WITHOUT A TRACE
He is a ruggedly handsome doctor and a noted scientist. His first wife fell from a waterfall while they were hiking. His latest partner fell overboard from a luxury yacht while they were sailing. Both women died leaving him a rich man. Both the loves of his life lost their lives in tragically similar circumstances. On both occasions he was the only other person there. This special Mike Willesee investigation follows the dogged efforts of a loving brother, family and loyal friends who don’t believe the official explanation about what happened out on the ocean, and just want some answers to how Carmel disappeared.
FACE TO FACE
For ten years Australia has been waiting for this moment. Some of the most powerful and emotional television you will ever see. A decade after the Bali bombing that claimed 202 lives – including 88 Australians – one brave man comes face to face with the terrorist responsible for blowing his legs off. Andrew Csabi lost his left leg and his right foot when the bomb went off in the Sari Club. He was lucky to survive, and had to learn to walk again with prosthetic limbs. In this heart-wrenching story he travels to Indonesia and demands answers when he confronts the mastermind who trained the bombers. Sunday Night reporter PJ Madam goes inside the high security anti-terrorism complex for a chilling meeting with Ali Imron, the man who built and delivered the bomb. In his first ever television interview, the terrorist delivers the message that will leave you shaking your head.
They are the men in their sixties wearing makeup and high heels, worshipped around the world. For four decades KISS has Rock and Rolled All Night, and adoring fans have lapped it up. But the men behind the makeup are more than rock gods – they are marketing masters. KISS is one of the most lucrative brands on the planet, probably the only band with its own army. These music superstars aren’t only selling albums and concerts; they have a memorabilia chain turning over millions of dollars every year. Meet the obsessed Australian fanatics who follow them around the world and spend fortunes on collectibles. Sunday Night’s Rahni Sadler was granted unprecedented backstage access to the band, for a rare glimpse behind the glitter and glam.