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Back for a third season, Annie (Aidy Bryant) feels like everything is finally falling into place for her, but does she actually know how to get what she wants?
The revelatory See What You Made Me Do explores an epidemic that is showing no signs of slowing down. World premiere on SBS and On Demand.
SBS is committed to giving a voice to all Australians, regardless of gender, geography, age, cultural background or language.
Big spending on women, childcare, aged care, disability and mental health are expected to feature in the federal budget on Tuesday night. This is what we know so far.
Discover or rediscover the Danish crime series that started the Scandi Noir obsession, with three complete seasons now available.
Young people are more likely to invest in cryptocurrencies than baby boomers, but what should they know about digital currencies before buying in? The Feed asks two...
SBS encourages all Australians to embrace and celebrate a world of difference. Why? Watch this video.
SBS is committed to informing all Australians about the latest coronavirus developments. News and information about coronavirus (COVID-19) is available in 63 languages.
A handy stage-by-stage guide to the action from the Italian Grand Tour.
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Sam Kerr has completed a glorious Women's Super League campaign, scoring a Golden Boot-sealing goal in the 5-0 victory over Reading that ensured Chelsea retained their...
The 2021 Giro d'Italia will be shown live and free to all broadcast regions in Australia on SBS VICELAND and live streamed via SBS On Demand - with the Italian...
There is a lot going on in this series and we think it helps to talk it out at the end of every episode. Join Fiona, Haidee, Sana, and Natalie every week.
Get behind Australia’s very own Montaigne as she competes in the world’s biggest song competition.
This four-part series is the definition of binge-worthy British drama and will have you questioning the very meaning of truth.
In this fresh new series, popular cook Adam Liaw is joined by 2 special guests each night. Together they cook up a variety of dishes for foodies and non-foodies...
'See What You Made Me Do'
A video explaining the concept of coercive control in 23 languages, as SBS airs the documentary 'See What You Made Me Do'. Part of SBS's Settlement Guide.
Here's how different types of violence against women are categorised and the ways you or someone you know can find support.
Investigative journalist Jess Hill hosts landmark three-part series 'See What You Made Me Do', premiering Wednesday 5 May on SBS, NITV and SBS On Demand.
“It is a social norm that if someone texts you multiple times, they love you so much that they just can’t stop talking to you”.
To support the issues raised in See What You Made Me Do, SBS offers a range of programming and online content to build greater understanding of domestic abuse.
DARVO stands for 'Deny, Attack, and Reverse Victim and Offender.' Perpetrators often use DARVO to shame victims into believing they are responsible for the abuse.
SBS Learn – educational resources

SBS Learn is a library of educational resources linked to SBS documentaries, dramas, news & current affairs, sport and other productions aired on SBS and its national Indigenous TV channel NITV. Created especially for teachers and students, SBS Learn hosts resources aligned to the Australian Curriculum. 

COVID-19 and vaccination
India’s COVID crisis has left a wave of new orphans to fend for themselves, and authorities are concerned about children being “marketed” on WhatsApp and social media...
The government says it's getting back on track but has thrown out its original COVID-19 vaccination targets. So when will everyone in Australia be vaccinated?...
Australians can donate to several humanitarian relief campaigns and crowdfunding efforts to support India, as the country grapples with a devastating second wave...
SBS is committed to informing all Australians about the latest coronavirus developments. News and information about coronavirus (COVID-19) is available in 63...
A website designed to allow eligible Australians to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment at their nearest GP is now live. Here's what you need to know.
Vaccine waiting times and when international borders will reopen - here's what you wanted to know about the updated AstraZeneca advice and Australia's vaccine...
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The winners of the A-League grand final will be robbed of a spot in the AFC Champions League from the end of next season.
Psychiatrist Dr Kim Le hosts ‘Are You Addicted To Technology?’, an interactive experience - the first of its kind - which will reveal just how dependent you...
Dishes cooked from the heart are the ones that most feel like home.
Looking after a kid who's not your son can be hell. Except when his cute teacher thinks you're his dad.
Watch Saturday 5 June at 8.30pm AEST. SBS invites Australia to Singalong with Julia Zemiro and Miranda Tapsell in brand new LIVE musical event.
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You may know haldi doodh as its gentrified western counterpart the ‘turmeric latte’, but there’s so much more to the story.
"[My friend] was more optimistic than me and thought our children would be part of a better cultural landscape."
We fermented barrels of sauerkraut for the Germans and Poles, kept the shelves stocked with spices for the Indians and Sri Lankans, and yerba-maté for the...
Despite the fact that Singapore noodles don't come from Singapore, they've become a global symbol of the city-island-nation's cosmopolitan spirit.
On Insight: Amie was one of the first Australians to be diagnosed with COVID-19. Almost a year later, she’s still managing the unexpected symptom of hair loss.
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