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SBS On Demand Highlights

SBS On Demand Highlights
Watching the new SBS food series Eating History: Italy makes us hungry - but also glad that we don't have to subsist on the meagre diet of a Roman gladiator!
The National Gallery of Australia in Canberra will exhibit over 100 items from the famed French palace in December.
When it comes to movies, there's something for everybody on SBS, SBS 2, NITV and SBS On Demand. Find out what's screening where and when.
How Scandinavian creatives reimagined crime dramas and changed the face of television
Big wit, big hair, big opinions: Caitlin Moran, the fab feminist icon you can't believe you didn't know about.

Pauline Hanson: Please Explain! airs 31st July on SBS

Pauline Hanson: Please Explain! airs 31st July on SBS

Pauline Hanson vs. the Australian media

The media won’t care to admit it, but they’ve aided Pauline Hanson’s career just as much as her own staff. Here, we run through the highlights.
In this web exclusive, the participants of upcoming SBS documentary 'Pauline Hanson: Please Explain!' advise what their ethnicity and origins are - including...

Pauline’s Australia in 1996 vs 2016

Have times really changed since the time of Pauline’s infamous debut in 1996?
John ‘Kojak’ Pasquarelli didn’t part with Pauline Hanson on the best of terms, but as she returns to Parliament House for the second time in 20 years, he says...
Forget politics. Forget content and controversy. You want to know what Pauline Hanson’s really all about? Why, style, of course. Style.
Pauline Hanson and One Nation's political history has been a veritable roller coaster ride of electoral ups and downs over he past two decades.

TV News & Opinion

TV News & Opinion
You have until 2017 to emotionally prepare yourself to watch Wiley once again be imprisoned by a broken system.
Despite there being 35 LGBT+ lead characters on prime-time television in 2015, we're seeing them through the eyes of the straight world. What we need is to see...
The documentary filmmaker presents a terrifyingly convincing argument.
Part of the joy of doing Carpool Karaoke for Michelle Obama was in the fact she was able to sit in the front seat.
Wedged underneath Austria and Switzerland, but lying within Italy’s borders, the region of Alto Adige melds alpine and Mediterranean cuisines amidst endearing...
The cartoon network is making strides toward diversity by introducing its first gay parents.
The Food Network

Australia’s only free food channel serves up a 24/7 menu of everyday food inspiration on channel 33. Get ready for some of the world’s most popular food personalities to take you on culinary adventures across the globe.