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This week, The Feed goes inside a girls’ refuge in Sydney's inner west and meets two teens who are enrolled in a program that teaches them to literally fight for a better life.
From monitoring your phone and movements to controlling what you wear, what you eat and who you see, coercive control is an insidious, pervasive and dangerous form of abuse.
Baghdad 2003. Saddam Hussein has been thrown out of power and US-led Coalition forces now occupy Iraq.
SBS confronts Australia’s domestic abuse crisis with revelatory documentary series SEE WHAT YOU MADE ME DO
Spearheading a month of programming on SBS examining Australia's domestic abuse crisis, is new series, See What You Made Me Do. The series will premiere on May 5 and be hosted by investigative journalist, Jess Hill, who will meet survivors of abuse.
Insight’s Kumi Taguchi talks to couples who have been through some of the toughest challenges a relationship can face.
There are growing pains and challenges, including war and Depression, but there is also the birth of iconic brands such as Myer, Bushells, and Vegemite.
With their team, they guide us through previously unseen elements of tangihanga and continue to lift the veil on death in a rare mix of sorrow and joy.
The NHS is buckling under the sick and the dead, the city’s famous pubs and West End shows are closed, the usually bustling streets deserted as people work from home.
Historic House Rescue follows the restoration of Llwyn Celyn, a medieval house in Wales, using the latest scientific research and historical archives to reveal its story.
Sex Trafficking in America tells the stories of young women coerced into prostitution - and follows one police unit that’s committed to rooting it out.
When society is broken and demands for social justice go unmet, some folks don’t give up.
A young British man with Asperger’s, who overnight discovers he has 25 brothers and sisters, all from the same American sperm donor.
More than 40 years after the end of the Vietnam war, one brave grandmother is suing the US chemical companies that produced Agent Orange, including Dow Chemical and Bayer-Monsanto.
This series ventures through the songs that made the biggest music artists who they are today. Including Metallica, Madonna, Celine Dion, and Whitney Houston.
Fuelled by sunshine and leisure time, homegrown heroes emerge, including Phar Lap, the Australian cricket team, surf lifesavers, Dame Nellie Melba and the hit films that perpetuate and reflect Australia’s character.
This is the story of male strippers and their entrepreneurial manager as they reach a critical point in their evolution and prove the UK market for the naked black body.
More twists and turns than a strap of liquorice, new HBO limited series MARE OF EASTTOWN is bloody brilliant | TV Bingebox S02E09
Today, Amazon Prime Video has released the trailer for the highly anticipated Solos, which premieres on Amazon Prime Video on 21 May.
This week will see Netflix continue to expand its library of studio-produced sitcoms with the release of the new Wanda Sykes comedy, The Upshaws.