This weekend Sunday Night has two stories that couldn’t be more different.
World Exclusive: El Chapo Inc.
In a major investigation, Sunday Night infiltrates Mexico’s ruthless Sinaloa drug cartel run by the notorious killer, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. It’s one of the most dangerous assignments ever undertaken at Sunday Night – an investigation into the largest and most powerful drug cartel in the world; responsible for much of the heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine smuggled into Australia. The Sinaloa Cartel is led by feared drug lord El Chapo – a cold-blooded killer who’s ordered thousands of murders and has repeatedly escaped from prison. He’s now back in custody and on trial in New York City. Senior investigative reporter Steve Pennells infiltrates El Chapo’s empire and discovers that despite the much-hyped trial, it’s business as usual.
The Who Dunnit
They were the archetypal rock band. Their crazy alcohol and drug-fuelled benders on and off stage set the bar for all those who followed. Behaviour so appalling that when The Who toured Down Under back in 1968, then Prime Minister John Gorton banned them from Australia forever. Now lead singer Roger Daltrey is spilling the beans on the madness, the mayhem and all that great music. Angela Cox has the inside story on the wildest rock ‘n’ roll band in the world.
Sunday at 8.15pm on Seven