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Gay rights activists in China are suing a counseling center for its offers to cure homosexuality through "gay conversion therapy" - the first lawsuit of its kind in a...
Sally Pearson has successfully defended her 100 metre hurdles title at the Commonwealth Games, beating her competitors with a time of 12.69 seconds.
There is no scientific evidence that supports the idea that we only use 10% of our brains. It is a myth.
Every once in a while there is a girl who truly touches the hearts of If You Are The One fans and contestants alike. They live on in our hearts (and repeats).
'Parallax' - Express from the US, critically-acclaimed and award-winning U.S. hit drama, Masters of Sex returns for its second season.
It is the bizarre Roma team photo that has sparked a flurry of social media activity, with the Twitter community going into meltdown after the Serie A club's high...
Cleo keeps telling you to get the Notebook but you're a trendsetter, an individual, man. What are you to do? Comedian John Robertson is here to help.
From the dusty heat of the Australian outback, to the picturesque countryside in New Zealand, Adam Liaw shares his passion for all things food and travel.
Watch BAFTA award-winning, compelling Danish drama Borgen, about the fight for political power and its consequences, returning to SBS for its third and final series.
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'The Keeper of Lost Causes' - A disgraced detective, reassigned to cold cases, embarks on a dangerous journey into the dark underworld of Copenhagen.
The dust has settled now on the 2014 Tour de France, with Vincenzo Nibali’s well-deserved win, the French resurgence and the other race jerseys and...
In the second stage of Shane’s odyssey, he travels to exotic and mysterious Turkey, creating a contemporary twist on Turkish flavours.
SBS journalist Nick Lazaredes says he 'hit the ground' after gunfire erupted around him at the 'highly volatile' MH17 crash site in Ukraine.
How eating bats, washing victims' bodies, and a lack of doctors are all contributing to the worst Ebola outbreak of all time.
'Self-Contained' - After a daring escape from the motel, Seth leads the Fullers' RV to the border. As an irrational fear takes hold of Richie, Jacob takes control.
As the Commonwealth Games continue, important questions remain about how the event is working for some Glaswegians.
In the year 689, the first Empress of China is building a giant Buddha statue. When people start mysteriously bursting into flames, an investigation is ordered.
August is a big month for Australian movies, with the release of sci-fi thriller 'Predestination', cop drama 'Felony', and Nick Cave’s '20,000 Days on Earth'.
Actor Richard Roxburgh discovers his family’s footprints in an unexpected corner of the world, learning of two ancestors caught up in the bloody battle over slavery.
Bea and Cloette have finally located David’s clone, but the brain is missing. They continue their search while Tobias and Matilda investigate the code on the USB...
Brooklyn Nine-Nine is now on SBS TV, so we're celebrating by showing you the best moments of Andy Samberg's already amazing career. Enjoy.
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If You Are The One special
10 of the finest sets of 140 characters you may ever read. If you think you can do better, tweet along with @SBS2 on Sunday at 7:30pm to discuss #ifyouaretheone.
This Sunday 7:30pm on SBS 2, a one-hour special all about the cult dating show If You Are The One, featuring insiders and fans.
With a viewing audience of up to 50 million per episode, this popular Chinese dating show is a cultural phenomenon.
Occasionally you could be forgiven for thinking that #ifyouaretheone is a talent show, rather than a dating show. An awful, embarrassing talent show.
When is a compliment not really a compliment? When it's preceded by an insult, something the If You Are The One girls have almost perfected.
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Drama based on the cult movie

An original series inspired by 'From Dusk Till Dawn' from Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino. The infamous Gecko brothers are the run to Mexico, but the law isn’t the only thing in pursuit.

The World Game
Neymar has revealed he will soon be able to train with Barcelona as he continues to recover from the back injury that ended his 2014 World Cup.
Mark Milligan said Australia will target winning the AFC Asian Cup on home soil after the progress made under Ange Postecoglou.
Feyenoord has confirmed the signings of Luke Wilkshire and Bilal Basacikoglu from Dinamo Moscow and Heerenveen respectively.
Sydney FC confirmed the signing of Austria captain Marc Janko on a one-year deal, replacing Alessandro Del Piero as the club's international marquee.
AC Milan is a seven-times European champion and an icon of world football that has been on the slide for a number of years now. TWG blogger Vitor Sobral ponder if...
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Comment & Analysis
Do journalists get ‘desensitised’ when writing stories about overseas conflicts? Not when the conflict is in your country of origin, writes SBS’s Widyan Al-Ubudy.
Argentina has defaulted for the second time in 13 years, sending global stocks tumbling as it deals with a decades-long legal dispute with US hedge funds over its...
The trend towards calling 2015 Oscar contenders in July is silly, but inevitable, as we count down the days to the Toronto International Film Festival.
Since it claimed its first victims in Guinea last March, the Ebola virus epidemic has killed 660 people in three countries and infected nearly 1,100—more lethal...
As deadly conflict rages in Gaza, Israel and Hamas have taken to social media with force, using websites such as Twitter in the war for hearts and minds.
As trauma, tragedy and suffering continue to dominate the headlines, is it possible for us to suffer from compassion fatigue?
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Uncover the World War II exploits of Australia's first covert force - "Z" Special Unit.
Griff Rhys Jones traverses beautiful landscapes and takes on the challenge to become as Welsh as he can get, with the help of some eccentric locals.
This month: The global cheese plate; French food and picnic fare perfect for le Tour de France; delights from Launceston, Peru and more! At newsagents and online.
Toy lover James May attempts to build a motorbike and side car entirely out of Meccano, and then ride it around one of the world’s toughest race circuits!
This month – the inside story on our World Cup campaign from Ange; celebrate Harry Kewell’s final hurrah; plus Del Piero vs Pirlo in an A-League vs Juventus special!
Vivaldi's masterpiece is re-written as a fresh and vibrant new work. Deluxe CD and Deluxe CD+DVD editions out now!
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