A US sperm donor, who claims to have fathered more than 100 children, has travelled to Australia to help more women avoid becoming “spinsters”. Known simply as ‘Joe Donor’, the US-based man has spoken to [More]
US sperm donor visits Australia to impregnate women: www.news.com.au/lifestyle/parenting/pregnancy/us-sperm-donor-visits-australia-to-impregnate-women/news-story/a9f31c1a61d13029e142ebb38c444085. Thanks for watching, subscribe for more videos: www.youtube.com/channel/UCd_ODCcrc4jEWgi4qYyy0wg?sub_confirmation=1  He has told the 60 Minutes program it is his life’s work, but critics say he is dangerous [More]
Chris and Juan relied on the generosity of a surrogate to bring their two children into the world. So they decided to give back by becoming sperm donors, and have since fathered 12 children between [More]
Joe Donor is the international, self-styled sperm donor with a plan to father 2500 children. Reporter Liz Hayes calls out Joe’s reckless behaviour, that’s potentially risking the lives of hundreds of women and their children. [More]
Chloe Allworthy found out she was donor conceived at seven years old. She believes all donor conceived people have the right to know where they came from, for both the advantage of medical history and [More]
Liam Bartlett gets a behind the scenes tour of the secret Sesame Street workshop where the muppets come to life. With the help of one of Sesame Street’s best puppet makers, Liam helps bring ‘Dazza’ [More]
Sesame Street has never shied away from tackling big issues. Executive Producer Brown Johnson reflects on how the beloved children’s program has dealt with issues like death, divorce, HIV, natural disasters and autism over the [More]
Marty Robinson has been pulling the strings of some of Sesame Street’s most lovable muppets for 38 years, including Telly Monster, Snuffleupagus and Slimey the Worm. He reveals to reporter Liam Bartlett how he brings [More]
Watch an extended chat with 60 Minutes reporter Liam Bartlett and your favourite Sesame Street characters – Elmo, Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch and Abby Cadabby. WATCH more of 60 Minutes Australia: www.60minutes.com.au [More]
It’s the most basic human instinct – the instinct to protect yourself and your loved ones. But the law and the courts don’t always agree. And that often raises the question – just whose side [More]