Melissa Doyle leads a team of Australia's best reporters, breaking the stories that matter.
Molly Meldrum is a legendary figure of the music industry. We pay tribute to the great man with Mollywood - our chance to look back on the most influential interviews of his career.
Sunday Night looks at the K-Pop phenomenon, interviewing K-Pop stars Bang Chan and Felix. Also, a look at three very different approaches to retirement.
Steve Pennells accompanies a Melbourne mother back to the city of her birth, Chernobyl, to find some answers. Also, Angela Cox takes us on board a fleet of gravity-defying catamarans.
Lisa Curry opens up on the prevalency of heart disease in Aussie women, and we take a look at the local footy team facing the axe.
From Aussie accents one day to European the next - we meet the sufferers of the bizarre condition Foreign Accent Syndrome. Plus - Rachel Griffiths reveals why she had to turn the story of Michelle Payne's 2015 Melbourne Cup win into a movie.
Sunday Night’s sits down with three teen entrepreneurs to discuss how they’re getting crazy rich. Also, Angela Cox visits Iceberg Alley, a stretch of ocean at the eastermost point of North America.
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.
Former model Simone Starr recounts how she fled the county after almost being killed by a bomb due to involvement in the criminal underworld. Also, a look at anxiety, and Birdsville's Big Red Bash.
Pete Evans investigates the world's most controversial plant: cannabis. Swimmer Mack Horton reveals what happened behind the scenes in South Korea and his reaction to Australia's drug bombshell.
This week, a father and son recount their miraculous tale of survival at sea. Also, Angela Cox looks at the Woodstock music festival, 50 years on since it hosted the Who, Jimi Hendrix and more.
Sunday Night looks at Chloe Kennedy and Nicole Crawford, two quadriplegic women who shared a dream of motherhood. Also, an interview with actors and best friends, Bryan Brown and Sam Neill.
Meet Mia Wilkinson, ahe young girl who was diagnosed with the flu, but it turned into something far more dangerous. Also, Lee-Anne Cartier tells how she proved her brother's suicide was a murder.
In a gripping investigation, reporter Michael Usher discovers that Australia's real-life black widows Melissa Shaw and Michelle Burgess are not only evil, they are completely without remorse.
A look at how the law deals with citizens taking the law into their own hands during a home invasion. Also, see how Neil Finn is keeping the Fleetwood Mac dream alive.
Sunday Night revisits Ivan Milat's crimes, unearthing new information and identifying more victims. A British backpacker who may have come close to being a victim tells his story.
Alex Cullen talks to everyone involved in the tragedy that caused 21-year-old Shania McNeill's death, as they struggle to understand the role of Snapchat and social media in the fatal car accident.
Matt Doran speaks with Canberra climber, Gilian Lee, who cheated death in one of the most remarkable and courageous rescues ever attempted on Mt Everest in the Himalayas.
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