Since 1961, this program has served the public interest by exposing scandals, triggering inquiries, firing debate and confronting taboos. The award-winning program is internationally recognised for excellence in journalism.
The regional city of Armidale is facing a water shortage crisis. The royal commission into aged care has identified areas where immediate action could be taken. Plus the vaping debate.
After powerful Senate majority leader Lyndon Johnson loses the 1960 Democratic presidential nomination to Senator John F Kennedy, he agrees to be his young rival's running mate. But once they win the election, despite his extensive legislative experience and shrewd political instincts, Johnson finds himself sidelined in the role of vice president. That all changes on November 22, 1963, when Kennedy is assassinated and Johnson, with his devoted wife Lady Bird by his side, is suddenly thrust into the presidency. As the nation mourns, Johnson must contend with long-time adversary Attorney General Bobby Kennedy and one-time mentor Georgia senator Richard Russell as he seeks to honour JFK's legacy by championing the historic Civil Rights Act of 1964.
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 Fran Kelly.
From Ramsy street to rock bottom discover the story of Jason Donavon who rebuilt his career to become a superstar of the stage.
Karl Stefanovic reports on the TV star prepared to kill to boost the ratings of his show, and why the audience loved it! Plus, the creepiest place on earth, Liam Bartlett visits 'Pervert Park', and reveals why it could be good for society.
Supermarket chain Woolworths has owned up to underpaying thousands of its staff up to $300 million. Plus some racehorse rehoming and adoption services say they aren't seeing any money from racing bodies.
Buster J and The Murray Darlings send a message to Canberra.
Bestselling author, entrepreneur and philanthropist Sarah Wilson addresses the National Press Club.
Why some apartment dwellers are paying far more for electricity than they should be. Plus singer Archie Roach on his new memoir.
They break glass ceilings, live among primates and outer space, and explore African caves - these are the women of the past, present and future.
Jenny Brockie takes a look why so many workers are battling with burnout. She discusses what can be done to help those in a tiring position.
In Italy's nationalist right-wing heartland, one town is tackling anti-immigrant sentiment with a unique approach - an integration camp. But not everyone agrees with the camp's prison-style tactics.
A growing number of Australians are choosing to call the outer suburbs home, but residents say infrastructure isn't keeping up and they're demanding politicians do more.
Guest host Hamish Macdonald leads a discussion on drought with minister for water resources and drought David Littleproud, shadow minister for agriculture Joel Fitzgibbon, Fiona Simson, Maryanne Slattery and Kate McBride.
The promises are big, bold and enticing: massive salaries, cars, holidays and life as an ‘influencer’. Job advertisements inviting young women to join online selling schemes are sweeping through social media feeds and attracting millions to sign up. It's sold as a dream job where you can work flexible hours from home and earn a commission on what you sell. What’s not clear from the advertisements is the true business model, based on network or multilevel marketing.
Some homeowners are facing thousands of dollars a year in extra repayments as interest-only terms come to an end. Plus Australia's first carbon neutral kindergarten.
Few will mourn the death of 74-year-old serial killer Ivan Milat and his brother Boris reflects on his sibling's life and crimes. Plus, in a joint investigation with The Age newspaper, 60 Minutes reveals extraordinary cases where Australians claim they’ve life-changing physical injuries at the hands of police and accuse authorities of covering up for colleagues. And amid one of the worst droughts in Australian history, governments are accused of wasting enough water from the Murray River to fill Sydney Harbour twice.
This feature is only available for subscribers. Please contact your EnhanceTV administrator or email firstname.lastname@example.org