The Feed returns to SBS in a fortnight, now screening weekly on Tuesday nights following Insight and Dateline.
The show is the latest to get a studio refresh, with Presenter Marc Fennell taking to social media for tagline ideas.
SBS Director of News and Current Affairs, Jim Carroll, said: “SBS is justifiably proud of our current affairs content delivered across linear and digital platforms.
“As our programs return for the 2020 television season, with The Feed joining the Tuesday evening schedule, we will showcase Australia’s most compelling storytelling. As always we will be probing and uncovering the issues that matter most to our audiences.”
“With many major events, globally and nationally, already on the agenda and with our TV programs complemented by the highest quality digital output, this promises to be the most exciting year for SBS current affairs.”
Is squatting really a menace or a burden to society or could it be beneficial? As housing prices across Australia are projected to only get higher in 2020, The Feed meets people in our communities most vulnerable to the effects of commodifying a basic human need – squatters. Plus, the Black Eyed Peas take Marc Fennell through their wild, unexpected journey of becoming one of the biggest and most influential music groups in history.
10:05pm Tuesday February 25 on SBS.