- Undercover (2016): Episode 1
- Vampire Detective: Episode 2
- When Calls the Heart: Hearts in Question
- Sunday Night: Justice for Baby Chloe/The Honey Badger’s Top Adventure
- Whose Is the Kakkou's Egg : Episode 2
- Naked News: Naked News Magazine 2016-04-03
- 60 Minutes Australia: Eye Catching/Germ Warfare/Ship Happens/His Finest Hour
- The Walking Dead: Last Day on Earth
- Paul O'Grady: The Sally Army and Me: Episode 2
- Super Shore: Episode 10
Posted: 03 Apr 2016 04:42 PM PDT
For the past twenty years Maya Cobbina has defended Rudy Jones, a man falsely imprisoned for murder. Today he is to be executed by lethal injection in Louisiana. Rudy’s parting words are “Go big” – he wants her to change the system that allows such injustices to occur.
With Rudy’s appeal ringing in her ears, Maya returns to London and discovers that she’s been pegged to take the role of director of public prosecutions, a prominent position that might allow her to finally bring to justice the death of her friend Michael Antwi, a charismatic anti-racism campaigner.
Maya’s husband Nick Johnson is a man dedicated to his wife and children. When a hidden past threatens to destroy his world, to what lengths will he go to protect his family?
Posted: 03 Apr 2016 03:40 PM PDT
Vampire Detective: Episode 2
Posted: 03 Apr 2016 02:39 PM PDT
Jack’s mother arrives in Hope Valley and quickly proves to be a challenge for Elizabeth; Rosemary plans her perfect wedding.
Posted: 03 Apr 2016 01:38 PM PDT
Justice for Baby Chloe
What would you do if you left your child with a babysitter and two days later she was dead? What would you do if the babysitter was charged with child homicide and was later acquitted? And what would you do if an inquest later found that your 10-month-old daughter most likely died because of the babysitter? You'd want justice. But for Melbourne parents Anthony and Kat Murphy, that may never happen. It's now been six years since their baby Chloe died. Six years since a precious night out together ended with them rushing their daughter to hospital with what turned out to be massive – and fatal – brain damage. Three weeks ago the final chapter in Chloe's very short life was written. The coronial inquiry heard from nine expert witnesses, who all gave testimony leading the coroner to conclude that, on the balance of probabilities, the babysitter caused the fatal injuries. But under our legal system, the prime suspect will most likely never be brought before a court of law again. In this special Sunday Night investigation, Denham Hitchcock speaks exclusively to Anthony and Kat Murphy about their fight for justice and hears compelling evidence from one of the key experts who has no doubt who was responsible for baby Chloe's death.
The Honey Badger's Top Adventure
He's as well known for his quirky one-liners as he is for his ability to sniff out a try. But the man who fires off his zingers quicker than a rat up a drainpipe has a side to him that will greatly surprise. For football superstar and Olympic Sevens hopeful Nick Cummins has a very personal goal in his life: to help two of his seven siblings battle a terminal illness and to be a loving son to his dying dad. To do that, the man they call the Honey Badger has taken dad Mark and two of his brothers to one of the wildest and most beautiful places in Australia – the Kimberley. It's been high on his dad's bucket list so for a week they sampled the wild delights of our remote north west. But amongst the fishing, the swimming and the high jinx, Sunday Night guest reporter Simon Reeve witnessed great moments of love and tenderness between a father and son who know their time together is fast running out.
Posted: 03 Apr 2016 12:37 PM PDT
Whose Is the Kakkou's Egg : Episode 2
Posted: 03 Apr 2016 11:36 AM PDT
Naked News: Naked News Magazine 2016-04-03
Posted: 03 Apr 2016 10:32 AM PDT
That venerable crime-fighting institution, Scotland Yard, is currently recruiting good-lookers. No, it doesn't need more attractive police officers, but rather people with a talent for never forgetting a face. They are called "super recognisers" and they're the tiny percentage of humans who have the ability to distinguish and differentiate one person's face from millions of others, even if they've only seen that face once, and even if it was years or decades ago. British police have now formed an elite squad of "super recognisers" and their investigative results are so impressive that Australian police are now taking a closer look. And that means if you've got something to hide, you'd better watch out.
At 24, Sam O'Sullivan thought he was invincible. An elite athlete and rising Aussie Rules star, nothing could stop him. Then one day seven months ago he felt slightly ill. At first he thought he had a hangover, then possibly the flu, but he didn't get better. It turns out an extremely rare flesh-eating superbug had somehow invaded his body and was devouring his muscles. The microbe, called Necrotizing Myositis, was as virulent as it was frightening. Doctors said if Sam was lucky he'd survive, but they'd have to amputate limbs. The more likely outcome, they warned, was death. Sam O'Sullivan's only hope was to go to war against this killer germ.
When it comes to fun and adventure on the high seas, Australians lead the world. Every year more than a million of us are farewelled by family and friends as we head out on a cruise. And because business is so full steam ahead here, shipbuilders in Germany are working overtime to construct even bigger and more opulent ships. As Michael Usher discovered, the ocean liner assembly line is an astonishing sight that's only matched by the mega-ships that come off it – one of which will soon be calling Australia home.
His Finest Hour
It often takes tragedy for people to realise their own incredible strength and courage. Four years ago army engineer Curtis McGrath stood on a landmine in Afghanistan. Both his legs were blown off. But Curtis was the medic on this patrol, so even though he was horrifically injured, he had to supervise his own emergency treatment. In his finest hour, he did a fantastic job – he survived. Back home, Curtis has not only learnt to walk again but has now passed an extraordinary physical test to achieve an incredible dream.
Posted: 03 Apr 2016 09:31 AM PDT
To save one of their own, Rick’s group must venture outside the walls. Their experience there will change their lives forever.
Posted: 03 Apr 2016 08:30 AM PDT
The presenter’s work with the Salvation Army continues as he takes on the challenge of teaching some life skills by giving a group of troubled teenagers a baking lesson. He also comes to the aid of a homeless man who has finally got a roof over his head by helping him to move in, and is persuaded to perform a rap song
Posted: 03 Apr 2016 07:29 AM PDT
Super Shore: Episode 10
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