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Australian cities consistently outrank other places in global liveability ratings.
Michael Foley has said that his brother, slain American journalist James Foley, would have "without a doubt" volunteered to be killed first to spare other hostages.
He is "Jailer John" to his prisoners but "Jihadi John" to London's tabloid newspapers, and right now, he might just be the most wanted man in the world.
People Power - This gripping seven-part series is about the history of the British Isles from Stonehenge to World War Two, the Roman occupation to the discovery of...
See Helen Mirren in her Oscar-winning role as an old-fashioned monarch in the midst of an existential crisis, Saturday at 8.30pm on SBS ONE.
In the late ‘60s, a musician was discovered in a Detroit bar by two celebrated producers who were struck by his soulful melodies and prophetic lyrics.
Series 2, episode 4: 'Dirty Job' - As Johnson keeps up the pressure to be hired as his research assistant at Memorial, Masters is distressed to learn that she’s been...
A peek into the secretive world of baring all online: adult 'webcamming'. Young women attracted by the promise of easy money fulfil an array of male fantasies.
In new SBS series Living with the Enemy, starting September 3, a couple in favour of same-sex marriage stays with a conservative priest, who in turn they must host.
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Oscar nominee Morgan Spurlock explores product placement, marketing and advertising in a documentary fully financed through product placement, marketing and advertising.
'La Conquista' - As Santanico tries to turn Richie to her cause, Seth, the Fullers and Sex Machine battle their way deeper into the temple.
Packed with health benefits; swimming in spice-laden brine; and sporting sweet-sour cut-through that compliments any dish – pickles are one power house of a food...
'Their Loss...' - The quality of Danish bacon is called into question as Birgitte's English boyfriend falls ill after eating pork. Just as the government tries to...
Hey dads, put down that briefcase and pick up a Swiffer — that is, if you want your daughter to be an auto mechanic or a police officer.
Australian politics is caught in a vicious gaffe cycle, writes James Colley for SBS Comedy, predicting things that may or may not come to pass.
Arabia's animals now live alongside a very modern society, but Arabia's people are now using technology to protect nature in the heart of oil country.
There’s a mix of famous faces and newcomers in the diverse crop of Australian movies heading your way in the next six months. Here’s a guide to what and when.
Now at SBS On Demand, Heston salutes the great British pie as he looks to find inspiration for a three-course pie banquet.
Actor Lisa McCune has a successful career on screen and stage, but the McCune name she’s made famous does not feature in her biological family tree.
When the first plane flew into the World Trade Centre on September 11, 2001, people across the world shared with America the horror of this unfolding terrorist...
Therese wants to move to the more liberal Holland, but first she wants to try to convince Kevin to come along, so she visits him at the Real Humans Youth Camp.
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Mario Mandzukic's early strike was enough for Atletico Madrid to beat Real Madrid 1-0, sealing a 2-1 Supercopa de Espana success.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has refused to comment on speculation Mario Balotelli is on the verge of signing for the club.
Mathew Leckie - whose value soared after a standout FIFA World Cup for Australia - believes he has shrugged off the abdominal injury which appeared to threaten...
Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal reiterated his calls for patience as he attempts to turn his struggling squad around.
Former Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay defended League Managers Association (LMA) chief Richard Bevan over the handling of the text message scandal.
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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.

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Stretching from north Africa to east Asia, many Muslims are engaged in a life-and-death tussle with extremists who are bent on extinguishing the diversity of opinions...
I've been a pediatrician for 20 years, and I thought I'd seen it all. But not long ago, when a father brought his 2-year-old into my clinic, something happened...
The government played a very small target strategy ahead of the election - but the media is to blame, apparently.
The recent furore about the Facebook Messenger app has unearthed an interesting question: how far are we willing to allow our privacy to be pushed for our social...
It's a relatively new invention—is it time to shave another day off?
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Love the slow-burning Danish/Swedish crime drama? Get the Series 1-2 DVD Box Set or the Series 1 or 2 DVDs and you could win this stylish Spanish chair!
Photojournalist David Adams explores the final frontier of Alexander the Great’s vast empire.
Learn everything there is to know about MEAT with Anthony Puharich - from cuts, to shopping to cooking - with some Australia’s best chefs.
Binge on Series 1, 2 and 3 as Richard Hammond explores the incredible ideas behind iconic machines and advanced architectural structures.
This month – our EPL Season Preview special; one-on-one with Mile Jedinak; Fulham’s Aussie champions, and more. If it’s in The World Game, it’s in FourFourTwo.
The inside story on the challenges the Lebanese Australian community has faced and how it has overcome them.
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