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Italian band Deschema will be in Sydney in April as part of the Sanremo Giovani World tour.
Deschema is an Italian pop group including Gianluca Polvere (vocals and keyboards), Nicola Facco and Giulio Cappelli (guitars), Emilio Goracci (bass) and Massimiliano Manetti (drums). Formed in 2016, Deschema, from 2017, performs only live...
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Italian saxophonist Mirko Guerrini will be performing in Melbourne on 27 March at the Jazz Lab. 
Mirko Guerrini is one of the most acclaimed Italian saxophonists and jazz composers. He is regularly invited for seminars by Monash University in Melbourne and teaches at the Pietro Mascagni Music School in Livorno.
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Monica Roccuzzo and Emilio Gokcek, two students from Gladstone Park Secondary College, Melbourne, talked with us about climate change, sharing their perspectives and their solutions.
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Emma Jane is Australian but she is married to an Italian man. Together they decided to raise their kids bilingual.
When their first child Alessandro was born, Emma and Luca decided to speak Italian at home. Emma is Australian, but she was already fluent enough to do that. After a few years, worrying about Alessandro's English, she decided to leave it to her...

Giuseppe the MC tours Australia

Italian-Canadian comedian Giuseppe the MC (Giuseppe Meleca) is completing his Australian tour with the last three concerts in Melbourne and Adelaide.
After a successful show in Sydney, Giuseppe the MC will be performing tonight (Friday) at the Veneto Club in Bulleen and tomorrow (Saturday) at the Italian Sports Club in Werribee, Victoria. After Melbourne he will be moving to South Australia...
New Zealand's Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, has announced a ban on military-style semi-automatic weapons.
Overland editor Giovanni Tiso tells SBS Italian how New Zeland is reacting to the aftermaths of the attacks on two Christchurch mosques. Listen to SBS Italian every day from 8am to 10am. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
New South Wales residents will go to the polls on Saturday to decide who will lead their state for the next four years. It looks set to be a tight race; multiple polls have the Coalition and Labor deadlocked at 50-50 on a two-party preferred basis...
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Edie Beattie is an Australian girl who challenged herself with a 10 months long stay in Italy.
Following her teacher's suggestion, Edie chose to spend few months in Norther Italy to learn Italian and a new way of life. Now at Year 10, she tells SBS how she managed to cope with her new environment and learn to speak fluent Italian.
These are some of the shows you shouldn't miss in the next seven days on our free-to-air channels. Don't forget that most of these shows are also available for free on sbs.com.au/ondemand 
Friday at 1.55am on SBS - The Young Pope Lenny Belardo is Pius XIII, the youngest Pope in history but also the first American pontiff. His radical ideas could change the Roman Catholic Church, but underlying many of his choices is an ancient sorr...

The secrets of Prosecco

Prosecco expert Alice Anzanello reveals the secrets of the famous Italian sparkling wine that is growing in popularity all over the world.
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Are social media doing their job?

In the wake of the Christchurch mosque attacks, many are questioning whether Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and others are doing enough to stamp out hate speech.
We discussed the issue with IT expert and founder of priblo.com, Davide Gaido.   Listen to SBS Italian every day from 8am to 10am. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
It's Harmony Week, and today March 21 marks the 20th anniversary of embracing inclusiveness and belonging for all Australians - regardless of their cultural or linguistic background.
SBS Italian news, with a slower pace. This is Slow Italian, Fast Learning, the very best of the week’s news, read at a slower pace, with Italian and English text available.
The Calabrian born former politician was the first parliamentarian to make his maiden speech in a language other than English.
Giovanni Sgro was born in 1931 in Seminara, a tiny village in Calabria, southern Italy. He moved to Australia to work in 1952 and soon became involved in politics, as one of the leaders of the protests at the Bonegilla migrant camp in northern Vi...
A driver who set alight a bus full of schoolchildren on the outskirts of Milan was apparently protesting against migrant drownings in the Mediterranean.
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Twentieth anniversary of Harmony Day

It's Harmony Week, and March 21 marks the 20th anniversary of embracing inclusiveness and belonging for all Australians - regardless of their cultural or linguistic background.
Listen to SBS Italian every day from 8am to 10am. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.