The Sunday Project will be live from Melbourne’s Albert Park, following the2018 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix this Sunday. Lisa Wilkinson, Hamish Macdonald, Tommy Little and Steve Price will be at the track following the epic race.
In a chilling interview, Lisa sits down with Hazel Baron, who was only nine years old when she realised her mother was a serial killer.
Dulcie Bodsworth was the most unlikely murderer, loved by everyone everywhere she went. Only her daughter saw the real Dulcie and what she saw terrified her. Dulcie was, in fact, a cold, calculating killer who, by 1958, had put three men in their graves, one of them Hazel’s father, Ted. Dulcie would have got away with it all had it not been for Hazel. Now, over half a century later, Hazel tells Lisa the terrifying story of discovering her own mother was a killer and how she came to stop her in her tracks.
Waleed Aly will report from Washington D.C., where he is on the ground covering March For Our Lives, a demonstration driven by the student survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas mass school shooting in Florida on Valentine’s Day, which killed 17 people. The march is expected to attract up to 500,000 people fighting for gun reform in America. Waleed will give his first-hand account of the emotion and energy created by this movement.
Straight from his commentating duties, F1 legend Mark Webber will join the desk to dissect the highs and lows of the race that was. Plus Bachelor In Paradise love hopefuls Jarrod and Laurina appear ahead of the show’s premiere at 7.30pm on Sunday night. Will it be a case of second time lucky in love for the two of them and the other bachelors and bachelorettes in paradise?
The Sunday Project airs 6:30PM Sunday on Ten