Mick Jagger shares some laughs and some thoughtful moments with Jana Wendt in an interview pegged to his coming into middle age as the Rolling Stones now roll past 40.
Christopher Skase, Alan Bond and Frank Lowy come together to launch a new era in Australian TV: the first full year of the super networks and what promises to be the toughest ratings battle ever.
Who could forget that smile? Or the amazing tale of bravery that went with it? Alisa Camplin stole our hearts when she won gold at the 2002 Winter Olympics. Only later did we discover that she did it with two fractured ankles. But Alisa knows that broken bones are nothing.
In the night sky over Australia most evenings, a small blip can be seen scurrying across the horizon. It is the MIR space station and inside is Australian astronaut Andy Thomas.
June 1989: When a volcano erupts sensible people run for their lives. But Maurice and Katia Krafft go in the opposite direction, trying to get as close as possible to the flying rocks and lava flows.
Forget the kangaroo, this is now our greatest national icon. And after 34 years, the Sydney Opera House has a world heritage listing to prove it
Reporter Mike Munro interviews Dolly Parton the singer, songwriter, actress and astute businesswomen. In 1986 she had just opened a $20 million theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee where she grew up called Dollywood.
Polygamy is illegal in the United States but that doesn't stop thousands of people from living in plural marriages. In the state of Utah, so many men have multi wives authorities turn a blind eye except in cases of incest and abuse.
Vancouver in Canada is a big city where police seemed powerless to stop the spread of drug abuse. That is, until the cops started filming the addicts they met and arrested.
A young woman, locked away as hopelessly retarded, begins to show remarkable signs of intelligence. She is eventually able to convince a court of her capabilities and even wins an HSC in English. Yet, her parents continue to insist it's all a fake.
Could such a double cross be possible - CIA agents infiltrating Australian unions, having a party to celebrate the downfall of the Whitlam Government, referring to former Governor General Sir John Kerr as 'our man'?
In this story two sophisticated girls find that city discos are tame compared to what goes on at a typical Aussie B and S - a Bachelors and Spinsters Ball.
Every year, hundreds try to conquer swimming's Mt Everest. Maybe if they saw what happened to Chloe, they'd think twice before taking the plunge.
Michael Jackson's first major TV interview this decade and he chose Australia's Molly Meldrum to do it and Australia's 60 Minutes to present it exclusively.
Jennifer Byrne experiences a close encounter of the breathtaking kind - surrounded by huge but playful whales during an experiment in which a noted researcher tries to communicate with them.
It's an environmental catastrophe far worse than the Exxon Valdez disaster. A crippled underground well spewed millions upon millions of litres of crude oil out into the Mexican Gulf. And no one seemed able to stop it.
They're a group of people who are convinced extra-terrestrial life really does exist. No, they're not crackpots, far from it. They're some of NASA's most distinguished scientists.
That our politicians lie is something many have suspected or even believed for years and years. Lie to us regularly, routinely and apparently without remorse. But it's taken someone as tough as Graham Richardson to come right out and say it.
Marilyn Monroe may not have known it, but she helped to create the image that 'diamonds are a girl's best friend'. In this report, filmed in four countries, Ray Martin investigates the marketing and true value of diamonds.
Would you risk your child's life for the hope of a better future? Six-year-old Sasha Sabet suffers from severe epilepsy. The seizures are unpredictable and every one of them is damaging her young brain.