Hawthorn goal-kicking star Jonathon Patton will join the show live as this week’s special guest.
SBS is giving fans something to cheer about with a slate of iconic sporting events returning to screens this month.
Despite several leagues now flagging restarts in coming weeks and months, there’s still not a lot of live sport on offer on our televisions.
Australia’s pre-eminent broadcaster Bruce McAvaney will lead Seven’s coverage alongside Hamish McLachlan, Henry Dwyer and Katelyn Mallyon.
As the NRL and AFL return rapidly approaches, intense negotiations are continuing as both codes seek to secure payments from broadcast partners.
No.1 ranked lightweight contender Tony Ferguson and No. 4 ranked Justin Gaethje battle for the interim championship.
There’s no doubt COVID-19 has caused great uncertainty in the world, but does that mean we should now ignore the scientists, doctors and even politicians?
The series is not even played in a lunch time slot, a graveyard slot or on 9 Now.
Joining the panel is legendary coach Denis Pagan, who enters TJ’s Time Capsule as this week’s special guest.
From Australia, collection highlights include the landmark SBS documentary series First Contact, which shines a light on the deep divide between Indigenous Australians and the rest of the nation by taking six non-Indigenous people and immersing them into Aboriginal Australia for the first time