British broadcaster Jacques Peretti presents this fascinating two-part series, The Super-Rich and Us.
Natalie Bochenski The best alliances are made through marriage, not fear. But what if marriage induces fear?
Patrick Begley It was a Goliath and Goliath story. Channel Nine's flagship nightly current affairs program versus Australia's best known mega-church, head to head, in the Twitter arena.
Karl Quinn You don't have to like what he said but SBS reporter Scott McIntyre shouldn't have been sacked for saying it.
David Dale When the producers of Orphan Black hired Canadian actor Ari Millen to play a creepy cultist called Mark Rollins, they introduced him to another actor and said: "This is the guy who's going to kill you in episode six."
Another batch of broke Brits are offered the opportunity to make some big bucks doing back-breaking work.
Gordon Ramsay turns his attention to a failing restaurant on the French coast.
Ben Pobjie The heat is on at the ultimate instant restaurant of cousins and antiseptic handwash enthusiasts Jac and Shaz, who have lured their guests north to steamy Mount Isa for a night of feasting, frustration, and futile attempts by Drasko and Bianca to convince anyone that their instant restaurant was not totally the worst. But it was, and it just keeps being confirmed.
Michaela Whitbourn SBS presenter Scott McIntyre has been sacked from the broadcaster after posting a series of comments about Anzac Day on Twitter that were described as "inappropriate and disrespectful".
Karl Quinn The commercial success of Frozen has been a movie-maker's dream, so naturally they are dreaming again.