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Week 41

Sunday October 7th, 2012

5:00 am Weatherwatch and Music - A continuously updated weather report, bringing viewers the latest weather conditions from around Australia, and featuring a selection of quality music.


5:30 am Portuguese News - News via satellite from RTP Portugal (Lisbon), in Portuguese, no subtitles.
6:00 am Urdu News - News via satellite from PTV Pakistan in Islamabad, in Urdu, no subtitles.
6:30 am Latin American News - News via satellite from Television National de Chile, in Spanish, no subtitles.
7:00 am Hungarian News - News via satellite from Duna TV (DTV) Budapest, in Hungarian, no subtitles.
7:30 am Polish News - Wydarzenia from Polsat in Warsaw via satellite, in Polish, no subtitles.
8:00 am Maltese News - News from Public Broadcasting Services Limited, Malta, in Maltese, no subtitles.
8:30 am PopAsia - Features back-to-back videos from artists across Asia and all the latest news and interviews from the Korean, Japanese, Mandarin and Cantonese pop scenes. (An SBS Production) (Entertainment) G
10:30 am FIFA World Cup 2014 Magazine - This monthly magazine program will report on Brazil's preparations for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, including details of venues and regions, along with a look at football in Brazil in general. (Sport) CC
11:00 am UEFA Champions League Magazine - Highlights and news from the latest round of the UEFA Champions League. (Sport) CC
11:30 am Speedweek - A comprehensive motor sports program for speed enthusiasts. (Motor Sport) CC
1:30 pm Al Jazeera News - News via satellite from Al Jazeera Satellite Network, Qatar, in English. CC

Sunday October 7th, 2012

2:30 pm Nuclear Meltdown - On 11 March 2011, a magnitude 9.0 earthquake hit Japan’s northeast coast followed by a massive tsunami. The country suffered widespread devastation and in the aftermath of the disaster, four nuclear reactors in Fukushima began to disintegrate. This program details the unfolding disaster at Fukushima and reveals exactly how it happened and why. (From the UK, in English and Japanese) (Documentary) (Rpt) G CC


3:30 pm The Spill - Long before the Deepwater Horizon explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, BP was widely viewed as a company that valued deal-making and savvy marketing over safety; a serial offender that left behind a long trail of violations. Could the spill have been prevented? Through interviews with current and former employees and executives, government regulators, and safety experts, this program examines the trail that led to the disaster in the Gulf. (From the US) (Documentary) (Rpt) PG CC
4:30 pm Living Black - Indigenous stories that matter to all Australians, hosted by Karla Grant. (An SBS Production) CC
5:00 pm Cycling Central - The latest two-wheel action from around the globe, including road and track cycling, mountain biking and BMX. Includes a mix of interviews, news and short features. Presented by Michael Tomalaris. (An SBS Sport Production) CC
6:00 pm Thalassa: Tropicalisation of the Mediterranean - Each year, new marine species coming from either the Indian Ocean or the Red Sea are discovered along the Mediterranean coastline from Israel, to Turkey and all the way to the western Mediterranean. These species travel through the Suez Canal into the Mediterranean and threaten local species. (From France, in French, English, Hebrew, Italian and Turkish) (Documentary Series) (Rpt) G CC
6:30 pm World News Australia - Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service. (An SBS Production) CC
7:35 pm Lost Worlds: Battle Castle: Château Gaillard - Historian and presenter Dan Snow unravels the stories of six of the world's most famous castles. Perched high above the River Seine, Château Gaillard's knife-like keep, arced-stone wall and multiple baileys speak to its military purpose. Constructed by King Richard I in the late 12th century, it was engineered to counter French attempts on England’s holdings in continental Europe. Dan joins the castle at the moment it faces its ultimate threat: an attack by Richard’s archenemy, Philip II of France. (From the UK) (Documentary Series) (Part 2 of 6) PG CC
Sunday October 7th, 2012

8:30 pm The Gene Code: Unlocking the Code - This two-part series explores the consequences of one of the biggest scientific projects of all time - the decoding of the entire human genome. In the final episode, we learn how cracking the human genome has led scientists to begin to understand the very process by which DNA makes humans different; how it makes each individual on earth unique and influences one’s personality, how it influences what one looks like, how smart they are, and even how long they will live. (From the UK) (Documentary Series) (Part 2 of 2) G CC


9:30 pm Surviving Terror - Three families from different parts of the world reveal how their lives were forever changed by some of the most notorious acts of terrorism of the past decade: the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center, the 2005 London transit bombings, and the Bali nightclub bombing. The families tell their stories of transformation from normal lives, to unthinkable pain and loss, and the choice they ultimately take between living in hatred and attempting to move beyond it. (From the US) (Documentary PG
10:30 pm Film: Vincere - The story of the descent into madness of Mussolini's secret first wife, Ida Dasler, who was seduced by his passion and vigour but blind to the fascist dictator's many flaws. A historical drama with the passion, lyricism and tragedy of a classical Italian opera. Nominated for the Palme d'Or at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival. Directed by Marco Bellocchio and stars Giovanna Mezzogiorno, Filippo Timi and Fausto Russo Alesi. (From Italy, in Italian) (Drama) (2009) (Rpt) M (N,S)
12:45 am Red Tape and Comedy in North Korea - A Danish-Korean theatre troupe of two comedians and their manager travel to North Korea on the pretext of wanting to perform vaudeville comedy. In actuality they are there to make a guerrilla-style exposé of the ruthless police state. Constantly shadowed by a guide, they rehearse under the watchful eye of government officials brought in to 'collaborate' on their performance. But as the hoax plays out, the two comedians (both of North Korean descent) begin to emotionally unravel. (From Denmark, in Danish, English and Korean) Documentary) (Rpt) M (L) CC
2:25 am Weatherwatch Overnight - A continuously updated weather report, bringing viewers the latest weather conditions from around Australia, and featuring a selection of quality music.

Monday October 8th, 2012

5:00 am Weatherwatch and Music - A continuously updated weather report, bringing viewers the latest weather conditions from around Australia, and featuring a selection of quality music.


5:05 am Korean News - News via satellite from YTN Korea, in Korean, no subtitles.
5:40 am Japanese News - News via satellite from NHK Tokyo in Japanese, no subtitles.
6:15 am Hong Kong News - News via satellite from TVB Hong Kong, in Cantonese, no subtitles.
6:35 am Chinese News - News via satellite from CCTV Beijing, in Mandarin, no subtitles.
7:05 am German News - News via satellite from DW Berlin, in German, no subtitles.
7:35 am Italian News - News via satellite from RAI Rome in Italian, no subtitles.
8:05 am Filipino News - News via satellite from ABS-CBN Manila, in Tagalog, no subtitles.
8:40 am Spanish News - News via satellite from RTVE Madrid, in Spanish, no subtitles.
9:30 am Greek News - News via satellite from ERT Athens, in Greek, no subtitles.
10:20 am French News - News via satellite from FT2 Paris, in French, no subtitles.
11:00 am Hindi News - News via satellite from NDTV India, in Hindi, no subtitles.
11:30 am Arabic News - News via satellite from DRTV Dubai, in Arabic, no subtitles.
12:00 pm Russian News - News via satellite from NTV Moscow, in Russian, no subtitles.
12:30 pm Turkish News - News via satellite from TRT Turkey, in Turkish, no subtitles.
1:00 pm Film: Mataharis - Three Spanish women are all entering different stages in their lives that prove to be turning points. While trying to cope with their workload at a detective agency, and with their personal schedules, they find themselves investigating their own lives, as well as their clients'. Nominated for five Goya Awards in 2008. Directed by Icíar Bollaín and stars Najwa Nimri, Tristán Ulloa and María Vázquez. (From Spain, in Spanish) (Drama) (2007) (Rpt) PG
2:40 pm How Can It Be? - A young married couple with a small son live in Brooklyn. The wife makes a difficult decision to follow her heart and leave the marriage. (From the US) (Short) (Rpt) PG
Monday October 8th, 2012

3:00 pm Letters and Numbers - Two contestants pit their linguistic and numerical skills against each other and the clock in this entertaining quiz show. Join host Richard Morecroft along with maths whiz Lily Serna and wordsmith David Astle. (Commissioned by SBS) (Entertainment Series) (Rpt) G CC


3:30 pm Al Jazeera News - News via satellite from Al Jazeera Satellite Network, Qatar, in English. CC
4:00 pm The Journal - News via satellite from DW Berlin, in English. CC
4:30 pm FIFA Futbol Mundial - A weekly football magazine show that travels the globe to bring you the stars of today, the talents of tomorrow and the heroes of the past. (From the UK) (Sport) CC
5:00 pm The Crew - Showcases the talents of young Australian video producers as they explore pressing youth issues. (From Australia) (Education) G CC
5:30 pm Global Village: Visions of France: Riviera - An aerial view of the Riviera, playground of the rich and famous, as we travel to Monaco, Cannes, Nice, Saint-Tropez and more. Presented by Silvio Rivier. (From the US) (Documentary Series) (Part 1 of 4) (Rpt) G CC
5:45 pm Countdown - The long-running British game show in which two contestants engage in a battle of wits, competing against the clock in a series of challenging word and number puzzles. Presenter Jeff Stelling is assisted by numbers whiz Rachel Riley along with word expert Susie Dent. Each program features a celebrity guest. (From the UK) (Entertainment Series) G CC
6:30 pm World News Australia - Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service. (An SBS Production) CC
7:30 pm Mythbusters - The series that puts urban myths to the test and blows them apart. Watch as pop culture's most baffling urban myths and legends are debunked, decoded and demystified by Mythbusters Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage. (From the US) (Entertainment Series) PG CC

8:30 pm Derren Brown: The Experiments: Assassin - Derren Brown returns with a new four-part series featuring a unique combination of stunts, psychological insight and thought-provoking entertainment. In each episode, Derren attempts to explore the darker side of what makes us tick as human beings. In the first show, he investigates hypnosis and asks if someone could be hypnotised into killing a celebrity. Is this really possible? And which celeb will it be? (From the UK) (Entertainment Series) (Part 1 of 4) *New Series* M (L) CC



Monday October 8th, 2012

9:30 pm Black Mirror: The National Anthem - A twisted parable for the Twitter age, this satirical three-part series taps into our collective unease about the modern world. The first episode is a political thriller in which fictional Prime Minister Michael Callow faces a huge and shocking dilemma when Princess Susannah, a much-loved member of the Royal Family, is kidnapped. The sole ransom demand is for the Prime Minister to commit an unspeakable act live on television. Stars Rory Kinnear, Lindsay Duncan and Lydia Wilson. (From the UK) (Drama Series) (Part 1 of 3) *New Series* MA (A,S) CC


10:30 pm World News Australia - Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service. (An SBS Production) CC
11:00 pm The World Game - The World Game panel offers expert analysis and local perspective on all things football, plus all the latest news and match results. Join Les Murray, Craig Foster, David Zdrilic, David Basheer, Mariana Rudan and special guests for the final word on the world's most popular sport. (An SBS Sport Production) (Rpt)
12:00 am SOS: Nice Shootin’ Cowboy - A contemporary Western about desperate buyers, desperate sellers, and an unthinkable deal. (From Australia); The Kiss - Returning home through the scrub after a night out, two teenage girls seek respite from the stifling heat in an isolated fire-water tank. Once inside the tank the intimate mood takes a dangerous turn when they discover they are trapped with no way out. Winner, Dendy Award for Best Short Film - Sydney Film Festival 2010. (From Australia) (Rpt) M; Chicken of God - On a drought-ravaged vineyard, Yirri is about to kill his last chicken. He’s stopped by his wife, Teresa, who claims the chicken’s comb resembles the face of Jesus. (From Australia) (Rpt) G; Hawker - The loneliness, stress and rejection in a travelling salesman's work is mirrored in his family life. (From Australia) (Rpt) G

1:05 am Living Black - Indigenous stories that matter to all Australians, hosted by Karla Grant. (An SBS Production) (Rpt) CC


1:35 am Pizza World Record - Pauly, Habib and Kev the Kiwi circumnavigate the globe to break the Guinness World Record for the furthest pizza delivery. Over six episodes we see them travel to Bangkok, Rio, Paris, Amsterdam and many other places before delivering the pizza right back where they started - Australia! Stars Paul Fenech, Tahir Bilgic and Kevin Taumata. (Commissioned by SBS) (Comedy Series) (Rpt) MA (D,A,S) CC
2:05 am Wilfred: Dog of a Town (Part 2) - Adam and Sarah have taken Wilfred to Nambour, Queensland, so that Adam can ask Sarah's dad for her hand in marriage. Thing is, Sarah's folks are nudists. They are also proud owners of Wilfred's disapproving dad, Arthur. Stars Adam Zwar, Cindy Waddingham and Jason Gann. (Commissioned by SBS) (Comedy Series) (Rpt) MA (N,L) CC
Monday October 8th, 2012

2:35 am Weatherwatch Overnight - A continuously updated weather report, bringing viewers the latest weather conditions from around Australia, and featuring a selection of quality music.



Tuesday October 9th, 2012

5:00 am Weatherwatch and Music - A continuously updated weather report, bringing viewers the latest weather conditions from around Australia, and featuring a selection of quality music.


5:05 am Korean News - News via satellite from YTN Korea, in Korean, no subtitles.
5:40 am Japanese News - News via satellite from NHK Tokyo in Japanese, no subtitles.
6:15 am Hong Kong News - News via satellite from TVB Hong Kong, in Cantonese, no subtitles.
6:35 am Chinese News - News via satellite from CCTV Beijing, in Mandarin, no subtitles.
7:05 am German News - News via satellite from DW Berlin, in German, no subtitles.
7:35 am Italian News - News via satellite from RAI Rome in Italian, no subtitles.
8:05 am Filipino News - News via satellite from ABS-CBN Manila, in Tagalog, no subtitles.
8:40 am Spanish News - News via satellite from RTVE Madrid, in Spanish, no subtitles.
9:30 am Greek News - News via satellite from ERT Athens, in Greek, no subtitles.
10:20 am French News - News via satellite from FT2 Paris, in French, no subtitles.
11:00 am Hindi News - News via satellite from NDTV India, in Hindi, no subtitles.
11:30 am Arabic News - News via satellite from DRTV Dubai, in Arabic, no subtitles.
12:00 pm Russian News - News via satellite from NTV Moscow, in Russian, no subtitles.
12:30 pm Turkish News - News via satellite from TRT Turkey, in Turkish, no subtitles.
1:00 pm Film: Look for a Star - Inspired by the relationship between casino tycoon Stanley Ho and his fourth wife, Angela Leong, this romantic comedy stars Andy Lau as a billionaire, who falls in love with a feisty casino dealer played by Shu Qi. Nominated for two 2010 Hong Kong Film Awards. Directed by Andrew Lau Wai-Keung, and also stars Denise Ho and Zhang Hanyu. (From Hong Kong, in Cantonese and Mandarin) (Romance) (2009) (Rpt) PG
3:00 pm Letters and Numbers - Two contestants pit their linguistic and numerical skills against each other and the clock in this entertaining quiz show. Join host Richard Morecroft along with maths whiz Lily Serna and wordsmith David Astle. (Commissioned by SBS) (Entertainment Series) (Rpt) G CC
Tuesday October 9th, 2012

3:30 pm Al Jazeera News - News via satellite from Al Jazeera Satellite Network, Qatar, in English. CC


4:00 pm The Journal - News via satellite from DW Berlin, in English. CC
4:30 pm PBS Newshour - Reviews and analysis of the day's news presented by Jim Lehrer for the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) in the United States. CC
5:30 pm Global Village: Visions of France: Riviera - An aerial view of the Riviera, playground of the rich and famous, as we travel to Monaco, Cannes, Nice, Saint-Tropez and more. Presented by Silvio Rivier. (From the US) (Documentary Series) (Part 2 of 4) (Rpt) G CC
5:45 pm Countdown - The long-running British game show in which two contestants engage in a battle of wits, competing against the clock in a series of challenging word and number puzzles. Presenter Jeff Stelling is assisted by numbers whiz Rachel Riley along with word expert Susie Dent. Each program features a celebrity guest. (From the UK) (Entertainment Series) G CC
6:30 pm World News Australia - Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service. (An SBS Production) CC
7:30 pm Who Do You Think You Are?: Richard Madeley - Former daytime television presenter Richard Madeley decides to find out more about his family roots, and in particular the Canadian side of his family. He traces his extraordinary lineage back to the earliest Canadian and, to his surprise, American pioneers. The trail leads Richard back seven generations to the first settlers of the then wild and largely uninhabited province of Nova Scotia. As he pushes back further, Richard discovers that the trail leads to America, to a war between New England colonists and local Native Americans. (From the UK) (Documentary Series) PG CC
8:30 pm Insight - Australian current affairs forum, with lively debate and powerful first-person stories. Hosted by award-winning journalist Jenny Brockie. (An SBS Production) CC
9:30 pm Dateline - International current affairs show hosted by Mark Davis and Yalda Hakim. Dateline's team of video journalists travel the globe to provide an intimate view of the world's biggest stories. (An SBS Production) CC
10:30 pm World News Australia - Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service. (An SBS Production) CC
Tuesday October 9th, 2012

11:05 pm Film: In Mum’s Head - Lulu is 15 years old, living in the French countryside with her parents. Her mother has been depressed and sickly as far back as she can remember, and Lulu is determined to discover the truth behind her enduring listlessness. One day she finds a reel of film of her mother blissfully happy with another man, Jacques. So Lulu sets out to find her mother's ex-lover to make her happy again. Directed by Carine Tardieu and stars Karin Viard, Chloé Coulloud and Kad Merad. (From France, in French) (Drama) (2007) (Rpt) M (D,L,N,S)


12:50 am Skins: Freddie - Freddie and Effy are enjoying their time together and carrying on their hedonistic ways with no thought of tomorrow. His family and friends never see him, and at College, he's been threatened with expulsion if he doesn't get his work in - and the pressure's on to fix things. Stars Luke Pasqualino, Kaya Scodelario and Kathryn Prescott. (From the UK) (Drama Series) (Rpt) MA (A,D,L) CC
1:45 am Skins: JJ - JJ is in love. Lara Lloyd is sweet perfection and he's smitten. But JJ thinks she's way out of his league and lacks the courage to ask her out. Thomas tells him he should make a move, and if he doesn't, he will. Stars Ollie Barbieri, Georgia Henshaw and Merveille Lukeba. (From the UK) (Drama Series) (Rpt) MA (L) CC
2:45 am Weatherwatch Overnight - A continuously updated weather report, bringing viewers the latest weather conditions from around Australia, and featuring a selection of quality music.

Wednesday October 10th, 2012

5:00 am Weatherwatch and Music - A continuously updated weather report, bringing viewers the latest weather conditions from around Australia, and featuring a selection of quality music.


5:05 am Korean News - News via satellite from YTN Korea, in Korean, no subtitles.
5:40 am Japanese News - News via satellite from NHK Tokyo in Japanese, no subtitles.
6:15 am Hong Kong News - News via satellite from TVB Hong Kong, in Cantonese, no subtitles.
6:35 am Chinese News - News via satellite from CCTV Beijing, in Mandarin, no subtitles.
7:05 am German News - News via satellite from DW Berlin, in German, no subtitles.
7:35 am Italian News - News via satellite from RAI Rome in Italian, no subtitles.
8:05 am Filipino News - News via satellite from ABS-CBN Manila, in Tagalog, no subtitles.
8:40 am Spanish News - News via satellite from RTVE Madrid, in Spanish, no subtitles.
9:30 am Greek News - News via satellite from ERT Athens, in Greek, no subtitles.
10:20 am French News - News via satellite from FT2 Paris, in French, no subtitles.
11:00 am Hindi News - News via satellite from NDTV India, in Hindi, no subtitles.
11:30 am Arabic News - News via satellite from DRTV Dubai, in Arabic, no subtitles.
12:00 pm Russian News - News via satellite from NTV Moscow, in Russian, no subtitles.
12:30 pm Turkish News - News via satellite from TRT Turkey, in Turkish, no subtitles.
1:00 pm Insight - Australian current affairs forum, with lively debate and powerful first-person stories. Hosted by award-winning journalist Jenny Brockie. (An SBS Production) (Rpt) CC
2:00 pm Dateline - International current affairs show hosted by Mark Davis and Yalda Hakim. Dateline's team of video journalists travel the globe to provide an intimate view of the world's biggest stories. (An SBS Production) (Rpt) CC
3:00 pm Letters and Numbers - Two contestants pit their linguistic and numerical skills against each other and the clock in this entertaining quiz show. Join host Richard Morecroft along with maths whiz Lily Serna and wordsmith David Astle. (Commissioned by SBS) (Entertainment Series) (Rpt) G CC
Wednesday October 10th, 2012

3:30 pm Al Jazeera News - News via satellite from Al Jazeera Satellite Network, Qatar, in English. CC


4:00 pm The Journal - News via satellite from DW Berlin, in English. CC
4:30 pm PBS Newshour - Reviews and analysis of the day's news presented by Jim Lehrer for the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) in the United States. CC
5:30 pm Global Village: Visions of France: Riviera - An aerial view of the Riviera, playground of the rich and famous, as we travel to Monaco, Cannes, Nice, Saint-Tropez and more. Presented by Silvio Rivier. (From the US) (Documentary Series) (Part 3 of 4) (Rpt) G CC
5:45 pm Countdown - The long-running British game show in which two contestants engage in a battle of wits, competing against the clock in a series of challenging word and number puzzles. Presenter Jeff Stelling is assisted by numbers whiz Rachel Riley along with word expert Susie Dent. Each program features a celebrity guest. (From the UK) (Entertainment Series) G CC
6:30 pm World News Australia - Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service. (An SBS Production) CC
7:30 pm Survivors: Nature’s Indestructible Creatures: Frozen in Time - Professor Richard Fortey travels across the globe to find the survivors of mass extinction events. In the final episode, Richard looks at the Ice Age. 2.8 million years ago the world began to cool. Within a few thousand years much of the planet was shrouded in a dense cloak of ice that would come and go until only 10,000 years ago. We call this age of ice - the Pleistocene Age - and it transformed the hierarchy of nature. This is the story of how a few specialist species that evolved to live in the biting cold survived into the present day. (From the UK) (Documentary Series) (Final) G CC
8:30 pm Living with the Amish - This episode is all about hard work, and another great Amish tradition: barn raising. But there's a gender divide, and one sex are set to enjoy it a lot more than the other. While the boys, Jordan, George and James, learn the joy of physical labour, the girls, Charlotte, Siana and Hannah, experience a woman's life, Amish-style. Since arriving in America 300 years ago, hard work has been central to the Amish way of life. Even the young must work, and Amish children leave education at 14 to contribute to the household by earning a wage. (From the UK) (Documentary Series) (Part 2 of 6) (Class tbc) CC
Wednesday October 10th, 2012

9:30 pm Barack Obama: Great Expectations - Leading French filmmaker William Karel analyses the first Presidential term of Barack Obama. Since taking office, Obama has had to confront an economic crisis as well as an opposition determined to discredit him and destroy his agenda. The President has been forced to adapt his governing style, and to rein in his ambitions for change. The film goes behind the scenes of those political battles with interviews with Obama’s main advisors and leading political analysts led by James Traub, political journalist for the New York Times Magazine. (From France, in English) (Documentary Series) (Part 1 of 2) M CC


10:30 pm World News Australia - Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service. (An SBS Production) CC
11:00 pm Film: Go For Zucker! - Jacky Zuckermann feels that he has lost out since the political changes in Germany after 1989. When his mother dies, he must face his brother whom he has not talked to for years, since the Berlin Wall went up and separated the family. His brother has thrived financially in Frankfurt under capitalism, while Jacky's career has all but vanished and he relies on gambling to get by. Winner of six German Film Awards in 2005, including Best Film. Directed by Dani Levy and stars Henry Hübchen, Udo Samel and Hannelore Elsner. (From Germany, in German) (Comedy) (2005) (Rpt) M (S)
12:40 am Iron Chef: Lamb - Join Takeshi Kaga and his Iron Chefs in this cult cook-off series. In each episode, one of the Iron Chefs is challenged by a guest chef and their skills are put to the test. Tonight's challenger is French chef and food judge, Michel Husser. (From Japan, English narration) (Food Series) (Rpt) G CC
1:30 am Iron Chef: Piglet - Join Takeshi Kaga and his Iron Chefs in this cult cook-off series. In each episode, one of the Iron Chefs is challenged by a guest chef and their skills are put to the test. Tonight's challenger is Italian chef, Spano Stelvio, the chef of Santa Lucia in Osaka. (From Japan, English narration) (Food Series) (Rpt) G CC
2:20 am Weatherwatch Overnight - A continuously updated weather report, bringing viewers the latest weather conditions from around Australia, and featuring a selection of quality music.

Thursday October 11th, 2012

5:00 am Weatherwatch and Music - A continuously updated weather report, bringing viewers the latest weather conditions from around Australia, and featuring a selection of quality music.


5:05 am Korean News - News via satellite from YTN Korea, in Korean, no subtitles.
5:40 am Japanese News - News via satellite from NHK Tokyo in Japanese, no subtitles.
6:15 am Hong Kong News - News via satellite from TVB Hong Kong, in Cantonese, no subtitles.
6:35 am Chinese News - News via satellite from CCTV Beijing, in Mandarin, no subtitles.
7:05 am German News - News via satellite from DW Berlin, in German, no subtitles.
7:35 am Italian News - News via satellite from RAI Rome in Italian, no subtitles.
8:05 am Filipino News - News via satellite from ABS-CBN Manila, in Tagalog, no subtitles.
8:40 am Spanish News - News via satellite from RTVE Madrid, in Spanish, no subtitles.
9:30 am Greek News - News via satellite from ERT Athens, in Greek, no subtitles.
10:20 am French News - News via satellite from FT2 Paris, in French, no subtitles.
11:00 am Hindi News - News via satellite from NDTV India, in Hindi, no subtitles.
11:30 am Arabic News - News via satellite from DRTV Dubai, in Arabic, no subtitles.
12:00 pm Russian News - News via satellite from NTV Moscow, in Russian, no subtitles.
12:30 pm Turkish News - News via satellite from TRT Turkey, in Turkish, no subtitles.
1:00 pm The Food Lovers’ Guide to Australia - Maeve O'Meara and Joanna Savill continue to explore the best food and produce around. In this episode: the Overlander Steak House in Alice Springs; handmade Indian sweets; Mindil Beach sunset market; Ukrainian beetroot and horseradish relish; and Pho Vietnamese noodle soup. (An SBS Production) (Food Series) (Rpt) G

1:30 pm William Shatner’s Weird or What?: Medical Mysteries - William Shatner investigates three incredible stories where the human body reaches beyond the limits of modern medicine: a woman and her unborn baby survive a parachute accident; a man is incinerated as he lies in his bed with no explanation; and a schoolgirl seems to have electrical powers. (From the UK) (Entertainment Series) (Rpt) PG CC


Thursday October 11th, 2012

2:25 pm Murdoch: Breaking the Spell? - For decades, one man has wielded extraordinary power over the country's media, politicians and even police officers. Now, after the revelations of the phone hacking scandal, Rupert Murdoch, and his company News International, stand accused of corrupting British life. This program tells the inside story of how the media giant's influence was dramatically challenged. (From the UK) (Documentary) (Rpt) PG CC


3:00 pm Letters and Numbers - Two contestants pit their linguistic and numerical skills against each other and the clock in this entertaining quiz show. Join host Richard Morecroft along with maths whiz Lily Serna and wordsmith David Astle. (Commissioned by SBS) (Entertainment Series) (Rpt) G CC
3:30 pm Al Jazeera News - News via satellite from Al Jazeera Satellite Network, Qatar, in English. CC
4:00 pm The Journal - News via satellite from DW Berlin, in English. CC
4:30 pm PBS Newshour - Reviews and analysis of the day's news presented by Jim Lehrer for the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) in the United States. CC
5:30 pm Global Village: Visions of France: Riviera - An aerial view of the Riviera, playground of the rich and famous, as we travel to Monaco, Cannes, Nice, Saint-Tropez and more. Presented by Silvio Rivier. (From the US) (Documentary Series) (Part 4 of 4) (Rpt) G CC
5:45 pm Countdown - The long-running British game show in which two contestants engage in a battle of wits, competing against the clock in a series of challenging word and number puzzles. Presenter Jeff Stelling is assisted by numbers whiz Rachel Riley along with word expert Susie Dent. Each program features a celebrity guest. (From the UK) (Entertainment Series) G CC
6:30 pm World News Australia 2012 - Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service. (An SBS Production) CC
7:30 pm Gourmet Farmer: Bread - After nearly a year on the farm, Matthew now grows and makes most of what he needs - except for bread. He has sourced Tasmanian milled flour and locally grown olive oil and catches up with an artisan sourdough breadmaker for tips. On an outdoor wood fire, they test making bread using local flour and imported flour. Matthew also discovers that Tasmanian flour is low in gluten, and better for making cakes. (Commissioned by SBS) (Food Series) (Rpt) G CC
Thursday October 11th, 2012

8:00 pm Destination Flavour - Hosts Adam Liaw, Renee Lim and Lily Serna meet passionate growers, celebrated chefs and local food heroes from all over the Australia. This week Lily tracks down the best food in Queensland’s Darling Downs, from organic olives to Boer goats; Adam pairs a magnificent duck dish with a classic Tasmanian pinot, and Renee finds Australia’s best butter in Sydney. (Commissioned by SBS) (Food Series) G CC

8:30 pm Two Greedy Italians ...Still Hungry: Liguria - Chefs Antonio Carluccio and Gennaro Contaldo explore how Italy's social history has created a culture of admiration for superficial accoutrements in the showbiz port of Portofino. They discover that the grandeur of the Hotel Splendido leaves them feeling empty and embark on a journey to the mountain tops and back to try and rediscover the heart and soul of real Italian bella figura through food and the people who produce it. (From the UK, in English and Italian) (Food Series) (Part 2 of 4) G CC
9:35 pm One Born Every Minute - The first episode of the third series features two expectant fathers who desperately want to see their babies being born. Soldier Shaun is about to start a six month tour of duty in Afghanistan. His daughter is due any day now but Shaun only has 48 hours before having to return to the Army. Meanwhile, 18-year-old Beth and her husband Kurt have been together for two years. Kurt is determined to put his ‘bad lad’ ways to one side and wants to set a shining example for his son - and that includes being there when he’s born. (From the UK) (Documentary Series) *Series Return* M (A,L) CC

10:30 pm World News Australia - Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service. (An SBS Production) CC


11:00 pm Happy Hookers - Is prostitution becoming an acceptable career choice? Journalist Alex Bedford wants to find out. Alex meets a variety of twenty-something women at the forefront of an emerging shift in the sex industry - young, trendy women in London who are turning to high-end escorting to finance their expensive taste for lavish goods. (From the UK) (Documentary) (Rpt) M (A,N,L) CC
11:55 pm Film: Dear Wendy - Set in a poverty-stricken mining town in America's south-east, a group of pacifist youths form a secret gun club called 'The Dandies'. A witty and elaborate examination of American gun culture. Winner of the Silver St George for Best Director at the 2005 Moscow International Film Festival. Directed by Thomas Vinterberg and stars Jamie Bell, Bill Pullman and Michael Angarano. (From Denmark, in English) (Drama) (2005) (Rpt) MA (V,L,A)
1:45 am Weatherwatch Overnight - A continuously updated weather report, bringing viewers the latest weather conditions from around Australia, and featuring a selection of quality music.

Friday October 12th, 2012

5:00 am Weatherwatch and Music - A continuously updated weather report, bringing viewers the latest weather conditions from around Australia, and featuring a selection of quality music.


5:05 am Korean News - News via satellite from YTN Korea, in Korean, no subtitles.
5:40 am Japanese News - News via satellite from NHK Tokyo in Japanese, no subtitles.
6:15 am Hong Kong News - News via satellite from TVB Hong Kong, in Cantonese, no subtitles.
6:35 am Chinese News - News via satellite from CCTV Beijing, in Mandarin, no subtitles.
7:05 am German News - News via satellite from DW Berlin, in German, no subtitles.
7:35 am Italian News - News via satellite from RAI Rome in Italian, no subtitles.
8:05 am Filipino News - News via satellite from ABS-CBN Manila, in Tagalog, no subtitles.
8:40 am Spanish News - News via satellite from RTVE Madrid, in Spanish, no subtitles.
9:30 am Greek News - News via satellite from ERT Athens, in Greek, no subtitles.
10:20 am French News - News via satellite from FT2 Paris, in French, no subtitles.
11:00 am Hindi News - News via satellite from NDTV India, in Hindi, no subtitles.
11:30 am Arabic News - News via satellite from DRTV Dubai, in Arabic, no subtitles.
12:00 pm World News Australia: 2012 U.S. Presidential Election: Vice-Presidential Debate - The debate involving the vice-presidential nominees, Vice President Joe Biden and Representative Paul Ryan. From the Norton Center for the Arts, Centre College, Danville, Kentucky. (An SBS Production)

1:30 pm Russian News - News via satellite from NTV Moscow, in Russian, no subtitles.


2:00 pm Turkish News - News via satellite from TRT Turkey, in Turkish, no subtitles.
2:30 pm Living Black - Indigenous stories that matter to all Australians, hosted by Karla Grant. (An SBS Production) (Rpt) CC
3:00 pm Letters and Numbers - Two contestants pit their linguistic and numerical skills against each other and the clock in this entertaining quiz show. Join host Richard Morecroft along with maths whiz Lily Serna and wordsmith David Astle. (Commissioned by SBS) (Entertainment Series) (Rpt) G CC
Friday October 12th, 2012

3:30 pm Al Jazeera News - News via satellite from Al Jazeera Satellite Network, Qatar, in English. CC


4:00 pm The Journal - News via satellite from DW Berlin, in English. CC
4:30 pm PBS Newshour - Reviews and analysis of the day's news presented by Jim Lehrer for the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) in the United States. CC
5:30 pm Global Village: Express Weddings - In increasing numbers, single men from Korea and Taiwan are visiting Vietnam in search of brides. Presented by Silvio Rivier. (From France, in French) (Documentary Series) (Rpt) G CC
5:45 pm Countdown - The long-running British game show in which two contestants engage in a battle of wits, competing against the clock in a series of challenging word and number puzzles. Presenter Jeff Stelling is assisted by numbers whiz Rachel Riley along with word expert Susie Dent. Each program features a celebrity guest. (From the UK) (Entertainment Series) G CC
6:30 pm World News Australia - Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service. (An SBS Production) CC
7:30 pm Coast: Heart of the British Isles: A Grand Tour - Tonight, the Coast team take a tour of the Irish Sea, visiting every country in the British Isles. Neil Oliver learns about the inventions that were born on the Isle of Man, including the world’s largest water wheel. Alice Roberts receives tips for surviving quicksand in Morecambe Bay, and Nick Crane discovers why Anglesey is the site of some of Britain’s biggest earthquakes. (From the UK) (Documentary Series) (Rpt) G CC
8:30 pm Jerusalem: The Making of a Holy City: Judgement Day - Author and historian Simon Sebag Montefiore presents a fascinating series on the city of Jerusalem. In the final episode, Simon explores how this unique city rose from a crumbling ruin after the Crusades to be rebuilt as a world centre of Islamic pilgrimage. He also explains how Jerusalem became the object of rivalry between the Christian nations of Europe, the focus of the longing of Jews from all over the world and, ultimately, the site of one of the world's most intractable conflicts. (From the UK) (Documentary Series) (Final) PG CC
9:30 pm As It Happened: The Man Who Saved the World - In October 1962, the world held its breath. On the edge of the Caribbean Sea, just a few miles from the Florida coast, the two great superpowers were at a stand-off. Destruction seemed inevitable. After a tense few months of posturing and careful negotiation, the Cuban Missile Crisis was averted; the US and USSR went their separate ways. But fifty years later, this program reveals the shocking drama that took place underwater on board Soviet submarine B-59, which brought us so much closer to World War Three than anybody realised. (From the UK) (Documentary) (Class tbc) CC

Friday October 12th, 2012

10:30 pm World News Australia - Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service. (An SBS Production) CC


11:05 pm Film: The Spectator - Casual voyeurism grows into an obsession in this low-key thriller from Italy. Valeria works as an interpreter in Turin and shares an apartment with a friend. One of Valeria's windows looks into the flat of a neighbour, Massimo, and she finds herself watching him as he goes about his daily business. Her curiosity begins to evolve into something deeper, and when Massimo moves to Rome, Valeria feels compelled to follow him. Directed by Paulo Franchi and stars Barbora Bobulova, Andrea Renzi and Brigette Catillon. (From Italy, in Italian) (Drama) (2004) (Rpt) MA (S,A,N)
12:50 am Film: Kurt Wallander: Mastermind - Kurt and his men try to find the connection between a murder that’s taken place in Ystad and the kidnapping of the daughter of a police officer. It seems an outsider has infiltrated the police and is controlling every move they make. Directed by Peter Flinth and stars Krister Henriksson, Johanna Sallstrom and Ola Rapace. (From Sweden, in Swedish) (Crime) (2005) (Rpt) M (L,V)
2:40 am Weatherwatch Overnight - A continuously updated weather report, bringing viewers the latest weather conditions from around Australia, and featuring a selection of quality music.

Saturday October 13th, 2012

5:00 am Weatherwatch and Music - A continuously updated weather report, bringing viewers the latest weather conditions from around Australia, and featuring a selection of quality music.


5:05 am Korean News - News via satellite from YTN Korea, in Korean, no subtitles.
5:40 am Japanese News - News via satellite from NHK Tokyo in Japanese, no subtitles.
6:15 am Hong Kong News - News via satellite from TVB Hong Kong, in Cantonese, no subtitles.
6:35 am Chinese News - News via satellite from CCTV Beijing, in Mandarin, no subtitles.
7:05 am German News - News via satellite from DW Berlin, in German, no subtitles.
7:35 am Italian News - News via satellite from RAI Rome in Italian, no subtitles.
8:05 am Filipino News - News via satellite from ABS-CBN Manila, in Tagalog, no subtitles.
8:40 am Spanish News - News via satellite from RTVE Madrid, in Spanish, no subtitles.
9:30 am Greek News - News via satellite from ERT Athens, in Greek, no subtitles.
10:20 am French News - News via satellite from FT2 Paris, in French, no subtitles.
11:00 am Hindi News - News via satellite from NDTV India, in Hindi, no subtitles.
11:30 am Arabic News - News via satellite from DRTV Dubai, in Arabic, no subtitles.
12:00 pm Russian News - News via satellite from NTV Moscow, in Russian, no subtitles.
12:30 pm Turkish News - News via satellite from TRT Turkey, in Turkish, no subtitles.
1:00 pm The Making of the Lost Town of Świteź - A look at the making of the short animated film, Lost Town of Świteź. Polish animator Kamil Polak uses traditionally painted panels, canvases and cut-outs to create three dimensional effects. He then digitises them and manipulates the images into seamless, sumptuously animated sequences. The effect is extraordinary. (From Poland, in Polish) (Masterpiece) (Documentary) (Class tbc)
1:40 pm Lost Town of Świteź - This animated film is based on the 19th-century epic poem by Poland’s greatest writer, Adam Mickiewicz, about a ghostly town deluged after a bloody massacre in medieval times, which now lies at the bottom of a lake. Polish animator Kamil Polak imports oil paintings into digital 3D combined with both computer generated animation and visual special effects to create a mesmerising aesthetic experience, set to a full choral and orchestral score. (From the UK, no dialogue) (Masterpiece) (Arts) PG
Saturday October 13th, 2012

2:00 pm Spare Change - The story of Astral Pan, a panhandler who takes us from the wintry streets of Montreal to hell and back and up to the gates of heaven, where there's a meeting with St Peter. (From Canada) (Masterpiece) (Animation) (Rpt) PG


2:10 pm Sex and Sensibility: Paris - Correspondent Stephen Smith explores the various manifestations of the Parisian Art Nouveau movement amid its brief explosion from the 1890s through to the First World War. Excessively ornate, but also shockingly modern and sensual for the period, the artists who pioneered the movement include Lalique, Beardsley, Klimt and Schiele, who are profiled alongside some of the architectural and decorative wonders still prominent in European cities. (From the UK) (Masterpiece) (Documentary Series) (Part 1 of 3) (Class tbc)
3:20 pm The Impressionists: Final Flourish - The final episode takes a closer look at the late years of Impressionism, using the last show these artists did together as a starting point. Waldemar looks at the work of Georges Seurat and the artists that influenced him, such as Piero della Francesca and Puvis de Chavannes. Van Gogh's time in Paris, a period very little is known about, is also covered, while the series finishes with a revisiting of Monet and his later waterlily paintings in the Orangerie in Paris. (From the UK) (Masterpiece) (Documentary Series) (Final) G

4:30 pm PBS Newshour - Reviews and analysis of the day's news presented by Jim Lehrer for the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) in the United States. CC


5:35 pm Rex in Rome: A Promise From the Past - Twenty years after fleeing to Brazil, following his involvement in a robbery, a mobster sends his son to Italy to get important documents from a safe deposit box. Soon after the young man collects the documents he is killed. Inspector Davide Rivera and his team are called in to investigate the murder. Stars Ettore Bassi. (From Italy, in Italian) (Drama Series) (Rpt) PG
6:30 pm World News Australia - Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service. (An SBS Production) CC
7:30 pm Rebuilding the Past: St Fagans - Presented by Dan Cruickshank and Charlie Luxton, this series brings back to life some of Britain's most historic buildings which no longer exist. A mysterious medieval building on the quayside at Haverfordwest was dismantled 30 years ago by a team of young apprentices. Charlie helps those same men reconstruct the seemingly fortified vaulted house at the Welsh National History Museum. Dan sets out to discover what the building actually was and uncovers stories of wealthy merchants, pirates and the English invasion of South Wales. (From the UK) (Documentary Series) (Final) G CC
Saturday October 13th, 2012

8:30 pm Prohibition: Murder and Mayhem - Director Ken Burns tells the story of the rise, rule, and fall of the 18th Amendment to the US Constitution and the entire era it encompassed. In the early 1920s, while some Americans attempt to honour the Prohibition law, millions more chafe at its unintended consequences. Savvy gangsters make unprecedented profits in the beer trade, resulting in violent territorial grabs for power in cities like Chicago and Detroit. A polarising cultural difference divides America in two: the mostly 'wet', diverse cities and the 'dry' Protestant countryside. (From the US) (Documentary Series) (Part 3 of 5) PG CC



9:30 pm Boardwalk Empire: Nights in Ballygran - Margaret asks Nucky to shut down a bootlegging operation - but when he fails to take her complaint seriously, she angrily decides to take matters into her own hands. In Chicago, Jimmy tries to help Pearl recover from her attack, but finds Torrio wants to kick her out of the Four Deuces. Meanwhile, Eli is desperate to impress the guests at a prestigious St Patrick's Day dinner, and Rothstein becomes infuriated by press speculation. Stars Steve Buscemi, Michael Pitt and Kelly Macdonald. (From the US) (Drama Series) M (A,S,D,L) CC Painting the PeopleInvasion
10:30 pm Boardwalk Empire: Family Limitation - Nucky's weekly takings are stolen in a mugging on the Boardwalk - and the finger of suspicion points firmly at Luciano. In Chicago, Jimmy sees a different side of Al Capone when he joins his family for dinner, before the pair try to broker an agreement between Torrio and Sheridan. Meanwhile, Van Alden gets a surprise visit from his boss, and Margaret and Lucy have a vicious argument at the lingerie store. Stars Steve Buscemi, Michael Pitt and Stephen Graham. (From the US) (Drama Series) MAV (V,S,N) Painting the PeopleInvasion
11:35 pm Film: A Million - This gripping South Korean thriller takes the Australian Outback as its setting for a deadly game of cat-and-mouse. Eight strangers are led to believe that they have been selected for a Survivor-style television reality show to compete for a million-dollar prize. However, as eliminated contestants start turning up dead, they realise the game has life-or-death consequences. Directed by Cho Min-ho and stars Park Hae-il, Shin Min-a, Park Hee-soon. (From South Korea, in Korean) (Thriller) (2009) (Rpt) M (A,V,L)
1:40 am Skeletons in the Closet - This documentary looks at the culture of Japanese horror, which has a history of over 1000 years. The Japanese have always recognised the presence of the dead as an integral part of their daily lives. In the program, Japanese filmmakers, Hollywood producers and scholars talk about the traditions of horror in Japanese writing from the past, which often featured demons, hell, vengeful spirits and other supernatural entities. (From the US, in English and Japanese) (Documentary) (Rpt) M (H,V)
3:20 am Weatherwatch Overnight - A continuously updated weather report, bringing viewers the latest weather conditions from around Australia, and featuring a selection of quality music.






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