Who knew you could make money as a “go-go” dancer?
In 1966, Denise Drysdale earned as much as $400 a week as a go-go performer.
Today, that is more than $5,300.
This year marks Four Corners’ 60th anniversary.
In August 1961, we made our debut on Australian TV with a staff of just six and a weekly budget of £480.
Copies of the program were flown around the country for broadcast.
Today, Four Corners is Australia’s longest-running current affairs program and a powerhouse of investigative journalism.
Our award-winning program has amassed 62 Walkley awards, seven of them the coveted Gold, as well as 23 Logie awards.
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