Sunday Night

June 2017

Season 17, Episode 17

3.0 14 x
Sunday Night interviews Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, who speaks openly and emotionally about his childhood and family. Also, a look at the immigration issues at the US-Mexico border.

Season 17, Episode 16

3.0 38 x
Sunday Night investigates how a multi-national company is making a fortune off donations to some of Australia's biggest companies. Also, a look at how more people will be able to live to 100.

Season 17, Episode 15

3.0 40 x
Sunday Night speaks with Candice Hedge, who remains in hospital after surviving the London Bridge terror attacks and the story of a marathon runner who found and adopted a dog in China.

Season 17, Episode 14

3.0 50 x
Sunday Night speaks with Maylea Tinecheff, who opens up about her estrangement from Ben Cousins, including his addiction to the drug ice and devotion to their children.
May 2017

Season 17, Episode 13

4.0 24 x
Melissa Doyle leads a team of Australia's best reporters, breaking the stories that matter. Saving Chase

Season 17, Episode 12

3.0 67 x
Melissa Doyle leads a team of Australia's best reporters, breaking the stories that matter. The Accused: Cassie Sainsbury and Living The Dream: Chinese homebuyers in Australia

Season 17, Episode 11

3.0 29 x
In this Sunday Night investigation, Anu Singh speaks about killing her partner Joe Cinque in one of hte most bizarre killings in Australia. Also, Angela Cox interviews Ed Sheeran.

Season 17, Episode 10

4.0 33 x
Melissa Doyle leads a team of Australia's best reporters, breaking the stories that matter.
April 2017

Season 17, Episode 9

3.0 179 x
Sunday Night explores new theories on the disappearance of British schoolgirl Madeleine McCann. With millions spent on the search, investigators believe they're closer than ever to solving the case.

Season 17, Episode 8

3.0 19 x
Sunday Night investigates the key investigation failures, which resulted in Henry Keogh being wrongly imprisoned for 20 years for the murder of his wife.
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