TV Guide Sydney - 06 Jul 2015

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ONE ONE

SBS ONE SBS ONE

SBS ONE SBS ONE

7:30 AM to 8:10 AM

News, International, News and Business

News via satellite from RAI Rome, in Italian, no subtitles.

SBS ONE SBS ONE

8:10 AM to 8:30 AM

News, International, News and Business

News via satellite from NBN Manila, in Filipino, no subtitles.

SBS ONE SBS ONE

8:30 AM to 11:30 AM

Match 1: Canada V China : For the first time in Australian TV history, SBS will broadcast the entire 2015 FIFA Womens World Cup Canada, live, free and exclusive. The 2015 FIFA Womens World Cup will kick off with the opening match between host nation, Canada and China. (Football) CC

SBS ONE SBS ONE

11:30 AM to 12 PM

News, International, News and Business

News via satellite from RTVE Madrid, in Spanish, no subtitles.

SBS TWO SBS TWO

SBS TWO SBS TWO

8 AM to 8:30 AM

News, International, News and Business

News via satellite from Television National de Chile, in Spanish, no subtitles.

SBS TWO SBS TWO

8:30 AM to 9:05 AM

News, News and Business

The Macedonian News comes from public broadcaster MRT in Skopje, no subtitles.

SBS TWO SBS TWO

9:05 AM to 9:40 AM

News, News and Business

News from HRT Croatia, in Croatian, no subtitles.

SBS TWO SBS TWO

9:40 AM to 10:20 AM

News, News and Business

News from Serbian Broadcasting Corporation, in Serbian, no subtitles.

SBS TWO SBS TWO

10:20 AM to 11:05 AM

News, News and Business

News via satellite from RTP Portugal (Lisbon), in Portuguese, no subtitles.

SBS TWO SBS TWO

11:05 AM to 11:40 AM

News, International, News and Business

News via satellite from NHK Tokyo, in Japanese, no subtitles.

SBS TWO SBS TWO

11:40 AM to 12 PM

International, News and Business

News via satellite from TVB Hong Kong, in Cantonese, no subtitles.

SEVEN SEVEN

7Two 7Two

7mate 7mate

Nine Nine

Ten Ten

ELEVEN ELEVEN

GEM GEM

Go Go

ABC1 ABC1

ABC2 ABC2

ABC3 ABC3

ABC News 24 ABC News 24

TVS TVS

NITV NITV

NITV NITV

8 AM to 8:30 AM

Look, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub and her friends. MStar sings a song with her dad about dinosaurs, the kids at Nambour Public School teach us some Gubbi Gubbi language.

NITV NITV

8:30 AM to 9 AM

Brandon gives Kayne his next mission - to find a Tassie devil and kiss it! With the help of a local 'devil whisperer' they track down a den inhabited by a feisty devil family, but will Kayne kiss one?

NITV NITV

9 AM to 9:30 AM

We're here to get you moving and keeping fit and healthy. So get your mum, dad, brothers, sisters, aunties and uncles wherever you are to come and Move it Mob Style!

NITV NITV

9:30 AM to 10 AM

Children, Childrens Group

It's game on as ABC3 premieres the exciting new high energy game show Go Lingo! where contestants aged 11 to 12 years old battle it out during games focusing on spelling, grammar and Australia's Indigenous culture. During each episode three contestants compete for maximum points in a variety of fun hi-tech games using the latest in touch screen technology. Watch as they jump into a pit of letters in Chuck A, shoot digital basketballs in Shoot Out and skirmish with digital paint balls in Splat all while focusing on spelling and grammar. A unique feature of Go Lingo! is the segment My County which profiles Indigenous languages from around Australia. Audiences will learn about unique languages of towns, cities and remote areas from across the country and will pick up and use a few words from the traditional owners. Following a nationwide search, 19-year-old Torres Strait Islander Alannah Ahmat was selected to host Go Lingo!. "I feel really proud to be a part of this show, it's an amazing experience. I've always been encouraged to be myself and be proud of who I am, so to be on a show that celebrates my culture and the cultures of Indigenous people across Australia is just amazing," Alannah said.

NITV NITV

10 AM to 10:30 AM

When it happens in the Maori world, you'll hear about it on Te Kaea first. This is Maori Television's flagship news programme's week in review, featuring local, national and international stories.

NITV NITV

10:30 AM to 11:30 AM

Award-winning journalist Stan Grant hosts a one hour panel show, putting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues under the microscope.

NITV NITV

11:30 AM to 12 PM

Current Affairs, News and Business

The Yidinji people of Cairns are reclaiming their sovereign rights. passports, birth certificates and a police force are now a reality. But what does it really take to turn away from the Crown? (An NITV Production) (Current Affairs) CC

Actors: Current Affairs