60 Minutes Australia

60 Minutes first went to air on February 11, 1979, under executive producer Gerald Stone and with reporters Ray Martin, George Negus and Ian Leslie. Today, 60 Minutes is Australia’s leading current affairs program with a proven record of excellence over three decades. Liz Hayes, Allison Langdon, Tara Brown, Charles Wooley, Liam Bartlett and Sarah Abo investigate, analyse and uncover the issues affecting all Australians.


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Happy Birthday Drew Barrymore! This week the Hollywood star celebrates her 45th birthday. In 2001, the multi-talented actress and producer sat down with reporter Peter Overton, where she revealed she's "a total dag."

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When Oxana Malaya was just 3-years-old she was abandoned by her parents. Alone in the cold, she crawled into a farmyard dog kennel. It became her home and the dogs became her family. When Oxana was finally discovered six years later, she was running, jumping, eating and barking just like the dogs that raised her:

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To celebrate Valentine's Day, we look back on Hamish and Zoe Foster Blake's @60 Minutes Australia interview. Author Zoe says she’s not a 'love expert', but still espouses some old-fashioned good advice on relationships that's appreciated by her thousands of readers and followers.

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@60 Minutes Australia send our warmest congratulations to Turia Pitt and her fiancé Michael, who earlier this week welcomed their second child - a beautiful boy they have named Rahiti. We couldn't be happier for the incredible couple. Watch Turia Pitt's amazing story:

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When Harry and Meghan announced their plans to step back from their Royal duties last month, the public and press were shocked. But not famous feminist and author Germaine Greer, who two years ago on 60 Minutes, made the eerily accurate prediction they would abandon their posts. Could the couple’s modern-day abdication threaten the very future of Britain’s Royal family?

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Ahead of this weekend's The Academy Awards, look back on Best Actress nominee Charlize Theron's @60 Minutes Australia interview where she opened up about her favourite roles, her wicked sense of humour and Hollywood gratitude.

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Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg has been nominated for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize. This is the second time the 17-year-old has been nominated for her climate change activism and for encouraging students and young people to stage protests for environmental action. Look back on Greta's exclusive @60 Minutes Australia interview:

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As we approach the 92nd The Academy Awards, look back on @60 Minutes Australia interview with Best Supporting Actor nominee Tom Hanks. In 2016, the two time Oscar winner told reporter Allison Langdon about his love of performing, and revealed his surprising dream to become Prime Minister of Australia. Full story:

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In 2006, @60 Minutes Australia told the astounding story of a family living in a remote Turkish village who walked on all fours, just as we did four million years ago. Until this film was shot, they were hidden away, unseen by the outside world:

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On World Education Day, we celebrate the incredible work of Australian humanitarian Gemma Sisia, who founded the School of St Jude. For over 18 years, 'Mumma Gemma' and her school have provided a free, high-quality education to thousands of Tanzania's poorest and brightest children.

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