SBS (main channel) - Programs and Schedules

Week commencing 7 August 2022


Sunday 7 August
07:30 pm Mysteries From The Grave: Titanic
09:00 pm Hindenburg - The New Evidence Rpt
10:00 pm Billy Graham Rpt

Monday 8 August
07:30 pm Savings Lives At Sea S02 E10
08:35 pm The Queen’s Guard: A Year In Service S01 E05
09:30 pm 24 Hours In Emergency Rpt
10:25 pm SBS World News Late
10:55 pm Black Sands S01 E06
11:55 pm Agatha Christie’s Criminal Games Rpt

Tuesday 9 August
07:30 pm Who Do You Think You Are? Sandra Sully S13 E08
08:30 pm Insight
09:30 pm Dateline
10:00 pm SBS World News Late
10:30 pm Australia’s Health Revolution Rpt
11:30 pm Atlanta x 2 Rpt

Wednesday 10 August
07:35 pm New York: The City That Never Sleeps S01 E03
08:30 pm Secret Scotland Rpt
09:20 pm Too Close S01 E02
10:15 pm SBS World News Late
10:45 pm Vienna Blood S01 E03 and E04

Thursday 11 August
07:35 pm World’s Most Scenic River Journeys S02 E02
08:30 pm Scotland’s Sacred Islands With Ben Fogle Rpt
09:30 pm The Queen At War Rpt
11:15 pm SBS World News Late
11:45 pm Gomorrah S04 E11 and E12

Friday 12 August
07:35 pm Lost Treasures Of Ancient Rome Series Premiere
08:30 pm Ross Kemp: Shipwreck Treasure Hunter Series Premiere
09:20 pm World’s Most Scenic Railway Journeys Rpt
10:20 pm SBS World News Late
10:50 pm Shadow Lines x 4

Saturday 13 August
07:35 pm Worlds Most Scenic Railway Journeys S03 E12
08:30 pm Gone Fishing With Mortimer & Whitehouse S01 E07
09:00 pm Gone Fishing With Mortimer & Whitehouse S01 E08
09:35 pm Secrets of The Tower Of London Rpt
10:25 pm Supreme Revenge: Battle For The Court Rpt
11:15 pm Movie: Lion

Ross Kemp still doing his docos. I remember his doco series airing on 7HD.

Treasures Of Greece

Sunday 14 August 7:30 PM

Bettany Hughes explores Athens, the crowning landmark of ancient Greek civilisation and a symbol of intellect and democracy the world over.

She travels to Olympia, known as the birthplace of the Olympics, but there is so much more about this site to reveal.

In Sparta, Bettany discovers that it is not just their superb artistic achievements and epic monuments that made the Greeks famous, but their ideas.

DNA Family Secrets - Season 2

Monday 15 August 8:30 PM

Stacey Dooley is in Liverpool to meet Richard, who is on a life-long mission to discover the identity of his father - he’s blown away when he finally learns the truth.

Janet is rattled by a rumour that her Dad fathered a baby as a prisoner of war during WWII and she might have a secret sister.

Glen’s mother never knew where his father was from, only that he wasn’t white.

Now Glen is desperate to finally learn his ethnicity.

Testing their DNA is the only way they will all finally get answers.

Great Coastal Railway Journeys

From Tuesday 16 August 7:30 PM Double episodes

Michael Portillo embarks on a new series of railway adventures around the coasts of the British Isles.

Ep1: An epic stretch of Scottish coastline is the first stop for Michael Portillo on his new series of coastal railway journeys around the British Isles.

Siccar Point, close to Dunbar on the Firth of Forth, was the site of an extraordinary 18th century discovery and is today a place of pilgrimage for earth scientists from across the world.

From North Berwick, Michael takes a boat out into the Firth to visit Bass Rock, a breeding ground for 150,000 Northern Gannets.

The Stranger

From Wednesday 17 August 9:30 PM

Adam Price’s perfect life is tipped upside down when a mysterious stranger reveals a dark secret about his wife. He soon finds himself caught up in something far darker and far bigger than he initially realised.

Suspect

FromThursday August 18th 9:30 PM double episodes.

When veteran detective Danny Frater (James Nesbitt) turns up at a hospital mortuary for a routine ID check, he’s devastated to discover the corpse of his estranged daughter Christina (Imogen King).

anny refuses to accept the coroner’s report that points to suicide, and sets out on a dangerous, agonising mission to uncover the events that led to her death. Taking its cue from Christoffer Boe and Miso Film’s acclaimed series Face To Face, each episode sees Danny conduct a separate cross examination with a different suspect or witness, keeping viewers in suspense as they engage with the investigation in real time.

As Danny pieces together Christina’s relentless descent into criminality, he’s also forced to come to terms with his own failings as a father and the part he himself may have played in her downfall. Exquisite cinematography captures all the iconic and conflicting facets of contemporary London, where beauty, wealth and excess collide with ugliness, violence and corruption: a challenging backdrop that mirrors the moral maze at the heart of Danny’s journey to uncover the truth.

Week commencing 14 August 2022


Sunday 14 August
07:30 pm Treasures Of Greece
08:30 pm Druids: The Mystery Of Celtic Priests Rpt
09:30 pm Top Ten Treasures Of Pompeii Rpt
11:15 pm Vaccine: The Inside Story Rpt

Monday 15 August
07:30 pm Savings Lives At Sea S02 E10
08:30 pm DNA Family Secrets Season 2 Premiere
09:40 pm 24 Hours In Emergency Rpt
10:35 pm SBS World News Late
11:05 pm Black Sands S01 E07

Tuesday 16 August
07:30 pm Great Coastal Railway Journeys Series Premiere
08:00 pm Great Coastal Railway Journeys
08:30 pm Insight
09:30 pm Dateline
10:00 pm SBS World News Late
10:30 pm Australia’s Health Revolution Rpt
11:30 pm Atlanta x 2 Rpt

Wednesday 17 August
07:35 pm Tony Robinson’s History Of Britain Rpt
08:30 pm Secret Scotland Rpt
09:25 pm The Stranger Series Premiere
10:25 pm SBS World News Late
10:55 pm Vienna Blood S01 E05 and E06

Thursday 18 August
07:35 pm World’s Most Scenic River Journeys S02 E03
08:30 pm Scotland’s Sacred Islands With Ben Fogle Rpt
09:30 pm Suspect Series Premiere
10:00 pm Suspect
10:30 pm SBS World News Late
11:00 pm Gomorrah S04 E13 Season Finale
11:55 pm Algiers Confidential x 2

Friday 19 August
07:35 pm Lost Treasures Of Ancient Rome S01 E02
08:30 pm Ross Kemp: Shipwreck Treasure Hunter S01 E02
09:25 pm World’s Most Scenic Railway Journeys Rpt
10:15 pm SBS World News Late
10:45 pm Das Boot x 2
12:55 am Going Places With Ernie Dingo
02:25 am :biking_man: LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 1 Crash-in coverage for Central and WA.

Saturday 20 August
07:35 pm Worlds Most Scenic Railway Journeys S03 E13
08:30 pm Secrets of The Tower Of London Rpt
09:25 pm Gone Fishing With Mortimer & Whitehouse S01 E07
09:55 pm Gone Fishing With Mortimer & Whitehouse S01 E08
10:30 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 2 Crash-in coverage for Central. Live coverage for WA on SBS VICELAND.

This is the FTA premiere of a 8-part British mystery-thriller series which premiered on Netflix in January 2020. It is based on the 2015 novel by Harlan Coben.

Another 8-part crime drama which debuted on Channel 4 UK in June this year.

Nazis, Treasures And The Quest For Celts

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Sunday 21 August 7:30 PM

Actor Ardal O’Hanlon (Father Ted) explores some of the most important archaeological finds in Ireland’s history, revealing how many have been used as an important tool for nation-building on both sides of the border.

Speaking to world-renowned experts, he unravels a forgotten time period, when a team of Americans from Harvard University, a Nazi archaeologist from Austria, and a Welsh geography professor dug up ancient sites across the country.

Their pioneering work answered questions about the Celts, and what it means to be Irish.

Revealed: The Hunt For Bin Laden

Sunday 21 August 8:30 PM

Produced to coincide with the tenth anniversary of the raid that found Osama bin Laden, this documentary provides a sweeping account of the story, linking policy, intelligence and military decision-making as a team of Navy SEALs converged on a mysterious compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, on May 2, 2011.

Includes interviews with President Barack Obama, Secretary Hillary Clinton, Secretary Robert Gates, CIA Director Leon Panetta and Admiral William McRaven.

Week commencing 21 August 2022


Sunday 21 August
07:30 pm Nazis, Treasures And The Quest For Celts
08:30 pm Revealed: The Hunt For Bin Laden
10:05 pm Curse Of King Tut Rpt
11:00 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 3 Crash-in coverage for Central. Live coverage for WA on SBS VICELAND.

Monday 22 August
07:30 pm Savings Lives At Sea S02 E11
08:30 pm DNA Family Secrets S02 E02
09:40 pm 24 Hours In Emergency Rpt
10:35 pm SBS World News Late
11:05 pm Black Sands S01 E08

Tuesday 23 August
07:30 pm Great Coastal Railway Journeys S01 E03
08:00 pm Great Coastal Railway Journeys S01 E04
08:30 pm Insight
09:30 pm Dateline
10:00 pm SBS World News Late
10:30 pm The Point Rpt
11:00 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 4

Wednesday 24 August
07:35 pm Tony Robinson’s History Of Britain Rpt
08:30 pm Secret Scotland Rpt
09:25 pm The Stranger S01 E02
10:25 pm SBS World News Late
10:50 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 5

Thursday 25 August
07:35 pm World’s Most Scenic River Journeys S02 E04
08:30 pm Scotland’s Sacred Islands With Ben Fogle Rpt
09:30 pm Suspect S01 E03
10:00 pm Suspect S01 E04
10:30 pm SBS World News Late
11:00 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 6

Friday 26 August
07:35 pm Lost Treasures Of Ancient Rome S01 E03
08:30 pm Ross Kemp: Shipwreck Treasure Hunter S01 E03
09:25 pm World’s Most Scenic Railway Journeys Rpt
10:15 pm SBS World News Late
10:50 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 7

Saturday 27 August
07:35 pm Worlds Most Scenic Railway Journeys S03 E14
08:30 pm Secrets of The Tower Of London Rpt
09:25 pm Devon & Cornwall With Michael Portillo Rpt
10:20 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 8

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Screen Australia funding information

Australia’s Sleep Revolution with Dr Michael Mosley:

A three-part series from Artemis Media for SBS that sees serial insomniac Dr Michael Mosley together with some of the nation’s poorest sleepers, put their bodies on the line to trial Australian-led, world first sleep treatments. Teaming up with expert physicians, Dr Michael Mosley will wake up the nation to the dangers of bad slumber and inspire a sleep revolution. The creative team includes series producer Katherine Barrett, alongside series director Russell Vines, development producer Nia Pericles and executive producer Celia Tait who previously collaborated on Australia’s Health Revolution with Dr Michael Mosley. This series is financed with support from Screenwest and Lotterywest and the South Australian Film Corporation.

Out of the City (working title):

A three-part series for SBS from Blackfella Films, the producers of Filthy Rich and Homeless and First Contact. This documentary from writer/producer Jacob Hickey and producer Darren Dale, will explore multiculturalism and life in regional areas. This series is financed with support from VicScreen.

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Tutankhamun: Secrets Of The Toxic Tomb

Sunday 28 August 7:35 PM double episodes

In 1922, the tomb of Egyptian boy king Tutankhamun was unearthed. Soon, tales spread of a deadly jinx. Now, Ella Al-Shamahi reveals the extraordinary scientific truth behind the ‘Pharaoh’s Curse’.

Beforeingers Season 2

Monday 29 August 11:15 PM

A brutal murder in Oslo with ties to 19th century England raises the question of whether Jack the Ripper may have time grated to the present. Lars and Alfhildr soon realise that if they are to capture the killer, they can only trust each other. While investigating the case, Lars also deals with family issues when his daughter hooks up with a Norse weatherman, and Alfhildr encounters a mysterious volve (Norse psychic), who turns out to have important knowledge of Alfhildr’s background. For Norway’s eternal king Olav Haraldsson, life in the present turns out to be completely different than he imagined.

The Artist’s View: Whitney Houston

Saturday 3 September 10:20 PM

With the sad passing of Whitney Houston, The Artist’s View pays its own tribute to the artist’s prolific career through her music videos and directors who created them.

In this documentary series of six interviews, the world’s legendary rock stars discuss the creation and impact of those videos which everyone remembers. The series celebrates the era when memorable music was matched in brilliance by the creative filmmaking that projected it around the world. Artists recall the inspiration behind the videos, anecdotes from the filming process and how this dazzling new medium changed the music industry forever. With the sad passing of Whitney Houston, The Artist’s View pays its own tribute to the artist’s prolific career through her music videos and directors who created them.

Week commencing 28 August 2022


Sunday 28 August
07:35 pm Tutankhamun: Secrets Of The Toxic Tomb Series Premiere
08:30 pm Tutankhamun: Secrets Of The Toxic Tomb
09:25 pm Zelenskyy: The Man Who Took On Putin Rpt
09:55 pm 9/11: The Unheeded Warning Rpt
10:55 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 9 Crash-in coverage for Central. Live coverage for WA on SBS VICELAND.

Monday 29 August
07:30 pm Savings Lives At Sea S02 E12
08:40 pm DNA Family Secrets S02 E03
09:50 pm 24 Hours In Emergency Rpt
10:45 pm SBS World News Late
11:15 pm Beforeigners Series 2 FTA Premiere

Tuesday 30 August
07:30 pm Great Coastal Railway Journeys S01 E05
08:00 pm Great Coastal Railway Journeys S01 E06
08:30 pm Insight
09:30 pm Dateline
10:00 pm SBS World News Late
10:30 pm The Point Rpt
11:00 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 10

Wednesday 31 August
07:35 pm Tony Robinson’s History Of Britain Rpt
08:30 pm Secret Scotland Rpt
09:25 pm The Stranger S01 E02
10:25 pm SBS World News Late
10:50 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 11

Thursday 1 September
07:30 pm World’s Most Scenic River Journeys S02 E05
08:30 pm Scotland’s Sacred Islands With Ben Fogle Rpt
09:30 pm Suspect S01 E05
10:00 pm Suspect S01 E06
10:30 pm SBS World News Late
11:00 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 12

Friday 2 September
07:35 pm Lost Treasures Of Ancient Rome S01 E04
08:30 pm Ross Kemp: Shipwreck Treasure Hunter S01 E04
09:25 pm World’s Most Scenic Railway Journeys Rpt
10:15 pm SBS World News Late
10:50 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 13

Saturday 3 September
07:35 pm Worlds Most Scenic Railway Journeys S03 E15
08:30 pm Secrets of The Tower Of London Rpt
09:25 pm Devon & Cornwall With Michael Portillo Rpt
10:20 pm The Artist’s View: Whitney Houston
10:50 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 14

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Week commencing 4 September 2022


Sunday 4 September
07:35 pm What Killed The Roman Empire?
09:00 pm America After 9/11 Rpt
10:55 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 15 Crash-in coverage for Central. Live coverage for WA on SBS VICELAND.

Monday 5 September
07:30 pm Lighthouses: Building The Impossible Series 2 Premiere
08:30 pm DNA Family Secrets S02 E04
09:40 pm 24 Hours In Emergency Rpt
10:35 pm SBS World News Late
11:05 pm Beforeigners S02 E02

Tuesday 6 September
07:30 pm Great Coastal Railway Journeys S01 E07
08:00 pm Great Coastal Railway Journeys S01 E08
08:30 pm Insight
09:30 pm Dateline
10:00 pm SBS World News Late
10:30 pm The Point Rpt
11:00 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 16

Wednesday 7 September
07:35 pm Tony Robinson’s History Of Britain Rpt
08:30 pm Secret Scotland Rpt
09:20 pm The Stranger S01 E03
10:20 pm SBS World News Late
10:50 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 17

Thursday 8 September
07:30 pm World’s Most Scenic River Journeys S02 E06
08:30 pm Inside Aldi Rpt
09:20 pm Suspect S01 E07
09:45 pm Suspect S01 E08
10:10 pm SBS World News Late
10:50 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 18

Friday 9 September
07:35 pm Lost Treasures Of Ancient Rome S01 E05
08:30 pm 9/11: The Pentagon
09:30 pm World’s Most Scenic Railway Journeys Rpt
10:20 pm SBS World News Late
10:50 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 19

Saturday 10 September
07:35 pm Worlds Most Scenic Railway Journeys S03 E16
08:30 pm Secrets of The Tower Of London Rpt
09:25 pm Devon & Cornwall With Michael Portillo Rpt
10:15 pm LIVE Cycling: La Vuelta 2022, Stage 20

What Killed The Roman Empire?

Sunday 4 September 7:30 PM

What if, contrary to popular belief, a terrible climate change and three deadly pandemics were the real causes of the collapse of the Roman Empire? A fascinating historical investigation, by the greatest European and American scientists, about the fall of the most powerful empire of antiquity.

Archaeologists, historians, specialists in ancient pathologies and climate - scientists from all disciplines, in Europe and United States, are investigating the decline of the Roman Empire.

They show that a powerful cooling and three successive waves of deadly epidemics caused its collapse.

Lighthouses: Building The Impossible - Season 2

Monday 5 September 7:30 PM

Rob Bell heads out to perhaps the most feared offshore lighthouse for keepers and mariners alike - the Wolf Rock.

He sees for himself why Cornwall’s beautiful coastline is so deadly, and why building a tower eight miles from shore was seemingly impossible, at the mercy of the North Atlantic.

Following Rob’s journey, we hear tales from the keepers who risked life and limb living and working in this inhospitable environment and see how technology keeps a 160-year-old structure running now.

Diving into the past, Rob turns wreck hunter to discover incredible artefacts that reveal the fate of one of the thousands of ships lost on the Cornish coast.

Episode One: Wolf Rock

Rob Bell heads out to perhaps the most feared offshore lighthouse for keepers and mariners alike – the Wolf Rock. He sees for himself why Cornwall’s beautiful coastline is so deadly, and why building a tower eight miles from shore was seemingly impossible, at the mercy of the North Atlantic. Following Rob’s journey, we hear tales from the keepers who risked life and limb living and working in this inhospitable environment and see how technology keeps a 160-year-old structure running now.

9/11: The Pentagon

Friday 9 September 8:30 PM

On September 11, 1941, the U.S. War Department broke ground on a massive new five-sided headquarters that would rise to become the ultimate symbol of the American military.

60 years to the day after construction began, a hijacked airliner crashed into the building as part of the largest coordinated terror attack ever on American soil.

Told by the men and women who lived it, 9/11: The Pentagon is the dramatic story of what happened inside the building in the harrowing minutes after impact - a raw eyewitness account of tragedy, heroism, and survival on the day that forever transformed a nation.

Secrets of the Imperial War Museum

Saturday 10 September 5:35 PM

For the first time, the Imperial War Museum has allowed cameras behind the scenes at a critical moment in their history as they unveil ambitious new £30 million galleries.

With exclusive access to over 33 million priceless historical treasures and a world class film archive of more than 23,000 hours of rare film footage, this series uncovers never-before heard first-hand accounts, and reveals the pressure faced by a team of hundreds of IWM experts and volunteers as they work tirelessly to preserve the most important objects and stories from our past.

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EDIT: the program title is incorrect, it is called The Cook Up.

That’s a bit naughty. :stuck_out_tongue:

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Funding announcement

While the Men are Away

A queer, revisionist historical dramedy for SBS set in 1940’s rural Australia. While the men are off fighting in WWII, the people who have been excluded from power suddenly find themselves running the show. Two Women’s Land Army recruits from Sydney arrive in the country and undergo a heady course in race relations, rural politics, spirituality, sex, and personal growth - oh, and farming. While the Men are Away is created by Alexandra Burke (Sissy), Kim Wilson (Wentworth) and Monica Zanetti (Ellie and Abbie (& Ellie’s Dead Aunt)), and written by Wilson, Zanetti, Jada Alberts (Cleverman), Magda Wozniak (Bad Behaviour), Enoch Mailangi (All My Friends Are Racist) and Sam Icklow (The Moth ). It is produced by Lisa Shaunessy of Arcadia, whose feature Sissy premiered at SXSW Film Festival this year. This series is financed with support from Screen NSW with Red Arrow Studios International managing international sales. This is the first 8 x 30 drama from SBS Scripted Originals.

The show is distributed by All3Media International, which has already secured pre-sales to PBS in US, SBS in Australia and CBC in Canada.

Bin Laden: The Road to 9/11

Sunday 11 September 7:30 PM Triple episodes

Episode 1: This episode follows Osama Bin Laden’s early life as as a schoolboy in Saudi Arabia - raised in a wealthy family, he watches Westerns, enjoys football and avoids playground fights.

His childhood friend, Khaled Batarfi, says of him - ‘He was good, I don’t know what happened to him’.

In 1980, after the invasion of Afghanistan he joins many other Arab men who want to free the country from the Soviets.

Episode 2: This episode begins with Bin Laden returning home to Saudi Arabia from Afghanistan, an acclaimed war hero after the withdrawal of the Soviet - a military victory that he believes he helped achieve.

However, 18 months after he returns, Saddam Hussein invades Kuwait prompting the anxious Saudi authorities to seek protection from the US.

Horrified by what he regards as an invasion of Muslim holy lands by the American army, Bin Laden turns publicly against the Saudi royal family, and refusing to be silenced he escapes to Sudan.

He reinvents himself as a large-scale agricultural producer, famous for growing giant sunflowers and watermelons.

Episode 3: This episode begins in 1997 with Bin Laden’s Al-Qaeda ramping up its operations in Afghanistan.

With America his target, he grants rare interviews to US networks from his mountain base to take his threats straight into US homes.

He follows this, in 1998, with his infamous fatwa calling for ‘the murder of any American, anywhere on Earth’.

The Handmaid’s Tale

Thursday 15 September 8:30 PM double episode

June (Elisabeth Moss) faces consequences for killing Commander Waterford while struggling to redefine her identity and purpose, and the widowed Serena Waterford (Yvonne Strahovski) attempts to raise her profile in Toronto as Gilead’s influence creeps into Canada.

Hampton Court: Behind Closed Doors

Friday 16 September 8:30 PM

Hampton Court: Behind Closed Doors is an intimate look behind the scenes of King Henry VIII’s beloved royal palace on the Thames.

Now a popular tourist attraction we’ll explore, along with the visitors, the palace’s vast parklands and historic rooms. We’ll follow the palace Warders as they reveal unique spaces like the Great Hall, built for Henry VIII himself, the gardeners as they maintain the 300 year old historic maze, and the grooms as they look after Hampton Court’s own team of rare Shire horses. With the help of Historic Royal Palaces Chief Curator Tracy Borman, we’ll discover the kings and queens who lived and died at Hampton Court – from Elizabeth I to Henry VIII and his unlucky wives Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour and Catherine Howard.

Greatest Train Journeys From Above

Saturday 17 September 7:30 PM

Connecting iconic mountain resorts St Moritz and Zermatt, the Glacier Express is filmed from above winding along alpine peaks, over treacherous gorges and through vertiginous mountain ranges.

It’s a constant struggle to keep on track as engineers battle deep snow drifts, harness the latest tech to protect the line from landslides and set explosives to guard against deadly avalanches.

Week commencing 11 September 2022


Sunday 11 September
07:35 pm Bin Laden: The Road to 9/11
10:15 pm Looking For Life On Mars Rpt
11:15 pm Who Gets To Stay In Australia? Rpt

Monday 12 September
07:30 pm Lighthouses: Building The Impossible S02 E02
08:30 pm DNA Family Secrets S02 E05
09:40 pm 24 Hours In Emergency Rpt
10:35 pm SBS World News Late
11:05 pm Beforeigners S02 E03

Tuesday 13 September
07:30 pm Great Coastal Railway Journeys S01 E09
08:00 pm Great Coastal Railway Journeys S01 E10
08:30 pm Insight
09:30 pm Dateline
10:00 pm SBS World News Late
10:30 pm The Point Rpt
11:00 pm Atlanta x 2 Rpt

Wednesday 14 September
07:35 pm Great Wall Of China: The Hidden Story Rpt
08:30 pm Secret Scotland Rpt
09:20 pm The Stranger S01 E04
10:10 pm SBS World News Late
10:40 pm Vienna Blood x 2

Thursday 15 September
07:30 pm World’s Most Scenic River Journeys S02 E07
08:30 pm The Handmaid’s Tale Season 5 Premiere
09:30 pm The Handmaid’s Tale S05 E02
10:30 PM SBS World News Late
11:00 PM Gomorrah
11:55 pm Luther Rpt

Friday 16 September
07:35 pm Lost Treasures Of Ancient Rome S01 E06
08:30 pm Hampton Court: Behind Closed Doors Series Premiere
09:25 pm World’s Greatest Hotels Rpt
10:15 pm SBS World News Late
10:45 pm Das Boot
11:45 pm Thin Blue Line Rpt

Saturday 17 September
07:35 pm Greatest Train Journeys From Above Series Premiere
08:20 pm Secrets of The Tower Of London Rpt
09:15 pm Elizabeth I And II: The Golden Queens Rpt
10:05 pm Scotland: 1000 Years Of History Rpt
11:45 pm Apocalypse Now Redux Rpt

Egypt Code Breakers


Sunday 18 September 7:30 PM

Jean-Francois Champollion gave words to a thousand-year-old civilisation by cracking an ancient hieroglyphic code - but behind his legendary feat was his mysterious brother, Jacques-Joseph who made it all possible.

Using their private correspondence, archives and expert advice, we explore this once-in-a lifetime scientific, human and intellectual adventure to celebrate the bicentenary of the hieroglyphs being decoded.

Good With Wood - Season 2

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From Friday 23 September 7:35 PM

The new judges, renowned design historian and teacher, Tom Dyckhoff, and wood sculptor and artist, Sophie Sellu, put the new bunch of master woodworkers through their paces on the first challenge.