They'll bury me in my yellows
In a tinder-dry continent during one of the most dangerous fire seasons on record, Sue Smethurst meets the all-women, all-Indigenous fire crew that’s protecting family, community and sacred land.
Zara & Mike A perfect match
Zara and Mike Tindall’s daughters are already horseriding and now the royal family’s most down-to-earth couple is bringing them Down Under for surf, barbies and a sizzling polo match, they tell Juliet Rieden.
COURAGE UNDER FIRE
In the midst of an unprecedented bushfire season, Susan Chenery pays tribute to the women firefighters who risk their lives to keep us safe.
“Our Last Days Together Were The Sweetest”
Losing the love of her life, Bob Hawke, is still very raw for Blanche d’Alpuget but even though his last months were hampered by pain and suffering, they were also his happiest, she tells Juliet Rieden.
The Greatest Gift Of All
Amanda learns it’s never wise to look a gift horse in the mouth, especially at Christmas time.
Small Town Big Hearts
Old timers say it’s the worst drought they’ve seen and it’s devastating small towns across NSW and Queensland. Samantha Trenoweth visits Thallon and meets a community that won’t be beaten.
Louisa Hope-From Hostage To Hero
Five years after the terrifying Lindt Cafe siege, one of its survivors has embarked on a mission to turn evil into pure, unadulterated goodness. Louisa Hope shares her journey of healing with Genevieve Gannon.
Not-So Rich & Famous
She has over six million Instagram followers and Reese Witherspoon on speed dial. But who is Celeste Barber? Tiffany Dunk meets the social media star to find out.
Megan Gale-The Healing Power Of Family
Model, actress and businesswoman Megan Gale tells Nicole Byers how her adorable children, along with fiancė Shaun Hampson, have sparked a new passion and taught her to enjoy life’s simple pleasures.
Harry & Meghan-Inside Their Struggle
As the Duke and Duchess of Sussex take time out away from the spotlight, Juliet Rieden investigates why this royal duo is clearly not okay and talks to experts about what their future holds.
Christmas For The Animals
At Taronga Zoo, beside Sydney Harbour, Christmas is celebrated by creatures great and small. Bronwyn Phillips spends a very special day with the animals and meets the keepers who make their lives richer and more rewarding.
The loves of my life
In a revealing interview, legendary star Julie Andrews opens up to Juliet Rieden about the complex husband she adored, motherhood, her Hollywood years and the heartbreak of losing her voice.
Olivia-“Every moment is precious
Newton-John, and her daughter, Chloe, treasure every moment together. In a Weekly exclusive, Samantha Trenoweth shares their mother daughter time at their rural northern NSW retreat.
The Crown returns-A behind the scenes look
As Oscar-winner Olivia Colman leads a whole new cast in the third season of the TV hit, Juliet Rieden investigates its clever fictionalisation of a monarchy still reigning.
In the devastating aftermath of World War II, Greek girls exchanged family and village life for a matchmaker’s promise and a one-way ticket to Australia. Their stories didn’t always end happily but Erin O’Dwyer meets three women who risked it all and found love.
NEALE DANIHER-Play on
Neale Daniher made his name as an AFL player and coach, but since his diagnosis with motor neurone disease six years ago, he has created a legacy. Still leading the fight to find a cure, Neale shares some hard-won wisdom with Susan Horsburgh.
Kerri-Anne: “Mornings Are The Hardest”
In her first sit-down interview since the passing of her beloved husband, John, in February, Kerri-Anne Kennerley reveals the incredible pain of those final days and how she’s managing to move on.
HRH Prince Edward 2019 Australian Tour: In My Father's Footsteps
On a frenetic visit to Australia, Prince Edward talks exclusively to Juliet Rieden about why his father’s famous awards still matter, his gap year in New Zealand and the one question his children keep asking.
Retirement Living Reboot!
For the baby boomer generation, traditional aged care leaves a lot to be desired. Genevieve Gannon looks at some of the innovations making to later-life living.
”I Indulged In Forgiveness”
At 76, Billy Connolly has made peace with his tough Glasgow childhood and found happiness and a suntan on a Florida beach. William Langley catches up with the Scottish funnyman and finds Parkinson’s has not even begun to quench his spirit.
Early Bird Or Night Owl?
What your sleep patterns say about you
All Smiles In The The Top End
Beverley Hadgraft takes a shine to the humour and traditions of the Tiwi Islanders, and enjoys the diverse experiences that Darwin has to offer.
The Making Of A Future Queen
Eighteen years after Catherine Middleton met her prince, the37-year-old mother-of-three is riding a tidal wave of popularity. Juliet Rieden investigates the cygnet to swan transformation of the woman who will be Queen consort one day.
Dynasty Of Grief And Greatness
The tragic death of Saoirse Kennedy Hill has once again raised the spectre of a Kennedy curse. William Langley examines the lives and deaths of a family whose heartbreaks and triumphs have become legend around the world.
Anxious? Exhausted? Irritable?
It might be perimenopause Baffling, debilitating symptoms in our 40s could signal “the change before the change”, reports Vicki Bramley.
Valerie TAYLOR “I've been blessed”
At 83, Valerie Taylor has survived close encounters with the most dangerous sharks on the planet but she brushes them off as mere trifles. Valerie’s most terrifying encounter, she reveals exclusively to Jenny Brown, was with breast cancer.
Tomorrow Will Be Wonderful
Rock poet Patti Smith and her daughter, Jesse, chat with Samantha Trenoweth about love, family, and riding the storms of life.
The Odd Couple
He’s the flamboyant, best-selling novelist and former politician who famously spent two years in jail. She’s the cool chemistry don who miraculously stood by his side. William Langley meets Jeffrey and Mary Archer in their stunning London home.
The Cult Of Community
They raised eyebrows with their old-fashioned dress, strict vows and radical lifestyle. But, as Jenny Brown reports, the Bruderhof sect in rural NSW has not only flourished, it’s won the hearts and minds of the local community.
Little Town, Big Hearts
A Queensland community promises unwavering support for the family of Tamil asylum seekers.