Returning: Insight, Dateline, The Feed.
SBS current affairs shows return in February and March.
SBS’s current affairs shows Insight and The Feed return on Tuesday 15 February with Dateline back on Tuesday 15 March.
SBS Director of News and Current Affairs, Mandi Wicks, said: “SBS takes pride in our distinctive current affairs line-up, and in 2022, we will look at the headlines and beyond.
“Our programs have a unique approach to breaking down the local and international news most relevant to Australians. They shine a light on individuals and communities, and issues often overlooked, using creative and inquisitive storytelling.”
“It’s clear 2022 will be another huge news year and SBS is committed to keeping our audience informed and inspired with our current affairs line up.”
In the lead up to Dateline’s return in March, Framed will be scheduled at 9:30pm. The four-part documentary series is SBS’s most successful digital series to date. Presented by Marc Fennell, it explores the disappearance of Picasso’s Weeping Woman from the National Gallery of Victoria in 1986.
Tuesday February 15
10pm The Feed
Tuesday March 15
Insight is Australia’s leading forum for surprising first-person stories and debate at 8:30pm. Presented by Kumi Taguchi, the program will explore a wide range of topics in 2022 including conspiracy theories, catfishing, deathbed confessions, first love, and many more.
On Tuesday 15 March in its usual timeslot at 9:30pm, Australia’s longest-running international current affairs show Dateline will explore global issues that deepen our understanding of the world around us, with stories from Malta, Italy, Mexico, and more. The 2022 season opens with a story on ethnic Kazakhs who appear to be the next target in China’s Muslim repression.
In 2022, The Feed will satiate your curiosity and tackle its most ambitious season to date at 10pm. The multi Walkley award-winning program returns with hosts Marc Fennell and Virginia Langeberg. In the first episode, the team takes an intimate look into the lives of four teenagers, all from very different walks of life, as they navigate the powerful transition from childhood to parenthood. Later, stay tuned for an episode that’s not to be missed and a first for the show, as The Feed comedy team has joined forces with TikTok sensation Tom Cardy and Eurovision’s Montaigne to make an all-singing, all-dancing fever dream original musical about the Australian housing market.