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A Portland, OR, couple has always talked about moving to Mexico. With their kids out of the house, they're finally ready to leave cloudy skies behind for full-time sun in La Cruz de Huanacaxtle. They hope to find a home that's close to the beach and water activities with enough room for their dogs and visitors.
With Gordon Week off to a flying start, the bottom three contestants in the invention test roll up to the kitchen ready to cook for their place in the competition with a pressure test.
On Four Corners, our investigation tells the story of your out of pocket medical expenses.
"You go for years paying premium fees into a fund. You call on it once and you're out of pocket. It sort of doesn't add up to me!" Patient
We've put you, the patient, at the centre of this investigation. Nine weeks ago we placed a call out, across ABC programs and social media, asking you to send us your bills. Hundreds of people across the country responded.
"The results are shocking and certainly show how out of pocket expenses are undermining the Australian private health care system." Dr Norman Swan
In this joint Four Corners investigation with Dr Norman Swan from RN's Health Report, the program examines what's driving these out of pocket expenses.
"As doctors we frequently make decisions based on what we think our patients need and can afford." Doctors' representative
Millions of Australians fork out big money for private health insurance believing it will give them their choice of specialist and Rolls Royce service. Yet many, at a time of great personal crisis, are saddled with bills for treatment, leaving them thousands of dollars out of pocket and wondering why they bothered paying for insurance at all.
"You live in this world where you have Medicare, a universal health fund, and you've got a private health fund, you're paying into that substantial fees, and low and behold, you're $18,000 out of pocket when you have one operation." Patient
Many blame Medicare and the private health funds, but often the cause of out of pocket expenses lies elsewhere and this eye-opening program reveals some hard truths for patients.
"Where you live can have an influence on whether you're charged a gap and also the treatment that you're trying to access." Health insurance industry spokesperson
For patients to get the best quality care for the money they pay, they need to rethink what high charging specialists actually deliver.
"Some people out in the community feel that someone who's got very lush premises as their rooms, who charge high fees are clearly much better than other surgeons. There is no evidence that's the case. I think that's very important the public understands that." Surgeons' representative
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich Brothers make gardens beautiful all across Britain. Kicking things off is Holly, a mum of two in Redditch who has let her garden turn into a jungle. Can the intrepid threesome come up with a plan to give this family a safe and fun place to play?
Quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else can think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman.
Leah has sold a story to a gossip magazine and Ste is furious - how will she worm her way out of this one? An old face turns up in the village making financial demands. Ollie confides in Buster, while Sami pushes Kyle to keep going with their revenge plan on James.
After thousands applied and hundreds auditioned, the search reaches the live semi-finals. The final 40 acts now perform live in the hope of impressing the judges, as well as winning the all-important public vote.
This time Jamie Oliver is cooking up four brilliantly useful, outrageously tasty dishes. He kicks off with succulent sticky kickin' chicken wings - super-fast finger food made for sharing. There's also his super-tasty sizzling sirloin, complete with a time-saving trick for awesome aubergines. Next, a gloriously creamy garlic mushroom pasta - which makes a perfect high-speed supper for any day of the week. Lastly, to sweeten things up, Jamie shares his flaming fast rum 'n' raisin: a heavenly hack for grown-up ice cream.
Rookie interceptor Rachael faces a baptism of fire including a chase with a pregnant passenger, and a deluded motorist calls the police to report interceptor Chris for stealing his car.
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