to get the perfect selfie.
In one of his final major television reports before his death, Mike Willesee uses the very latest in forensic technology to answer the biggest question of all - does God exist?
Sunday Night looks at Wim Hof, an extreme athlete who believes he's found the secret to long life. Also, a look at the destruction of the Peruvian Amazon, and women who camp alone, away from menfolk.
Melissa Doyle heads to England to bring us all the excitement of the impending Royal Birth and goes beyond the gates of Norland College - the most prestigious nanny training school in the world.
Sunday Night catches up with Australian survivors of the Viking Sky cruise disaster. Also, a look at women disfigured by a no-frills cosmetic doctor, and militant vegans colliding with farmers.
Sunday Night looks at Rich Warren, a man who hunts down and exposes paedophiles. Also, Angela Cox interviews the band Kiss ahead of their final world tour.
Sunday Night speaks to groupies and WAGs of footballers, and they're ready to lift the lid on what goes on behind locker room doors. Matt Doran investigates the mystery of doppelgangers.
Sunday Night interviews Octomum, Nadya Suleman as the octuplets celebrate their 10th birthday. Also, a look at John Bigatton's role in the bitcoin Bitconnect scandal and mystery around his wife's disappearance.
Sunday Night looks at the death of Jody Meyers, and how her fiance and mother shed crocodile tears to cover up her murder. Also, a look at the death of model Annalise Braackensiek.
Sunday Night takes a look at what happened behind the gates of Neverland, the home of Michael Jackson, and the shocking allegations that follow him even after his death.
Sunday Night confronts Serge Benhayon, the man behind Universal Medicine, and discovers how far-reaching his cult has become.
Sunday Night looks at the story of Sullivans star Susan Hannaford, in her first interview in decades. Also, a look at Ben Felton, a man who wishes to be the fastest blind person on two wheels.
For the first time, Roxy Jacenko opens up about her crushing emotional breakdown, while her partner Oliver Curtis talks about life behind bars for insider trading.
Lisa Cunningham is the first Australian woman in US history to be facing the death penalty. Is she responsible for the death of her seven-year-old stepdaughter? Along with her husband, detective-turned prison guard Germayne Cunningham, the Adelaide-born Arizona resident faces a raft of horror allegations about how Sanaa was treated - with pathologists unable to state whether Mr Cunningham's child from his first marriage died as a result of festering wounds or due to the inadequate treatment of them.
Sunday Night infiltrates Mexico's ruthless Sinaloa drug cartel run by the notorious killer, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman. Also, Angela Cox interviews. Roger Daltrey, lead singer of The Who.
In a major investigation, we look into the mysterious death of scientist Jeffrey Brooks. While police concluded that he shot himself by accident, his family believed it was murder.
Melissa Doyle visits South America, and speaks with survivors of the Jonestown Massacre. Jamie Oliver speaks about his restaurant failures while still maintaining a love of cooking.
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