Four Corners reporter Ticky Fullerton has figured in public debate since her Lords of the Forest program on Tasmanian woodchipping went to air in February - but now she may be about to feel the full affect of being a lightening rod.

Lords of the Forest wasn't the first controversial Fullerton environmental yarn. Three others from last year immediately spring to mind - Sold Down the River, a look "at the winners and losers from a radical experiment in trading precious water rights"; The Waste Club, "How one of the country's most powerful lobbies, the so-called Waste Club, has ruthlessly repelled moves to solve Australia's growing waste crisis..." and White Mischief, "Milk... as natural and wholesome as motherhood, packed with proteins, vitamins and minerals, great for you and the kids. That's the image but just how beneficial is it?