Four Corners – 19 April 2021 – 19/4/2021 – Monday – ABC

Four Corners

54 Days: China and the Pandemic
On the 23rd of January last year Chinese authorities announced they were locking down the city of Wuhan, home to some eleven million people.

The Chinese government was desperate to contain an outbreak of a new virus that would soon be labelled COVID-19.

What they didn’t reveal was that the virus had already been circulating for at least seven weeks while Chinese officials tried to stop the news of it getting out.

Four Corners brings you an investigation into what the Chinese government knew about the virus and compelling evidence of a determined campaign to keep it under wraps.


Six decades of exposing scandals, triggering inquiries, leading national debate and confronting issues that matter. Four Corners turns 60 with an unrivalled reputation as Australia’s premier investigative journalism program.

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About Four Corners

This show is broadcast on the ABC.

Australia’s premier television current affairs program, hosted by Sarah Ferguson. Four Corners has been part of the national story since 1961, exposing scandals, triggering inquiries, firing debate and confronting taboos.

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About the ABC

The ABC is an Australian free-to-air commercial network, and is one of the five main free-to-air television networks in Australia.

Some of the most popular shows and programs on the ABC are ABC News, Play School, Gruen, Hard Quiz, The Weekly, Q & A, Media Watch, Australian Story, Four Corners and more.

The five main Australian free-to-air commercial networks are:

  • Seven Network
  • Nine Network
  • Network Ten
  • SBS (Special Broadcasting Services)
  • ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

The Seven Network has the following channels that are broadcast: Seven, 7HD, 7TWO, 7Mate, 7flix and the Racing Network.

The Nine Network has the following channels: Nine, 9HD, 9GEM and 9Go.

The Ten Network has the following channels: Ten, Ten HD, One, Eleven and the TV Shopping Network (TVSN).

The ABC has the following channels: ABC, ABC Comedy and ABC ME.

The SBS has the following channels: SBS, SBS HD, SBS Viceland, NITV and the Food Network.

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