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Broadcasting the latest Australian news and information in 74 languages. Plus, 4 dedicated digital radio music stations.

SBS Eurovision Radio is back from April 12 with your ultimate party mix, bringing you back to back Eurovision hits, 24/7.

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SBS Radio broadcast in 74 different languages, click "View all" for the full list of available programs.

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News and information from all the places that matter to you, in your language.

SBS Radio is broadcasting live coverage of the A League finals, this Friday and Saturday night on SBS Radio 3.
Australians may have to keep working until the age of 70, Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey has warned. (In Italian).
International experts have repeated their call for immediate action to limit global warming. (In Filipino).
The outcome of the Anzac Day Dawn Service ballot for Gallipoli in 2015 has been announced. (In Turkish).
The BBC World Service English will not be heard from 12th April, 2014 to the 15th July, 2014. Read on for more information.
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Celebrate the 40th anniversary of ABBA’s first Eurovision win, with 600 classic and rare photos from one of the world’s greatest bands.
The award-winning SBS series One Born Every Minute brings you two ultimate reference books on pregnancy, birth and newborns.
Stromae’s French-language pop channels political disillusion through high energy hip hop and electro mash-ups for an addictively danceable sound.
An inspiring adventure story and a unique and humanising view of the events that hit our headlines from Australian aid worker Tom Bamforth.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' first visit to Australia with this imaginative collection of classical arrangements of their hit songs.