With guests Matt Preston, Tommy Little and Michelle Payne, plus guest hosts Hugh Riminton and Meshel Laurie, and stories on the Melbourne Cup, Birdsville's only policeman's retirement, and debate about food deliveries on the beach.
With guests Shaun Micallef and HG Nelson, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on snakes, the Moroccan Soup Bar, the Stoccos still on the run, the fight over coal seam gas mining, and the meanest cats.
With guests Elle Macpherson, Angela Bishop and Craig from Survivor, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on drink driving penalties, hospital parking fees, botched airstrikes on Syria, the Emmys, and magpie season.
With guest host Christopher Pyne and special guest Kasey Chambers, and stories on Nick Kyrgios' meltdown at the Australian Open, Vegemite being Aussie-owned again, Mike Baird's retirement and this week's good news.
With guests Rob Thomas, Michael Keenan and Paul Kent, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on the Paris attacks, national security, ISIL's strategy, Holly Holm defeating Ronda Rousey, and the Helping Hands Program.
With guests Jon Ronson, Bec Chin, and Peter Fitzsimons, plus guest host Chrissie Swan, and stories on the tragic on-air shooting in Virginia, the new republican push, divorce ceremonies and whether men dominated offices are bad for women's health.
With guest hosts Matt White, Gorgi Coghlan and Freddie Flintoff and stories on the San Bernardino mass shooting, this year in Aussie politics, the do's and don'ts of Christmas parties and Australia's dual world champion: paralympian Isis Holt.
With guests the Bachelor Sam and his love Snezana and HG Nelson, and guest hosts Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on murder houses, the cake cowboy, a weird week of politics, Europe's migrant crisis, and how to take a selfie.
With guest Gina Riley and guest hosts Lehmo, Meshel Laurie, and Gorgi Coghlan and stories on the golden age of flying, Fathers day, Europe's asylum crisis, bad boob jobs, and we meet our Your Chair hosts!
With guest Margaret Pomeranz, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan and Meshel Laurie, and stories on the ongoing Adam Goodes uproar, our spate of shark attacks, the truth of online reviews and we send Joel Creasey behind the scenes of the Spelling Bee!
With guests Terri Butler MP and Sarah from the Bachelor, and guest hosts Danny Green and Natarsha Belling, and stories on mansplaining, the ages we're most happy, opt-out organ donation, and celebrating 10 years of the McGrath Foundation.
With guests 5SOS, Ellie Goulding, plus guest host Meshel Laurie, and stories on the shooting in Oregon, the anti-abortion activist who's about to be deported, the latest Bachelorette elimination, and Australia's greatest sporting glories!
The Way We Were
Ange and Brad: The final interview: It's the Hollywood split that has shocked the world - so why does this recent interview portray a strong couple overcoming their challenges together?
House Of Horrors
'Wasn't it enough that I was kidnapped?': After being held captive for eight years, Natascha Kampusch hits back at those who doubt her story. She did however grant Sunday Night a look inside the house. The Austrian woman discovered her kidnapper Wolfgang Priklopil had left his home to her after he committed suicide following her escape 10 years ago.
A Tall Tale
AFL's new international game-changer: Mason Cox is the newest success story in a bold experiment by the Australian Football League into America. For years we've watched our best sporting talent head overseas and play by their rules. But now, it's Aussie rules that is attracting some of the tallest and most talented basketballers America. For years we've watched our best sporting talent head overseas and play by their rules. But now, it's Aussie Rules that is attracting some of the tallest and most talented basketballers America has to offer.
'People said they hope my son has Down syndrome': Fitness guru Ashy Bines has told the public to lay off other women's parenting in an interview about her own experience as a pregnant woman in the spotlight. The Gold Coast trainer said people wrote to her on social media saying she deserved to 'lose her child' because she chose to exercise and diet while carrying her son Taj. "I had one comment which really hurt which said I didn't deserve to be a mother because I was killing him because my baby was small, my belly was small."
With guest Britney Spears, plus guest host Steve Price & Strauchanie reporting from the G, and stories on Melbourne Zoos' shocking gorilla attack, the Sydney siege inquiry, the minefield of Minecraft and Geelong's lotto controversy.
With guests James Bay and HG Nelson and guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Meshel Laurie and Lehmo plus stories on lettuce gate, stressed teachers, caffeine bracelets, Julian Assange, plus Hyla chats with the cast of the film The 33.
Could Tony Windsor's return bring down the Deputy Prime Minister? There is a new miracle fat drug in town. Will this give us the obesity cure we have been looking for? Also asks do you think your kids know where fruit comes from? Plus Alan Alda joins the program for a chat.
With guests Anh Do and Daniel Ricciardo, plus guest hosts Hamish Macdonald, Tommy Little & Jennifer Byrne, and stories on the US elections, the F1 Grand Prix, the Mafia, Mother Teresa's sainthood and Artificial Intelligence.
With guest Dylan Moran, plus guest host Joe Hildebrand, and stories on Bill Shorten at the Royal Commission, Campbells Cove nudist beach closing, donor-conceived people, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and rates of ageing.
With guest Christopher Pyne, plus guest hosts Fifi Box and Brad McEwan, and stories on saving the Orange-bellied parrot, why are Aussies so gloomy? Could house sharing help the elderly stay independent? Is this Australia's next NBA superstar?
As Americans prepare to cast their votes in the 2012 Presidential election, special correspondent Annabel Crabb heads to Florida to see what the ultimate swing state can tell us about definitive and decisive campaign issues and the political fortunes of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
Stories include, 'Government polls plunge', 'Banks remain closed', 'US Supreme Court to examine gay rights', 'Sir Bob says foreign aid could stop the boats', 'Jones and Geldof say business must do good' and 'The middle class and radical Islam in Russia'.
Waleed meets the Dalai Lama! Plus Shark Tank's Janine Allis live in the studio, Emma Stone and Bradley Cooper meet Lucy McDonald and guests hosts Lehmo and Gretel Killeen, and stories on the shonkiness of FIFA and media stuff-ups.
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.
Stories include, 'Boat arrival fuels Opposition attack on Government', 'China closely monitors Australia's carbon policy', 'Senator Fisher cries at shoplifting trial', 'New York braces for anniversary attack', 'Imperial hubris of the war on terror', 'Syrian military escalates campaign against protesters', 'Obama makes $400b pitch for jobs', 'The Long view on the economy', 'Coca-Cola plans court challenge against NT', 'Hosts take opening game of World Cup'.
Stories include, 'Asylum seeker boat crew face charges', 'Immigration Department breached human rights: HRC', 'Investigation into ADFA calls for cultural change', 'Stephen Fry: It's all about sex and food', 'Government attacks News Ltd over leadership story' and 'Greek government could fall over Eurozone vote'.
Stories include, 'NASA celebrates as rover lands on Mars', 'Government bullying journalists, says Abbott', 'Syrian prime minister defects to Jordan', 'Power struggle could lead to catastrophic war', 'Chief NASA scientist discusses Mars rover', 'Drone attacks creating generation of resentment in Pakistan', 'Community grieves after Sikh massacre'.
Stories include, 'Coulson arrested in perjury investigation', 'Assange loses appeal against extradition', 'Gillard delivers tax challenge to mining industry', 'NSW finalises deal to sell power generation', 'Child protection is failing children: Research', 'Fairfax workers strike against offshoring', 'Too simplistic, unfair to blame carers: Goward', 'Suu Kyi mobbed in Thailand' and 'Dylan awarded Medal of Freedom'.
Stories include, 'Qantas pilot alleges penalties for refusing extra time', 'Crash report recommends greater pilot training', 'Government attacks Opposition on policy', 'Fresh hacking claims hit News International', 'Libyan rebel commander assassinated', 'Boehner puts leadership on the line', 'Boehner weakened by failure: McMurtrie', 'The Long view on the US economy', 'Queensland flood victims await inquiry report', 'Darrow stands tall in Western legal history', 'Darrow biographer Farrell joins Lateline'.
Across the western world it is no longer the threat from al-Qaeda that governments are most concerned about. Instead, it's home-grown terror plots hatched by their own citizens. Following the attempt to bomb an airliner over Detroit on Christmas Day, this series presented by award-winning reporter Peter Taylor ('Age of Terror') looks at the angry young men of Generation Jihad who have turned their backs on the country where they were born.
With guests Russell Howard and Sir Richard Branson and guest hosts Sarah Harris, Tommy Little and Rachel Corbett. Plus stories on Salmon farm fights, Medicare personal information scares and acrylic nails for cats.
With guests Steve Vizard and Callan from MasterChef, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Tommy Little and Meshel Laurie, plus stories on an eco cover up, Adelaide's Telsa battery, beetle art, horse therapy and GPS tracking.
Show Me The Money
Australians are being misled into paying millions to a multi-national company that represents some of our biggest charities, according to a number of former contractors. In the past two years Appco has made $100 million from Australian charities through selling merchandise and signing up donors to monthly pledges. The drive to make money created a culture of bizarre sales rituals, the bastardisation of staff and the "ugly" mockery of the very people the company is raising money for, whistle-blowers have told Sunday Night in a special investigation.
Some of Appco's mega profits come through the work of vibrant young people who many Australians would have encountered door knocking neighbourhoods and fundraising at shopping centres. Referred to as "chuggers", short for "charity muggers", the frontline workers solicit donations on behalf of charities, sometimes claiming that more than 90 percent of the donations they receive will make it into the hands of the needy. Not so, said Ivan Alloshe, a former Appco contractor who worked his way up the ranks in the empire he now wants to expose.
Making it to 100 years of age once seemed like an impossible goal - and if you got a letter from the Queen you knew you'd earned it. But now, reaching that magic century is tantalisingly close for all of us. Scientists have just developed a miracle pill they say will not only help us live longer, but make those years healthier as well. But it's not just scientists who think they have the answers.
On an island in the Mediterranean, so many residents have surpassed the age of 100 that it's been nicknamed "The Island of the Immortals". This Sunday, Denham Hitchcock reveals the surprising results of a global search for the secret to a much longer and healthier life. Could the answer lie in a single pill?
With special guests Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V Gordon, plus guest hosts Dr Chris Brown and Fitzy, and stories on Trump's transgender military ban, good news, brain injury in the NFL, Tinier Teddies, and behind the scenes on Survivor.
With guests Andrew Morton and Mark Di Stefano, plus guest hosts Georgi Coghlan, Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on Donald Trump, skateboard scholarship, antibiotics for babies, makeup monster, the citizenship crisis, surfing school, and Princess Diana.
With guests Jessica from MasterChef and Josh Frydenberg, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on the US pulling out of the Paris Agreement, Facebook standards, and the snow dome queen.
With guests Bernard Foley and Sharlene from The Bachelor, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on terror in Barcelona, light painters, the week in politics, and the AFL International Cup.
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar, plus guest host Rachel Corbett as they investigate Australia's cash economy and reveal what life is like for deaf and blind Australians, with special guests Judith Lucy and Denise Scott.
With guests Christine Forster, Didja the cat and Steve Price, plus guest host Rachel Corbett, and stories on the gay marriage poll, Matthew Guy's dodgy lobster dinner, 30 years since Hoddle Street, power prices, and North Korea v Trump.
With guests Vance Joy, Steve Clemons and AK from Survivor, plus guest hosts Dave Thornton and Steve Price, and stories on sitting's link to bowel cancer, stroke heartbreak, North Korea's H-bomb, and are the Logies heading to the Gold Coast?
With guests Rosie Batty, Warren Entsch, Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black, Karen Gillan and Nick Jonas, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Dave Thornton and Gretel Killeen, and stories on finding your hero, the best city, and making change.
With guests Father Bob, Rhys Nicholson and Adam Gilchrist, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on expensive Christmas lights, the Melbourne CBD attack, koala fight, and Lehmo's Little Legends on Christmas.
With co-host Rachel Corbett and special guests Peking Duk and Lehmo, we discuss allegations against Dustin Hoffman, lifting the ATAR scores for teaching students, Alex McKinnon's wedding, and Carrie brings you this week's Good News!
With guests Kylie Minogue, Guy Pearce and Andrew Rule, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan and Gretal Killeen, and stories on the arrest of Borce Ristevski, genetic testing, high school civics results, and families who can't afford presents.