Allow yourself to travel the world, connecting with fellow humans as you go. Set to open and fill our heart and mind, these doco series remind us we’re ever so much more alike than different.
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SBS Guide

20 Mar 2020 - 11:23 AM  UPDATED 20 Mar 2020 - 11:23 AM

Where Are You Really From?

Host Michael Hing is from Sydney. But with his Chinese heritage, people still ask him all the time where he’s ‘really from’. In this doco series, Hing playfully takes a look at the serious issues of racism and integration.

Seasons 1 and 2 of Where Are You Really From? are now streaming at SBS On Demand.

Noisey

This doco series dives into the best of music around the world, from Seoul to Lagos, Paris to Nashville, exploring the cultures and artists behind it. Presenter Zach Goldbaum kicks off season 1 in Compton where he hangs out with Kendrick Lamar.

Seasons 1 and 2 of Noisey are now streaming at SBS On Demand.

Rise

Presenter Sarain Carson-Fox travels across the Americas in this doco series, meeting people at the front line of Indigenous resistance as they rise up against colonisation to protect their homelands.

Eight-part series Rise is now streaming at SBS On Demand.

 

Hate Thy Neighbour

Ever wanted to travel the world to ask people what drives them to feel and act out prejudice against their fellow humans? That’s what host, comedian Jamali Maddix has set out to do in this doco series, hanging out with haters from the US, UK and further afield.

Seasons 1 and 2 of Hate Thy Neighbour are now streaming at SBS On Demand.

Untold Australia

This thought-provoking series explores the life-changing milestones of everyday Australians. From the moving look at whether a transgender woman can be accepted in her country town to the search for love for six adults with intellectual disabilities, this popular series opens hearts and minds.

Seasons 1, 3 and 4 of Untold Australia are now streaming at SBS On Demand.

Last Chance High

Moses Montefiore Academy in Chicago, USA, is a high school dedicated to transforming the lives of the country’s most at-risk youth. Some have been imprisoned, others committed to mental hospitals, but through education the staff to everything they can to help them turn their lives around.

Eight-part series Last Chance High is now streaming at SBS On Demand.

Marry Me Marry My Family

Marrying into a different culture can be cause for not only celebration, but as this series shows, distress and anger. The couples who let us into the lead-up to their big day must face a plethora of varying opinions about their choice of life partner.

Seasons 1 and 2 of Marry Me Marry My Family are now streaming at SBS On Demand.

Muslims Like Us

For eight days, 10 Muslim Australians live together to explore what it means to be a ‘good Muslim’ in modern multicultural Australia. While they have their faith in common, they don’t necessarily agree on this question. They bust plenty of other misconceptions, too.

Two-part series Muslims Like Us is now streaming at SBS On Demand.

Christians Like Us

Ten Christians share a house together, debating questions of same-sex marriage, women priests and homosexuality, among others. They explore what Christianity means to them, their community and in the broader context of modern-day Australia.

Two-part series Christians Like Us is now streaming at SBS On Demand.

Secrets Of Our Cities

Host Greig Pickhaver takes on the mission of discovering the secrets of some of our country’s most iconic cities. Season 1 sees him delve into the secrets of Fitzroy, Fremantle and Bondi, while season 2 takes him to Footscray, Kalgoorlie and the Gold Coast.

Seasons 1 and 2 of Secrets Of Our Cities are now streaming at SBS On Demand.

States Of Undress

Former model Hailey Gates explores global fashion, travelling to destinations all over Europe, Asia and Africa, uncovering serious issues the industry often ignores.

Seasons 1 and 2 of States Of Undress are now streaming at SBS On Demand.

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