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#102

Where Are You Really From?

From Friday 8 June at 7.30pm (3-part series)

Comedian Michael Hing travels to regional Australia to hear how Australians from migrant communities answer a question they’re still asked no matter how long they’ve been here.

Michael Hing reckons he may be Australia’s third or fourth favourite Asian-Australian comedian. And even though his family migrated from China more than 100 years ago, he still gets asked – ‘Where are you really from?’ – all the time.

Michael’s experience is pretty common. No matter how long your family might have been here, if you look a bit different, chances are you’ll get asked that question every other week. This is particularly awkward if you live in a regional area and your family have been there for generations.

The thing is: many of Australia’s regional towns and centres were founded by migrant communities. Like the Chinese miners who arrived in Bendigo, Victoria, in the 1860s.

Or the Sikh farmers who settled on the New South Wales coast before Federation and became banana and now blueberry barons.

Country Australia has a long migrant history – but it’s one that most Australians don’t know. This new SBS series, Where Are You Really From?, celebrates that history and looks at how generations of migrants have made their homes here while having to confront sometimes negative stereotypes.

Playful and passionate, the series also delves into serious issues like racism and integration – while delivering a few laughs along the way. From country Victoria to regional Queensland, host Hing speaks to Chinese, Sikh and South Sudanese migrants, to hear the struggles they’ve faced, their hopes for the next generation and how they answer that big question.

The 3-part series is produced by the award-winning team behind daily news and culture program, The Feed.

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#103

Due to SBS’ coverage of the World Cup opener between Russia and Saudi Arabia next Thursday night (June 14), The Handmaid’s Tale will be shown in WA only on SBS Viceland at the special time of 9pm. The episode will air in other parts of Australia on the main channel, at the normal time of 8.30pm.

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#104

World Cup week 1

Thursday 14 June
Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane
07:25pm Great British Railway Journeys S9 Ep9
08:00pm Luke Nguyen’s Food Trail S1 Ep13
08:30pm The Handmaid’s Tale S2 Ep9
09:35pm The Eighties: The Tech Boom
10:30pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Preview Show
12:00am FIFA World Cup 2018: Russia v Saudi Arabia

Adelaide
07:25pm Great British Railway Journeys S9 Ep9
08:00pm Luke Nguyen’s Food Trail S1 Ep13
08:30pm The Handmaid’s Tale S2 Ep9
09:35pm The Eighties: The Tech Boom
10:30pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Preview Show
11:30pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Russia v Saudi Arabia

Perth
07:25pm Great British Railway Journeys S9 Ep9
08:00pm Luke Nguyen’s Food Trail S1 Ep13
08:30pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Preview Show
10:00pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Russia v Saudi Arabia
01:30am The Handmaid’s Tale S2 Ep9
02:40am The Eighties: The Tech Boom

Saturday 16 June
03:30am AEST FIFA World Cup 2018: Portugal v Spain

Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane
05:30pm FIFA World Cup 2018: World Cup Today
06:30pm SBS World News
07:00pm FIFA World Cup 2018: France v Australia
10:30pm Counterpart S1 Ep1 Series Premiere
11:35pm Fair Game (2010)

Adelaide
05:00pm FIFA World Cup 2018: World Cup Today
06:00pm SBS World News
06:30pm FIFA World Cup 2018: France v Australia
10:00pm Counterpart S1 Ep1 Series Premiere
11:05pm Fair Game (2010)

Perth
03:30pm FIFA World Cup 2018: World Cup Today
04:30pm SBS World News
05:00pm FIFA World Cup 2018: France v Australia
08:30pm Counterpart S1 Ep1 Series Premiere
09:35pm Fair Game (2010)
11:35pm One Born Every Minute

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#105

SBS World News shaving 5 minutes off because of Portillo?

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#106

SBS has nothing else but this?

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#107

It was on only a few weeks ago? But i guess there’s a lot of “filler” stuff as their schedule is going through a lot of change with accommodating live coverage of the World Cup across all timezones. Note that The Eighties is at 9.35pm in some states but 2.40am in WA. Makes sense not to run premium programming split over such weird time shifts

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#108

Each episode of Great British Railway Journeys is 30 minutes long with no ads. It has been extended to 35 minutes so SBS can have ad breaks.

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#109

Peter Kuruvita’s Coastal Kitchen

From Thursday 21 June at 8pm

Escape the cold this winter to the azure waves of the Western Australia coast in the return of Peter Kuruvita’s Coastal Kitchen as Chef and Restaurateur, Peter Kuruvita, embarks on his latest culinary odyssey – this time to shine a light on the extraordinary region of the Margaret River and its surrounds.

Over the course of this new six-part series, Peter meets with traditional owners to hear their stories; artisanal producers to learn their craft; passionate farmers who are transforming the future of agricultural and aquacultural practice; and award-winning wine makers who have defined the region.

Getaway with Peter as he rolls up his sleeves and discovers how to make camembert, learns the secret to producing black garlic, and pulls on the scuba gear to go diving for abalone.

Inspired by the beauty of the landscape and the glorious food and wine in the region, Peter also cooks up a variety of heart-warming dishes incorporating his Euro-Sri Lankan culinary ethos with his new Margaret River discoveries.

Combat the winter blues with the warm and energetic Peter Kuruvita as he explores the picturesque Margaret River and its surrounds.

6 part series

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#110

Week commencing 17 June (World Cup week 2)

Sunday 17 June
Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane
07:30pm Sinkholes Ep1 Series Premiere
08:25pm The Real Rocky
09:35pm Rocky IV (1985)
11:05pm The Crystal Maze
12:00am FIFA World Cup 2018: Germany v Mexico

Adelaide
07:30pm Sinkholes Ep1 Series Premiere
08:25pm The Real Rocky
09:35pm Rocky IV (1985)
11:05am Travel Man
11.30pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Germany v Mexico

Perth
07:30pm Sinkholes Ep1 Series Premiere
08:25pm The Real Rocky
09:30pm Great British Railway Journeys Rpt
10:00pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Germany v Mexico

Monday 18 June
07:30pm Sinkholes Ep2
08:30pm Killer Floods
09:30pm 24 Hours in Emergency
10:30pm SBS World News Late
11:00pm Rain Man (1987)

Tuesday 19 June
03:30am AEST FIFA World Cup 2018: Tunisia v England

Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane
07:30pm Sinkholes Ep3 Final
08:30pm Insight
09:30pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Columbia v Japan

Adelaide
07:30pm Sinkholes Ep3 Final
08:00pm Michael Mosley: Trust Me, I’m a Doctor
09:00pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Columbia v Japan

Perth
07:30pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Columbia v Japan
10:30pm Sinkholes Ep3 Final
11:30pm Insight

Wednesday 20 June
Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane
07:30pm Definitive Guide to Sea Monsters Rpt
08:30pm Killer Hurricanes
09:30pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Portugal v Morocco

Adelaide
07:30pm Definitive Guide to Sea Monsters Rpt
08:30pm Michael Mosley: Trust Me, I’m a Doctor
09:00pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Portugal v Morocco

Perth
07:30pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Portugal v Morocco
10:30pm Definitive Guide to Sea Monsters Rpt
11:25pm Killer Hurricanes

Thursday 21 June
Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane
11:30am Bowls: 2018 Australian Open Day 1
04:00pm The Marngrook Footy Show
05:30pm FIFA World Cup 2018: World Cup Today
06:30pm SBS World News
07:30pm Great British Railway Journeys S9 Ep11
08:00pm Peter Curuvita’s Coastal Journey Ep1 Series Premiere
08:30pm Food Safari Fire Rpt
09:00pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Denmark v Australia

Adelaide
11:30am Bowls: 2018 Australian Open Day 1
04:00pm The Marngrook Footy Show
05:30pm FIFA World Cup 2018: World Cup Today
06:30pm SBS World News
07:30pm Great British Railway Journeys S9 Ep11
08:00pm Peter Curuvita’s Coastal Journey Ep1 Series Premiere
08:30pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Denmark v Australia
12:00am Food Safari Fire Rpt

Perth
11:00am Bowls: 2018 Australian Open Day 1
03:30pm The Marngrook Footy Show
05:00pm FIFA World Cup 2018: World Cup Today
06:00pm SBS World News
07:00pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Denmark v Australia
10:30pm Great British Railway Journeys S9 Ep11
11:05pm Peter Curuvita’s Coastal Journey Ep1 Series Premiere
11:35pm Food Safari Fire Rpt

Friday 22 June
Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane
07:30pm Where Are You Really From? S1 Ep3 Season Final
08:00pm Great British Railway Journeys S9 Ep12
08:30pm Killer Volcanoes
09:30pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Brazil v Costa Rica

Adelaide
07:30pm Where Are You Really From? S1 Ep3 Season Final
08:00pm Great British Railway Journeys S9 Ep12
08:30pm Michael Mosley: Trust Me, I’m a Doctor
09:00pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Brazil v Costa Rica

Perth
07:30pm FIFA World Cup 2018: Brazil v Costa Rica
10:30pm Where Are You Really From? S1 Ep3 Season Final
11:00pm Great British Railway Journeys S9 Ep12
11:35pm Killer Volcanoes

Saturday 23 June
07:30pm Mamma Mia (2008)
09:30pm ABBA in Concert
10:30pm Eurovision Top 40 Songs

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#111

They’re really just giving up any pretence of adhering to their charter :roll_eyes:

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#112

Sometimes I wish I had VAST or a sat receiver so I could watch Portillo in the middle of the night :stuck_out_tongue:

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#113

So SBS are resting Handmaids tale next Thursday?

P.S. Just saw that they are showing a double episode the following week.

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#114

Schedule update for tonight and early tomorrow morning due to SBS broadcasting all World Cup matches over the next 48 hours. Killer Floods will not be broadcast in SA/NT/WA, while Sinkholes episode 2 will not be shown in WA. Both programs will be available to stream at SBS On Demand.

Monday 18 June
Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane
07:30pm Sinkholes Ep2
08:30pm Killer Floods
09:30pm SBS World News
09:40pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: Sweden v Korea Republic
12:15am Road to the FIFA World Cup
12:45am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Belgium v Panama
03:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Tunisia v England

Adelaide
07:30pm Sinkholes Ep2
08:30pm Travel Man
09:00pm SBS World News
09:15pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: Sweden v Korea Republic
11:45pm Road to the FIFA World Cup
12:15am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Belgium v Panama
03:00am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Tunisia v England

Perth
06:30pm SBS World News
07:40pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: Sweden v Korea Republic
10:15pm Road to the FIFA World Cup
10:45pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: Belgium v Panama
01:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Tunisia v England

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#115

Will SBS be hosting the coverage or just simulcasting the Optus Sport prematch?

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#116

SBS has its own coverage for the extra matches. Just more work for Lucy Zelic and Craig Foster in Moscow.

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#117

What about match commentators? I too presumed it’d be Optus providing the feeds to SBS (under strict rights conditions?)

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#118

They’ll take the world feed commentary (like they do for all non Socceroos games that aren’t being called by Martin Tyler)

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#119

Schedule update
Tuesday 19 June
Due to schedule changes, Insight will not be shown in SA, NT and WA, while Sinkholes will not be broadcast in WA. Both programs will be available to stream at SBS on Demand.

Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane
07:30pm Sinkholes Ep 3 Final
08:30pm Insight
09:30pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: Colombia v Japan
12:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Poland v Senegal
03:00am Road to the FIFA World Cup
03:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Russia v Egypt

Adelaide
07:30pm Sinkholes Ep 3 Final
08:30pm Michael Mosley: Trust Me, I’m a Doctor
09:00pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: Colombia v Japan
12:00am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Poland v Senegal
02:30am Road to the FIFA World Cup
03:00am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Russia v Egypt

Perth
07:30pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: Colombia v Japan
10:30pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: Poland v Senegal
01:00am Road to the FIFA World Cup
01:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Russia v Egypt

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#120

Running Wild with Bear Grylls

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From Monday 25 June at 8.30pm on SBS (3 Parts)

Bear Grylls returns for the fourth season of Running Wild with Bear Grylls. In each episode, a different celebrity undergoes a crash course in survival techniques. Can these Hollywood Honchos tough it out in the wild?

Schedule:

RUNNING WILD WITH DON CHEADLE
MONDAY, 25 JUNE AT 8.30PM ON SBS

RUNNING WILD WITH KERI RUSSELL
SATURDAY 30 JUNE AT 9.35PM ON SBS

RUNNING WILD WITH LENA HEADEY
TUESDAY, 3 JULY AT 10.00PM ON SBS (12.30AM AWST, 2.00AM ACST)

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#121

Robson Green’s Australia

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From Wednesday 27 June at 7.30pm (4 Parts)

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English actor Robson Green has always been fascinated by Australia. Craving an adventure away from the big city, he takes off to the dirt roads to find the wild side of the Land Down Under. Robson sets out to experience what life here is all about, heading to South Australia, the Northern Territory, Western Australia, and Queensland. He’s on a mission to meet the people of these places and find out how this land of extremes shapes the lives of those who inhabit it.

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