The shows on SBS TV, Viceland, SBS Food and World Movies that make for great viewing in the next seven days. Most shows are also available on sbs.com.au/ondemand
Friday at 5.30pm on SBS Food - Lidia's Italy
Lidia explores a unique regional product of Calabria - Tropea onion - a purple torpedo-looking sweet onion that is used to enhance the flavour in much of Calabrian cuisine, and whose healing properties have been promoted since Roman times.
Friday at 9.40pm on SBS - Tour De France 2020 Live Stages
Live coverage of the Tour de France 2020. 19th Stage - Bourg-en-bresse - Champagnole 166km.
Saturday at 8.30pm on SBS - Tour De France 2020 Live Stages
Live coverage of the Tour de France 2020. 20th Stage - Lure - La Planche des Belle Filles 36,2km.
Sunday at 8.30pm on SBS - Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 11/9
Filmmaker Michael Moore predicted that Donald Trump would become the 45th President of the United States. Traveling across the country, Moore interviews American citizens to get a sense of the social, economic and political impact of Trump's victory. Moore also takes an in-depth look at the media, the Electoral College, the government agenda and his hometown of Flint, Mich.
Sunday at 9.30pm on SBS Food - Gino's Italian Escape
Gino D’Acampo returns to his native Campania - the Italian region where he grew up and where his family still live. As a chef, he is eager to visit the town of Gragnano, which is world-famous for its pasta. Gino tours this unique place, where a combination of natural elements - sea breezes, hot sunshine and mountain water - has contributed to producing outstanding pasta. Our chef visits one of the town’s historic pasta factories, where local ladies teach him the traditional skill of hand-rolling long fusilli. Pasta isn’t the only food Gragnano is renowned for. High up in the surrounding mountains is a picturesque orchard, where Gino comes across the reddest cherries he’s ever seen. He can’t resist climbing into the trees to pick these sweet fruits to use in a dessert. In a corner of the orchard, Gino conjures up a contemporary tiramisu using whole cherries, creamy vanilla mascarpone and cherry liqueur. Before he leaves Gragnano, Gino calls in on his Italian relatives and - for the first time in his life - decides to cook for them. He nervously dishes up a delectable dinner for his family, Gragnano’s legendary pasta in a spicy arrabbiata and salmon sauce.
Sunday at 11.30pm on SBS - Tour De France 2020 Live Stages
Live coverage of the Tour de France 2020. Final stage - Mants-La-Jolie - Paris Champs-Élisées 122km.
Tuesday at 7.30pm on SBS Food - Italian Food Safari
Guy discovers a huge family vegetable and herb garden in Melbourne’s suburbs which provides meals and even the wine to drink with it. Maeve finds prosciutto in Adelaide, and is cooked pasta and beans by Armando Percuoco in his country estate. In Melbourne, cheesemaker Giorgio Linguanti takes Guy back to his childhood, while Loretta Sartori cooks a spectacular ricotta cake.
Tuesday at 8.00pm on SBS Food - Cook Like an Italian with Silvia Colloca
When Italians gather at the table to celebrate there is always love, chaos and show stopping things to eat. So with Silvia’s best friends coming to stay for few days she is out to impress, making one of her Nonna’s most delicious, crowd pleasing pasta feasts. Plus a delicate ricotta and semolina cake that is a true show stopper, and not to be out done, Silvia’s friend Rose shares an old Sicilian savoury doughnut recipe.
Thursday at 9.30pm on World Movies - Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Two girlfriends on a summer holiday in Spain become enamoured with the same painter, unaware that his ex-wife, with whom he has a tempestuous relationship, is about to re-enter the picture. Winner of the 2009 Oscar for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role (Penelope Cruz). Directed by Woody Allen and also stars Scarlett Johansson, Javier Bardem and Rebecca Hall.
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