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Title Sunday Night: Kerr
Published Australia : SEVEN, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (51 min. 18 sec.) ; 309559608 bytes
Summary KERRI-ANNE'S TOUGHEST YEARKerri-Anne Kennerley's world was again turned upside down with the news her brother Malcolm was diagnosed with an incurable disease, Essential Tremor, a progressive neurological disorder which causes tremors of the arms and hands. Most recently Malcolm had to undergo deep brain stimulation and a pacemaker device was connected to his brain and was switched on. SUBO'S PUPPY LOVE Susan Boyle is proof that there are no time limits on achieving a dream. In her most candid interview yet, she takes Rahni Sadler backstage before a performance with her teen idol Donny Osmond. HARD ROAD TO ADOPTION Born with no arms and given to a Romanian orphanage, George is now your typical all-American teenager. It's all thanks to the wonder of adoption - but why is the process so difficult for Australians? LOST DIGGERS ON SHOW This week at the Australian War Memorial Mr Kerry Stokes AC opens the new exhibition Remember me: the lost diggers of Vignacourt. Through an exceptional collection of First World War photographs, this exhibition presents a unique portrait of Australian soldiers on the Western Front
Event Broadcast 2012-11-04 at 18:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Adoption.
Adoptive parents -- Psychology.
Celebrities -- Interviews.
Tremor.
Nervous system -- Diseases.
Boyle, Susan, 1961-.
Australia.
England.
Form Streaming video
Author Bath, Chris, host
Cullen, Alex, reporter
Kennerley, Kerri-Anne, reporter
Dennehy, George, contributor
Dennehy, Mike, contributor
Dennehy, Sharon, contributor
Furness, Deborra-Lee, contributor
Gunning, Leila, contributor
Gunning, Peter, contributor
Olson, Sarah, contributor
Wright, Linda, contributor
Wright, Malcolm, contributor