Feature Stories

Trump’s wall.

Ronda Rousey.

Meet the bravest man in Mexico.

Winner of the 2017 Southern Californian Press Club Personality Profile award. “In this riveting profile of former police chief and Tijuana mayoral candidate Julian Leyzaola, who survived eight assassination attempts and is now confined to a wheelchair, the Australian news team shows the difficulties faced by a reformer fighting the drug cartels and police corruption,” judges said. 

Mike sits down with the cast of the new Star Wars.

What happened to California’s Salton Sea? From celebrity favorite to potential ecological disaster.

Winner of 2016 Edward R Murrow Regional Award for use of video and Southern Californian Journalism Award for environmental reporting and lifestyle feature. Judge’s comment: “The rise and fall of California’s largest body of water, the Salton Sea, is told well by Amor and Hage with historical photos, interviews with Salton Sea experts, and terrific photography, effectively portraying the Sea’s environmental impact on the region and its future if allowed to dry up.”

Aussie band Human Nature invites kids from their home town to their Las Vegas show.

The incredible Tracy Chapman reflects 20 years on.

Winner of 2016 Southern Californian Journalism Awards for personality profile. Judge’s comment: “In a poignant, excellent profile of Tracy Chapman, the humble singer-songwriter and human rights activist, Mike Amor and company provide a superior piece of reporting.”

A new gun fighting program that teaches people how to defend themselves how during breakins.

A two-part series on the Apache holy site in Arizona under threat by a new mine.

Winner of 2016 Edward R Murrow Regional Award for use of video and Southern Californian Journalism Award for environmental reporting. Judge’s comment: “The rise and fall of California’s largest body of water, the Salton Sea, is told well by Amor and Hage with historical photos, interviews with Salton Sea experts, and terrific photography, effectively portraying the Sea’s environmental impact on the region and its future if allowed to dry up.”

The last free place in America to live.

Go inside the San Andreas fault.

Skid Row in Los Angeles.

Mike sits down with Ozzy Osbourne.

Meet an Oregon man who’s plane crazy!

Angelina Jolie on Maleficent and visiting Australia.

A tour of the most expensive home to go on sale in the US.

Awkward family photo museum.

The Havasupai tribe trying to save their way of life on the bottom of the Grand Canyon.

Re-visiting the plummeting colony of Monarch butterflies in Mexico.

George Clooney, Matt Damon and the cast of The Monuments Men.

Interviewing the cast of Jack Ryan.

Watching the big wave surfers compete at Mavericks.

Mike visits Mars…kinda!

Mike and legendary Hollywood director Steven Spielberg.

Mike talks to Ringo Starr

With the cast of Gangster Squad.

Sit down with Mike Tyson and his family.

With the cast of Hunger Games.

Meet Mike Tyson – the motivational speaker!

At the redneck resort in Tennessee! Yee-haw!

Crawling through a drug tunnel under the Mexico-US Border.

Meet Aussie priest Father Kevin Mullins braving the drug war in the slums of Juarez, Mexico.

Sunday Night story on the biggest group of first time marijuana users in the US – the elderly.

Comic book fans at Comic-Con in San Diego

Tackling the giant pythons in the Everglades.

Incredible to walk with hundreds of thousands of Monarch butterflies which fly to a remote Mexican mountain range from across North America to breed.

We take on Tough Mudder – the toughest event on the planet (or so they claim.

Victoria Cross winner Ben Roberts-Smith visits the American airmen who dropped him into Afghanistan under heavy fire.

World championship bricklaying competition in Las Vegas.

Geek heaven at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Mike reports on an orphanage in Southern Mexico which introduced surfing as a way to give street children direction and hope in their lives.

Mike follows daredevil pilots racing fighter jets in the Nevada desert.

Mike visits Pandas in China which survived earthquake in 2008

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