It's been an open secret for years: Catholic priests fathering children in breach of their vows. After suffering in silence and shame for years, those children are speaking out, demanding answers and recognition from Rome. Rebroadcast of September 24, 2019, episode.
Former teenage model Jenna Owen comes to grips with the dark side of the modelling industry. Sold on the promise of fame and fortune, teenage girls - often from regional areas - are sent to the big city and trapped with exploitative contracts: working for free, in often sexually explicit situations with very little power and uncertain reward. Plus, Marc Fennell sits down with the Veronicas.
Jock Palfreeman's parents call on PM Morrison to intervene to help bring him home after 11 years in a Bulgarian prison. The people leading efforts to combat Parkinson's disease. Plus Deborah Mailman talks about her new role.
Commissioner Jayne vents his NBN frustrations.
Anthropologist, geographer and Foundation Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies at the University of Melbourne, Marcia Langton speaks on the topic: Innovation - Indigenous genius then and now.
A formal impeachment inquiry is being launched into US President Donald Trump. Will Boris Johnson survive as Britain's prime minister after the Supreme Court's ruling against him? Plus Leigh Sales interviews Louis Theroux.
Jenny Brockie takes a look at why some patients are paying such high out of pocket fees for specialists or surgery.
Sir David Attenborough says the Australian Government has not done enough to battle climate change. Plus concerns about the prevalence of corruption in Australia's esports community.
This episode follows Australian veterans back to Timor-Leste 20 years after the violent struggle for freedom. We look at the country's progress and struggles, and ask if Australia's been a good neighbour.
Answering your questions are legendary journalist and author Kerry O'Brien, broadcaster/commentator Jan Fran, communications minister Paul Fletcher, shadow health minister Chris Bowen, and Fairfield city councillor Dai Le.
Dying is an expensive business with the billion-dollar funeral industry virtually unregulated. We reveal the dubious tactics of some in the industry, from price gouging, unethical conduct and questionable treatment of bodies.
A woman pleads with authorities to keep her fiance's killer behind bars. We join teenager Harriet O'Shea Carre, who helped start Australia's student climate protests, in NY. Plus the man who became a full-time kangaroo carer.
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.
Damning allegations that elite soldiers from Australia's special forces committed potential war crimes during the conflict in Afghanistan, including the executions of innocent and unarmed civilians?
While PM Scott Morrison is in Washington meeting with President Donald Trump, Fran Kelly and the panel bring you the key talking points from back home including the parliamentary sitting week. Plus, the latest from the US visit.
This program takes us to a battered project, to meet Elliott's family and the Brown Sub community living in conditions similar to an African shanty township but unexpectedly, in the US. With violent crime so intense the Metropolitan Police rarely risk an investigation, gun carrying drug gangs substitute for law and order. The three ways out for youth are joining the army, music and death. This program gets us into the inner workings of an urban culture, which has risen out of the poverty of America's poorest communities to become the dominant popular influence on world youth, music and fashion.
Four months after losing the election, Labor is still grappling to come to terms with what went wrong. Michael Palin discusses his recent trip to North Korea. Plus political satire from Mark Humphries.
A brand new Yoga flow that's sweeping through Asia.
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