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Title 60 Minutes: Cardinal Pell/Fatal Distraction/Unlocking Autism/The Dark Web
Published Australia : NINE, 2015
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Summary CARDINAL PELLIn an interview with Tara Brown in Rome, Peter Saunders gives a wide-ranging and damning assessment of Cardinal Pell's actions to date, and calls for Pope Francis to move against him.FATAL DISTRACTIONThey are intelligent, hard-working, upstanding parents who made one fatal mistake. They are responsible for the death of their own babies by leaving them in the car, usually on a hot day. Busy lives, a change to the daily routine, or being forgetful for just a moment - that is all it takes to cause tragedy and suffering that will stay with these parents for a lifetime. They have faced the most serious of charges, however experts say they are not criminals but victims, and it could happen to anyone.UNLOCKING AUTISMDaphne Proietto a remarkable grandmother is performing musical miracles and unlocking autism in the suburbs of Melbourne. She has found a doorway into the world of autistic children, revealing the rich talents that hide inside them. For more than 15 years, these kids have been sitting down at Daphne's piano to be set free by the power of music. Her tutorials culminate with a concert like no other where precious children shine, their parents burst with pride, and one very special woman sheds a quiet tear.THE DARK WEB60 Minutes takes you into a world you probably never knew existed. It's called the Dark Web, and it accounts for 90 per cent of the internet. It's easy to find, and once you're there, you can get whatever you want - drugs, weapons, even order a hitman. It's untraceable and it's the new place Australian teenagers are buying drugs and, as you'll see, for some it has deadly consequences
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2015-06-07 at 20:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Autism in children -- Diagnosis.
Infants -- Death.
Child sexual abuse by clergy (Canon law)
Music for the developmentally disabled.
Victoria -- Melbourne.
Victoria -- Ballarat.
Form Streaming video
Author Brown, Tara, host
Keuneman, John, host
Langdon, Allison, host
Usher, Michael, host
Hayes, Liz, reporter
Keuneman, Gerald, reporter
Brennan, Frank, contributor
Bridge, Rod, contributor
Bridge, Vicki, contributor
Carleton, Richard, contributor
Cavaliero, Brett, contributor
Cavaliero, Kristie, contributor
Coleridge, Mark, contributor
Costelloe, Timothy, contributor
Fisher, Anthony, contributor
Hart, Denis, contributor
Keuneman, Tess, contributor
McClellan, Peter, contributor
Mundy, Matt, contributor
Okelford, Adam, contributor
Parkes, Jeff, contributor
Parkes, Mary, contributor
Poole, Jayde, contributor
Porteous, Julian, contributor
Proietto, Daphne, contributor
Prowse, Christopher, contributor
Saunders, Peter, contributor
Sullivan, Francis, contributor
Wilson, Philip, contributor
Younes, Robert, contributor