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This adaptation of the successful Swedish Noir series stars Lesley Sharp as detective Hannah Laing, a police detective who discovers her estranged son is an undercover...
SBS is committed to giving a voice to all Australians, regardless of gender, geography, age, cultural background or language.
Allison Tolman, Lana Parrilla and Nick Frost lead the second season of 'Why Women Kill', dropping at SBS On Demand on 15 January.
SBS encourages all Australians to embrace and celebrate a world of difference. Why? Watch this video.
Refugee Mostafa Azimitabar says he feels “like Robin Hood'' working at the Run for Good Project, a charity that furnishes the homes of people in need.
While cinemas were closed, you flocked to SBS On Demand in droves. We recap some of the most popular movies you streamed in 2021.
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The fifth and final season of the brilliant Italian drama following the people and destinies behind the “Camorra”, the fierce Neapolitan crime organisation.
Explore the world - and make new friends! - with these food and travel shows.
Confront your phobias this month with the ‘Face Your Fears’ season on SBS VICELAND and more at SBS On Demand.
Acclaimed Japanese filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda depicts the joy and love that bonds families together.
From the intimacy of their bedrooms, Australians talk all things dating with startling honesty and humour.
These five films, showing on SBS World Movies, showcase the many faces of the talented New Zealand actor.
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COVID-19 and vaccination
With the Pfizer vaccine provisionally approved for those as young as five, we asked an epidemiologist about doses and how risks differ compared to adults.
Far-right and anti-vaccine movements in the United States are bent on trying to 'save Australia', and experts fear their conspiratorial rhetoric may take hold here.
Will the vaccines stop Omicron? The jury is still out. But experts have indicated the current vaccines and booster shots may still offer protection against the...
Some Australian visa holders were set to arrive in Australia from 1 December, but the emergence of the Omicron COVID-19 variant has pushed that back.
With parts of the country reopening and international travel restrictions set to ease, showing proof of vaccination is mandatory at some venues. Here's how to get...
The WHO says a combination of low vaccination coverage across the planet, mixed with very low testing to track the virus, is a fertile breeding ground for new...
Plucked from obscurity at just 16 years old, David Dalaithngu went on to become one of the country's greatest cinematic figures.
When it comes to movies, there's something for everybody on SBS, SBS VICELAND, NITV and SBS On Demand. Find out what's screening where and when.
Trapped in a web of lies, murder and cover-ups, two very different spies must work together to defeat a deadly conspiracy to tear the UK apart.
Your guide to some of the stories from around the world, screening on Australia's own HD SBS World Movies channel (Digital channel 32).
This story of a Spanish socialite turned wartime spy is a gritty tale of globe-trotting espionage that’s Spain’s biggest TV series to date.
Eight participants try to survive for as long as they can in the Norwegian wilderness where they are completely isolated from the outside world.
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The true story of the Australian gold rush from the perspective of Chinese miners who risked everything for a chance at unlikely wealth in a strange land.
Claude Arbona (Daniel Auteuil) is a happily married man, with a great career. But Claude's life takes a dramatic turn when his nine-year-old grandson Lucas...
Narrated by Michelle Rodriguez, this documentary on Hollywood stuntwomen reveals their impressive skills, the risks they take and their long fight for equality.
They’re dishes you won’t see on Instagram, but they're loved by many, even when they're illegal. Listen to all episodes in English and Italian for a fresh...
In recent years, as my mother’s memory began to fade, the tselemente has helped us revive recipes together.
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December is all about documentaries and crime dramas, with some comedy and sci-fi thrown into the mix.
The young boy from the bush who became a star has been remembered as a 'beautiful human being' who inspired generations of First Nations people.
Acclaimed filmmaker Ken Burns profiles the life of the heavyweight boxing champion who insisted on being himself unconditionally and became an inspiration to...
If you’re looking for three women navigating sex and the city in the 21st century, this Spanish comedy is the one to watch.
The new eight-part crime drama ‘Max Anger: With One Eye Open’ sends a former special forces trooper into the murky world of Russian organised crime.
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