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60 Minutes is a popular Australian current affairs program based on the U.S. version of the same name. Featuring many noted Australian journalists over the years, the current presenters include Liam Bartlett, Tara Brown, Liz Hayes and Peter Overton.

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S255E01 Roshani/El Chapo 07/02/2016 Roshani Roshani Priddis was born into unimaginable poverty in Sri Lanka. When she was six weeks old her mother made the heartbreaking decision to give her up in order to save her life. Roshani came to Australia, to the Priddis family in Tamworth, NSW. They gave her a new life and all of their love. She grew up in a comfortable home and went to good schools. Roshani even lived her dream of becoming a singer – on Australian Idol and last year’s The X Factor, when she shot to No. 1 on iTunes. But here in the lucky country something has always been missing and 28 years after leaving Sri Lanka, Roshani is embarking on a search to find her long lost mother. Allison Langdon joined her for this incredible journey full of emotional twists and heartbreaking turns. Reporter: Allison Langdon Producer: Jo Townsend El Chapo He was the world’s most wanted drug trafficker. For decades, the ruthless Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman destroyed millions of lives and reaped billions of dollars. But when he was finally captured a few weeks ago, pulled out of a sewer in Mexico wearing a filthy singlet over his middle-aged paunch, El Chapo looked more like El Cheapo. While law enforcement authorities rejoiced at his arrest, they are not even close to mission accomplished in the brutal war against drugs. In fact, the reality is just the opposite. Business is booming. El Chapo’s Sinaloa cartel rules with murderous force and record quantities of drugs are still being smuggled around the world. Australia is the new market place where the street value of a kilo of cocaine is 10 times that of America. Liz Hayes goes inside El Chapo’s secret tunnels, patrols the dangerous drug streets of Mexico and speaks to the drug cops who hunted El Chapo. Reporter: Liz Hayes Producer: Phil Goyen
S255E02 Taken/Cyndi Lauper 14/02/2016 Taken Chances are you will find this story incredibly hard to believe. It’s confronting and confounding, but it really happened. Raised in middle-class Sydney, Katie Lang’s future was almost assured – exciting and prosperous. But her big mistake was to fall in love with the wrong man. Katie thought Damion Baston wanted to be her boyfriend. What he really wanted was to be her pimp. He used violence to control her, turning her into a sex slave and trafficking her around the world. But what this monster didn’t anticipate was Katie’s strength, and when she was finally able to escape his abuse, she set about plotting her revenge. Reporter: Tara Brown Producer: Laura Sparkes Cyndi Lauper If you didn’t know better you’d swear the word quirky was invented to describe singer Cyndi Lauper. Everything about her is unique, from her highly distinctive voice to her individual fashion sense. But thank goodness for Cyndi Lauper. Her catchy hits – some of them silly, all of them heartfelt – helped us get through the 1980s. The songs continue to get airplay around the world, but today Cyndi’s enjoying a career renaissance with her Broadway musical, Kinky Boots. She is also raising her considerable voice for those without a voice, the alienated and the less well-off, and she wants Australian politicians to start listening. Reporter: Liz Hayes Producer: Phil Goyen
S255E03 The Joanne Lees story 12/02/2017 Where's Peter? The most infamous outback crime in Australian history. Survivor Joanne Lees courageously returns to the Northern Territory to search for her murdered boyfriend, Peter Falconio
S255E04 Mason’s Law, Lost At Sea, All the Gloss 26/02/2017 Why did Mason's mother agree to marry the monster who murdered her 16 month old toddler; the miraculous survival of a fisherman thrown overboard in shark infested waters; and the absolutely glamorous Aussie queens of fashion magazines.
S255E05 Saving Our Sons, The Protector, Craving More 05/03/2017 After 37 years in the force including a decade as top cop, Commissioner Andrew Scipione is about to hand in his badge; why so many young men like local footy star Jake Fitzsimmons are struggling to cope; and Canadian crooner, k.d. lang.
S255E06 Living the Dream/Not Welcome Home/Trump 13/03/2016 Living the Dream When Jarryd Hayne announced he was quitting rugby league to chase a long-held ambition to play American football, people thought the “Hayne Plane” was plain crazy. Why would this NRL superstar give up the fortune and the fame he earned in Australia to follow a dream all the experts said couldn’t be realised? Hayne himself had doubts. He didn’t know if he’d be good enough for American football, he didn’t even know the complicated rules of the game. All he knew was that he wanted to give it a go. So he did. This Sunday on 60 Minutes, an extraordinary behind-the-scenes look at Hayne’s incredible journey – from saying goodbye to his family and former team mates to landing in LA with nowhere to live; the search for an NFL team willing to give him a go; and the highs and lows of competing in the world’s toughest sport. It is raw, unprecedented access to a young man brave enough to live his dream, and a reminder to everyone that the impossible can be possible. Reporter: Karl Stefanovic Producer: Laura Sparkes Not Welcome Home Australia’s spy agency, ASIO, has declared 19-year-old Oliver Bridgeman from Toowoomba an enemy of the nation. It suspects him of being a terrorist. Bridgeman says the accusation is not true, and that far from being a risk, he is a humanitarian aid worker. His problem, though, is that for the past year he’s been living in Syria, a country destroyed by civil war and overrun by Islamic State extremists. Now Bridgeman wants to come home, but our government refuses to lay out the welcome mat. On 60 Minutes, his distraught parents break their silence and tell Tara Brown of their anguish at the betrayal of authorities who up until now had promised to help them bring their son home. Reporter: Tara Brown Producers: Gareth Harvey, Ali Smith Trump It was once hard to believe but is now looking more and more likely that Donald Trump, the billionaire property developer and loudmouth reality TV star, could become America’s next President. And
S255E07 The Russell Street Bombings/Sweden/Amaal Finn 20/03/2016 The Russell Street Bombings: The killer’s confession as he plots his release from prison, Liz Hayes and 60 Minutes crews attacked in Sweden, a country at breaking point and finally some good news for Amaal Finn, trapped in Egypt with her daughter.
S255E08 Extreme Vetting, Family Business, Great Barrier Grief 26/03/2017 Australia's 'extreme vetting', who is coming here from Syria and Iraq? The best childcare and parental leave in the world, why can't we have it too? The Great Barrier Reef, disappearing before our very eyes.
S255E09 Samantha Knight – Never Forgotten, Waist Not Want Not, Broken Justice 02/04/2017 It was the crime that made us cry but now Samantha Knight's killer may be freed. Why the evil predator should never be released. Temper tantrums in the glamorous world of fashion. And how did a granny killer end up living in a nursing home.
S255E10 Vapour Trails, Petite Tina, Never Give Up, Who Killed Josh 09/04/2017 On 60 Minutes, champion cyclist Anna Meares fighting to save the coach who made her great and Liam Bartlett gets cheeky with Aussie superstar Tina Arena in Paris.
S255E11 The Great Escape, The Hornet, A Tooth for an Eye 16/04/2017 From humble school teacher to The Hornet, the unlikely Aussie boxing champ, Jeff Horn; The great escape – families say goodbye to the rat race, hello to a permanent holiday; the strangest breakthrough in medicine, saving sight with a tooth.
S255E12 Kelly, States of Hate, Keep Out, The Missing 30/04/2017 Kelly Rowland, singing superstar and Beyonce's best friend. Liz Hayes confronts the Ku Klux Klan. The QLD farmer bullied by 'big gas' refuses to give up. And never forgetting Aussies who go missing.
S255E13 One Helluva Day, Crook Deal 07/05/2017 How Glenn Dickson's mates refused to let him die after he was attacked twice by a massive bull shark; & the worst case of big bank greed – destroying a successful business by making its loyal and honest owners deal with a convicted crook.
S255E14 The Killer Storm, Helter Shelter, Impossible Choice 14/05/2017 The deadly storm which caused a mass asthma epidemic. When will it strike again? The billionaires' tough advice for first home buyers; and Elle Halliwell celebrates her first Mother's Day with her new baby boy.
S255E15 Cassandra Sainsbury: The Real Story, Don't Tell 21/05/2017 The truth behind Cassandra Sainsbury, A south Australian woman incarcerated in Colombia on Drug smuggling charges and the story of the sexual abuse of a 12 year old girl in one of Queensland's elite private schools.
S255E16 Hamish & Andy, Breaking the Code 28/05/2017 Liz Hayes with comedic duo Hamish & Andy still as popular as ever after 15 years plus Ross Coulthart with a major 60 Minutes investigation into one of Australia's most infamous cold cases.
S255E17 The Long Way Home, Must Win Battle, Remembering Anthony Foster 04/06/2017 As a 5 year old, Joel got lost from his family in a busy market in the Philippines-30 years later he returns in an emotional search for his mum; plus Channel 9's inspirational Matt Callander and his courageous battle against brain cancer.
S255E18 Unmasked, Game On, Turia 11/06/2017 The images of the 'boy in the hood' locked up in detention, shocked the nation. Now Dylan Voller tells his harrowing story; How to be rich and famous playing computer games; and inspirational Turia Pitt faces her greatest challenge.
S255E19 Diana's Secrets, Lorde Knows, Death of a Champ 18/06/2017 The secret Diana tapes – what the Princess revealed about her miserable life inside the Palace; the second coming of pop phenomenon Lorde; and the heartbreaking anguish of pro-boxer Davey Browne's family.
S255E20 Keep Out!/Top Price 19/06/2016 Keep Out! What would you do if someone walked into your backyard, dug a big hole and put a fence around it with a sign saying ‘No Trespassing’? In all likelihood you’d shout and scream and call the police. But what if when the police came they threatened to arrest you, not those who wrecked your property and locked you out? In many parts of rural Australia this is the outrageous scenario now playing out between farmers and big gas companies, whose relentless – often ruthless – quest for new sources of gas seems to have no limits. In a special 60 Minutes investigation, Michael Usher reveals evidence showing the high-pressure, secret tactics used by some gas companies which are driving hard-working country folk from their land. Queensland farmer Kane Booth used to have a multi-million-dollar cattle business until three coal seam gas wells were drilled on his property. He says the wells affected the water supply on his land, rendering it useless for fattening his cattle. He’s now been forced to abandon the property and sell off his herd. Not surprisingly, Kane and his young family are devastated, but have vowed to fight on. However, a similar battle on a neighbouring property has had a tragic outcome. George Bender fought a coal seam gas company for years, blaming it for polluting his property. But it turned out to be a battle of attrition he was never going to win. Reporter: Michael Usher Producer: Laura Sparkes Top Price You have to marvel in awe and wince in pain at Toby Price’s commitment to being the best off-road motorcycle racer in the world. At last count, the 28-year-old daredevil from the Hunter Valley had racked up 27 broken bones. His worst riding injury three years ago fractured vertebrae in his neck, which left him perilously close to becoming a quadriplegic. His mum, Pauline, and dad, John, might disagree, but Toby reckons the rewards of hurtling through the desert at breakneck speeds justify the risks. In January this year he became the first Austral
S255E21 Patient 71, Work 'Til You Drop, Chicago Without Hope 02/07/2017 Julie Randall was diagnosed with incurable cancer but she refused to die. The inspirational story of Patient 71; Charles Wooley rues why he can never afford to retire; & Liz Hayes reports from the frontline - war on the streets of Chicago.
S255E22 The Unthinkable, Apocalypse Soon, Goat Rush 09/07/2017 Ralph & Kathy Kelly's enormous courage – they lost both their sons in unthinkable circumstances, but they continue to help others; Where will you go when the apocalypse strikes?; and clever farmers turning pests into profit.
S255E23 The Survivor, Boom to Bust, Search for a Son 16/07/2017
S255E24 Sins of the Father, Thin Ice, Richo 23/07/2017 Inside the Aussie Church where women must submit to their husbands- one woman bravely speaks out- taking on the head of the Church- her very own son; Ice-skating's Olympic knee-cap scandal 20 years on; and Richo- the man who would not die.
S255E25 Justice for Anthea, Young and Crazy 30/07/2017 A family fights for justice for their murdered daughter, as Liam Bartlett confronts a suspect; & the crazy, dangerous life of Aussie adventurer and author, Rusty Young.
S255E26 In the Line of Fire, Tall Poppy 06/08/2017 On 60 MINUTES, courage beyond words: How three complete strangers put themselves in a gunman's line of fire to save a young woman's life; and lipstick queen Poppy King, refusing to let critics smudge out her career.
S255E27 Unwanted/Predator/The Missing 07/08/2016 When adoption goes wrong. Tara Brown uncovers the heartbreaking trade in unwanted children. And Allison Langdon's toughest assignment ever - diving the freezing waters of Antarctica for a close-up encounter with ferocious leopard seals.
S255E28 Emma/Chinawood/Top Dog 14/08/2016 Meet two little girls trapped in the wrong body. Emma & Izzy were born boys and now want to be female forever, plus Alison Langdon on the sets of China's massive movie industry & meet the scientists who can tell you how smart your dog is.
S255E29 #Roxy/Licence to Kill/Hate Preacher 21/08/2016 Roxy Jacenko breaks her silence on her husband's insider trading conviction & her battle with breast cancer, Liam Bartlett on the bloody streets of the Philippines as President Rodrigo Duterte tells the nation it's ok to kill drug dealers.
S255E30 Back to the Future/Being Barbra/Keep Out! 28/08/2016 She's back! Pauline Hanson makes a spectacular political return with more confidence than ever and a new secret weapon & Michael Usher's red faced moment with one of the world's biggest stars - Barbra Streisand.
S255E31 2014-09-07 07/09/2014 The Slipper Scandal It was one of the great political scandals of our time. When Peter Slipper ratted on the Liberal Party and accepted the Speaker’s job in Federal Parliament, he helped prop up a Labor Government that was on the verge of collapse. The sexual harassment claim and publication of vile and disgusting text messages that soon followed, would destroy Slipper and further destabilise the minority Gillard government. When the whistleblower and alleged victim decided against continuing his case, most thought that was the final chapter in a sordid and grubby political chapter. This Sunday, 60 Minutes will reveal that The Slipper Scandal lives on, and festers inside the current government led by Prime Minister Tony Abbott. James Ashby, the man at the centre of those dramatic events breaks his silence for the first time. What he tells Liz Hayes will rock the Abbott Government. Reporter: Liz Hayes Producer: Stephen Rice
S255E32 The Gift/Taking the Plunge/No Surrender 11/09/2016 Australia's richest grandparents put their hope in dope to save their very ill granddaughter, diving over the edge- the Aussie taking on a death defying sport and Charles Wooley goes back to where he came from.
S255E33 Baby Business/Life From Death/House Proud/Beware 18/09/2016 The desperate older mums risking everything to have a child; and would you take the heart of a serial killer? Plus a walk down memory lane with Crowded House.
S255E34 The Croc Wrangler/Das Liars 25/10/2015 The Croc Wrangler Matt Wright should have “Danger” as his middle name. He loves nothing more than jumping into his helicopter to whip across the outback, only to then wrestle with a rogue crocodile or two. It’s exploits like these that are making Matt an international star as The Outback Wrangler; a modern day Crocodile Dundee. But it’s not all about fame and fortune. Matt’s very real and dangerous job is protecting locals in the Top End from the growing number of giant crocodiles. This Sunday, 60 Minutes goes along for the ride as Matt hunts a five metre monster weighing more than a tonne. It’s a white knuckle ride. Reporter: Peter Stefanovic Producer: Nick Greenaway Das Liars Volkswagen is right in the middle of a corporate scandal of epic proportions. The German auto giant has been caught lying, on a spectacular scale. 11 million of its ‘clean’ diesel engine cars were equipped with software deliberately programmed to cheat pollution tests. A blatant con that is highly illegal. In Australia, 10 Volkswagen models have now been suspended from sale, and 77-thousand vehicles face recall at the very least. Volkswagen’s ruthless drive to be world number one, hid a dirty secret – diesel engines that couldn’t deliver on high performance and still meet environmental standards. Michael Usher goes inside the Volkswagen lie, and meets the small band of engineering students who’ve brought a giant to its knees. Reporter: Michael Usher Producer: Gareth Harvey
S255E35 Death In A Café/Kylie’s Law/Big Brother 09/10/2016 Death in a café, did Jessica kill her beautiful best friend by putting cyanide in her coffee? One brave Aussie's fight for our right to die and the last Bee Gee, Barry Gibb, making sure the show goes on.
S255E36 My Brilliant Career/MH17/The Long Road Ahead 16/10/2016 Allison Langdon talks to Australia's most controversial cricket captain, Michael Clarke; inside doomed flight MH17 and BMX champion Sam Willoughby facing his biggest challenge.
S255E37 Dark Secret/Big Business/Breakthrough 23/10/2016 Ross Coulthart investigates Australia's creepiest cold case; the incredible Aussie women turning motherhood into big business; and a breakthrough treatment for sufferers of Multiple Sclerosis.
S255E38 Married to a monster/Gem of Africa/Hillary 30/10/2016 The unsuspecting partners of men hiding vile secrets, could you report the man you love? The Aussie Gem of Africa - educating the poorest kids in the world. Inside the Clinton campaign for President. And the poison princess - guilty.
S255E39 A Matter of Trust/Whisky Business/Law Unto Himself 06/11/2016 What happened to baby Darcy when he was left in the care of someone his mother thought she could trust; Charles Wooley finds the world's best whisky very close to home; and Donald Trump's hero, the notorious Sheriff Joe.
S255E40 Gable Tostee: The Interview/Much Ado About Nothing/Sting 13/11/2016 In an extraordinary interview with Liam Bartlett, Gable Tostee tries to explain his version of events on that terrible night; Jerry Seinfield, the world's most famous comedian, discusses the exacting science of his everyday humour.
S255E41 Impossible Choice/Pablo Escobar - My Father/Less Is More/Saroo - The Movie 20/11/2016 Pregnant journalist Elle Halliwell's impossible choice – to save her baby or herself; a life of extremes - growing up as the son of notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar; Rugby great Peter FitzSimons' war on sugar.
S255E42 Great White Hope/Misfortune/60 Minutes Timeless: Graduates of Hell 27/11/2016 New technology keeping sharks and humans apart; the problem with pokies & the legal firm taking on the gambling giants; a 60 MINUTES classic from 1984 – Japan's boot camp for lazy businessmen.
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S00E29 00/00/0000 Hitting home: The smacking issue Three out of four Australian parents still smack their kids to keep them in line. That's come as a real shock to child welfare agencies. So much so, they want the government to ban physical punishment altogether. As Peter Harvey reports, there's no way some parents will stop smacking ? they're never going to spare the rod and spoil their child. The Boss: Glen Boss and The Melbourne Cup Even if you're not a racing fan ? we defy you to watch last year's Melbourne Cup and not be moved, not be on the edge of your seat as Makybe Diva heads for home. The crowd roaring, jockey Glen Boss down low in the saddle, the finish line in sight, the champion's third Melbourne Cup in a row ? it was a truly unique achievement for both horse and rider. Makybe Diva's retired now, but Glen Boss is still going strong, hungry for more Melbourne Cups. Saving Corporal Lyon This is MASH ? 21st-century style. There's no Hawk Eye or Honeycutt scrounging for supplies, making do with the army's cast offs. That was Korea in the '50s. This is Iraq, 2006, where doctors, nurses and medics are revolutionising combat medicine with mind-boggling science and good old fashioned guts.
S00E30 00/00/0000 GIRLS WILL BE BOYS It's their idea of a fun night out but there's nothing pretty about it. Half-naked, foul-mouthed women throwing down too much booze and throwing themselves at too many men. And to cap off the evening, they're just as likely to pick a fight. They're called ladettes or yobettes, a new breed of young woman hell-bent on outdoing the blokes and they're truly frightening, violent, selfish, with no sense of shame. But not only are they hurting those around them, far more worrying is the damage they're doing to themselves. KNIGHTLEY ATTRACTION You have to keep reminding yourself she's only 23. Because Keira Knightley's already got a body of work most Hollywood veterans would kill for. It seems years ago now she kicked off her career in the cult movie "Bend it Like Beckham" before finding her sea-legs in "Pirates of the Caribbean". Of course, these days Keira's better known for her stunningly glamorous roles. But off-screen this superstar's anything but a preening princess. As Michael Usher discovered, she's earthy, irreverent, one of the boys. THE BEAR AWAKES We all prayed those days were over. But Russia is on the prowl again, in an angry mood and still armed to the teeth with a massive arsenal of nuclear weapons. The bear slumbered for 20 years after the collapse of communism, crippled by its basket-case economy and rampant corruption. But new-found wealth and a growing sense of pride under Vladimir Putin have fuelled a dangerous new nationalism. Now the old belligerence is back. And, as Liam Bartlett reports, suddenly the world is on the brink of a new Cold War.
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