Real Stories follows the story of a paperboy recruiter, Cameron Hassel finding the best new paperboy. Will he find what he’s looking for?
Another story tonight, as Real Stories follows the stories of illegal street accountants, and how they are the newest problem in society today.
Real Stories also covers the story of an “Aussie hero”, Brian Holloroy, who tends after sick people, who have diseases that society “consider to be freaks, or too weird”. Real Stories allows viewers to have a peek-in on a day in his life.
Tonight’s last story is on the 70th year anniversary of jumping. Real Stories interviews not the first man to invent it – Hans Jump, but Don Collins – Australia’s Mr. Jumping as he reflects on life with out jumping and how his life was changed with jumping.
This week’s episode of Real Stories firstly follows the story of two brothers, Bryce and Francis Hopkin as they undertake the task of putting the “fun” back into funerals.
The next top story tonight is on Wayne Foster – a man who has claimed to have received a message from God – in his alphabet spaghetti. The message – to build an ark leads Wayne to believe he’s the modern-day Noah.
Also tonight, a 27 year old man has been grounded for 15 years because his comatose father has not said otherwise. Watch as he tries to live his day-to-day life.
Lastly, Real Stories investigates the story of Policey’s Week – a week of young police graduates partying-hard and blowing off steam from the previous 20 weeks of hard work – and they question whether it’s really necessary or not.
Real Stories investigates the story that Jesse Martin – the teenager to circumnavigate the world by him self, was not actually alone on the boat.
Also, New Zealand is in a water crisis – they have too much of it. Watch as New Zealanders are forced to waste water, to prevent their country from drowning.
Real Stories follows the recent death of a crime re-enactor, Ben Blunt, who was famous on a crime watch show - sparking a touching news story.
Lastly tonight, Real Stories gets an exclusive on "The Princess Mary Hate Club". It’s Australia’s most-hated club, but it’s two members wonder why.
In recent times, a sex tape will make a celebrity more famous. Real Stories meets with a sex tape director, who’s helping Blair McDonough become more famous.
The second story of the night is about a lady who has fallen in love with her dog, and turned him into a man. Watch as the man tries to cope with his new life.
Real Stories follows the organiser of the World Board Game Championships as he tries to get a board game to be part of the Commonwealth Games.
And finally tonight Real Stories finds out how much money window washers really get.
Real Stories get a special exclusive on the tragic outcome of not continuing on the annoying chain mail people send on emails.
Tasmania has decided to legalise theft, therefore stamping out theft, and everything seems to be getting back on track for the state.
A reviewer of church services speaks out to Real Stories, and we meet the residents of a small Australian town giving a minute of silence to every single digger who died fighting for our great nation, consequently only leaving them one minute a year to talk.
Tonight on Real Stories, they follow the story of the latest TV show to become a movie, Hey Dad..!.
Also, watch all the tears and triumphs with the cast of Shakespear's newly discovered production, called "The King Hath Farted".
Lastly tonight, Real Stories looks at the Australian Institue of Sayings, and how they cope when the government decides to cut fundings to it.
Real Stories investigates the story of when a couple have to deal with the aftermath of a TV show's botched 24-hour renovation - all they wanted was a granny flat, but they got something extreemly different.
Real Stories also looks at the frightening new epidemic...kids hooked on Skill Testers, and how people are trying to put a stop to this tragic lives that Skill Tester addicted kids have.
Also tonight, Real Stories talks to a comedian fighting hard to put on the pounds after his weight loss ruined his only funny routine.
Finally, an expose on a call-centre using birds to operate their customer service centres.
Real Stories goes undercover into the dark world of illegal underground school choirs, and the damage they are causing families.
Real Stories follows the story of a mail order bride from Russia that goes horribly wrong for one poor Aussie loser.
And an exclusive look into the latest corporate craze for millionaires; hiring comedy writers to make them funnier.