SBS (main channel) - Programs and Schedules

Week commencing 6 March 2022


Sunday 6 March
07:30 pm Treasures Of The Mediterranean
08:30 pm Secrets Of A Celtic Grave
10:00 pm Every Family Has A Secret Rpt
11:15 pm The Trials Of Muhammad Ali Rpt
12:40 am Going Places With Ernie Dingo Rpt
01:10 am Cycling: Paris-Nice 2022 Stage 1 :biking_man: LIVE in AEDT Markets

Monday 7 March
07:35 pm Heritage Rescue S01 E06
08:30 pm Royal History’s Myths And Secrets S01 E04
09:35 pm Great House Revival Rpt
10:35 pm SBS World News Late
11:05 pm Paris Police 1900 S01 E06
12:00 am The Interviewer Rpt
12:15 am Cycling: Paris-Nice 2022 Stage 2

Tuesday 8 March
07:30 pm Who Do You Think You Are? Liz Carr S17 E04 Season 17 Final
08:30 pm Insight
09:30 pm Framed S01 E04
10:00 pm The Feed
10:30 pm SBS World News
11:00 pm The Point Rpt
11:30 pm Shadow Lines S01 E07
12:15 am Cycling: Paris-Nice 2022 Stage 3

Wednesday 9 March
07:35 pm Michael Mosley’s Health Intervention Series Premiere
08:30 pm The Colosseum: A Jewel In Rome’s Crown
09:30 pm Hidden Assets S01 E06
10:30 pm SBS World News
11:00 pm In Therapy x 3
12:20 am Cycling: Paris-Nice 2022 Stage 4

Thursday 10 March
07:35 pm Scenic Coastal Walks with Kate Humble S01 E06
08:30 pm The Royals: Keeping The Crown
09:30 pm Britain’s Most Expensive Houses S01 E03
10:30 pm SBS World News
11:00 pm Gomorrah S02 E10
11:50 pm In Therapy Rpt
12:15 am Cycling: Paris-Nice 2022 Stage 5

Friday 11 March
07:30 pm Robson Green’s Icelandic Adventure
08:30 pm Queen Victoria Love, Lust And Leadership
09:35 pm The Pyramids: Solving The Mystery Rpt
10:30 pm SBS World News
11:00 pm 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown Rpt
11:50 pm I Am Emmanuel Rpt
12:10 am Cycling: Paris-Nice 2022 Stage 6

Saturday 12 March
07:30 pm Celebrity Letters And Numbers Celebrity contestants Benjamin Law, Concetta Caristo, Bob Downe and special Dictionary Corner guest Carlo Ritchie.
08:30 pm Exploring Northern Ireland
09:30 pm World’s Greatest Bridges Rpt
10:25 pm 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown Rpt
11:15 pm Cycling: Paris-Nice 2022 Stage 7

The Responder

From Wednesday, 16 March at 9:30 PM

A gripping new drama following an urgent response police officer at rock bottom as he searches for redemption in the darkest of places.

Inspired by the real life experiences of former police officer and writer Tony Schumacher, The Responder gives
us a rare glimpse into the heart of our societies’ dark and gritty underbelly, as we follow an officer whose own life hangs in the balance tries to save himself by saving others. In one of the most deprived areas of the UK, Chris (Martin Freeman) drives a front line response vehicle. Night after night, he faces crime, violence and addiction on the streets he patrols, while also battling against personal demons that trouble his work life, his marriage and his mental health. Cast: Martin Freeman.

From BBC January 2022, 6 episodes

Then And Now: The River Thames

Thursday 17 March at 7:30pm

This documentary looks at the role the Thames has played in London’s history and the people who rely on it for their livelihoods. Throughout its long life, the river has sustained its people, but at times it has also been fierce and unpredictable.

Week commencing 13 March 2022


Sunday 13 March
07:30 pm Acropolis: The Ancient Builders
08:30 pm Spain’s Secret Conquest
09:40 pm Spain’s Secret Conquest
10:50 pm The Real Hunt For Red October Rpt
11:40 pm 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown Rpt
12:35 pm Great British Railway Journeys Rpt
01:10 am Cycling: Paris-Nice 2022 Stage 8

Monday 14 March
07:35 pm Scotland: Escape To The Wilderness
08:30 pm Royal History’s Myths And Secrets S01 E05
09:35 pm Great House Revival Rpt
10:35 pm SBS World News Late
11:05 pm Paris Police 1900 S01 E06

Tuesday 15 March
07:30 pm Great British Railway Journeys x 2 Season12 Premiere
08:30 pm Insight
09:30 pm Dateline Season Premiere
10:00 pm The Feed
10:30 pm SBS World News
11:00 pm The Point Rpt
11:30 pm Shadow Lines S01 E08

Wednesday 16 March
07:35 pm Michael Mosley’s Health Intervention S01 E02
08:30 pm Life On The Outside Series Premiere
09:30 pm The Responder Series Premiere
10:40 pm SBS World News
11:10 pm In Therapy x 2

Thursday 17 March
07:35 pm Then And Now: The River Thames
08:30 pm The Royals: Keeping The Crown
09:30 pm Britain’s Most Expensive Houses S01 E04
10:30 pm SBS World News
11:00 pm Gomorrah S02 E11
11:55 pm Manayek x 3 Rpt

Friday 18 March
07:30 pm Robson Green’s Icelandic Adventure
08:30 pm Queen Victoria Love, Lust And Leadership
09:25 pm The Pyramids: Solving The Mystery Rpt
10:20 pm SBS World News
10:55 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown Rpt
11:50 pm Agatha Christie’s Criminal Games Rpt

Saturday 19 March
07:30 pm Celebrity Letters And Numbers Celebrity contestants Alex Lee, Dane Simpson, Nakkiah Lui and special Dictionary Corner guest Adam Richard.
08:30 pm Exploring Northern Ireland
09:30 pm World’s Greatest Bridges Rpt
10:20 pm 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown Rpt
11:10 pm Midnight In Paris Rpt

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This episode will now be shown next week. That also means the new season premiere of Great British Railway Journeys has been postponed.
In place tonight is the repeat of the 2010 episode of Who Do You Think You Are? with former Australian wicketkeeper Rod Marsh, who died last Friday.

This is a 4-part series which debuted on Channel 4’s on-demand service More4 in October 2021. It sees four celebrities, including actor Martin Clunes, spending time with acclaimed wildlife cameraman and presenter Hamza Yassin.

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A Spy In The FBI

Sunday 20 March at 8:30pm

Robert Hanssen is a family man, devout Catholic, and career FBI agent. He is also the most damaging spy in American history. Expert interviews recount Hanssen’s life, how he stayed hidden for over 20 years, and the events leading to his arrest.

Week commencing 20 March 2022


Sunday 20 March
07:30 pm Baiae: The Atlantis Of Rome
08:30 pm A Spy In The FBI
10:10 pm The Real Hunt For Red October Rpt
11:00 pm Michael Mosley: Into The Mind x 3 Rpt

Monday 21 March
07:35 pm Scotland: Escape To The Wilderness
08:30 pm Royal History’s Myths And Secrets S01 E06
09:35 pm Great House Revival Rpt
10:35 pm SBS World News Late
11:00 pm Paris Police 1900 S01 E06

Tuesday 22 March
07:30 pm Zelenskyy: The Man Who Took on Putin
08:00 pm Great British Railway Journeys Season 12 Premiere
08:30 pm Insight
09:30 pm Dateline
10:00 pm The Feed
10:30 pm SBS World News
11:00 pm The Point Rpt
11:30 pm Shadow Lines S01 E09

Wednesday 23 March
07:35 pm Michael Mosley’s Health Intervention S01 E03
08:30 pm Life On The Outside S01 E02
09:35 pm The Responder S01 E02
10:35 pm SBS World News
11:10 pm In Therapy x 2

Thursday 24 March
07:35 pm Every Family Has A Secret Season 3 Premiere
08:30 pm The Royals: Keeping The Crown
09:30 pm Britain’s Most Expensive Houses S01 E05
10:30 pm SBS World News
11:00 pm Gomorrah S02 E11
11:55 pm Manayek x 3 Rpt

Friday 25 March
07:30 pm Robson Green’s Icelandic Adventure
08:30 pm Queen Victoria Love, Lust And Leadership
09:25 pm The Pyramids: Solving The Mystery Rpt
10:20 pm SBS World News
10:55 pm 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown x 2 Rpt

Saturday 26 March
07:30 pm Celebrity Letters And Numbers Celebrity contestants Mike Goldstein, Merrick Watts, Sacha Horler and special Dictionary Corner guest Tom Cashman.
08:30 pm Exploring Northern Ireland
09:30 pm World’s Greatest Bridges Rpt
10:25 pm Anne Boleyn: Arrest, Trial, Execution Rpt
11:20 pm Inside Llewyn Davis Rpt

Updated 17/3/22

Week commencing 27 March 2022


Sunday 27 March
07:30 pm Stonehenge: The New Revelations Rpt
09:05 pm Easter Island: The Truth Revealed Rpt
10:45 pm Cycling: Gent-Wevelgem 2022 Men’s Race

Monday 28 March
07:35 pm Scotland: Escape To The Wilderness S01 E03
08:30 pm Secrets of The Tower of London Season 4 Premiere
09:30 pm Great House Revival Rpt
10:25 pm SBS World News Late
10:55 pm Beneath The Surface Series FTA Premiere

Tuesday 29 March
07:30 pm Great British Railway Journeys S12 E02 +E03
08:30 pm Insight
09:30 pm Dateline
10:00 pm The Feed
10:30 pm SBS World News
11:00 pm The Point Rpt
11:30 pm Shadow Lines S01 E10

Wednesday 30 March
07:35 pm Tony Robinson: Britain’s Greatest River Season 3 Premiere
08:30 pm Life On The Outside S01 E03
09:35 pm The Responder S01 E03
10:35 pm SBS World News
11:05 pm In Therapy
11:35 pm The Handmaid’s Tale Rpt

Thursday 31 March
07:35 pm Every Family Has A Secret S03 E03
08:30 pm The Royals: Keeping The Crown S01 E05
09:30 pm Sex, Myths And The Menopause
10:30 pm SBS World News
11:00 pm Gomorrah S02 E12 + E13

Friday 1 April
07:30 pm Britain’s Secret Islands
08:30 pm World’s Most Scenic Railway Journeys
09:20 pm The Pyramids: Solving The Mystery Rpt
10:20 pm SBS World News
10:50 pm 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown x 2 Rpt
11:50 pm Agatha Christie’s Criminal Games Rpt

Saturday 2 April
07:30 pm Celebrity Letters And Numbers Celebrity Aaron Chen, Todd McKenney, Nakkiah Lui and special Dictionary Corner guest Carlo Ritchie.
08:30 pm Princess Diana’s Wicked Stepmother Rpt
09:30 pm World’s Greatest Bridges Rpt
10:25 pm Anne Boleyn: Arrest, Trial, Execution Rpt
11:20 pm Lost City Of Z Rpt

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Meeting Gorbachev

Sunday 3 April 8:30 PM

Werner Herzog meeting Mikhail Gorbachev opens a fresh door to some of the most significant happenings of the late 20th Century from nuclear disarmament to the reunification of Germany and the end of the Cold War. It also puts into perspective today’s era of populist political leadership.

Expedition With Steve Backshall

Monday 4 April 9:20 PM

Steve and a team of world class kayakers head to Kamchatka to take on white-water so extreme it has never been attempted, and to explore a pristine wilderness packed with more brown bears than almost anywhere else on the planet.

Philip: Prince, Husband, Father

Saturday 9 April 8:30 PM

Augmented by interviews with biographers, friends and colleagues, this intimate portrait captures Prince Philip’s commitment to crown, country and above all, his family.

When Prince Philip died, the world paid tribute to his devotion to duty and to the Queen. Augmented by interviews with biographers, friends and colleagues, this intimate portrait captures Prince Philip’s commitment to crown, country and above all, his family.

Week commencing 3 April 2022


Sunday 3 April
07:30 pm Back To The Titanic Rpt
08:30 pm Meeting Gorbachev
10:30 pm Country Town Pride: Untold Australia Rpt
11:30 pm In The Shadow Of The Moon Rpt

Monday 4 April
07:35 pm Scotland: Escape To The Wilderness S01 E04
08:30 pm Secrets of The Tower of London S04 E02
09:20 pm Expedition With Steve Backshall
10:25 pm SBS World News Late
10:55 pm Beneath The Surface S01 E02

Tuesday 5 April
07:30 pm Great British Railway Journeys x 2 S12 E04 and E05
08:30 pm Insight
09:30 pm Dateline
10:00 pm The Feed
10:30 pm SBS World News
11:00 pm The Point Rpt
11:30 pm Thin Blue Line FTA Premiere

Wednesday 6 April
07:35 pm Tony Robinson: Britain’s Greatest River S03 E01
08:30 pm Rise Of The Nazis: Dictators At War
09:35 pm The Responder S01 E03
10:40 pm SBS World News
11:10 pm Red Light x 2

Thursday 7 April
07:35 pm Every Family Has A Secret S03 E04
08:30 pm The Royals: Keeping The Crown S01 E06
09:30 pm Stonehenge: The Lost Circle Revealed Rpt
10:40 pm SBS World News
11:10 pm Gomorrah x 2

Friday 8 April
07:30 pm Britain’s Secret Islands
08:30 pm World’s Most Scenic Railway Journeys
09:20 pm Secrets Of The Royal Palaces
10:20 pm SBS World News
10:50 pm 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown x 2 Rpt
11:45 pm Agatha Christie’s Criminal Games Rpt

Saturday 9 April
07:30 pm Celebrity Letters And Numbers Celebrities Tanya Hennessy, Benjamin Law, Merrick Watts and special Dictionary Corner guest Nakkiah Lui.
08:30 pm Philip: Prince, Husband, Father
09:30 pm World’s Greatest Bridges Rpt
10:20 pm Anne Boleyn: Arrest, Trial, Execution Rpt
11:15 pm Movie: The Happy Prince

Is there any news on what SBS will be programming on its main channel in the mornings?

From my understanding all foreign news bulletins are moving to the news channel.

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Tokyo Vice debuts on HBO Max on April 7, but SBS has not yet scheduled an Australian premiere date.

I just noticed in the latest issue of TV Week that there is a “final” appearing next to Jeopardy for next Friday (the 8th of April). For both the SBS version at 5.05pm and the repeat on SBS Viceland version at 7.05pm.

Ive been watching the 7pm-ish version each night for a while now, so it will be a shame if it goes off air. It’s a great show. Any ideas on why Jeopardy is leaving SBS? Or just a mistake from the mag?

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It is the final episode of season 35. Season 36 starts the following week.

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Thank you so much for that info.

I got annoyed when i saw that final printed in the mag. Thank goodness its just a simple season final and is returning the following week :slight_smile:

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Easter Island: The Ancient Builders

Sunday 10 April 7:30 PM

In this compelling documentary, we’ll visit various archeological sites led by the greatest experts to reveal and understand the grandeur of the Rapa Nui know-how. Thanks to 3D reconstructions, you’ll be able to grasp the construction techniques used by the Rapa Nui and to get a sense for the genius of these ancient builders.

This Is Joan Collins

Sunday 10 April 8:30 PM

A feature-length documentary about the extraordinary life of Joan Collins.

Full of never-before-seen home movie footage and thrilling archive, this epic film gives us an intimate and revealing glimpse into one of the world’s most iconic figures.

Britain by Beach

Monday 11 April 7:35 PM

Anita Rani travels across Britain to discover the remarkable secret history of it’s beaches. These are places full of extraordinary hidden stories and big events that have shaped the nation.

Ancient Invisible Cities

Thursday 14 April 8:30 PM

Professor Michael Scott explores the hidden secrets of three of the most fascinating cities of the ancient world: Cairo, Athens and Istanbul. 3D scans allow us to view the architectural jewels of these cities as they’ve never been seen before.

Four Lives

Thursday 14 April 9:30 PM

Four Lives is the true story of the courageous families of the four young gay men - Anthony Walgate, Gabriel Kovari, Daniel Whitworth and Jack Taylor - who lost their lives to killer Stephen Port. Facing police failings, they fought for justice for their loved ones.

Week commencing 10 April 2022


Sunday 10 April
07:30 pm Easter Island: The Ancient Builders
08:30 pm This Is Joan Collins
10:20 pm Secrets Of The Cadbury Chocolate Factory Rpt
11:10 pm Whitney Rpt

Monday 11 April
07:35 pm Britain By Beach
08:30 pm Secrets of The Tower of London S04 E03
09:25 pm Expedition With Steve Backshall
10:25 pm SBS World News Late
10:55 pm Beneath The Surface S01 E03

Tuesday 12 April
07:30 pm Great British Railway Journeys x 2 S12 E06 and E07
08:30 pm Insight
09:30 pm Dateline
10:00 pm The Feed
10:30 pm SBS World News
11:00 pm The Point Rpt
11:30 pm Thin Blue Line S01 E03 E04

Wednesday 13 April
07:35 pm Tony Robinson: Britain’s Greatest River S03 E02
08:30 pm Rise Of The Nazis: Dictators At War S01 E02
09:35 pm The Responder S01 E04
10:30 pm SBS World News
11:00 pm Red Light x 2

Thursday 14 April
07:35 pm Every Family Has A Secret S03 E04 Series Final
08:30 pm Ancient Invisible Cities Series Premiere
09:30 pm Four Lives Series Premiere
10:43 pm SBS World News
11:00 pm Gomorrah x 2 S03 E05, E06

Friday 15 April Good Friday
07:30 pm Britain’s Secret Islands S01 E03
08:30 pm World’s Most Scenic Railway Journeys S01 E03 Series Final
09:20 pm Secrets Of The Royal Palaces S01 E02
10:20 pm 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown Rpt
11:10 pm In Therapy Rpt
11:40 pm La Unidad x 2 FTA Premiere

Saturday 16 April
07:30 pm Celebrity Letters And Numbers Celebrities Susie Youssef, Dane Simpson, Adam Richard and special Dictionary Corner guest Jennifer Wong.
08:30 pm Titanic: Dead Reckoning Rpt
09:30 pm Cycling Paris-Roubaix 2022 Womens Race LIVE AEST

Norfolk Island with Ray Martin

Part of Chasing The Light with Ray Martin series.

Sunday 17 April 7:30 PM

Norfolk Island with Ray Martin is a visual feast, rich in land and sea cinematography and photography by some of the best in the business, while at the same time telling the unique, exotic and often surprising story of one of Australia’s great treasures: Norfolk Island.

World famous landscape photographer Ken Duncan chases the light in an odyssey to get the perfect shot on the spectacular island gifted by Queen Victoria to the Pitcairn Islanders, mutineers from the Bounty, their Tahitian wives and their families and descendants.

Ken, the master, has his sidekick and protégé Ray Martin along with him and they link up with local photographer and underwater specialist Zach Sanders. Capturing their chase is one of Australia’s most awarded cinematographers Andy Taylor. Andy turns his own lens on the lensmen and Norfolk’s unforgettable scenery, characters, culture, and customs. We’re there for Bounty Day, a celebration like nothing on mainland Australia featuring Tahitian dancing handed down through generations. Few know that Norfolk has its own language, its endemic flowers and birdlife attract nature lovers from all over the planet and its cuisine is laden with home-grown produce and fruit of the sea.

The film captures the essence of an island nirvana in breath-taking imagery.

Titanic: Genesis Of A Giant

Sunday 17 April 8:30 PM

With contributions from experts at the Titanic Museums in Belfast and Liverpool, dive into the inner workings of this monstrous marvel of the ocean.

With contributions from experts at the Titanic Museums in Belfast and Liverpool, along with exciting new finds from the archives of the White Star Line and spectacular CGIs, dive into the inner workings of this monstrous marvel of the ocean.

World’s Most Luxurious Holidays

Friday 22 April 8:30 PM

Episode 1 explores the Mark Hotel and its £55,000 a night penthouse suite - where Meghan Markle held her baby shower.

The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family

Saturday 23 April 8:30 PM

Thomas Boleyn, the patriarch of the Boleyns, is determined to elevate the family name. His ambitions for his three children will take them to the heart of the Tudor court.

Delphine: The Secret Princess

Saturday 23 April 9:30 PM

At the age of eight, Delphine and her mother are ‘banished’ to London. She doesn’t know who her father is. Prince Albert often visits as a ‘close friend’. Young Delphine feels the lies and the tension. This makes it very difficult for her at school. At seventeen, her mother tells her who her real father is. But she must keep the secret.

Greatest Hits Of The 70s

Saturday 23 April 9:30 PM

Saturday Night Fever soundtrack producer Bill Oakes and keyboard player Blue Weaver recall the groundbreaking recording of ‘Stayin’ Alive’ by the Bee Gees in the legendary ‘Honky Chateau’ studio in northern France.

The 3-part documentary will debut on SBS on April 23.

Also at MipTV, SBS picked up 2 part doco Could Hitler Have Been Stopped? The Politics of Appeasement, which looks at the nature of the hands-off policy around the Third Reich leader before and during the early stages of the Second World War.