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Tomorrow night Sunday Night revisits the tragic tale of Madeleine
McCann, the 3 year old UK girl who went missing in Portugal in 2007.
The mystery of her disappearance gripped Britain and has never been
Reporter Rahni Sadler joins her parents as they continue to seek for
answers, and promises new clues in the case.
Exclusive: The Madeleine McCann Story
Reporter: Rahni Sadler
Sunday Night reporter Rahni Sadler is given unprecedented access to the
parents of missing British toddler Madeleine McCann. One thousand five
hundred and forty three days after Madeleine disappeared from their
apartment during a family holiday in Portugal, the McCann’s disclose
startling new clues driving the on-going worldwide search for their
The couple, who have raised millions of dollars in the past three years
to fund their own private manhunt, now believe Madeleine’s abductor
stalked the family and was in the apartment 24 hours earlier. Also,
exclusive never-before seen home video reveals a side to the McCann
family that will surprise many.
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Abducted Austrian schoolgirl Natascha Kampusch, held captive in a cellar
for eight years until she escaped, relays a special message for
Madeleine’s parents. We join Kate and Gerry McCann as they travel across
Europe on a mission to keep Madeleine in the minds of the public.
Jack Thompson Goes Back
Reporter Alex Cullen
Sunday Night joins Australia’s film and television great Jack Thompson
as he returns to Cambodia to fulfil a special promise. Twenty years
after he saved the lives of scores of Cambodian children with his late
best mate Peter Carrette, the paparazzi photographer, Jack goes back to
the country for a very special re-union.
The two men set up an orphanage for the children they rescued from ‘Site
Two’, the largest refugee camp in the world at the time. Now, in the
wake of Carrette’s death in November last year, Thompson returns to
Cambodia with Peter Carrette’s former wife, their daughter, and ex-model
Michelle Leslie … also a friend of Peter.
It’s a story of love and mateship, and the moment Jack is re-united with
the blind orphan he’d saved 20 years ago, a wonderful moment of hope.
The Isle of Man Tourist Trophy
Reporter: Mark Skaife
It’s the oldest and most dangerous race in the world. For millions, it’s
also the most exciting. Australian V8 legend Mark Skaife travels to the
tax haven island of The Isle of Man to be a guest reporter for Sunday
What he sees defies belief. Staggering speeds in excess of 300 km/hr,
incredible excitement and mind-boggling bravery. Racing along winding
roads, over stone bridges and staggeringly beautiful countryside, almost
250 riders have died in the TT races in its 108 year history. In the
time Mark Skaife was on the island seven people lost their life.
Mark follows the fortunes of the lone Aussie entrant, Cameron Donald as
he takes on the challenge once again one year after a brush with death
Sunday Night airs on Sunday July 24 at 6.30pm AEST on Channel 7.