SBS has announced its Tuesday night news and current affairs line-up will launch on Tuesday 25 February from 8.30pm with Insight, Dateline and The Feed returning with brand new episodes.
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.”
Insight will air at 8:30 pm with host Jenny Brockie who will guide a lively debate on a single topic such as matchmakers, burnout, footy concussions, to being wrongfully convicted.
Dateline will air at 9:30pm the documentary series with a current affairs backbone scours the globe to uncover special characters and a world of daring stories.
The Feed will re-join SBS from SBS VICELAND and air at 10 pm in a new studio format focused on issues-based reporting and presented by Marc Fennell, Alice Matthews and Alex Lee.
SBS’s news and current affairs line-up airs from 8.30pm Tuesdays on SBS