With guests Benjamin Law, Jenny Phang, Anna Flanagan and Tory Shepherd, plus guest host Sarrah Le Marquand, and stories on pollies' citizenship at the High Court, mental health, new rental rules, leeches in hospitals, and the ugg boot battle.
Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Pete Helliar and guest host Rachel Corbett as they investigate why some Tasmanians are building their own coffins, break down the same-sex marriage No Campaign's first TV ad and check out The Hitman's Bodyguard.
With co-host Fitzy, and special guest Casey Donovan, we discuss the special counsel overseeing Donald Trump's investigation, how parkour is changing the lives of teenagers, the recent ATO sting, and Chelsea Manning's release.
With guests Jennifer Hudson, Sami Shah, Craig Reucassel, and the stars of Rough Night, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo and Steve Price, and stories on gun amnesty, imported breast milk, ban the bag and rising power bills.
The Hoddle Street Massacre
Thirty years ago, a lone gunman opened fire on the streets of Melbourne in a horrifying shooting rampage that killed seven people and injured 19 others. Now, Australia will see for the first time the killer's chilling manifesto of murder, handwritten from Julian Knight's prison cell.
She's the voice of a generation, with one of the best-selling records of all time and now an award-winning Broadway musical about her life. But there's a side to Carole King that you won't see on stage.
His son is one of the nation's footy greats. But our government says Dustin Martin's dad is a danger to our society. Shane Martin has never been jailed for any crime, but they deported him anyway. Yet a convicted killer has been allowed to stay. Why?
Working Class Man
His songs define the story of our nation, but there's much more to the story behind the Working Class Man. Finally, Jimmy Barnes is willing to lay it bare in an explosive Sunday Night interview.
With guests Kate Winslet, Jim Belushi, Justin Timerlake and Barrie Cassidy, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on the battle for Bennelong, hampers, the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, Digger's last day, and best toys for Christmas.
With guests Casey Legler, Australia's Mr Universe winner, and Masterchef's Rose Adam, guest host Steve Vizard, and stories on, a case of amnesia, landsharing, early onset dementia, and happy leap second day!
With guests Hugh Jackman and Zac Efron, plus guest hosts Liz Ellis and Gorgi Coghlan, and stories on rape allegations against Jarryd Hayne, the existence of aliens, bitcoin mania, the worst ads of the year, and Tommy's Tea Time on Christmas.
Elvis and Priscilla
Priscilla Presley shares treasured memories and untold stories of her life with Elvis.
Rock Star Chef
He's a perfectionist. Loud, demanding and a tyrant in the kitchen. At least that's the Marco Pierre White we see on television. As Sunday Night's Melissa Doyle discovers, away from the cameras, he's a very different person.
Millions of Australians suffer from at least one phobia. It could be a fear of spiders, dentists or even something as seemingly harmless as a bird. But now there's a high-tech treatment, inspired by - of all things - video games.
They reach dizzying heights when teams of more than 100 men, women and children climb on top of each other to create a living skyscraper. Concurs de Castells de Tarragona is a celebration of strength, courage and most of all, balance.
With guests Lincoln Lewis, Sammy J and Randy, Kayne from The Bachelor and Steve Price, and guest host Gretel Killeen, plus stories on the VW debacle, Russia's plans for Syria, Tinder, the Zambi Wildlife Retreat and Salim Mehajer.
With guests Dawn French, John Hewson, Julia Morris and Dr Chris Brown, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on police "babysitting" addicts, cyclist found cheating with motor, and Amanda Vanstone's call for Abbott's resignation.
With guests Robyn Butler, Dr Bridie O'Donnell and Joel Creasey, and stories on Shiite students and the national anthem, George Bender's daughter speaks out, developments in the Pearce-Stevenson murders, bacon causing cancer and more.
With guests Father Bob, Tom Ballard & HG Nelson, plus guest hosts Ray Martin, Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo & Meshel Laurie, and stories on drugs in the AFL, Brussels bombings, Jared Tallent's gold medal, cyclists vs cars, and Good Friday.
With guests Sam Frost and Al Murray, plus guest hosts Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on today's anti-terror summit, the coal seam gas mining tragedy, super juicer 'outrage, the radio station for kids and the guy doing a marathon backwards.
With guest Hugh Jackman, plus guest host Todd Sampson, and stories on the pregnant French woman hoax, claims that cruise companies are being pushed offshore, the man fighting prostate cancer by drawing penises, and ice's impact on addicts' families.
With guests Christopher Pyne, Sam Wood, Osher Gunsberg and Steve Price, plus guest host Todd Sampson, and stories on Bronwyn Bishop, moving to the country, marriage equality, the Family Court bombing arrest, and a man who's running 50 ultra-triathlon.
With guests Ice Cube, Troye Sivan, Naomi Klein and guest hosts Tommy Little and Chrissie Swan and stories on EBay turning 20, Legacy Week, The Bachelor and Waleed's take on our pollies' gambling addiction.
With guests M. Night Shyamalan and John Hewson, plus the Treasurer's tax cut suggestion, male plastic surgery, $2 million compensation for the woman imprisoned for a decade, and Mel Gibson vs the paparazzi.
With guests Hoppo & Reidy and Em Rusciano, plus guest host Jennifer Byrne, and stories on naming and shaming, the 100th anniversary of Lone Pine, MH370, missing person Carly McBride, sanitary products for homeless women, and the 15-year-old who's the tallest in his town.
With guests Stephen Fry and Arj Barker, plus guest host Adam Gilchrist, and stories on domestic violence, UberX vs Taxis, active wear, left-handedness being 'evil' and a dog that ate a diamond engagement ring.
With guests James Bowen, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monae and Taraji P Henson, and guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo and Jo Casamento, and stories on Trump's press conference, Ross River Virus, and kids on careers.
With guests Joel Creasey, Nick Xenophon, and Gogglebox's Lee and Keith, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on the omnibus bill fight, Domino's visa fight, school zoning, and a Valentine's Day 70th anniversary.
With guests Zoe Foster Blake, Barrie Cassidy and Waleed Aly from the US, plus guest hosts Hamish Macdonald and Gretel Killeen, and stories on Bob Day's Senate spot, the internet, Hillary Clinton, and Lyme Disease.
With guests Jarryd Hayne, Julie Bishop, Em Rusciano, Kirk Pengilly and Steve Clemons, plus guest hosts Hamish Macdonald and Steve Price, and stories on asylum seekers, Subzero the people's horse, three-year-old kinder, and Movember.
With guests Dami Im, Nick Xenophon and Rowan Dean, plus guest hosts Hamish Macdonald and Fitzy, and stories on the Trump election fallout, the week's good news, Trumpish politics in Australia, and charity worker exploitation claims.
With guests Helen Mirren, Adam Hills, and Mia Freedman, plus: the success of Tim Minchin's George Pell song, Jordan Raskopoulos comes out as transgendered, post-natal depression, and Roxy Jacenko hits out at doctored images of daughter.
With guests Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Robert Lopez, Angela Bishop and Martin Flanagan, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on the Nepal earthquake, the Bali Two executions, the Book of Mormon, Black Summer, and Anzac Day tweet outrage.
With guests Todd McKenney, Bill Shorten, Joel Creasey and Tegan Higginbotham, plus guest hosts Meshel Laurie and Lehmo, and stories on Aussie values, BB King, Shorten's vision, Cuba's cancer vaccine and celebrities' first jobs.
The story, 'Twice bitten', five weeks ago, Greg Pickering was one of Australia's best abalone divers. A shark attack in remote waters has left him with shocking injuries and it's the second shark attack he has survived. The story, 'Love actually', sits down with Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman in Toronto as they promote their extraordinary new film, The Railway Man. The story, 'The homecoming', just five months before he was assassinated, President John F Kennedy journeyed to the Kennedy's ancestral home of Ireland. Now, 50 years to the week after his death, the Kennedy clan makes the trip in honour of the fallen President.
What's Google doing with your search results? -- With guest host Fifi Box and stories on NSW's wild weather, anxiety in toddlers, a woman giving away embryos, samurai robots, and where do trolls come from?
With guests Rove, Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Ernie and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann plus guest Matt White and Steve Price, and stories on parental leave changes, NAPLAN, Mum of the Year, memory overload and the ghost town of Wittenoom.
With guests Grant Denyer and Meshel Laurie, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on the big freeze, the government cracks down on solar power, illegal housing, and the manhunt for Mexican escapee Joaquin Guzman.
With guest George Calombaris, plus guest host Todd Sampson, and stories on the sham of free range egg labelling, the crisis of housing affordability, and the Melbourne student completing school while living on the streets.
Stories include, 'Gillard warns states on electricity pricing', 'Known white supremacist named as temple gunman', 'Rayney witness alleges police intimidation', 'Australian critic Robert Hughes dead at 74', 'Turnbull remembers Robert Hughes' and 'Mission Beach still rebuilding after Cyclone Yasi'.
Stories include, 'Government blasts Abbott foreign investment policy', 'Jobs protest storms Qld Government', 'Annan quits impossible peace mission', 'The role luck plays in life' and 'NASA's Curiosity arrives at Mars'.
Stories include, 'Gillard's leadership in doubt', 'George Brandis joins Lateline', 'Taser footage released', 'Turkey expels Israeli ambassador', 'Libyan leaders promise timeline for elections', 'Women in the Arab Spring', 'The Long view on the economy', 'Technology gives Texas a second oil boom'.
Join co-hosts Matt White and Gretel Killeen, with special guest Stacey Thomson from Totally Wild, as they discuss a 65,000-year-old Australian discovery, tax breaks for sports stars, Aussies in space, plus Carrie Bickmore brings you this week's good news!
With guests Malcolm Turnbull, Jessica Mauboy and MasterChef's Arum, plus guest hosts Matt White and Rachel Corbett, and stories on looking after elderly neighbours, Home Office security agency, redheaded sperm donors, and a boy gets his motocross wish.
Episode 2000! With guests Merrick Watts, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and Michelle Rodriguez and guest host Steve Price. Plus stories on potential wars with North Korea, Syria and Russia, One Nation's call to cut the ABC's funding and Pricey's new tattoo.
The Night Nurse
The former partner of a nurse who killed two elderly patients in a northern NSW care home has revealed how she boasted years earlier about how she knew how to "commit the perfect murder". He helped put her behind bars after he read of a chillingly similar crime in the news. "Yeah, yeah straight away I knew," Richard, whose identity has been protected, told Sunday Night. By that time, yeah. I'd seen vindictive, I'd experienced it so I knew she knew no limits." Had the deaths of 82-year-old Marie Darragh and Isabella Spencer, 77, at NSW St Andrews Aged Care Home not occurred in the same night Megan Haines may never have been caught. They were both injected with fatal doses of insulin and appeared to have had massive strokes. When Richard met Megan Haines in Melbourne in 2008 he didn't realise that her disturbing theory of "the perfect crime" was, in fact, a plan.
Girls Night Out
It was in March 2014 that Rebecca Weller last had a drink. She had woken the following day at 5am, staring at the ceiling with her dehydrated head pounding ... and wondering why she kept doing this to herself. "If you'd told me back then that life would be better on this side, I wouldn't have believed you," she tells Sunday Night. "How would I have fun? How would I relax? How would I socialise, without wine?" But Rebecca says if she hadn't tried a sobriety experiment for herself, she would never have known her true potential. "I'm not going to lie, the first 90 days were tough," she says. "Every night at 6pm, when I'd usually pour myself a glass of wine, I didn't quite know what to do with myself. I felt irritated and out of sorts. I wanted to feel happy and confident in my choice not to drink. Forget FOMO, I wanted to feel empowered by the changes I was making." Eventually, Rebecca realised how much sobriety enhanced her clarity, creativity and productivity - not to mention confidence and self-worth. And she hasn't looked back for a second. Now Rebecca is helping other women do the same via her online coaching program, Sexy Sobriety.
Take It To The Limit
As he prepares to tour solo in Australia, Eagles' singer/songwriter Don Henley says he is still processing the sudden death of frontman Glenn Frey. The band were in the early stages of planning another reunion tour in March 2016 when Glenn went to hospital for gastrointestinal tract surgery and he died unexpectedly from complications. Glenn was 67. "Yeah, still processing it, it has got to be processed for a long time," Don Henley says. "It hasn't even been a year yet, you know ... It happened rather suddenly. There had been some health problems for a while but we thought they were under control and it just happened quickly." Despite being one of the most successful bands of the '70s - peaking in 1976 with Hotel California - the Eagles' had a very public and bitter split in 1980, vowing to work again "when hell freezes over". It was 14 years before the old friends could put their differences aside and reunite for the aptly named Hell Freezes Over Tour.
Aussie trick-shot sensations How Ridiculous have claimed back their world record from their American rivals after netting a basketball from 180m, and in just three tries. Last year, at a dam in Tasmania, the Perth trio made history by sinking a basketball from 126m, making global headlines and capturing millions of views on YouTube. But their triumph was short lived with US trick-shot rivals Dude Perfect quickly breaking their record with their own shot from a height of 162m in Oklahoma.
With Zac Efron and Alexandra Daddario, Tom Larkin, Lucy McDonald and Peter Hartcher, plus guest hosts Tarsh Belling, Lehmo and Jo Stanley, and stories on politics, Rolf Harris' release, deporting Lucia Rodriguez, RIP Chris Cornell, and bogan fashion.
Four-year-old Chase Walker-Steven has severe epilepsy and quadriplegic cerebral palsy. He can't walk or talk but the struggle to save the life of this little boy is at the centre of tug of war between traditional and alternative treatments. In a Sunday Night investigation Chase's parents, Jacinda 'Cini' Walker and Marc Steven, revealed that after years of putting their faith in traditional medicine they had come to the conclusion their child was getting worse, not better.
Desperate to give their little boy his best chance of survival, the Brisbane couple went in search of an alternative treatment and turned to the controversial Church of Ubuntu in Newcastle. Following the advice of charismatic church leader, BJ Futter, Chase was put on an organic diet and given doses of cannabis oil.
Cini and Marc claim they immediately saw an improvement in their son. But a month ago, during a routine medical examination at the Lady Cilento Hospital in Brisbane, doctors advised Cini and Marc that they needed to admit Chase for urgent medical treatment. They were alarmed at Chase's dramatic weight loss. In a matter of months he had gone from 22kg to just over 11kg after switching to an all-organic diet. Instead of admitting their son to hospital, Cini and Marc packed up the family and drove 800km south to Newcastle to the Church of Ubuntu.
Breaking The Silence
The Whiskey Au Go Go firebombing is one of the most notorious crimes in Queensland history. Fifteen people died in that blaze, exposing a murky underworld web of violence and corruption. Tangled up in that web was Barbara McCulkin, the wife of a Brisbane gangster: the woman who knew too much. Less than a year after the bombing, Barbara and her two daughters disappeared, never to be seen again. It turns out all three were murdered to protect the guilty. Steve Pennells reports that justice for the McCulkins has been a long time coming.
Almost 40 years after he left the building, Elvis Presley is on stage again. The Wonder of You tour has arrived in Australia direct from Graceland with a captivating 40-piece orchestra breathing life into his performance in May and June.
With guests Cory Bernardi, Hamish Macdonald and Steve Price, plus guest host Gretel Killeen, and stories on Australian victims of London terror, the Qatar crisis, overseas influence on politicians, and nursing home residents do hot laps.
House Of Ibrahim
After a massive international police operation, 18 people were arrested including three members of the Ibrahim family. "Teflon" John Ibrahim was not arrested in the sting - how does he manage to stay above it all?
Elvis And Me
She's the woman who knew Elvis Presley better than one else - his ex-wife Priscilla. In this interview with Mike Amor, Priscilla shares treasured memories and untold stories of her life with The King.
With guests Arj Barker, Tony Burke and Mark from Survivor, plus guest host Rachel Corbett, and stories on the citizenship saga spilling over to New Zealand, renewable energy in California, confessional laws, and unrealistic job expectations.
Rebel With A Cause
In a worldwide exclusive, actress Rebel Wilson details how a series of malicious articles painted her as a serial liar and almost derailed her career.
Charles Manson: the inside story. The youngest member of the Manson 'family' is finally speaking out, 50 years after members of the murderous cult was arrested.