THE WOMAN WHO STOOD UP TO 'THE BEAST'
Stewart Murray Wilson, aka 'The Beast of Blenheim', is perhaps the country's worst sex offender, convicted on multiple rape and indecency charges and received then, the highest sentence ever imposed - 21 years. Now, by law, WILSON has to be released from prison. This week on SUNDAY we meet the only woman ever to stand up to Wilson, and she took to him with a softball bat.
CORRESPONDENT - Janet McIntyre
PRODUCERS - Chris Cooke and Steve Butler
CAMERA - Ken Dorman
EDITOR - Will Kong
PING PONG POMS
Each year thousands of British immigrants who moved to Australia for the better life suddenly realise they made the wrong decision. So they're packing their bags and going back, going home.
Amongst the reasons - the food in Australia is rubbish, so is the beer, there are bity things in the sea, clothes are too expensive, it's hot and Australians can't drive. Peter Fitzsimmons confronts the attitude of the Ping Pong Poms.
SUNDAY NIGHT - CH7
A MAN AND HIS MUSIC
He's being doing it for forty years, Roger Fox and his big band out of Wellington. Now the trombonist stands proudly alongside such luminaries as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, the Beatles who've recorded albums at the world famous Capitol Records studios in Los Angeles. SUNDAY's along for the ride, and of course the music.
CORRESPONDENT - John Hudson
PRODUCER - Chas Toogood
CAMERA -Gary Hooper and Ken Dorman