The Harvey Weinstein case exposed an ugly side of our culture. Finally, victims of sexual assault and harassment are speaking up. But where are the voices of men? Thousands of Kiwi guys bear the scars of childhood sexual abuse. Theyre our dads, brothers, partners and mates but many suffer in silence. This week, three brave men tell SUNDAY what they endured, and how theyre starting to heal.
Just weeks away from her 70th birthday, Olivia Newton-John sits down for a candid interview about her family, her loves and her cancer scares. After an extraordinary career lasting decades we find out about the shy girl who moved to London in the 60s and how years later, John Travolta had to persuade her to star in Grease. Now she reminisces along with celebrity friends like Cliff Richard, and shares whats helping fight off her cancer for the third time.
She was badly injured, unable to move and stranded alone in a Californian desert, with no cell phone reception and little food and water. For four days, Kiwi traveller Claire Nelson thought she might die there. She tells her extraordinary tale of survival exclusively to Sunday, sharing the remarkable am-cam footage she shot during her terrifying ordeal.
In just one phone call, Ken Allens life was turned upside down and forever changed. The school principal in his 60s receiving the startling news he was the father of eleven children he never knew he had. We follow Kens remarkable journey, where he comes face to face with the kids he fathered as a sperm donor, many years ago.
In a case of art imitating life, renowned actor and filmmaker Chelsie Preston Crayford pulls back the curtains on co-parenting in her acclaimed short film, Falling Up. Best-known for her roles in shows like Underbelly, The Code and Ash vs Evil Dead, shes now following in the footsteps of her famous film-maker mother, Gaylene Preston. Inspired by Chelsie's raw, no-nonsense style, Miriama Kamo met the filmmaker on a typical day as a working mum.