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Program Guide


Week 41

Sunday October 6th, 2013
5:00 am Korean News - News via satellite from YTN Korea, in Korean, no subtitles.
5:35 am Japanese News - News via satellite from NHK Tokyo in Japanese, no subtitles.
6:10 am Hong Kong News - News via satellite from TVB Hong Kong, in Cantonese, no subtitles.
6:30 am Chinese News - News via satellite from CCTV Beijing, in Mandarin, no subtitles.
7:00 am Hindi News - News via satellite from NDTV India, in Hindi, no subtitles.
7:25 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 French News - News via satellite from FT2 Paris, in French, no subtitles.
9:30 am Greek News - News via satellite from CyBC Cyprus, in Greek, no subtitles.
10:30 am German News - News via satellite from DW Berlin, in German, no subtitles.
11:00 am Spanish News - News via satellite from RTVE Madrid, in Spanish, no subtitles.
12:00 pm Arabic News - News via satellite from DRTV Dubai, in Arabic, no subtitles.
12:30 pm Turkish News - News via satellite from TRT Turkey, in Turkish, no subtitles.
1:00 pm Al Jazeera News - News via satellite from Al Jazeera Satellite Network, Qatar, in English. CC
1:30 pm Living Black Dalai Lama Special - Living Black host Karla Grant sits down with His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, in Darwin to discuss the plight of the Tibetan people and the similarities they share with Indigenous Australians. Karla delves into issues of colonisation, dispossession, loss of language and culture, and asks what advice the Dalai Lama would offer Indigenous people in Australia moving forward to a more positive future. (An SBS Production) (Rpt) CC
2:00 pm Speedweek - A comprehensive motor sports program for speed enthusiasts. (Motor Sport) CC
Sunday October 6th, 2013
4:00 pm 2013 Superbike World Championship - Returning to Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, the FIM Superbike World Championship will be host to two nail-biting races. (Sport)
4:30 pm UEFA Champions League Magazine - A look at the UEFA Champions League with player and coach interviews, club profiles, match reviews and previews as well as classic UEFA Champions League action. (Sport) (From Switzerland)
5:00 pm ADbc - This history-based quiz program features two teams of two contestants - an academic and a comedian - working together in an attempt to win the game. Can the historian be funny? Will the comedian know anything about history? Find out in this mix of fact and fun. Hosted by Sam Pang. (Commissioned by SBS) (Entertainment Series) (Rpt) PG CC
5:30 pm Mythbusters - Arrow Machine Gun - Adam and Jamie test the myth that the Greeks created an arrow machine gun that offered the speed, distance and precision that modern machine guns do. Meanwhile, Kari, Grant and Tory check whether driving while tired is more dangerous than driving while tipsy. (From the US) (Entertainment Series) PG 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 Lost Kingdoms Of South America - The Stone At The Centre - Deep in the Bolivian Andes at the breathtaking height of 13000ft stands Tiwanaku, the awe inspiring ruins of a monolithic temple city. Built by a civilisation who dominated a vast swathe of South America, it was abandoned 1000 years ago. For centuries it has been a mystery how a civilisation flourished at such an altitude. Dr Cooper finds evidence of an ancient people with amazing understanding of their environment whose religion was based on collective effort and ritual beer drinking - but why they vanished remains a mystery. (From the UK) (Documentary) PG CC
8:30 pm The Observer Effect - What are Australia's mavericks, power-brokers and celebrities really like? In an age where 30 second sound-bites and social media dominate our view of the world, host Ellen Fanning uses the news events of the week as a window into the lives of the people who shape our culture and politics. Ellen goes beyond the headlines to reveal what makes our most popular Australians tick in a format that is both entertaining and informative. (Commissioned by SBS) (Entertainment Series) PG (A) CC
9:30 pm Once Upon A Time In Cabramatta - It’s 1999 and Cabramatta's never had it so bad. Cabramatta train station is awash with junkies and dealers, many just teenagers. The police struggle to keep control. Asians and crime are indelibly linked in the minds of many, and political support for multiculturalism is now a distant memory. The only hope is that the community itself will somehow find its own way to overcome the crisis. Slowly but surely they do. (Commissioned by SBS, in English and Vietnamese) (Documentary Series) (Final) (Rpt) M(A,D) CC
Sunday October 6th, 2013
ALL STATES EXCEPT SA (including NSW, ACT, QLD,

VIC, TAS, NT & WA)
10:35 pm Massive Moves - Huge Homestead - Walter and Tina Eisenlohr are set for a fresh start as their grown up kids start to leave the family home. The family are packing their bags and moving to a secluded block of land, but first they must move their house over icy roads to get it there in one piece. (From the UK) (Factual Entertainment) PG CC
11:00 pm Giro Di Lombardia 2013 – The autumn colours of the Lake Como shoreline provide a beautiful backdrop to the Giro di Lombardia, the finale of the Italian professional cycling season. The 241km race course will include its signature steep climbs and is the last European race on the UCI cycling calendar for 2013. (Sport) **LIVE IN EASTERN STATES ONLY ( NSW, ACT, QLD, VIC & TAS)**
2:15 am Weatherwatch Overnight - A continuously updated weather report, bringing viewers the latest weather conditions from around Australia, and featuring a selection of quality music.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SCHEDULE
10:30 pm Giro Di Lombardia 2013 – The autumn colours of the Lake Como shoreline provide a beautiful backdrop to the Giro di Lombardia, the finale of the Italian professional cycling season. The 241km race course will include its signature steep climbs and is the last European race on the UCI cycling calendar for 2013. (Sport) **LIVE**
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.

Monday October 7th, 2013

**ALL MARKETS REJOIN**

5:00 am Korean News - News via satellite from YTN Korea, in Korean, no subtitles.


5:35 am Japanese News - News via satellite from NHK Tokyo in Japanese, no subtitles.
6:10 am Hong Kong News - News via satellite from TVB Hong Kong, in Cantonese, no subtitles.
6:30 am Chinese News - News via satellite from CCTV Beijing, in Mandarin, no subtitles.
7:00 am Hindi News - News via satellite from NDTV India, in Hindi, no subtitles.
7:25 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 French News - News via satellite from FT2 Paris, in French, no subtitles.
9:30 am Greek News - News via satellite from CyBC Cyprus, in Greek, no subtitles.
10:30 am German News - News via satellite from DW Berlin, in German, no subtitles.
11:00 am Spanish News - News via satellite from RTVE Madrid, in Spanish, no subtitles.
12:00 pm Arabic News - News via satellite from DRTV Dubai, in Arabic, no subtitles.
12:30 pm Turkish News - News via satellite from TRT Turkey, in Turkish, no subtitles.
1:00 pm God In America – This episode the intellectual and cultural conflicts between traditional religious beliefs and the forces of modernity, which reached a crescendo in the 1925 trial of John Scopes, a Tennessee teacher arrested for teaching evolution.
2:00 pm The Ustica Conspiracy - On 27 June 1980, off the Italian island of Ustica, a passenger plane crashed into the sea with the loss of 81 lives. Was it an assassination, an explosion or just a technical fault? The incident became the subject of a controversial inquiry and gave rise to a long list of conspiracy theories that have been rumbling now for three decades - including that it was a concealed assassination attempt on the Libyan leader, Colonel Gaddafi. In the search for the truth, this program delves deep into the Europe of the Cold War. (From Germany, in English, Italian and German) (Documentary) (Rpt) PG CC
3:00 pm France 24 International News - News via satellite from France 24, France, in English. 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
Monday October 7th, 2013
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 Massive Moves - Country Cottage - Teams of engineers and truckers face some daunting challenges as they transport monstrous structures that were never meant to leave their foundations. This episode, a single mum uses her life savings on a cottage that has been in her family for four generations, but is now in danger of being demolished if she can't move it to another location. (From the UK) (Factual Entertainment) G CC
5:30 pm Global Village – GSM in Bamako: Mali is certainly ‘tuned in’ from the point of view of mobile phone technology, and manages the industry with great ingenuity, not just in the capital, Bamako, but in the country, where resources are even more constrained. Fire Ants: Fire ants have become a major pest in Queensland. Not only are they aggressive and possessed of a powerful bite, but they attack electrical systems and do millions of dollars’ worth of damage. The Biosecurity Queensland Control Centre has been set up to eradicate the problem. (From France, in French) (Documentary) G
6:00 pm Tracks And Trails - Dublin - Radio host, John Murray, visits the Phoenix Park in the heart of Dublin and takes in all the interesting areas of the biggest city centre park in Europe. (From the UK) (Documentary) 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 Destination Flavour - Japan Bitesize - Some of your favourite moments from Adam Liaw's new cultural and culinary journey throughout Japan so far. (Commissioned by SBS) (Food) G CC

7:35 pm Storm City – Snow And Ice - This new series takes weather storms to a spectacular new level. Using state of the art technology and science, we witness the blow-by-blow damage of orchestrated natural disasters. This first episode looks at how avalanches can engulf entire towns and cripple major cities. The raw power of snow and ice is put to the test in a state-of-the-art climate chamber by avalanche experts, showing how the smallest changes to snow and ice crystals can lead to catastrophic destruction. (From the UK) (Documentary) (class tba) CC **New Series Premiere**



8:30 pm Are We Still Evolving? - Dr Alice Roberts asks one of the great questions about our species: are we still evolving? There's no doubt that we're a product of millions of years of evolution. But thanks to modern technology and medicine, did we escape Darwin's law of the survival of the fittest? Alice follows a trail of clues from ancient human bones to studies of remarkable people living in the most inhospitable places, to the frontiers of genetic research, to discover if we are still evolving - and where we might be heading. (From the UK) (Documentary) (Rpt) G CC
Monday October 7th, 2013
9:30 pm Legally Brown - Nazeem Hussain hosts this all-new outrageously funny comedy series, parodying many aspects of Australian culture, including race relations, local and international politics and pop culture. This week, ‘The Hollywood Arab’ gives a cooking lesson, there’s a scandal in the Muslim Shore household and Imran Farook displays his psychic abilities in ‘Spirit Time’. Meanwhile, the white intervention is enforced in ‘Flip World’, and Nazeem tackles antisocial behaviour in his latest experiment. (Commissioned by SBS) (Comedy Series) M(A) CC
10:00 pm The Jeselnik Offensive - This series brings Anthony Jeselnik and his signature dark and twisted point-of-view to this weekly, topical series. (From US) (Entertainment Series) 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 - All the latest football news, features and match results as well as player and club profiles from around the world. Join panellists Les Murray, Craig Foster, David Zdrilic, David Basheer, Mariana Rudan and special guests for expert analysis and local perspective on all things football. (An SBS Sport Production)
11:30 pm Community - Debate 109 - Follows a group of misfits at a community college in Greendale, Colorado. In this episode, Jeff and Annie compete against City College in the debate championships, while Pierce uses hypnotherapy on Britta to help her quit smoking. Meanwhile, Abed's film appears to predict the future. Stars Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs and Chevy Chase. (From the US) (Comedy Series) PG
11:55 pm Shorts On Screen - A Cautionary Tale: Cate Blanchett, David Wenham and Barry Otto star in this short film featuring an original score by award-winning composer Michael Yezerski, about a little girl born with a tail that expresses her emotions. The Maker: A strange creature races against time to make the most important and beautiful creation of his life. How To Lose Weight In Sixty Seconds: From fad diets to extreme measures, it's a whirlwind minute road testing 12 approaches to weight loss. Paris Lakes: The new suburb of Paris Lakes has all the conveniences desired for modern living. It’s an oasis in the endless sprawl between city and country. Put your roots down there & you’ll stay forever. (All From Australia) (Short Film) (class tba)
12:25 am Kill Arman - Japan/Kendo - Kendo is a popular martial art in Japan, and kendo grandmaster Shaburo Iwatate will serve as Arman's teacher under the neon lights of Tokyo. Arman also explores Kendo's historical connection to samurai sword fighting with one of the last remaining samurai families. Arman ends his Kendo training by fighting one of Iwatate's top students. (From Finland, in English and Japanese) (Entertainment Series) (Rpt) PG CC
Monday October 7th, 2013
12:55 am Kill Arman - Hong Kong/Wing Tsun - In Hong Kong, the great grandmaster Dr Leung Ting teaches Arman Hong Kong's own martial art, Wing Tsun, a relatively modern street combat art. With movements so small, it's actually the only martial art that you can use to fight someone in a phone booth. Arman trains vigorously and explores martial arts influences in Chinese Opera. Finally, Arman fights three of Leung Ting's best students in three rounds of extreme battle. (From Finland, in English) (Entertainment Series) Rpt PG
1:25 am Behind The Force - In September 2007, someone set a petrol can alight at a block of flats in Portsmouth. The fire that ripped through the building killed Kevin Holmes. Nine months later, his murder remains unsolved and there is nothing to indicate why he might have been a victim of arson. It's a tough case for Hampshire's Major Crime Unit, which has one of the lowest unsolved crime rates in the country. The case is handed to an experienced Detective Chief Inspector, the third senior investigating officer to take charge of the case. (From the UK) (Documentary Series) (Final) Rpt M (L) 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.

Tuesday October 8th, 2013
5:00 am Korean News - News via satellite from YTN Korea, in Korean, no subtitles.
5:35 am Japanese News - News via satellite from NHK Tokyo in Japanese, no subtitles.
6:10 am Hong Kong News - News via satellite from TVB Hong Kong, in Cantonese, no subtitles.
6:30 am Chinese News - News via satellite from CCTV Beijing, in Mandarin, no subtitles.
7:00 am Hindi News - News via satellite from NDTV India, in Hindi, no subtitles.
7:25 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 French News - News via satellite from FT2 Paris, in French, no subtitles.
9:30 am Greek News - News via satellite from CyBC Cyprus, in Greek, no subtitles.
10:30 am German News - News via satellite from DW Berlin, in German, no subtitles.
11:00 am Spanish News - News via satellite from RTVE Madrid, in Spanish, no subtitles.
12:00 pm Arabic News - News via satellite from DRTV Dubai, in Arabic, no subtitles.
12:30 pm Turkish News - News via satellite from TRT Turkey, in Turkish, no subtitles.
1:00 pm Andre Rieu - Under The Stars - André Rieu and his Johann Strauss Orchestra present a colourful concert under the star-studded summer skies. Once again, André transforms the Vrijthof Square in his hometown of Maastricht into a grand, romantic open-air concert hall. Special guests include the Harlem Gospel Choir and the Soweto Gospel Choir, along with a very special guest in the audience: Oscar-winning actor Sir Anthony Hopkins. (From the Netherlands, in English) (Entertainment) G
3:00 pm France 24 International News - News via satellite from France 24, France, in English. 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 in the United States. CC
5:30 pm Global Village - Of Elephants And Men - From September to March, the Karen people, a minority group who live in the eastern part of Burma, catch wild elephants in the Bago forest in the heart of Burma. (From France, in French) (Documentary) G

Tuesday October 8th, 2013
6:00 pm Tracks And Trails - Tipperary - This series explores the spectacular walks that Ireland has to offer. This episode’s hosts Cormac and Tracy start at a famous viewing point on the Tipperary-Waterford border and walk their way along the Tipperary Heritage Trail. (From the UK) (Documentary) 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? - High Dennis - English actor Hugh Dennis knew that both of this grandfathers fought on the Western Front in WWI, however it was a time which neither talked about. This episode, High embarks on an emotional journey to learn about his grandfathers’ experiences during the war. (From the UK) (Documentary) PG CC **New Episode**
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 - Award-winning international current affairs presented by Anjali Rao. Dateline's team of video journalists travel the globe to provide an intimate view of the world's most important 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
11:00 pm Masters Of Sex - Pilot - Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan star in this sizzling new series about the real life pioneers, William Masters and Virginia Johnson, whose scientific studies sparked a sexual revolution. He was a brilliant scientist out of touch with his own feelings, and she was a single working mother ahead of her time. Together their research changed the way society thought about, talked about, and engaged in sex. (Series 1, ep. 1) (From the US) (Drama Series) (class tba) CC **Encore**
12:10 am Prisoners Of War – First Grade - The first episode from the second series of this gripping Israeli drama picks up with Jamal’s death and the release of the terrorist Abdullah Bin-Rashid, which undermines the position of Yussuf in the Children of the Jihad organization. Uri and Nimrode try to push the Ministry of Defense into figuring out where Amiel is by exposing the CD they received from Ruth Shorer. Meanwhile, Nurit leaves her home and moves into a new apartment with Uri, while Nimrode comes to a decision regarding his relationship with Talia. (Series 2, ep 1) (From Israel, in Hebrew) (Drama Series) M(V) CC **Encore**

Tuesday October 8th, 2013
1:20 am Been Rich All My Life - Follows the 'Silver Belles', an unlikely troupe of tap dancing women aged 84 to 96. Working in some of Harlem's most prestigious haunts in their heyday, and performing with legendary band leaders like Cab Calloway, Jimmie Lunceford and Duke Ellington, they may no longer kick as high as they used to, but these women will disrupt any notions you have of old age. (From the US) (Documentary) M(L) Rpt CC
2:55 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 9th, 2013

5:00 am Korean News - News via satellite from YTN Korea, in Korean, no subtitles.


5:35 am Japanese News - News via satellite from NHK Tokyo in Japanese, no subtitles.
6:10 am Hong Kong News - News via satellite from TVB Hong Kong, in Cantonese, no subtitles.
6:30 am Chinese News - News via satellite from CCTV Beijing, in Mandarin, no subtitles.
7:00 am Hindi News - News via satellite from NDTV India, in Hindi, no subtitles.
7:25 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 French News - News via satellite from FT2 Paris, in French, no subtitles.
9:30 am Greek News - News via satellite from CyBC Cyprus, in Greek, no subtitles.
10:30 am German News - News via satellite from DW Berlin, in German, no subtitles.
11:00 am Spanish News - News via satellite from RTVE Madrid, in Spanish, no subtitles.
12:00 pm Arabic News - News via satellite from DRTV Dubai, in Arabic, 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) CC
2:00 pm Dateline - Award-winning international current affairs presented by Anjali Rao. Dateline's team of video journalists travel the globe to provide an intimate view of the world's most important stories. (An SBS Production) CC
3:00 pm France 24 International News - News via satellite from France 24, France, in English. 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 in the United States. CC


Wednesday October 9th, 2013
5:30 pm Global Village – The Johads, a Desert Miracle: How the revival of a traditional water management system using johads, earth rainwater tanks, has changed life in Rajasthani villages. Plastic Connection: As in many places in Africa, plastic bags are a scourge for the people of Mopti in Mali. But a small industry has been established for collecting and recycling plastic bags. They are made into pavers, and used to pave the city’s streets. The bag collectors can earn a modest living without having to resort to begging. (From France, in French) (Documentary) G CC
6:00 pm Tracks And Trails - Fermanagh - Setting out in Ireland's Belturbet, comedian Colin Murphy cycles to the border to meet Fermanagh native Graham Little. Together they ride to Upper Lough Erne, a maze of islands, inlets and meandering waters. The two lads cycle along the Kingfisher cycle which goes all around Upper Lough Erne. Graham parts with Colin as he reaches the National Trust estate of Crom, containing over 2,000 acres of natural landscapes and woodland. (From the UK) (Documentary) 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 Queen Of Tigers - Colin Stafford-Johnson presents this special documentary about the world’s most famous tiger, Machli, who is the star of several films and the mother to a dynasty of great tigers. She currently lives and hunts around the ancient fort of Ranthambore in Rajasthan, India, but at 14, is reaching the end of her life. Colin takes a look back at the fascinating life of this tiger, including the lessons she has taught her offspring and how she has adapted and thrived in a modern India. (From the UK) (Documentary) G CC **Premiere**
8:30 pm 24 Hours In Emergency – Three Sisters - Step inside one of Britain's busiest emergency departments as this series offers unprecedented access to one of Britain's busiest emergency departments, at King's College Hospital in London. See the joy and heartache faced by patients and their families, as well as the hard work of the emergency room staff. From life-threatening traumas to embarrassing mishaps, this is an intimate, and sometimes comical insight into life - and death - on the frontline of the emergency ward. (From the UK) (Documentary) M(A) CC **New Episode**
9:30 pm Prisoners Of War - Absent - Talia has a break down while Nimrode is out partying. Uri and Nurit try to bridge the gap formed by the past 17 years. After meeting Yinon, and trying to put the past behind her, Yael packs up all of Amiel’s things and puts them in storage. Haim Cohen interrogates the matter of Amiel, which is full of twists and turns and involves another Mossad agent. Meanwhile, Yussuf and Abdullah head out to handle an arms deal, which Abdullah nearly blows. (From Israel, in Hebrew) (Series 2, Ep. 2) (Drama Series) M(V,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
Wednesday October 9th, 2013
11:05 pm Film: One For The Road - Hervé is an alcoholic headed for self-destruction - his drinking is ruining his marriage, his family, and his journalistic career. When he checks himself into a detox centre, he meets a quirky group of fellow sufferers who show him the harsh realities of falling off the wagon one too many times. Directed by Philippe Godeau. Starring Francois Cluzet, Melanie Thierry and Michel Vuillermoz. (From France, in French) (Film) (2009) M(S,A,L) CC **Premiere**
1:00 am Film: Crazy Stone - The discovery of a priceless jade stone at a dilapidated factory leads to a hilarious story in which four separate parties are entangled in the pursuit of the jade, which is mixed up with a fake one. Nominated for Best Asian Film at the 2007 Hong Kong Film Awards. Directed by Ning Hao and stars Guo Tao, Liu Hua and Huang Bo. (From Hong Kong, in Mandarin) (Comedy) (2006) (Rpt) M (L,V)
2:55 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 10th, 2013
5:00 am Korean News - News via satellite from YTN Korea, in Korean, no subtitles.
5:35 am Japanese News - News via satellite from NHK Tokyo in Japanese, no subtitles.
6:10 am Hong Kong News - News via satellite from TVB Hong Kong, in Cantonese, no subtitles.
6:30 am Chinese News - News via satellite from CCTV Beijing, in Mandarin, no subtitles.
7:00 am Hindi News - News via satellite from NDTV India, in Hindi, no subtitles.
7:25 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 French News - News via satellite from FT2 Paris, in French, no subtitles.
9:30 am Greek News - News via satellite from CyBC Cyprus, in Greek, no subtitles.
10:30 am German News - News via satellite from DW Berlin, in German, no subtitles.
11:00 am Spanish News - News via satellite from RTVE Madrid, in Spanish, no subtitles.
12:00 pm Arabic News - News via satellite from DRTV Dubai, in Arabic, no subtitles.
12:30 pm Turkish News - News via satellite from TRT Turkey, in Turkish, no subtitles.
1:00 pm Parent Rescue - Sweating it Out - A fascinating series that looks at contemporary solutions to age-old parenting problems by exploring the work undertaken by Karitane; an innovative service that offers practical help to families overwhelmed by the challenges of raising young children. (Commissioned by SBS) (Documentary Series) (Rpt) PG CC

1:30 pm Speed Of Life - Predators of the Southwest - This three-part series uses high speed photography to capture the amazing, lightning fast intricacies of daily life for animals and insects on the planet. Each episode focuses on a different region, and all of the various animals and interconnected ecosystems that call that region home. Using cutting-edge camera technology, this episode provides a never-before-seen look into the daily struggles of both predators and prey in their ongoing fight for survival in the American Southwest. (From the US) (Documentary Series) (Part 1 of 3) PG CC


2:30 pm Costa's Garden Odyssey - Gardening guru Costa Georgiadis heads to Melbourne to look at the Collingwood Children's Farm and the wonders of 'worm juice'. While in Melbourne, Costa helps a family save thousands of litres of water, before taking a trip to the Blue Mountains where he joins over 3000 plant enthusiasts at the Bilpin Collectors Plant Fair. (Commissioned by SBS) (Entertainment Series) (Rpt) G CC


Thursday October 10th, 2013
3:00 pm France 24 International News - News via satellite from France 24, France, in English. 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 in the United States. CC
5:30 pm Global Village – Trackers of the Kalahari: The Kalahari bushmen live a subsistence existence on the border of South Africa and Botswana. Their culture is threatened, but they are finding ways of making their skills useful in the 21st century. Pampered Pooches: Hollywood pets are the most pampered in the world. They have their portraits taken by famous photographers, personal organic nutritionists, beauticians, luxurious canine hotels and invitation-only clubs. (From France, in French) (Documentary) G CC
6:00 pm Tracks And Trails - Achill - Broadcaster Jim Sherwin explores Ireland’s spectacular walks and trails in the picturesque Mayo village of Mulranny, often known as the gateway of Achill. (From the UK) (Documentary) 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 Madhur Jaffrey's Curry Nation - Punjabis Of Scotland - Madhur road-trip takes her to Scotland, where she discovers haggis curry in Glasgow and visits a community cafe selling home-cooked Punjabi recipes in Edinburgh. (From the UK) (Food Series) G CC
8:00 pm Destination Flavour - Japan - After meeting a former baseball prodigy who now devotes his life to making matchless miso, Adam Liaw catches up with an extraordinary 74-year-old woman who still free-dives for abalone. Adam samples a challenging dish of Nagoya chicken sashimi; he then fries the perfect Wagyu steak – the product of cattle that arguably eat better food than most humans. (An SBS Production) (Food Series) G CC
8:30 pm Heston's Fantastical Food - Pub In A Pie - Culinary and scientific chef Heston puts the fun back into pub grub, building a giant, edible pie and turning it into a fully functioning public house. He also makes a billiard table from cod, tartare sauce and pea mousse with pickled egg billiard balls. With pubs appearing to be in decline, with around 18 locals a week shutting their doors for good, Heston is on a mission to put the fun back into pub life. (From the UK) (Food Series) PG CC

Thursday October 10th, 2013
9:30 pm Masters Of Sex - Race To Space - On the heels of Masters' proposal that they participate in the sexual response study, Johnson considers the best course of action to keep her job - only to find she no longer has one. The study has been forced out of the hospital and Masters believes Johnson is to blame. As Johnson fights to save her job and struggles to care for her kids, Masters moves his study to a brothel. But Masters soon discovers that the chaos of the cathouse is unmanageable without Johnson’s help. (Series 1. Ep. 2) (From the US) (Drama Series) (class tba) 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 UEFA Champions League Magazine - A look at the UEFA Champions League with player and coach interviews, club profiles, match reviews and previews as well as classic UEFA Champions League action. (Sport) (From Switzerland)
11:30 pm It's Not Just Football – Details TBA **New Series Premiere**
12:30 am The Observer Effect - What are Australia's mavericks, power-brokers and celebrities really like? In an age where 30 second sound-bites and social media dominate our view of the world, host Ellen Fanning uses the news events of the week as a window into the lives of the people who shape our culture and politics. Ellen goes beyond the headlines to reveal what makes our most popular Australians tick in a format that is both entertaining and informative. (Commissioned by SBS) (Entertainment Series) PG (A) CC
1:30 am Mistresses - Professional Mistresses - This week's episode looks into the world of professional mistresses, or rather mistress-substitutes, such as British porn star Violet Storm and lap dancer Paula, neither of whom have affairs but both of whom provide a fantasy for men who do not want to take the full step into an affair. (From the UK) (Documentary Series) (Rpt) MA(A,N)
2:00 am Mistresses - The Happy Mistress - Tonight, a look at the physical and financial risks that may be associated with having a mistress. Two mistresses describe their happy affairs with married men whose wives are aware of the situation and do not object. The famous mistress of this episode is Henrietta Howard, mistress of George II. (From the UK) (Documentary Series) (Rpt) M(L,N,S)
2:30 am Mistresses - Mistresses: Sex Detectives - Presented by Lisa Rogers, this nine-part series takes an irreverent look at the lifestyle of infidelity. (From the UK) (Documentary Series) (Rpt) M(N,S)
3:00 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 11th, 2013

5:00 am Korean News - News via satellite from YTN Korea, in Korean, no subtitles.


5:35 am Japanese News - News via satellite from NHK Tokyo in Japanese, no subtitles.
6:10 am Hong Kong News - News via satellite from TVB Hong Kong, in Cantonese, no subtitles.
6:30 am Chinese News - News via satellite from CCTV Beijing, in Mandarin, no subtitles.
7:00 am Hindi News - News via satellite from NDTV India, in Hindi, no subtitles.
7:25 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 French News - News via satellite from FT2 Paris, in French, no subtitles.
9:30 am Greek News - News via satellite from CyBC Cyprus, in Greek, no subtitles.
10:30 am German News - News via satellite from DW Berlin, in German, no subtitles.
11:00 am Spanish News - News via satellite from RTVE Madrid, in Spanish, no subtitles.
12:00 pm Arabic News - News via satellite from DRTV Dubai, in Arabic, no subtitles.
12:30 pm Turkish News - News via satellite from TRT Turkey, in Turkish, no subtitles.
1:00 pm Food Lovers' Guide To Australia - Maeve O'Meara and Joanna Savill continue to explore the best food and produce Australia has to offer. Today they go Yabby Farming, visit a French Patisserie in Kings Cross, takes a look at fresh green Australian peppercorns, before feasting at the Polish Senior Citizen's Club in Ashfield. (An SBS Production) (Food Series) (Rpt) G CC
1:30 pm Rex In Rome - The Almost Perfect Crime - When a man is found dead in his private sauna, Inspector Rivera and Rex investigate the suspicious circumstances in which the sauna door was jammed shut, causing the man to suffer a heat-induced heart attack. Soon Rivera finds that the man’s mistress, his brother and his girlfriend all had a motive to kill him. Stars Ettore Bassi. (From Italy, in Italian) (Drama Series) (Rpt) PG
2:30 pm Living Black Dalai Lama Special - Living Black host Karla Grant sits down with His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, in Darwin to discuss the plight of the Tibetan people and the similarities they share with Indigenous Australians. Karla delves into issues of colonisation, dispossession, loss of language and culture, and asks what advice the Dalai Lama would offer Indigenous people in Australia moving forward to a more positive future. (An SBS Production) (Rpt) CC
3:00 pm France 24 International News - News via satellite from France 24, France, in English. CC

Friday October 11th, 2013
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 in the United States. CC
5:30 pm Global Village - Living Goddess: In Nepal, a young girl is chosen to be the earthly incarnation of the goddess Durga, known as the Kumari. Once chosen by the priests, she lives a life of isolation and rigorous religious observance until she reaches puberty and is replaced. But critics see the practice as a form of child abuse, as the young girls who have become Kumaris sometimes have great difficulty adjusting to normal life once they have lost the throne. Manga Attitude: A visit to Akihabara in Tokyo to look at cosplay, in which manga enthusiasts make and dress in the costumes of their favourite cartoon characters. (From France, in French) (Documentary) G CC
6:00 pm Tracks And Trails - The BurrenWeather forecaster Evelyn Cusack explores the spectacular Fanore/Ballyvaughan trail and along the way discovers that Ireland really can have four seasons in one day. (From the UK) (Documentary) 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 - Invaders Of The IslesBack for an all-new season, Nick Crane explores how the remarkable history of Guernsey reveals both the risks and rewards of invasion. Tessa Dunlop visits Norfolk to relive the forgotten Zeppelin blitz on Britain during the WWI, which began at Great Yarmouth in January 1915 when the first Britons were killed in an air raid. Meanwhile, on a tiny rocky outcrop in seas off western Scotland, Andy Torbet encounters remarkable animal invaders. Then the Coast team also visits the remote isle of Stroma, Scotland, which was abandoned following the invasion of the modern world. (From the UK) (Documentary) G CC **Series Return**



8:35 pm Harlots, Housewives And Heroines - At Court - In this new three-part series historian and Chief Curator of Historic Royal Palaces Dr Lucy Worsley immerses herself in the world of Restoration England, exploring the captivating lives of the women of the period. In the first episode, Dr Lucy Worsley investigates the lives of women at the top - the king's mistresses at the royal court. (Part 1 of 3) (From the UK) (Documentary) PG CC **Premiere**
9:40 pm Dive WWII - A deep-water dive team search the seabed off the coast of Northern Ireland for the forgotten shipwrecks of WW2's Battle of the Atlantic. Jules Hudson helps identify the wrecks, and reveals how the city was critical to Allied victory. (From the UK) (Documentary) (class tba) CC **Premiere**
Friday October 11th, 2013
10:40 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
11:10 pm Film: Slovenian Girl - Alexandra escapes her small Slovenian town for a new start in the city. She turns to prostitution to make her way, but comes to the attention of the police when a politician dies during an appointment. Winner of the Best Actress Award (Nina Ivanisin) at the 2009 Valencia Festival of Mediterranean Cinema. Directed by Damjan Kozole and Nina Ivanisin, Peter Musevski and Primoz Pirnat. (From Slovenia, in Slovene) (Drama) (2009) (Rpt) MA CC
12:50 am Film: It's Hard To Be NiceIn this drama about the difficulties of trying to lead an honest life in post-war Sarajevo, a taxi driver supplements his meagre earnings by giving tips to a criminal gang, turning a blind eye on their illegal activities. Bosnia's official submission to the 2008 Academy Awards. Directed by Srdjan Vuletic and stars Sasa Petrovic, Daria Lorenci and Emir Hadzihafizbegovic. (From Bosnia and Herzegovina, in Bosnian) (Drama) (2007) (Rpt) M (L,S,V)
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.

Saturday October 12th, 2013
5:00 am Korean News - News via satellite from YTN Korea, in Korean, no subtitles.
5:35 am Japanese News - News via satellite from NHK Tokyo in Japanese, no subtitles.
6:10 am Hong Kong News - News via satellite from TVB Hong Kong, in Cantonese, no subtitles.
6:30 am Chinese News - News via satellite from CCTV Beijing, in Mandarin, no subtitles.
7:00 am Hindi News - News via satellite from NDTV India, in Hindi, no subtitles.
7:25 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 French News - News via satellite from FT2 Paris, in French, no subtitles.
9:30 am Greek News - News via satellite from CyBC Cyprus, in Greek, no subtitles.
10:30 am German News - News via satellite from DW Berlin, in German, no subtitles.
11:00 am Spanish News - News via satellite from RTVE Madrid, in Spanish, no subtitles.
12:00 pm Arabic News - News via satellite from DRTV Dubai, in Arabic, no subtitles.
12:30 pm Turkish News - News via satellite from TRT Turkey, in Turkish, no subtitles.
1:00 pm Verdi Requiem - Verdi’s immense and powerful Requiem Mass is performed at La Scala by Daniel Barenboim with a stellar cast of soloists: Jonas Kaufmann, Elina Garanca, Agnes Baltsa and Rene Pape. (From Italy and Germany, in Latin) (Arts)
2:40 pm Le Rendez-Vous - Roland Petit's short ballet is a chic and elegant study of tragic love and murder set in turn of the century Paris. The production includes sets by Picasso and Brassai, a haunting score by Joseph Ksma, and impeccably performed by the Paris Opera Ballet and their star dancers, Nicolas Le Riche and Isabelle Ciaravola. (From France, no dialogue) (Masterpiece) (Dance) (Rpt) G
3:10 pm The Chopin Etudes - Freddy Kempf plays Opus 10 No.6 - E Flat Minor in the evocative setting of the Chateau de Neuville, Gambais. (From the UK) (Masterpiece) (Arts) (Rpt) G

3:20 pm Art Of The Night - Painting at night is difficult and problematic, so why have so many great artists taken on the challenge? Waldemar Januszczak celebrates the nocturnal art of Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Velazquez, Hopper and Magritte as he explores art’s edgy relationship with the night and tries to discover why the dark adds so much extra drama and mystery to art. (From the UK) (Arts/Documentary) (class tba) **Premiere**


4:30 pm PBS Newshour - Reviews and analysis of the day's news presented by Jim Lehrer for the Public Broadcasting Service in the United States. CC
Saturday October 12th, 2013
5:30 pm Tour Of Beijing Daily Highlights - Day 1 Highlights - Day 1 Highlights - The 2013 Tour Of Beijing will feature all 19 World Tour teams as they race 826 kilometres over five stages past some of China's spectacular landmarks including Tiananmen Square and the Great Wall. Today's highlights include coverage of stage 1 from Shunyi to Huairou Studio City. (Sport)
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 Destination Flavour - Japan Bitesize - Some of your favourite moments from Adam Liaw's new cultural and culinary journey throughout Japan so far. (Commissioned by SBS) (Food) G CC

7:35 pm 24/7 Wild - Witness the most charismatic animals on earth as they experience life’s ultimate challenges in the first few vulnerable weeks of life. This documentary captures the trials and tribulations of the infant animals’ first struggles in life over a full month, filmed by specialist natural history teams dotted around the globe – from the deep wild woods of Minnesota, the home of the black bears, to Africa where the lives of baby elephants, cheetahs and lions are under threat. (From the UK) (Documentary) (class tba) CC **Premiere**


8:35 pm First Crossings - Open Bay Islands - Two modern-day New Zealand adventurers attempt to recreate the journeys of New Zealand’s pioneer explorers. This episode, Kevin and Jamie travel back to 1810 to retrace the unbelievable survival story of David Loweniston and nine other stranded sealers, who were marooned on the Open Bay Islands. Kevin and Jamie reveal the forces of nature they had to content with on this amazing journey of survival. (From New Zealand) (Documentary/Adventure) PG CC
9:30 pm Film: Margot At The Wedding - Margot and her son Claude decide to visit her sister Pauline after she announces that she is getting married to less-than-impressive Malcolm. In short order, the storm the sisters create leaves behind a mess of trashed relationships and exposed family secrets. Directed by Noah Baumbach and stars Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Flora Cross. (From the US) (Drama) (2007) (Rpt) M(L,S)
11:15 pm Film: Private Eye - Set in Japanese-occupied Korea at the start of the 20th century, a private investigator is assigned the case of tracking down the killer of a government minister's son, but has to contend with bumbling police, an old-school newspaper editor and a travelling circus. Directed by Park Dae-min and stars Hwang Jung-min, Ryu Deok-hwan and Oh Dal-soo. (From South Korea, in Korean and Japanese) (Thriller) (2009) MAV (A,V)

Saturday October 12th, 2013
1:15 am Shameless – This episode kicks off with a Chatsworth Estate party, and it's not just any party - it's Frank's stag night. He's getting married to the love of his life, his third bride-to-be, Libby. Then, as the clock strikes midnight, Frank disappears. The mystery of Frank's whereabouts is a veritable magical mystery tour into the previously unexplored outer-limits of Frank's drink and drug-addled mind. With Frank missing, a dark cloud spoils the party spirit when a previous Mrs Gallagher returns. Stars David Threlfall, Pauline McLynn and Tina Malone. (From the UK) (Drama Series) (Rpt) MA(D,L,S) CC
2:10 am Shameless - Frank is still AWOL and Libby is distraught that Monica is demanding custody of Stella and Liam. In another drug-fuelled dimension, Frank has regenerated into Chatsworth's very own Time Lord as he battles to return home. Meanwhile, Mimi realises her mistake in promoting Shane to head the family business while she is in hospital. And Karen is keen to move forward as a family in the couples' counselling, but can Jamie forgive and forget? Stars David Threlfall, Pauline McLynn and Tina Malone. (From the UK) (Drama Series) (Rpt) MA(D,L,S) CC
3:10 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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