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At least 25 people have been killed after a suicide bombing at an education centre in central Kabul.
The senator made a series of claims, but was he correct?
Cycling on SBS rolls on in 2018 with a number of events and programs covering the latest from around the cycling world.
It made for confronting television, featuring a diverse cross-section of Australian celebrities hoping to have their eyes opened to the harsh realities experienced by...
Handing money to someone on the street provides temporary relief, but donating to an organisation means your money goes further in supporting the most vulnerable...
‘How do you think we get all of our meat?’ Mum said impatiently. ‘If Dad doesn’t kill them, a butcher does. Allah made animals for us to eat – don’t be silly.’
Dr. Derek Muller takes us on an epic journey, a world-spanning investigation of vitamin science and history from molecules to marketing, from colds to chemotherapy.
In the final season of this lavish and steamy drama, we see Louis XIV at the height of his power, and the introduction of a mysterious character in an iron mask.
What Fraser Anning doesn't understand is hatemongers will never conquer the resilience and power of our diverse communities.
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Danielle O’Rourke became a ward of the state at 13. At 17, she was homeless. Now at 36, she considers herself one of the ‘lucky ones’.
Steven Spielberg's gripping thriller centers on the five men chosen to eliminate the terrorists behind the killing of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympic...
Watch sous chef Mattia from legendary hatted Italian restaurant Sotto Sopra go up against two passionate home cooks in a bid to make the best Zabaglione.
When an armed robbery at a convenience store reveals a renowned cop killer is back in Sydney, Detective Sergeant Grace Gibbs (Rachel Griffiths) has the chance to...
This sweeping family saga stars Pierce Brosnan as a Texas rancher who, after losing everything on the wild frontier, sets out to build a dynasty of unsurpassed...
From the fertile minds of Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement comes this hilarious new mockumentary series, a spin-off of their comedy hit 'What We Do In The Shadows'.
Also on SBS
Now that The Handmaid's Tale has finished its second season on SBS, every episode is now available to stream anytime at SBS On Demand for you to binge.
Japan star Keisuke Honda says he planned to retire after this year's FIFA World Cup but changed his mind when offered a contract by Melbourne Victory in the A...
Tom Hardy (Mad Max: Fury Road) stars as an adventurer returning to England after ten years in Africa following the death of his father. Complete season at SBS On...
Food Safari Water is the next delicious helping of Food Safari Elements, exploring the bounty of the water.
A journey through the Lego universe, like you have never seen before. They explore the brick that has captured imaginations for generations and look at the...
This acclaimed French thriller takes us to a dystopian future where people’s minds can be transferred into different bodies, producing a new caste of people: ...
Hungary has more Roma kids in institutional care than any other EU country. Stacey Dooley meets some of the parents, kids, and social workers on the frontline.
In this emotional and revealing documentary, Annie Price - who was badly burnt as a child - heads to Seoul to uncover a fascinating culture where cosmetic surgery...
Skateboarding's wildest scavenger hunt is back, gnarlier and more ridiculous than ever! Three teams - Element, Real and underdogs Foundation barnstorm across...
Kim Cattrall stars as America’s first female president who is kidnapped while on an official visit to Sweden in the second season of this thrilling Nordic Noir.
Pulling no punches with its up-to-the-minute take on current US politics, The Good Fight is one of 2017's most compelling TV shows. Back by popular demand and...
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#WalkWithUs - Indigenous Stories
A weekend of culture, song, dance and truth-telling at the 2018 Garma Festival in northeast Arnhem Land.
Australian author Richard Flanagan says the Turnbull government wrote itself out of history when it rejected calls for an Indigenous voice to parliament.
It is the first time up-to-date data on deaths in custody has been made easily available to the public.
The online petition to fly the flag on top of the Harbour Bridge nears the 90,000 mark, with supporters marching through Circular Quay during NAIDOC Week to make...
The culture of Tasmanian Aboriginal people survives, in part, through the resurrection of a language, palawa kani.
Created by a team of Indigenous IT and engineering experts, 'This My Mob' was launched in Sydney this week as a virtual place for Indigenous Australians to connect.
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We learn some hard truths about the 13 vitamins at the centre of your health, that are also driving a $100 billion supplement industry.
The sailing holiday of a lifetime for a group of friends alters their lives forever after they cross paths with a struggling fishing boat overloaded with asylum...
When the Justice Department's chief-of-staff vanishes without a trace, her replacement begins to suspect a cover-up. Watch the full series here now.
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...
There is more going on than it seems at first glance in the new Scandi Noir Eyewitness. A coming-of-age tale amidst a whodunnit it with a twist.
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