In a shocking investigation, Four Corners reveals how a sex slave cult has been operating in plain sight here in Australia. Vulnerable young women, cut off from their families and with every aspect of their lives controlled, have been turned into slaves. Now some of those who have escaped are speaking out to warn others. The program reveals how this cult has been recruiting and exploiting women for years. Now authorities are calling on the public for help.
Drawing on her own experience of trauma, comedian Magda Szubanski forms an unlikely alliance with teenager Will Connelly, aka Eggboy, to help combat mental health issues in bushfire-ravaged communities.
Thousands of people have gathered at Women's March 4 Justice rallies across the country calling on the federal government to address sexual violence and the mistreatment of women. Marise Payne, Grace Tame, Dr Tjanara Goreng Goreng and Janine Hendry discuss.
Ros Childs presents the latest from ABC News, including full coverage of Brittany Higgins' speech at the Women's March 4 Justice rally in Canberra.
The first lesbian couple to come out on national television almost 50 years ago are still together. Francesca Curtis and Phyllis Papps open up about love, loss and political change.
Mind Games This story presented a serious dilemma for Sarah Abo because for the most part it is pure fantasy, and 60 Minutes reporters prefer to deal in facts. But pure fantasy is how to best sum up QAnon, an ever-shifting mega-conspiracy theory that's bizarre and nonsensical. As whacky as it is though, millions of people appear to be caught up in the internet-based cult, including more and more Australians. The dangerous real-world consequences of QAnon, where families are being torn apart, now demand that the rest of us stop scratching our heads in disbelief and start to take much more notice of this strange group. Tasmanian Devil The crimes Jamie Curtis committed could not have been more brutal or cruel. He abducted an innocent young couple; tortured and murdered the 22-year-old man, then repeatedly raped his 17-year-old fiancee. Curtis spent 32 years in prison for one of Tasmania's most sadistic attacks, but in 2018 was granted his freedom. Within weeks he had breached the conditions of his release and was back behind bars. Now the parole board has given Curtis another chance, outraging the community and terrifying his surviving victim, who argues he has long given up any right to be free. But as Tara Brown discovers in a painful confrontation, there is one person determined to stand by this devil of a man.
David Speers interviews deputy prime minister Michael McCormack. Mike Bowers talks pictures with Guardian Australia's Amy Remeikis. On the panel are 6PR's Gareth Parker, the ABC's Laura Tingle and the Age's Shane Wright to analyse the federal government's announcement of a $1.2 billion domestic travel package, the Western Australia state election results, and a look ahead before federal Parliament resumes.
The comeback of Australia's iconic Murray cod. Turning lentils into gluten-free flour. The accidental apiarist producing honey with a difference. Going for gas in north-west New South Wales.
Australia's economic rebound: Who is leaping ahead and who is falling behind? Plus Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's interview, Australia's trade relationship with China, and is it time to re-think coronavirus COVID-19 border restrictions? Panellists: Zed Seselja, minister for international development and the Pacific; Kristina Keneally, shadow home affairs minister; Fiona Simson, president, National Farmers' Federation; Gareth Parker, breakfast host, 6PR Perth; and Kim Rubenstein, legal scholar and citizenship expert.
Maggie Beer is known for her love of food, infectious laugh, and bubbly personality. She speaks to Kurt Fearnley about her life, career, and appetite for taking risks.
Australia's coronavirus COVID-19 vaccine rollout has not been going to plan. A group of prominent Australians are campaigning for the clinical use of psychedelic drugs here. Plus satire with Mark Humphries.
Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan is riding a wave of popularity ahead of Saturday's state election. Two Indigenous people have died in custody in New South Wales in the space of a week.
Professor Deborah Terry, vice-chancellor of the University of Queensland and chair of Universities Australia, addresses the National Press Club.
Bali's natural beauty and rich culture have made it a tourist magnet but since coronavirus COVID-19, locals are questioning their dependence on tourism and the overdevelopment it has unleashed. Reporter and cameraman Matt Davis discovers a country in the midst of some serious soul searching.
The race to get the Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus COVID-19 vaccine rolling out. Questions over new coal mine in Queensland. We meet the Australian cast of the musical, Hamilton.
Oprah Winfrey speaks with Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, about royal life, marriage, motherhood and how she handles the intense public pressure. Prince Harry speaks about their move to the US and dreams for their expanding family.
Christian Porter has denied an allegation, outlined in an anonymous letter, that he raped a woman in 1988. Has the media coverage been reckless or reasonable? Is it trial by media? Would an inquiry throw light on what happened?
Four Corners examines the historical rape allegation made against federal attorney-general Christian Porter, which he strenuously denies.
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