This week on 20/20:
The terror and tragedy of 56 seconds!
On Auckland Anniversary Weekend our biggest city’s motorway came to a stand-still. A gun man was on the loose – speeding through West Auckland and firing a barrage of shots at the police helicopter. The chase ended with an innocent bystander being shot dead and many more being scarred for life. We look at the ripple effect of 56 seconds of madness.
Rihanna breaks her silence for the first time!
Domestic violence shattered the superstar’s fairytale relationship with fellow singer Chris Brown. In a revealing interview, Rihanna talks about what really happened that night and how she feels about her once true love being sentenced to community labour, five years of probation and a year of domestic-violence counselling.
The Lost Generation:
The terrible tragedy of Aids!
We travel to Africa to meet the lonely generation. They have no mums and dads! In some remote villages, the entire adult population has been wiped out by the AIDS pandemic – forcing the children to become grown ups before their time.
Turning conventional wisdom up side down …
How can a doctor’s tie kill you? Why should emergency rooms be put in airports? We have some surprising revelations about staying alive!
The best of New Zealand and international current affairs - 20/20 – presented by Miriama Kamo with reporters Sonya Wilson, Beth Roche and Hugh Hughes.
Hard News: Drug policy: women lead the way
23 hours ago