The story, 'Ultimate betrayal', details the night Robert Farquharson cold bloodedly drove his three sons into a dark, freezing dam and drowned them in 2005. The story, 'Whale of a time', investigates the dwarf minke whales in the Great Barrier Reef. The story, 'Five days in hell', examines the response by authorities when Hurricane Katrina hit and how America failed its citizens.
The story, 'Skin deep', captures the problem of non-melanoma skin cancers for Australians. The story, 'Cliffhanger election', reviews the 2010 election with no announcement yet as votes continue to be counted. The story, 'Barnes unplugged', provides an honest and raw interview with Jimmy Barnes.
The story, 'Heartfelt', features an interview with Kevin Rudd about organ donation. The story, 'Grizzly', investigates grizzly bears and what are the consequences of their natural food running out. The story, 'Lizzie beautiful', explains the rare genetic condition that Lizzie Velasquez shares with only two other people in the world which doesn't allow them to gain any weight.
The story, 'Dust to dust', measures the asbestos risk most of us face in everyday Australian life. The story, 'Road ahead', features V8 Supercar champion, Mark Skaife as he goes head to head with the National Road Safety Council about young driver safety. The story, 'Healing hearts', finds out more about heart disease and the necessity for women to take the disease seriously.
The story, 'The road ahead', reports about road safety in Australia and the dangers of speeding. The story, 'Nature's solution', examines the possibility of a new cancer treatment deep in the rainforests of far North Queensland. The story, 'Thin is in', exposes the fashion industry's obsession with being thin. The story, 'The Lost Battlefield', speaks to Eora creek Veterans following last week's story about the discovery of the site.
The story, 'The Lost Battlefield', reveals the discovery of The Lost Battlefield of Kokoda. The story, 'Iceberg invasion', tours Macquarie Island and the massive icebergs that have appeared for the first time in 150 years. The story, 'Safe hands', features an interview with Socceroos goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer. The story, 'Peak danger', documents the dangers and experiences climbing Mount Everest with Australian adventurer and television presenter Peter Wells.
The story, 'The hidden kingdom', travels to the ancient and mysterious kingdom of Mustang, where the original Tibetan culture still exists. The story, 'Questionable behaviour', investigates ADHD and whether children are over prescribed and over medicated. The story, 'The Innocence Project', details the new DNA technology that can prove innocence after a wrongful conviction. The Innocence Project has helped free innocent people.
The story, 'Something about Mary', details Mary Hutton's campaign to save the sun bears in Asia. The story, 'Fighting spirit', follows two families that have children born prematurely. The story, 'Swept away', examines the sport of rock fishing.
The story, 'Inside Hillsong', investigates the Hillsong church. The story, 'Mean streets', examines the potential problems and issues tourists could face when they head to South Africa for the 2010 World Cup. The story, 'Naughty but nice', features an interview with Christina Aguilera.
The story, 'Goodwill hunting', explains green hunting in Africa. The story, 'Guinea pigs', examines how guinea pigs could hold the cure for type one diabetes. The story, 'The lost children', details Vietnam war orphans who were part of operation Babylift. The story, 'Babies online', follows up on the donor conception story.
The story, 'Taxing time', details the Federal Governments new tax reform. The story, 'Alzheimer's mums', tells the story of two Australian mums in there 30's who have been struck down by Alzheimer's disease. The story, 'Rescued', features an interview with Australian adventurer Tom Smitheringale after his near death experience. The story, 'Trouble in paradise', examines the red-shirt revolution in Thailand.
The story, 'Sink or swim', features an interview with Australian swimmer Jeff Huegill. He provides an open account of his life after he retired at 25. The story, 'Australia's secret history', investigates claims that Australia's first settlers weren't British but Dutch. The story, 'Babies online', details the issue of donor conception. The story, 'Revolution or rort', follows up on last week's story on the Government's $16 billion education revolution.
The story, 'Ready to rumble', details how the volcanoes in Vanuatu have become active and the impact it could have on Australia if they erupt. The story, 'All dollars and no sense', examines the Federal Government's $16.2 billion Building the Education Revolution stimulus package. The story, 'Mission possible', tells how ex-CIA spy Bob Barron has been transforming lives by creating a prosthetic device. The story, 'Sonia Kruger on dancing with joy', features an interview with Sonia Kruger about her personal life and career.
The story, 'Beating the bullies', is a forum on bullying in Australia. The story, 'King Cahill', features an interview with Australian football superstar Tim Cahill. The story, 'Accidental hero', meets with James Harrison, the Australian who holds a life- saving ingredient in his blood. The story, 'Winged keel', follows up on claims that Australia cheated to win the America's Cup in 1983.
Stories include, Keel Hauled/Scientology Unmasked/Star Stalkers
The story, 'On top of the world', details adventurer Tom Smitheringale's solo mission to trek to the North Pole. The story, 'Beating the bullies', examines a pioneering scheme designed to rescue children that are subject to bulling. The story, 'Supersized family', follows America's most famous supersized family, the Duggar family.
Stories include, 'A hippo in the house', 'Reefer madness', 'G'day Gordon', and 'The forgotten'.
Stories include, 'The forgotten', 'Western problem, eastern cure', and 'Legion of warriors'.
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