SBS (main channel) - Programs and Schedules

Week commencing 30 June 2019


Sunday 30 June
19:30 The Rise Of The Clans Season Final
20:40 D-Day: 75 Years
22:10 Stop At Nothing - Lance Armstrong Story

Monday 1 July
19:30 Great American Railroad Journeys
20:40 Medicine Or Myth?
21:40 Fat Fight: The Battle Continues
22:50 SBS World News Late
23:20 Trapped x 3

Tuesday 2 July
19:30 Every Family Has A Secret
20:30 Insight
21:30 100 Vaginas
22:30 SBS World News Late
23:00 An Ordinary Woman x 3

Wednesday 3 July
19:30 Going Places With Ernie Dingo Mount Kosciuszko
20:00 Where Are You Really From?
20:35 24 Hours In A And E
21:30 The Miniaturist
22:35 SBS World News Late
23:10 Safe Harbour

Thursday 4 July
19:30 The Great House Revival
20:30 The Great House Revival
21:30 The Handmaid’s Tale S3 Ep07
22:30 SBS World News Late
23:00 Safe Harbour

Friday 5 July
19:30 Great British Railway Journeys
20:05 Great British Railway Journeys
20:40 Walt Disney
22:50 SBS World News Late
23:15 The Feed: Genital Obsession

Saturday 6 July
19:35 Inside Windsor Castle
20:30 LIVE Tour De France 2019 Stage 1

Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane
12:30 AM LIVE FIFA Women’s World Cup 3rd v 4th Kick off at 1.00am AEST.

Adelaide
12:00 AM LIVE FIFA Women’s World Cup 3rd v 4th

Perth
22:30 LIVE FIFA Women’s World Cup 3rd v 4th

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SBS is among a dozen international broadcasters who have bought season 2 of Project Blue Book.

Gourmet Farmer - Season 5

Premiere Thursday 1 August at 8.00pm

Farmer and chef Matthew Evans realised a long held dream when he built his farm to table restaurant on his 70 acre Fat Pig Farm, but the quality of his food is only as good as his farm soil, so Matthew has taken up the challenge of improving the health of his farm’s soil, naturally.

Over the course of a year and four seasons, we follow Matthew as he designs and refines a long-term regenerative agriculture plan to maximise the land he can sustainably farm, by controlling the damaging effects rain water runoff through landscaped terracing , developing ingenious new ways to replenish his soil with natural fertilisers and native plants and he even manages to tackle his farms runaway infestation of noxious Blackberry weeds without using a single chemical herbicide. Matthew Evans is literally starting from the ground up to transform his food and his farm, leaving it more productive and healthier for future generations come. From foodie to farmer, to chef to rehabilitator of the land. It’s one man versus nature, how hard can it be?

Gourmet Farmer S5 launches on SBS at 8.00pm on Thursdays starting 1 August and encores on SBS Food at 8.30pm on Fridays starting August 2

Week commencing 7 July 2019


Sunday 7 July
19:30 Scotland: Rome’s Final Frontier
20:35 Gurrumul
22:20 Tour De France 2019 Live Stages
12:30 LIVE FIFA Women’s World Cup FINAL
East Coast 12:30AM, Adelaide 12:00 AM, Perth 10:30 PM; Kick off at 1.00 AM AEST.

Monday 8 July
19:30 Great American Railroad Journeys
20:30 Medicine Or Myth? Season Final
21:30 Tour De France 2019 Live Stages

Tuesday 9 July
19:30 Every Family Has A Secret: Lance Innes & Michelle White
20:30 Insight
21:30 Tour De France 2019 Live Stages

Wednesday 10 July
19:30 Going Places With Ernie Dingo Broome
20:00 Where Are You Really From? Season Final
20:35 24 Hours In A And E
21:30 Tour De France 2019 Live Stages

Thursday 11 July
19:30 The Great House Revival
20:30 The Handmaid’s Tale S3 Ep08
21:30 Tour De France 2019 Live Stages

Friday 12 July
19:30 Walt Disney
21:30 Tour De France 2019 Live Stages

Saturday 13 July
19:35 Inside Windsor Castle
20:30 LIVE Tour De France 2019

Note earlier time for Handmaid’s Tale

Week commencing 14 July 2019


Sunday 14 July
19:30 Chasing The Moon Series Premiere
PBS documentary series that explores the space race, including the first human moon landing, using forgotten archival footage from five decades ago.
21:30 Tour De France 2019 Live Stage 9

Monday 15 July
19:30 Chasing The Moon
21:30 Tour De France 2019 Live Stage 10

Tuesday 16 July
19:30 Chasing The Moon Series Final
21:30 Black Hole Hunters
22:40 SBS World News Late
23:15 Knightfall x 4 Rpt

Wednesday 17 July
19:30 Going Places With Ernie Dingo: Hervey Bay
20:00 Great British Railway Journeys
20:30 24 Hours In Emergency
21:30 Tour De France 2019 Live Stage 11

Thursday 18 July
19:30 The Great House Revival
20:30 The Handmaid’s Tale S3 E09
21:30 Tour De France 2019 Live Stage 12

Friday 19 July
19:30 The Unsung Heroes of Apollo 11
21:10 Tour De France 2019 Live Stage 13

Saturday 20 July
19:35 Inside Windsor Castle
20:30 Tour De France 2019 Live Stage 14

Week commencing 21 July 2019


Sunday 21 July
19:30 Who Do You Think You Are?: Noni Hazlehurst Rpt
20:30 Planet of Volcanoes
21:30 Tour De France 2019 Live Stage 15

Monday 22 July
19:30 Spending Secrets of The Royals
20:30 24 Hours in Emergency
21:30 World’s Best Diet
22:25 SBS World News Late
22:55 8 Days
23:50 Medici: Masters of Florence x 4

Tuesday 23 July
19:30 Who Do You Think You Are?: David Wenham Rpt
20:30 Insight
21:30 Tour De France 2019 Live Stage 16

Wednesday 24 July
19:30 Going Places With Ernie Dingo Jindabyne
20:00 Great British Railway Journeys
20:30 24 Hours In Emergency
21:30 Tour De France 2019 Live Stage 17

Thursday 25 July
19:30 The Great House Revival
20:30 The Handmaid’s Tale S3 E10
21:30 Tour De France 2019 Live Stage 18

Friday 26 July
19:30 Equator From The Air: Africa
21:10 Tour De France 2019 Live Stage 19

Saturday 27 July
19:35 Inside Windsor Castle
20:30 Tour De France 2019 Live Stage 20

Untold Australia - Season 4

Premieres Wednesday 7 August at 8.30pm

Can six individuals with intellectual and learning disabilities learn to love, and be loved? What lies behind the hidden world of the funeral industry? Can family ties suffer in the battle between old and new values? Can one transgender woman’s trailblazing mission change the face of a conservative country town?

This August, the fourth instalment of SBS’s critically acclaimed documentary series Untold Australia explores the life changing milestones of everyday Australians.

The four-part series premieres on Wednesday, 7 August with Love Me as I Am - a captivating and thought-provoking journey into the world of love and romance. Six unique individuals with intellectual and learning disabilities embark on a trailblazing relationship workshop, with relationship coach Liz Dore , to help them in their quest for romance.

This will be followed by Turban Legend on Wednesday, 14 August, a deep dive into the world of Indian Australian entrepreneur Manjit Gujral and his thriving, high-energy hospitality and events dynasty in Sydney’s West. With the patriarch nearing retirement and his two ambitious sons challenging him to modernise, it’s a battle of the old and the new. In this closely entwined family business, if all goes well there’s magic on the horizon. If not, they have everything to lose.

On Wednesday, 21 August, observational documentary The Secret Life of Death lifts the lid on one of the last great taboos - death. The documentary opens a rare window inside one of the oldest family-run funeral homes in Australia - Walter Carter Funerals. Narrated by Rachel Griffiths ( Dead Lucky, Six Feet Under ), and told from the point of view of two of the funeral home’s youngest and most recent female recruits - one who works with the dead and the other who works with the living.

The series will conclude with Country Town Pride on Wednesday, 28 August that follows the inspirational story of Holly Conroy , a transgender woman from Wagga Wagga, as she bids to stage the first-ever Mardi Gras in this traditionally conservative town. With an official green light from the city council, sponsors, supporters and floats ready to roll, will the locals turn out in force? Or will the town’s conservative population raid on Holly’s parade?

All four documentaries in Untold Australia S4 are produced for SBS with principal production investment from Screen Australia, in association with Create NSW. Love Me As I Am, The Secret Life of Death a nd Country Town Pride are financed with support from SBS.

Week commencing 28 July 2019


Sunday 28 July
19:30 Who Do You Think You Are? Charlie Teo Rpt
20:30 Jack The Ripper: The Case Reopened
21:35 Catfish
23:10 Police Custody: Sex and Corruption

Monday 29 July
19:35 Secrets Of The Royal Servants
20:35 24 Hours In Emergency
21:30 World’s Best Diet
22:25 SBS World News Late
22:55 8 Days
23:50 Medici: Masters of Florence x 4

Tuesday 30 July
19:30 Who Do You Think You Are? Australia
A candid one hour retrospective special which features 40 of Australia’s most loved celebrities. Includes Adam Hills, Magda Szubanski, Adam Goodes, Richard Roxburgh, Kerry O’Brien, Tina Arena, Maggie Beer and Vince Colosimo.
20:30 Insight
21:30 8 Out Of 10 Cats
22:30 SBS World News Late
23:00 Pagan Peak
23:55 Knightfall x 4 Rpt

Wednesday 31 July
19:30 King Arthur’s Britain: Truth Unearthed
20:35 Knightfall Season 2 Premiere
21:30 Knightfall
22:25 The Son
23:15 SBS World News Late
23:50 Movie: Beyond

Thursday 1 August
19:30 Going Places With Ernie Dingo: Grampians
20:00 Gourmet Farmer
20:30 The Hunting
21:30 The Handmaid’s Tale S3 E11
22:30 SBS World News Late
23:00 The Son
23:50 Outlander x 3 Rpt

Friday 2 August
19:30 Equator From The Air: South America
20:30 Mystery Of The Northern Lights
21:30 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown
22:30 SBS World News Late
23:00 The Feed: Rebel Clergy

Saturday 3 August
19:30 The Secret Life of Napoleon Bonaparte
20:30 Movie: No Country For Old Men
22:50 Movie: The Program

Woodstock: Three Days That Defined a Generation

Premieres Sunday 11 August at 8.35pm

In August 1969, nearly half a million people gathered at a farm in upstate New York to hear music. What happened over the next three days, however, was far more than a concert. It would become a legendary event - one that would define a generation and mark the end of one of the most turbulent decades in modern history.

Occurring just weeks after an American set foot on the moon, the Woodstock music festival took place against a backdrop of a nation in conflict over sexual politics, civil rights, and the Vietnam War. A sense of an America in transition - a handoff of the country between generations with far different values and ideals - was tangibly present at what promoters billed as ‘An Aquarian Exposition: 3 Days of Peace and Music’.

Woodstock: Three Days That Defined a Generation turns the lens back at the audience - at the swarming, impromptu city that grew up overnight on a few acres of farmland. What took place in that teeming mass of humanity - the rain-soaked, starving, tripping, half-a-million strong throng of young people - was nothing less than a miracle of teamwork, a manifestation of the ‘peace and love’ the festival had touted, and a validation of the counterculture’s promise to the world. Who were these kids? What experiences and stories did they carry with them to Bethel, New York that weekend? How were they changed by three days in the muck and mire of Yasgur’s farm?

Season 4 of The Handmaid’s Tale announced:

Week commencing 4 August 2019


Sunday 4 August
19:30 Who Do You Think You Are? Natalie Imbruglia Rpt
20:35 Charles Manson: The Final Words
22:30 Forbidden Lie$

Monday 5 August
19:30 Secrets Of The Queen’s Children
20:30 24 Hours In Emergency
21:30 The World’s Most Extraordinary People
22:30 SBS World News Late
23:00 The World Game 2019
23:30 8 Days S1 E03

Tuesday 6 August
19:30 London: 2,000 Years of History Series Premiere
20:30 Insight
21:30 8 Out Of 10 Cats S21 E02
22:30 SBS World News Late
23:00 Pagan Peak

Wednesday 7 August
19:35 Tony Robinson: Egyptian Tomb Hunting Series Premiere
20:30 Love Me As I Am: Untold Australia Series Premiere
21:30 Knightfall S2 E03
22:25 SBS World News Late
23:00 The Son
23:55 Movie: Across The Waters

Thursday 8 August
19:30 Going Places With Ernie Dingo: North Stradbroke Island
20:00 Gourmet Farmer
20:30 The Hunting
21:35 The Handmaid’s Tale S3 E12
22:35 SBS World News Late
23:05 The Son

Friday 9 August
19:30 Equator From The Air: Pacific
20:30 Volcanoes: Dual Destruction
21:30 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown
22:30 SBS World News Late
23:00 The Feed: New Frontier

Saturday 10 August
19:35 The Secret Life of Al Capone
20:30 Movie: Road To Perdition
22:40 Disney Nature: Growing Up Wild

4-part historical documentary from Channel 5. Debuted in UK in March this year. Short review of episode 1 here

SBS has received production funding from Screen Australia for two new documentaries and the second series of Australia in Colour.

Addicted (working title) : A three-part observational documentary series from Blackfella Films for SBS exploring addiction in Australia. It will be produced by Darren Dale and written by series producer Jacob Hickey, who previously teamed up on Filthy Rich and Homeless and First Contact. Financed with support from Film Victoria.

Come Fly With Me (working title) : A three-part series from WildBear Entertainment for SBS about the hidden history of the aviation industry and how it has changed, ahead of Australia’s Centenary of Civil Aviation in 2020. The series will showcase the flight crews, planes and destinations, revealing surprising struggles for equality and acceptance that transformed Australian life, in the air and on the ground. The creative team includes writer and series producer Prudence Black, writer/director Greg Appel (Bombora), writer Bernice Toni (The Crown and Us: The Story of Royals in Australia) and writer/executive producer Alan Erson (Barrenjoey Road).

Australia in Colour series 2 : A second season of SBS’s critically acclaimed series presenting Australia’s history through black and white archival footage that has been transformed into vibrant colour. Directors Lisa Matthews and Rose Hesp, producer Jo-anne McGowan and executive producer Jennifer Peedom will return to work on the second series.

SBS has picked up second window rights to 7-part World War I drama World on Fire, starring Helen Hunt and due to premiere on BBC1 later this year. World on Fire will debut in Australia on BBC First before it screens on SBS.

Week commencing 11 August 2019


Sunday 11 August
19:35 Who Do You Think You Are? Justine Clarke Rpt
20:35 Woodstock: Three Days That Defined A Generation
22:30 The Wolfpack

Monday 12 August
19:35 Secrets Of The Queen’s Children
20:30 24 Hours In Emergency
21:30 The World’s Most Extraordinary People
22:30 SBS World News Late
23:00 The World Game 2019
23:30 8 Days S1 E04

Tuesday 13 August
19:30 London: 2,000 Years Of History
20:30 Insight
21:30 8 Out Of 10 Cats S21 E03
22:25 SBS World News Late
23:00 Pagan Peak

Wednesday 14 August
19:35 Tony Robinson: Egyptian Tomb Hunting
20:30 Turban Legend: Untold Australia
21:30 Knightfall S2 E03
22:25 SBS World News Late
23:00 The Son
23:50 Movie: Till The End Of The World

Thursday 15 August
19:30 Going Places With Ernie Dingo: Lake Mungo
20:00 Gourmet Farmer
20:30 The Hunting
21:35 The Handmaid’s Tale S3 E13
22:35 SBS World News Late
23:10 The Son

Friday 16 August
19:30 Equator From The Air: South East Asia
20:30 Drain Alcatraz
21:30 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown
22:30 SBS World News Late
23:00 The Feed: Shadow Workers

Saturday 17 August
19:35 The Secret Life of Adolf Hitler
20:30 Movie: The Hateful Eight
23:35 Disneynature: The Crimson Wing

Week commencing 18 August 2019


Sunday 18 August
19:30 Who Do You Think You Are? Todd McKenney Rpt
20:35 Free Solo
22:30 The Crusades Rpt
23:30 Spiral Rpt

Monday 19 August
19:30 Royals At War Series Premiere
20:35 The World’s Most Extraordinary People
21:45 24 Hours In Emergency
22:45 SBS World News Late
23:15 World Game 2019
23:45 8 Days S1 E05

Tuesday 20 August
19:35 London: 2,000 Years Of History
20:30 Insight
21:30 8 Out Of 10 Cats S21 E04
22:25 SBS World News Late
22:55 Pagan Peak S1 E04

Wednesday 21 August
19:35 Tony Robinson’s Coast To Coast Season 2 Premiere
20:30 Secret Life Of Death: Untold Australia
21:35 Knightfall S2 E05
22:30 SBS World News Late
23:00 The Son S2 E07
23:50 Movie: A Family Submerged

Thursday 22 August
19:30 Going Places With Ernie Dingo: Gold Coast Hinterland
20:00 Gourmet Farmer
20:30 The Hunting Season Final
21:35 Titanic: The New Evidence
22:35 SBS World News Late
23:05 The Son S2 E08
23:55 Outlander x 2 Rpt

Friday 23 August
19:30 Ancient Invisible Cities Cairo
20:30 Killer Bridges
21:30 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown Rpt
22:30 SBS World News Late
23:00 Movie: Double Lover

Saturday 24 August
19:30 Inside North Korea’s Dynasty Series Premiere
20:30 The Pianist
23:20 Disneynature: Wings Of Life

Week commencing 25 August 2019


Sunday 25 August
19:30 Who Do You Think You Are? Ernie Dingo Rpt
20:30 Andre The Giant Rpt
22:10 The Crusades Rpt
23:10 Spiral x 4 Rpt

Monday 26 August
19:30 Royals At War S1 E02
20:40 The World’s Most Extraordinary People
21:50 24 Hours In Emergency
22:45 SBS World News Late
23:15 World Game 2019
23:50 8 Days S1 E06

Tuesday 27 August
19:35 London: 2,000 Years Of History Season Final
20:30 Insight
21:30 8 Out Of 10 Cats S21 E05
22:30 SBS World News Late
23:00 Pagan Peak S1 E05

Wednesday 28 August
19:35 Tony Robinson’s Coast To Coast S2 E02
20:30 Country Town Pride: Untold Australia
21:30 Knightfall S2 E06
22:25 SBS World News Late
23:00 The Son S2 E09
23:50 Movie: A Land Imagined

Thursday 29 August
19:30 Going Places With Ernie Dingo Gold Coast
20:00 Gourmet Farmer
20:30 Riviera Season 2 Premiere
21:30 Riviera
22:30 SBS World News Late
23:00 The Son Season 2 Final
23:55 Outlander Rpt

Friday 30 August
19:30 Ancient Invisible Cities Athens
20:30 Supervolcano
21:30 Supervolcano
22:35 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown
23:30 The Feed: Trailblazers

Saturday 31 August
19:30 Inside North Korea’s Dynasty
20:30 Movie: Mongol
22:50 Movie: Supernova

Inside North Korea’s Dynasty

From Saturday 24 August 2019

The Kim family’s dark and surreal story provides a fresh perspective on a nation ruled for more than seven decades by one dynasty.

Riviera - Season 2

From Thursday 29 August 2019 on SBS and SBS On Demand

Riviera’s highly anticipated return picks up in the immediate aftermath of the explosive first series finale, where the Clios family is faced with the tragic death of one of their own. Only this time, the blood is on the hands of our female protagonist, Georgina (Julia Stiles). As Georgina tries to find a way to live with her crime, secrets from her past wash up on the sandy shores of the Cote d’Azur that force her to explore her turbulent childhood against her will.

Following an unprecedented and unavoidable visit to her childhood home, Georgina returns with a refreshed sense of self to re-establish her power and position in the family alongside her charismatic confidant, Uncle Jeff (Will Arnett). Georgina very quickly becomes acquainted with the Eltham family, an English dynasty that sail in to the Cote d’Azur, providing its shores with a dose of new money and glamour. She goes on to form relationships with the whole family, some that appear genuine from the outset and others that unravel around her as secrets, old and new, become exposed. Juliet Stevenson takes on the role of Lady Cassandra Eltham, and is joined on the Riviera by her children, the impossibly stylish Daphne (Poppy Delevingne), the brooding Nico (Jack Fox), and Daphne’s husband Raafi (Alex Lanipekun).

Riviera (Season Two) will premiere on SBS and SBS On Demand, with double episodes weekly on Thursday from 29 August. Season One will also be made available to binge on SBS On Demand from Thursday, 1 August.

Bosch - Season 5

From Thursday 5 September at 10.30pm (10 Parts)

Bosch’s fifth season picks up fifteen months after Bosch has finally brought his mother’s killer to justice, and he now finds himself seeking the truth on two fronts.

New evidence in an old case leaves everyone wondering whether Bosch has crossed the line by planting evidence. Simultaneously, a murder at a Hollywood pharmacy exposes a sophisticated opioid pill mill, and Bosch’s search for the killers takes him

Couple of promos for Untold Australia

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