60 Minutes


#537

That was my question too, I’ll have to check the ads for it here and also see if it does air.


#538


#539

Hmm…seems dodgy for Nine to direct Tasmanians to content which they might not legally be allowed to see.


#540

…but they are entitled to see (but that’s for another topic). There was an article in today’s Sunday Herald Sun on this interview so some Tasmanians might have read it.
Tonight’s episode has been posted on 9Now with the Meaghan Vass interview. That interview is also available on YouTube.
So did Tasmania get to see the Hanson / Latham story at all or a repeat of a past episode?


#541

I was out and forgot it was coming up so didn’t see it but good old Vigilante News on Facebook had a post about it and had comment from Nine saying their Hobart affiliate had chosen not to air it. I didn’t think they were legally allowed to show it so really there was no choice.


#542

Karl Stefanovic is expected to reappear as a reporter on 60 minutes next year, The Australian is speculating.


#543

Next year? Why wait?


#544

Probably at this time next year :slight_smile:


#545

Good outcome if so.
Karl was great with the stories he did produce for the show.


#546

60 Minutes with more cheque book journalism and then caught trying to cover it up.


#547

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Sunday 17 March at 8:30pm

SPECIAL INVESTIGATION

INCONCEIVABLE

Is there a more hated woman in Australia than Kathleen Folbigg? Over a period of 10 years, one by one, she killed her four babies. Her crimes are so inconceivable it is still hard to fathom how and why she did it. That is, until you consider this – maybe Kathleen Folbigg was wrongly accused. She has always maintained her innocence, and on Monday a judicial inquiry reviewing her conviction begins. After 15 years in prison, it might lead to her freedom. Hoping that’s the case is Carol Matthey. More than anyone, she knows what Kathleen has endured because, incredibly, she too was accused of killing four of her babies. As Tara Brown reports in this 60 MINUTES special investigation, the two cases are remarkably similar, right down to the expert witnesses called upon to determine the truth. Yet while Kathleen was convicted as Australia’s worst female serial killer, the prosecution against Carol was thrown out.

Reporter: Tara Brown
Producer: Grace Tobin


#548

Sarah Abo with a special report from Christchurch tonight.


#549