• The Good Doctor
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    The Good Doctor

    The first thing that strikes you about Freddie Highmore is his accent. It's British, very much so. But nailing the American accent – and quirky personality – of autistic surgeon Shaun Murphy was a pushover for Freddie. Not only has he been acting since he was 10, he's also an accomplished linguist

  • The Good Doctor: Freddie Highmore’s rise to fame
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    The Good Doctor: Freddie Highmore’s rise to fame

    On set, he’s gifted autistic surgeon Doctor Shaun Murphy. The second season of The Good Doctor has just begun, and there’s been a hugely positive reaction towards the show. Freddie thinks there’s a simple reason for its success.

  • Tic Tic Boom - Part 1
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    Tic Tic Boom - Part 1

    For many who live with Tourette Syndrome, the uncontrollable tics and outbursts all too often mean a life of public ridicule. Home is one of the few places they can find understanding and sanctuary. But there’s another little-known symptom of this condition that makes even family life hell – violent

  • Tic Tic Boom - Part 2
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    Tic Tic Boom - Part 2

    For many who live with Tourette Syndrome, the uncontrollable tics and outbursts all too often mean a life of public ridicule. Home is one of the few places they can find understanding and sanctuary. But there’s another little-known symptom of this condition that makes even family life hell – violent

  • ‘I turn into a different person’: the violent side of Tourette Syndrome
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    ‘I turn into a different person’: the violent side of Tourette Syndrome

    There’s a dark side of the debilitating disorder called Tourette Syndrome – it’s a personal prison, and there’s no cure. Rage attacks and vivid hallucinations are a side of Tourette’s most people never see, or knew existed. Diane Schubert is all too familiar with these symptoms.

  • Survive - Part 1
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    Survive - Part 1

    Meet the woman who beat impossible odds in the most inhospitable of places. Claire Nelson’s ordeal began after she set out on what was supposed to be a half-day hike in remote desert country. But a wrong turn, then a wrong step, and Claire plunged into a stony canyon. Terribly injured, all she had was

  • Survive - Part 2
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    Survive - Part 2

    Meet the woman who beat impossible odds in the most inhospitable of places. Claire Nelson’s ordeal began after she set out on what was supposed to be a half-day hike in remote desert country. But a wrong turn, then a wrong step, and Claire plunged into a stony canyon. Terribly injured, all she had was

  • ‘I knew something was about to be really bad’: woman’s miraculous survival after being injured alone in the desert
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    ‘I knew something was about to be really bad’: woman’s miraculous survival after being injured alone in the desert

    Claire Nelson has fallen off a cliff. Claire is filming what she’s going through on her camera. Bit by bit, day by day, as Claire’s condition deteriorates, her recordings are an incredible insight into how, when faced with the worst, she finds the strength to survive.

  • Eric Idle
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    Eric Idle

    They were irreverent, outrageous, and just plain silly. Five Poms and an American who revolutionised comedy with a riotous mix of satire, slapstick and the surreal. It’s now 50 years since Monty Python unleashed themselves on the world, becoming to comedy what the Beatles were to music. Long before the

  • Eric Idle: Monty Python star always looks on the bright side of life
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    Eric Idle: Monty Python star always looks on the bright side of life

    There’s plenty about the life of comic genius Eric Idle to feel bright about – decades of irreverent, mostly silly fun with Monty Python. Eric and the rest of the Monty Python gang found our funny bones in the late 1960s. Just as British artists like the Beatles were taking music to new places, Monty

  • How Australia catapulted ABBA to stardom
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    How Australia catapulted ABBA to stardom

    Forty years ago, Australia was gripped by ABBA mania. The talented Swedes were mobbed everywhere they went. Young and old lined streets and packed their concerts. We embraced them whole heartedly as honorary Aussies. Which was fitting, because without Australia they may not have become one of the greatest

  • ABBA - Part 1
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    ABBA - Part 1

    ABBA is undoubtedly Australia’s favourite pop group of all time, and that affection remains as strong today as it did four decades ago when the Swedish singers first toured the country. Recently, Björn, Benny, Agnetha & Anni-Frid returned to the studio, recording new music and preparing for a very unusual

  • ABBA - Part 2
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    ABBA - Part 2

    ABBA is undoubtedly Australia’s favourite pop group of all time, and that affection remains as strong today as it did four decades ago when the Swedish singers first toured the country. Recently, Björn, Benny, Agnetha & Anni-Frid returned to the studio, recording new music and preparing for a very unusual

  • ABBA - Part 3
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    ABBA - Part 3

    ABBA is undoubtedly Australia’s favourite pop group of all time, and that affection remains as strong today as it did four decades ago when the Swedish singers first toured the country. Recently, Björn, Benny, Agnetha & Anni-Frid returned to the studio, recording new music and preparing for a very unusual

  • ABBA - Part 4
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    ABBA - Part 4

    ABBA is undoubtedly Australia’s favourite pop group of all time, and that affection remains as strong today as it did four decades ago when the Swedish singers first toured the country. Recently, Björn, Benny, Agnetha & Anni-Frid returned to the studio, recording new music and preparing for a very unusual

  • ABBA - Part 5
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    ABBA - Part 5

    ABBA is undoubtedly Australia’s favourite pop group of all time, and that affection remains as strong today as it did four decades ago when the Swedish singers first toured the country. Recently, Björn, Benny, Agnetha & Anni-Frid returned to the studio, recording new music and preparing for a very unusual

  • ‘We were in love. How can it be a crime?’: how 34-year-old Mary Kay Letourneau fell in love with her 12-year-old student
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    ‘We were in love. How can it be a crime?’: how 34-year-old Mary Kay Letourneau fell in love with her 12-year-old student

    Mary Kay Letourneau made world headlines when she seduced her 12-year-old student, Vili Fualaau. Vili is now her husband, and their children – Audrey, born while their mother was on trial, and Georgia was born in prison. Mary Kay Letourneau was a much-liked and respected teacher at Shorewood Elementary

  • Strange Love - Part 1
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    Strange Love - Part 1

    Mary Kay Letourneau made international headlines when she seduced her student, Vili Fualaau. She was 34. He was 12. Even now, some two decades later, you can’t help but ask: ‘What was she thinking?’. Mary said it was true love, but no one else saw it that way. She was jailed twice but, somehow, the relationship

  • Strange Love - Part 2
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    Strange Love - Part 2

    Mary Kay Letourneau made international headlines when she seduced her student, Vili Fualaau. She was 34. He was 12. Even now, some two decades later, you can’t help but ask: ‘What was she thinking?’. Mary said it was true love, but no one else saw it that way. She was jailed twice but, somehow, the relationship

  • Strange Love - Part 3
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    Strange Love - Part 3

    Mary Kay Letourneau made international headlines when she seduced her student, Vili Fualaau. She was 34. He was 12. Even now, some two decades later, you can’t help but ask: ‘What was she thinking?’. Mary said it was true love, but no one else saw it that way. She was jailed twice but, somehow, the relationship

  • ‘It's not complicated’: the families going off the grid and saving big bucks
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    ‘It's not complicated’: the families going off the grid and saving big bucks

    “I feel like the other kids are missing something,” Arjuna tells Sunday Night’s Denham Hitchcock. This small farm in the wild comes equipped with a veggie patch, an orchard, tank water, animals for eggs, milk and meat, and solar power for electricity. Can you make electricity?

  • Off the Grid
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    Off the Grid

    Next to the mortgage, it’s without doubt one of our biggest household expenses. And if you’re finding it hard to pay your power bill now, brace yourself because gas and electricity bills are predicted to soar even higher. But there is another way – taking matters into your own hands. Pulling the plug

  • ‘The worst criminal offences in Victorian history’: the shocking murders of Ashley Coulston
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    ‘The worst criminal offences in Victorian history’: the shocking murders of Ashley Coulston

    Ashley Coulston had dreams to become famous. In fact, his actions would be so shocking, he would eventually become infamous.

  • In Plain Sight - Part 1
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    In Plain Sight - Part 1

    Ashley Coulston was an adventurer - someone who craved attention and fame. For a brief moment, he was famous - making headlines after an ill-fated attempt to sail a bath-tub sized boat from Australia to New Zealand. But these days, Coulston’s infamy has eclipsed that short lived fame. Michael Usher leads

  • In Plain Sight - Part 2
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    In Plain Sight - Part 2

    Ashley Coulston was an adventurer - someone who craved attention and fame. For a brief moment, he was famous - making headlines after an ill-fated attempt to sail a bath-tub sized boat from Australia to New Zealand. But these days, Coulston’s infamy has eclipsed that short lived fame. Michael Usher leads