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One in every two mothers has reported experiencing discrimination in the workplace during pregnancy, a new report has revealed.
US actor John Malkovich has hit out at Sydney's famous Opera House, saying the acoustics were so hideous they "would do an aeroplane hangar a disservice".
Vincenzo Nibali proved his superiority by winning the 18th stage of the Tour de France after an attack on the slopes of the Hautacam.
Alejandro Valverde was ousted from his Tour de France podium position, but the Spaniard hopes good legs in the time trial will allow him to move back up the rankings.
Luke experiences life and food on the Loire River before finishing his culinary journey through France in the seaside town of Saint Malo.
When it comes to movies, there's something for everybody on SBS ONE, SBS 2 and On Demand. See here for specific screening details and online availability.
Comedian Lee Mack challenges three famous faces to serve up what they believe to be the best and most amazing "facts", for a panel of experts to put to the test.
'Facing The Flood' - The animal families face the formidable monsoon rains. Giant otter babies must watch out for predatory jaguars and learn to swim before their...
Following the 45th anniversary of the alleged moon landing, SBS Comedy decided to explore some of recent history's most widely believed conspiracy theories.
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Nibali launched his decisive attack with less than 10km to go, shortly after covering and dropping Chris Horner and finally bridging and passing Mikel Nieve.
Woodward and Bernstein blow open the Watergate scandal and Elvis crashes the White House to meet Nixon. Episode two stars Jack Black, Dave Grohl, and Bob Odenkirk.
SBS and other digital TV channels are being moved to new frequencies as the final step in the move to digital-only TV. Here's how to keep watching.
Rather than rave all night, could you get up and dance instead? "Morning Gloryville" has started an alcohol and drug free pre-work rave workout.
French chef Gabriel Gaté presents Taste le Tour, a gastronomic journey following the route of the 2014 Tour de France.
Episode 4 - Let’s Get Ramblin’ - The Gecko brothers attempt to leave the hotel and take the Fuller family hostage, but this is not without complications.
Le Tour de France 2014
More often that not, the mind is the very thing that separates winning from losing at the Tour de France, writes Anthony Tan.
SBS profiles American rider Tejay van Garderen, now placed fifth in the general classification after the Hautacam stage.
Vincenzo Nibali is winning the Tour de France so easily that the Italian admitted he is actually riding within himself.
From Leeds to Harrogate, and Evry to Paris, find out everything there is to know about the 24 stages of the Tour de France, including regional facts.
Stage 18 traversed the Côte de Bénéjacqm, Côte de Loucrucq, and Col du Tourmalet before hitting the Hautacam.
The battles for yellow, green, white and polka-dot - or follow your favourite team and see where they're placed after every Tour stage.
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The World Game
Defender Matthew Spiranovic's A-League preparations have hit a hurdle with the Western Sydney defender ruled out for 10 weeks.
Injured Socceroos back Ivan Franjic is reportedly close to signing with Russian club Torpedo Moscow.
Perth Glory has staunchly defended its controversial decision to walk out of a trial match against Sydney Olympic at Belmore Sports Ground.
Former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard's long-anticipated move to MLS side New York City has finally been confirmed.
Israeli side Maccabi Haifa saw its game with Lille abandoned after fans carrying Palestinian flags invaded the pitch.
Mauro Zarate's first West Ham United goal was not enough to prevent a 2-1 defeat against Wellington Phoenix in Auckland on Wednesday.
Free movies and latest trailers
Sex Tape is out now in cinemas so it’s the perfect time to shine a light on some other movies where characters 'get freaky' on camera.
David Gulpilil’s Cannes winner arrives this month, along with the Scandinavian stunner 'The Keeper of Lost Causes' and 'A Most Wanted Man', starring Philip...
Screening at the 2014 Melbourne International Film Festival: a passionate and dangerous love story between an innocent teenager and an older, S&M-practicing,...
After the Tour De France, SBS ONE is heading through the 'Chunnel' to bring you some recent British favourites every Saturday night in August.
The good-but-glum 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' raises a common question about super-heavy remakes of legacy franchises.
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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.

Best of SBS On Demand
If you're after a bit of downtime from the Tour de France, here are the most popular programs on SBS On Demand.
Now at SBS On Demand: Ever since Actress Jacki Weaver became a grandmother, she has had a burning ambition to find out about her beloved father’s biological mother.
Episode 2: In her search for the scientist David Eischer’s clone, Bea seeks out David’s mother. The Engman family receives a package containing their grandfather...
Episode 4 - Let’s Get Ramblin’ - The Gecko brothers attempt to leave the hotel and take the Fuller family hostage, but this is not without complications.
Based on the award-winning and wildly popular web series, Drunk History is the liquored-up narration of American history.
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Join In
All of us... especially together, are better. Watch SBS employees come together in a special 1 minute video to celebrate the start of a new journey at SBS.
Get a sneak peek at our exciting documentaries coming later in 2014.
Each year Australia puts on hundreds of Multicultural and Indigenous events in our communities. Join in to just one!
SBS are inviting Australian filmmakers to submit a 60sec (or less) video on what celebrating differences means to them. Prizes to be won.
Fancy yourself to be a bit of a French chef? Try your hand at one of Gabriel Gaté’s 21 recipes. Upload a photo and share (boast) on social media.
Join in with the Tour de France for the latest updates from teams, riders and all the other voices at le Tour.
Comment & Analysis
Some bad news for crossword nerds - exercise and sunshine may do more for the brain.
In an effort to address gender discrimination in the workplace, a US publication has asked women from various careers to tell the world their "favourite position".
A new study suggests that schizophrenic people in more collectivist societies sometimes think their auditory hallucinations are helpful.
The new website and app will make all 552 episodes of the series searchable.
Despite the Abbott government's poll slide, many Australians still aren't thrilled with the alternative. SBS Comedy offer some talking points Labor could use. Maybe.
An intriguing look at how the population density of the entire Gaza Strip compares with individual cities around the world.
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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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