Chinese-ish is a podcast about what it’s like being a young Chinese-Australian in today’s Australia, and the many different things that can mean. Hosted by Wing Kuang and Mark Yin. Artwork by Joanna Hu
What's CODE SWITCH? It's the fearless conversations about race that you've been waiting for. Hosted by journalists of color, our podcast tackles the subject of race with empathy and humor. We explore how race affects every part of society — from politics and pop culture to history, food and everything in between. This podcast makes all of us part of the conversation — because we're all part of the story. Code Switch was named Apple Podcasts' first-ever Show of the Year in 2020.
Australia’s diverse South Asian communities are united by one thing, our love of cricket. Colours of Cricket is a unique look at the South Asian diaspora and how we’re changing the face of cricket in Australia. Over eight episodes, hear from international stars, commentators, sports historians, fans and community players. Find out how cricket is helping new migrants feel at home in Australia and breaking down social barriers, how players from the subcontinent are keeping club cricket alive, and why kids from the Indian subcontinent are underrepresented in the big leagues. Colours of Cricket is a collaborative project from SBS Radio's South Asian language programs; SBS Bangla, Gujarati, Hindi, Malayalam, Nepali, Punjabi, Sinhala, Tamil, and SBS Urdu.
A series of stories of place, culture and being, shared by Elders of the Gumbaynggirr, Biripi, Dunghutti and Worimi nations from the Mid North Coast of NSW.
It's not everyday Brits and Americans, somedays perspectives from down under. Join African Aussie girls Gillean, Mary, Rebka and Vanessa every second Tuesday as they dish out relatable content, with a side of bants. We know it’s the content you’ve been waiting for.
Mindfulness, meditation, living in the present... these are all buzz terms you’ve probably heard. Maybe even tried. But if you haven’t yet found your fit, join host Leah Vandenberg to try various meditation styles from across the world. Learn about Filipino Hilot, Japanese forest bathing, Hawaiian ho'oponopono and more. Whether you’ve been meditating for years, or this is your first time, these short meditations led by experienced teachers will fit neatly into your day.
What do you get when a Japanese Jewish woman, a Korean woman and a Nigerian Malawian woman get together to chat about living, working and raising families in Australia? You get Like Us, a podcast hosted by Anna Yeon, Noè Harsel and Zione Walker-Nthenda. They're three Australian women from different cultural backgrounds, discussing their personal relationship with Australia and Australia’s relationship with them.
Passing down culture is an important part of parenting. But how do you do this when your child’s culture is not your own, and you have only ever experienced it as a tourist? Mother Country looks at intercultural adoption through the lives of Australian families who have adopted children from other cultures. Parents and children with Korean, Ethiopian, Colombian, Cambodian and Cook Islands heritage share their thoughts on the complexities of intercultural adoption, and how they help their kids understand their birth culture.
What are the challenges women face to take up professional football? This series looks at stories from women who aren't allowed to watch sporting events at stadiums in their home country, to places like Australia where many migrant women have to give up on their football dreams.
There’s no handbook on how to raise bilingual kids. It can take a lot of effort to pass on language to your children. But you’re not alone. Join host Dr Elaine Laforteza to hear the stories of families struggling with passing on language, and get helpful advice and practical tips from experts including speech pathologists and linguists. Raising children bilingually in English-dominant countries requires persistence and resourcefulness, especially if your mother language is not widely spoken. But it’s worth the effort because the benefits for kids are immeasurable. My Bilingual Family is hosted by Dr Elaine Laforteza. Produced by Masako Fukui and Sheila Ngoc Pham.
What is it really like to start calling Australia home? My First Year on Aussie Soil is an SBS podcast hosted by comedian and actor Suraj Kolarkar. As a youngster he moved Down Under from India and has been obsessed with immigrant stories ever since.
My Ramadan features well-known Muslim personalities and everyday Australians sharing their experiences of Ramadan and Eid through five specially themed episodes. Join host Sarah Malik and guests including academic Susan Carland and Masterchef contestant Amina El Shafei as they talk navigating work while fasting, what it means to slow down and reject hustle culture, and how Ramadan connects to spirituality and self. We discover favourite Iftar food traditions and how Ramadan intersects with belonging and identity for Gen Z. The series culminates in a special Eid episode, exploring how mixed-culture families adapt and celebrate Eid and Ramadan today.
Sensational headlines, fear campaigns and dehumanising language can be all that we hear about migrant and refugee communities settling in Australia. And too often migrant women are framed only as the mother of the children or the wife of the male refugee. But each one has her own story and reasons for travelling across the world to put down new roots in a strange land. On New Home, hear from migrant and refugee women who are quietly building new lives in regional Australia, making friends, and finding community.
Wellbeing as we know it now has been constructed from a Western perspective, so what does the oldest continuing culture in the world have to say about methods of wellbeing? On Noongar Wellbeing, Ballardong Whadjuk Noongyar woman Brooke Collard yarns with six Elders, exploring their ideas on creating the tools to care for yourself and your community.
Independent news and stories connecting you to life in Australia and Arabic-speaking Australians.
Independent news and stories connecting you to life in Australia and Cantonese-speaking Australians.
SBS Easy French is your learning companion. In partnership with the Alliance Française de Melbourne, this podcast will entertain and inform you in French, providing you snippets from our SBS French program at a manageable pace.
Independent news and stories connecting you to life in Australia and Hindi-speaking Australians.
Ease into the English language and Australian culture. We make learning English convenient, fun and practical. Don’t just learn a language, love language!
Independent news and stories connecting you to life in Australia and Mandarin-speaking Australians.
Independent news and stories connecting you to life in Australia and Vietnamese-speaking Australians.
If you can see it, you can be it. But what happens when you look around and nobody looks like you? Join host Yumi Stynes for Seen, a new SBS podcast about cultural creatives who have risen to excellence despite arriving in a role-model vacuum. We’ll hear from trailblazers like writer Yassmin Abdel-Magied, musician Ray Ahn, and Olympian Ellia Green about the transformative moments they felt seen.
At SBS Italian we realise that for a non-native speaker our speech delivery could be very fast and difficult to follow. Fear no more! To make things right, we have started “Slow Italian, Fast Learning”, the very best of the week’s news, read at a slower pace, with Italian and English transcripts.
Samoan rugby league players have been big names in the Aussie league for many years. They are renowned for their strength and skill, but what motivates them to become great athletes and what are their lives like off the field? Tama Samoa is a three part podcast series exploring the world of rugby league from a Samoan perspective. Host Joyce Matai'a chats with current NRL players Ava Seumanufagai, Joshua Papalii, and Stephen Crichton, as well as OG’s of the game Leo Tanoi, Joe Galuvao and Leaupepe Nigel Vagana. Hear them reflect on family, cultural identity, achieving success, and challenges on and off the field.
You know pizza, pasta and tiramisu, but have you tried the Ugly Ducklings of Italian Cuisine? They’re dishes you won’t see on Instagram, but that are loved by many, even when they're illegal. Listen to all episodes in English or Italian for a fresh portrait of Italian food.
Listen to this historic call for ‘Voice, Treaty and Truth’ in more than 20 Aboriginal languages (from communities in the Northern Territory and from Northern Western Australia) and over 60 languages to serve Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities, created with the purpose of continuing the national dialogue with all Australians. In May 2017, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander delegates came together at the First Nations National Constitutional Convention near Uluru and presented the Uluru Statement from the Heart to the Australian people. The Statement calls for a First Nations Voice to Parliament, enshrined in the constitution, and a process for agreement making (Treaty) and truth-telling. It was the culmination of 13 deliberative Regional Dialogues across Australia with First Nations communities. The Statement seeks to establish a relationship between Australia's First Nations peoples and the Australian nation based on truth, justice and self-determination. Music by Frank Yamma.