This weekend Sunday Night has a nice mix of stories for our entertainment.
Manifesto of Murder
9.30pm, Sunday the 9th of August 1987 – that’s when the carnage and the cold-blooded massacre began. 19-year-old Julian Knight opened fire in Melbourne’s Hoddle Street and methodically shot more than 20 people. One after another. Now after 30 years, Sunday Night has been given exclusive access to Knight’s private diaries which reveal exactly what was going on in his tortured mind that night. They’re some of the most chilling words ever written. Even more so when you realise Knight has served his sentence and could be eligible for parole. Join host Melissa Doyle as she reveals the meticulously detailed confession of the man who committed one of Australia’s worst massacres.
There’s no-one quite like Carole King. She’s an absolute legend. She wrote her first hit song as a teenager and followed that up with over a hundred more. Then she turned singer and released Tapestry, one of the biggest selling albums of all time. And now there’s an award-winning Broadway show – the story of her life, loves, and of course, her music. But there’s one chapter you won’t see on stage. Her darkest, most painful secret. A secret she shares with Steve Pennells in this exclusive interview.
7pm Sunday on Seven. with Hell’s Kitchen to Follow at 8