He's been called the greatest rock and roll guitarist in the world. Though the most remarkable thing about Keith Richards is perhaps that he's still in this world at all.
It's been hyped as the comedy event of the year, and The Hangover 2 is certainly a very funny movie, but there haven't been too many laughs behind the scenes.
We've all heard about placebos, those phoney sugar pills that doctors sometimes hand out to trick people into thinking they've been medicated.
Reporter Karl Stefanovic takes you behind the scenes as our 60 Minutes crew search for the largest creature on Earth… the blue whale.
Underwater cameraman Roger Munns describes the feeling of being in the water with the largest creature on Earth and logistics of filming them.
An insight into Camp ‘Painless, But Hopeful’ - a foundation helping those who suffer congenital insensitivity to pain come together.
Reporter Liz Hayes discusses how children who suffer congenital insensitivity to pain may hold the key to curing chronic pain in others.
Former British Airways pilot Tristan Loraine discusses his experiences with toxic fumes in the cockpit.
As a frequent flyer herself, reporter Tara Brown reveals how this story has opened her eyes to the reality of toxic fumes onboard planes.
Roma and Rachel Egan discuss the reasons they want The Somerton Man exhumed.
Charles Wooley discusses the mystery of The Somerton Man.
Private sperm donation websites operate like online dating services, matching up would-be mums with donor dads, for free.
In the night sky over Australia most evenings, a small blip can be seen scurrying across the horizon. It is the MIR space station and inside is Australian astronaut Andy Thomas.
Reporter Liz Hayes discusses the moral dilemmas of life after death.
Fertility specialist Dr Ben Kroon explains the process of extracting sperm and his personal opinion on life after death.
Unlikely billionaire, Betty Klimenko discusses her love of V8 supercars and the success of her new Erebus Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG race cars.
Reporter Tara Brown discusses her time with billionaire Betty Klimenko.
Experience an exhilarating hot-lap in Betty’s Mercedes-Benz V8 Supercar.
Watch the revised version of David Bowie's ‘Space Oddity’, recorded by Commander Chris Hadfield on-board the International Space Station.
Astronaut Chris Hadfield talks about the incredible feeling of lift off in a space shuttle and the joys of zero-gravity.