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While the country was embroiled in a divisive election with racial tensions flaring, Civil Rights activist and trailblazing performer Harry Belafonte guest hosted The Tonight Show for one week in 1968.
SBS and National Indigenous Television (NITV) today announced the award-winning cast and creative team behind its new original fiction commission True Colours, as filming commences in the breathtakingly beautiful Macdonnell Ranges, east of Mparntwe (Alice Springs).
The Witnesses is a tense, highly emotional series that explores the power of memories and how little we can trust them.
SBS has announced the appointment of Emily Griggs as its new Head of Entertainment and Food.
This feature explores the life and career of one of the best-known and most influential religious leaders of the 20th century.
Over a 45-year-long career, he has carved a niche for himself as an actor, stuntman, director, and screenwriter, but also singer and formidable businessman.
SBS is excited to announce the return of Celebrity Mastermind, featuring 16 well-loved Australian celebrities, on Saturday, 28 August at 8.30pm on SBS and SBS On Demand.
Navigating your teenage years is scary at the best of times, but what about during lockdowns, border closures and forced isolation?
Bob Marley’s universal appeal, impact on music history and his role as a social and political prophet is both unique and unparalleled.
The Grace Kelly story, of the beautiful actress who rose to stardom and became a fifties fashion icon, who then shocked the world when she left Hollywood to marry Prince Rainier of Monaco, is well known.
In Hunting Hitler, Bob Baer's investigation proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that Hitler could have successfully fled Germany after the war and disappeared into South America.
As part of its 'Price Of Fame Season', SBS will tonight air the 2016 Academy Award winning documentary based on the life of Amy Winehouse.
In 1983, the most famous couple in the world arrived in Alice Springs, Australia for a historic royal tour.
"His tone would comfort and encourage. It was perfect. Always."
The series follows Lahela “Doogie” Kamealoha, a 16-year-old prodigy juggling a budding medical career and life as a teenager. With the support of her caring and comical ‘ohana (family) and friends,
Every day, thousands of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across Australia wake up behind the bars of Australian prisons.