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The former rocker and politician reveals the first explosive details from his new book, from the Labor party's policy shortcomings to revelations about leadership.

Have sharks been unfairly portrayed for all these years? We meet an expert who has made friends with the creatures that terrify most Aussies.

He's the sensitive soul with a sharp tongue and James Blunt has never been shy of speaking his mind. He opens up to Rahni Sadler about life in the military and unexpected fame.

Our upcoming interview with Peter Garrett reveals some explosive secrets from his time in politics and his amazing untold story before life in the spotlight.

They were one of the biggest bands of the 60s and 70s, but when the members of Creedence Clearwater Revival began feuding over money and music it all fell apart spectacularly. After all these years …

A poverty-stricken town in Paraguay built on landfill should be one of the saddest places on earth, but instead it has used rubbish to create an orchestra that is getting worldwide attention.

They released hit after hit - Proud Mary, Down on the Corner, Who'll Stop the Rain, Looking Out My Back Door and as the '60s became the '70s they reigned with catchy, clever, swampy rock. Then their …

In a poverty-stricken town built on a rubbish dump an incredible transformation is taking place. Denham Hitchcock visits a place that should be among the saddest on earth, but instead, music fills …

The X Factor's James Blunt has proved himself to be a tough critic to Australia's music hopefuls and in an intimate interview with Rahni Sadler he reveals why.