Next Episode of Four Corners is
Season 2018 / Episode 8 and airs on 26 March 2018 09:30
Four Corners is Australia's premier television current affairs program. It has been part of the national story since August 1961, exposing scandals, triggering inquiries, firing debate, confronting taboos and interpreting fads, trends and sub-cultures. Its consistently high standards of journalism and film-making have earned international recognition and an array of Walkleys, Logies and other national awards.
Secret parties, sly booze and slinky cocktail dresses are a long way from the conservative images usually associated with the Islamic Republic of Iran.
For decades the Republic's morals police have enforced strict rules that seem to cover just about everything, from dog ownership, which is banned, to clothing.
Drinking alcohol is punishable with 40 lashes. Repeat offenders can face the death penalty.
Despite the rules, many young people in Iran are rebelling. They're taking their lives in their hands and defying the regime to party in secret.
Across Australia, farmers, small businesses, government planners and major corporations have stopped waiting for politicians to decide whether climate change is real. They're acting now.
Mounting evidence suggests our changing climate is having an impact on everything - from what we grow, eat and drink, to house prices and the cost of insurance.
Four Corners has travelled from coast to coast to chart how Australians are adapting to the new weather challenges.
Australia's population is growing fast, we've added almost 400,000 people in the last year, and we're feeling the strain. Ben Knight investigates what a Big Australia means and the difficult choices that will have to be made.
The sex scandal that has engulfed American film producer Harvey Weinstein triggered headlines around the world and prompted a searing discussion about the treatment of women.
Much of the attention has focussed on the actresses who say they were preyed upon by the movie mogul.
Behind the scenes, there were other women, work colleagues and employees, who allege that Harvey Weinstein used his power to abuse them.
They kept their experiences secret for decades, fearing legal action and reprisal. Now they are speaking out.
Sarah Ferguson(Sarah Ferguson)
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