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Prince Harry has officially opened the Invictus Games in Sydney and thanked Australians for the warm welcome they have given him and wife Meghan.
The Australian government has decided to snub a summit in Saudi Arabia in response to the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Ten Australians spend a week together. Five have a history of mental illness. Five do not. The question is: who's who?
A high school teacher with a secret investigates the mysterious murder of one of his students in a small Polish town with a big dark side.

The Problem With Apu

Comedian Hari Kondabolu confronts his long-standing "nemesis" - Apu Nahasapeemapetilon - better known as the Indian convenience store owner on The Simpsons.
A 3-part series takes a no-holds-barred look at the proliferation of cocaine in modern Britain.
2018 Telstra NATSIAA finalist Elisa Jane Carmichael speaks to NITV about her entry piece and how she's using her art practice to maintain and celebrate her culture.
On Insight: How can you discover whether you have chronic fatigue syndrome, and if so, how do you manage it?
Clutch your pearls and submit to the passionate, bawdy energy of this bold period drama, beginning in London in 1763.
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'Eurovision - Australia Decides' puts you in charge of finding our 2019 Eurovision entry.
From creator Seth MacFarlane (Family Guy) comes this new space adventure series that follows the crew of The Orville as they face the wonders and dangers of outer...
Mark Strong stars as an ex-spy drawn into a covert intelligence war and global conspiracy to profit from the spread of chaos in the Middle East.
Last year 138 prison inmates were killed in Brazil’s famed overcrowded and violent system. But could those on the inside be trusted to keep law and order if they...
With the 14th A-League season set to start on Friday night, we give you the lowdown on all 10 sides in our 2018-19 club-by-club guide.
In this new French series, Eva Beaufils takes just one look at an old photo and it turns her whole world upside down. Suddenly, her husband Bastien disappears....
Binge on the complete second season of TV's smartest legal drama, which tackles issues such as the #MeToo movement, and the cultural impact of the Donald Trump...
Generations clash in Germany's answer to 'Mad Men', when the feisty daughter of a dance studio owner embraces rock' n' roll and the fight for gender equality.
From the makers of Borgen and The Killing, this series traces the story of four siblings and the secrets and lies that turn their lives upside down when their...
Would we all be less insecure if we were forced to be naked all the time?
This second-generation game meat purveyor keeps the community and income of small town, Surat, in outback Queensland thriving. #IndigenousBusinessMonth
This new Marrickville eatery offers much-loved Filipino comfort food that brings the country’s complex culinary history to light.
An indigenous crew from a remote radio station, air the day-to-day shenanigans of the Alice Springs and its surroundings, from education, culture, money and...
Riley Keough delivers one of the boldest TV performances in years as a young attorney in training who leads a double life as a high-end escort.
In new series Beautiful Loser, 31 year old Julien is broke, unemployed, and moving back in with his mum, Sylvie. When he lands an interview for a job at his old...
One of the latest Nordic Noir chillers to reach our screens, Jordskott is a moody, gripping and unsettling mystery thriller.
Watch the final night live from 8.30pm AEST tonight on SBS. Or catch up on the first two nights here.
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#WalkWithUs - Indigenous Stories
NITV celebrates the Telstra NATSIAA, a showcase of multi-disciplinary art and stories of Country from emerging artists from all around Australia. all around the...
NITV speaks with award-winning Yirrkala artist, Wakun Wanambi.
A Brisbane art project hopes to start a life-saving conversation by bringing together artists who suffer from mental illness.
When someone takes their own life, what happens to the people they leave behind? That’s the question posed by Man with the Iron Neck.
How one Uluru statement recommendation - truth-telling - might work in the Australian context is being explored.
OPINION | We have a wealth of Elders who we are fortunate to learn from every single day, writes Natalie Cromb.
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Dinners you can make in one pot! #one-derful
Adam Conover employs a combination of comedy, history and science to dispel widespread misconceptions about everything we take for granted. (English, SBS VICELAND...
French thriller serial about a missing teenager. As the police investigate, the girl's friends and family are revealed as a suspicious set of characters, each...
Tilda Swinton delivers one of her best performances as a travel writer/publisher, Eva Khatchadourian, who gives up her beloved freedom and bohemian lifestyle to...
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