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The Turkish Program was one of the first seven language programs on SBS, which began broadcasting with six other language groups in 1975. The program presents news and current affairs from Australia, Turkey and the world, and broadcasts various other programs which relate to the Turkish-speaking community. The program, which airs one hour daily, is informative, educational and entertaining and includes interviews with community members and prominent people from Australia, Turkey and the world, as well as covering cultural, sport and arts events. SBS is a unique government owned media institution which broadcasts in 68 languages.

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http://www.sbs.com.au/podcasts/yourlanguage/turkish/
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The Turkish Program was one of the first seven language programs on SBS, which began broadcasting with six other language groups in 1975. The program presents news and current affairs from Australia, Turkey and the world, and broadcasts various other prog
Language
­čçČ­čçž English
last modified
2019-08-24 08:56
last episode published
2019-08-23 05:50
publication frequency
1.34 days
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Number of Episodes
1762
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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
23.08.2019

More research needed into microplastics in our drinking water - Yiyip i├žti─čimiz mikro plastik v├╝cumuzu nas─▒l etkiliyor belli de─čil

The World Health Organisation is calling for more research into microplastics - the tiny bits of plastics that break down through our soil and waterways, and eventually end up in our stomachs. - D├╝nya Sa─čl─▒k ├ľrg├╝t├╝, toprak ve suya kar─▒┼čan mikroplastikl...
23.08.2019

Increased risk of power blackouts this summer - Yaz─▒n elektrik kesintisi korkusu

Australia's energy regulator has warned of an increased risk of power blackouts this summer because of ageing and increasingly unreliable infrastructure. Victoria and New South Wales are particularly vulnerable because of power station closures and unp...
23.08.2019

SBS Turkish Sports - SBS T├╝rk├že Spor

SBS Turkish Sports looks into the latest victory by Trabzonspor in Europe and the conclusion of Victoria's Premier League this weekend. (AUDIO IN TURKISH) - Trabzonspor, UEFA Avrupa Ligi play-off turu ilk ma├ž─▒nda Yunan tak─▒m─▒ AEKÔÇÖy─▒ deplasmanda 3-1 yen...
23.08.2019

Istanbul mayor eyes a "national" prize - ─░stanbul ─░mamo─člu'na dar geliyor

SBS Turkish spoke to journalist Yavuz Oghan about the firing of three pro-Kurdish mayors, the debate over forest fires and the criticism directed at the new Istanbul mayor for taking two holidays in the two months since he took office. Yavuz Oghan said...
23.08.2019

SBS Turkish News - SBS T├╝rk├že Haberler

SBS Turkish Program presents news from Australia, Turkey and the world.Headlines** Prime Minister Scott Morrison calls for calm in southeast Asia ...** Politicians line up to praise former deputy PM, Tim Fisher, who died yesterday after a long battle w...
22.08.2019

SBS Turkish News - SBS T├╝rk├že Haberler

SBS Turkish Program presents news from Australia, Turkey and the world.Headlines** Cardinal George Pell's failed appeal against his conviction on historical child sexual abuse continues to reverberate...** Former Nationals leader Tim Fischer has died a...
22.08.2019

Questions raised over Defence Force deployments - Avustralya askerleri H├╝rm├╝z Bo─čaz─▒'na gidiyor

Australia's latest military deployment to the Strait of Hormuz in the Middle East has raised questions over the legal basis of the operation. The deployment is not authorised by the UN, and an expert in International Law says it could potentially place...
22.08.2019

Vatican 'acknowledges the courtÔÇÖs decision' to dismiss George PellÔÇÖs appeal - Pell'in temyiz ba┼čvurusuna ret

In the wake of George Pell's appeal being dismissed, the community has responded to the Court's decision. The news brought relief to some child abuse survivors; the Church remained neutral, while Pell supporters reiterated his innocence. - George PellÔÇÖ...
22.08.2019

Full-fat milk taken off the 'naughty but nice' list - Tam ya─čl─▒ inek s├╝t├╝ art─▒k yasak de─čil

The Heart Foundation has released new advice on the consumption of dairy, meat and eggs. The updated advice comes following a substantial review of current evidence of the foods' impact on heart health. (AUDIO IN TURKISH)  - Avustralya merkezli Kalp Va...
21.08.2019

SBS Turkish News - SBS T├╝rk├že Haberler

SBS Turkish Program presents news from Australia, Turkey and the world. Headlines ** Cardinal George Pell's appeal against his conviction for historical child sexual offences fails...** Australia to send military power to the Gulf of Hormuz** There are...
21.08.2019

Women still lag behind men when it comes to equal pay - Kad─▒nlar e┼čit ├╝cret s├Âz konusu oldu─čunda erkeklerin gerisinde kal─▒yor

New research shows that AustraliaÔÇÖs gender pay gap has remained at its lowest point in 20 years. But women are still earning on average more than 240 dollars a week less than men each week. - Yeni ara┼čt─▒rmalar, AvustralyaÔÇÖda cinsiyetler aras─▒ ├╝cret far...
21.08.2019

Government accused of dragging its feet on banking reform - H├╝k├╝metten bankac─▒l─▒k sekt├Âr├╝nde kapsaml─▒ reform

The Federal Government has outlined a timeline for implementing the recommendations from the Banking Royal Commission. The Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg already committed to acting on all seventy-six recommendations earlier this year, but the federal oppo...
21.08.2019

Are Australian universities taking risks over Chinese student boom? - Avustralya ├╝niversitelerine ├çinli ├Â─črenci uyar─▒s─▒

A new report is warning Australian universities are enrolling an unsustainable number of foreign students, in particular Chinese, putting institutions' financial viability at risk. It comes as growing concern is voiced by federal politicians about the ...
21.08.2019

Young Muslims will travel across rural Australia - M├╝sl├╝man gen├žler Uluru'ya gidiyor

A passionate group of young Muslims are embarking on a rural expedition to challenge misconceptions about their faith. Dozens of young men from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association will travel from far and wide to meet at Uluru in a tour they hope wi...
20.08.2019

Prevention of domestic violence through playgroups possible - Aile i├ži ┼čiddeti ├Ânlemenin yolu oyun gruplar─▒ndan ge├žiyor

Research suggests family violence in asylum communities is under-researched in Australia. Surmeli Aydogan from Turkish community, runs Preventing Violence in Playgroups project in Melborune. Project started with the views of working with culturally and...
20.08.2019

SBS Turkish News - SBS T├╝rk├že Haberler

SBS Radio Turkish Program presents news from Australia, Turkey and the world. Headlines ** Rallies held in New South Wales as the state's parliament debates a bill to decriminalise abortion**Criticisms against the removal of mayors from the pro-Kurdish...
19.08.2019

SBS Turkish News - SBS T├╝rk├že Haberler

SBS Radio Turkish Program presents news from Australia, Turkey and the world.Headlines** Prime Minister Scott Morrison tells public servants they need to be accountable as he vows to make the bureacratic system smoother....**The Federal Treasurer promi...
19.08.2019

'Meat-free Mondays' controversy - Moreland Belediyesi'nde 'et' tart─▒┼čmas─▒

Moreland councillor Oscar Yildiz angry after the council voted to ban meat on Mondays. - Moreland Belediye Meclis ├ťyesi Oscar Y─▒ld─▒z, belediyede Pazartesi etkinliklerinde et servisi yap─▒lmas─▒n─▒n yasaklanmas─▒n─▒, 'Ye┼čiller'in kendi hayat tarzlar─▒n─▒ di─čer...
19.08.2019

Government confident in the face of recession fears - Federal H├╝k├╝met, 'ekonomik durgunluktan korkmay─▒n' diyor

The federal government is assuring the Australian public the nation's economy is resilient in the face of United States recession fears. The comments come after the stock market plummeted earlier this week, affected by global concerns sparked by a U-S-...
19.08.2019

Climate change forces winemakers to change their ways - ┼×arap ├╝reticileri k├╝resel ─▒s─▒nmaya ayak uydurmak zorunda

Australia's wine industry is on the front line of climate change, and winemakers across the country are being forced to change production techniques to stay viable. Scientists are warning that the increasing challenges to grape-growing  reflect the vul...
19.08.2019

Wallabies disappoint, Turkish leagues begin - T├╝rkiye'de ligler ba┼člad─▒

It was a disappointing weekend for Australia's men's rugby union team. The Turkish football league begins while only a week is left in Victoria's premier league. (AUDIO IN TURKISH) - AuclandÔÇÖdaki ma├ža t├╝rl├╝ umutlarla giden Avustralya rugby milli tak─▒m─▒...
19.08.2019

Families urged to report foreign incomes to Tax Office - Yurtd─▒┼č─▒ gelirlerinizi Avustralya Vergi Ofisi ATO'ya beyan edin

New international data sharing agreements are allowing the Australian Taxation Office [[ATO]] to track money across borders and identify individuals not meeting their obligations. The A-T-O is asking taxpayers receiving foreign incomes to make sure the...
16.08.2019

Pooch protection: The Turkish sheepdogs guarding Aussie livestock - Kangallar AvustralyaÔÇÖdaki vah┼či k├Âpek sorunu i├žin umut oldu!

Australian farmers trying to protect livestock from wild dogs and foxes have found that Anatolian Shepherds, or Kangal dogs, as they are known back in Turkey, are keeping their animals safe like few other breeds. - S├╝r├╝ koruma ve y├Ânetme kabiliyetleri ...
16.08.2019

'Pristine' Arctic snow and ice not quite so pristine, researchers find - Plastik at─▒klar kutuplara ula┼čt─▒

Scientists have discovered the global scourge of pollution extends to some of the most pristine and remote areas of the world. Tiny pieces of plastic have been found in ice cores drilled in the Arctic Circle, potentially threatening marine life and the...
16.08.2019

Pacific Forum ends with watered-down agreement - Pasifik Liderleri Forumu: B├╝y├╝k bal─▒k, k├╝├ž├╝k bal─▒─č─▒ yuttu

Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his Pacific counterparts have released a statement following the Pacific Islands Forum held in Tuvalu. They've reached an agreement on climate action, but it's left Smaller Pacific Nations disappointed. - P...
16.08.2019

Turkey's ruling party celebrates anniversary by forgetting the past - AK Parti y─▒ld├Ân├╝m├╝n├╝ unutarak kutlad─▒

SBS Turkish speaks to journalist Yavuz O─čhan about the open mic scandal featuring a senior union leader and the debate sparked by the selected celebration of ruling AK Party's 8th anniversary. A promotional video features only President Recep Tayyip Er...
16.08.2019

SBS Turkish Sports - SBS T├╝rk├že Spor

In rugby, the Wallabies will look to win their first Bledisloe Cup in 17 years, while the Turkish leagues start from Today. (AUDIO IN TURKISH) - VictoriaÔÇÖdaki premier ligde sona yakla┼č─▒ld─▒.┬áBu hafta T├╝rkiyeÔÇÖde┬áfutbol ligleri ba┼čl─▒yor.┬áRugbyÔÇÖdeyse,┬áAvus...
16.08.2019

SBS Turkish News - SBS T├╝rk├že Haberler

SBS Radio Turkish Program presents news from Australia, Turkey and the world.** Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Pacific leaders negotiate a final communique amid expectation they would reach a stronger agreement on climate change** An Australian man ...
15.08.2019

A special event for Hac─▒ Bekta┼č Veli in Melbourne - Melbourne'de Hac─▒ Bekta┼č Veli Lokmas─▒

Alevi Federation of Australia is organizing a communal meal (Lokma) for Hac─▒ Bektas Veli who is the founder of Anatolian Alevism - Avustralya Alevi Federasyonu, Anadolu Alevili─či'nin kurucusu Hac─▒ Bekta┼č Veli i├žin Melnborune'de 'Lokma' d├╝zenliyor. Alev...
15.08.2019

SBS T├╝rk├že Haberler

SBS Radyosu T├╝rk├že Program─▒'ndan Avustralya, T├╝rkiye ve d├╝nyadan haberler.BA┼×LIKLAR┬á** Sydney'de bir gen├ž kad─▒n─▒ b─▒├žakla ├Âld├╝ren ┼č├╝phelinin bir yak─▒n─▒ olaydan dolay─▒ ├Âz├╝r diledi.** T├╝rkiye'de be┼č g├╝nl├╝k bayram tatili sona erdi.** Avustralya Vergi Daire...
15.08.2019

Senior Catholic says he will refuse to break the seal of the confessional - Ba┼čpiskopos ser verecek, s─▒r vermeyecek

Melbourne's most senior Catholic says he will go to jail rather than tell police if someone told him during confession that they had sexually abused a child. - Melbourne'un en k─▒demli Katolik yetkilisi, g├╝nah ├ž─▒karma s─▒ras─▒nda ├žocuklara cinsel tacizde ...
15.08.2019

Towards a healthier Australia - H├╝k├╝met, daha sa─čl─▒kl─▒ bir Avustralya i├žin kollar─▒ s─▒vad─▒

Health Minister Greg Hunt has unveiled Australia's National Health plan which he hopes will make the nation's health system the best in the world. In particular, the plan lays out how the government intends to address Australia's rising mental health a...
14.08.2019

The benefits of mentoring - Rehberli─čin gen├žler i├žin ├Ânemi b├╝y├╝k

The biggest cause of death for young Australians is suicide. Youth mentoring organisations are calling out for intergenerational mentors to address the concerns of young people before it gets too late. (AUDIO IN TURKISH) - ─░ntihar, Avustralyal─▒ gen├žler...
14.08.2019

Media executives present united front on press freedom - Medya y├Âneticileri bas─▒n ├Âzg├╝rl├╝─č├╝ konusunda senato komitesine konu┼čtu

Senior executives from Australia's major news organisations have presented a united front when they appeared before federal parliament's powerful intelligence and security committee. Media chiefs are demanding changes to laws they say are criminalising...
14.08.2019

''Should be treated if he has a mental health problem'' - '' Ak─▒l sa─čl─▒─č─▒ sorunu varsa tedavi edilmeli ''

Levent Efe talks to Nilg├╝n K─▒l─▒├ž of SBS Radio Turkish Program about Sydney stabbing suspect Mert Ney. Efe also talks about EU asking Australia to stop using names 'fetaÔÇÖ and 'scotch whisky'. - Levent Efe, Avustralya G├╝ndemi s├Âyle┼čisinde, Sidney'de ya┼ča...
14.08.2019

SBS Turkish News - SBS Turkish News

SBS Radio Turkish Program presents news from Australia, Turkey and the world.** Police expected to charge the man accused of yesterday's Sydney C-B-D stabbing attack ...** Hong Kong protesters cause disruptions at the city's International Airport for a...
14.08.2019

Man arrested following Sydney CBD stabbing - Sydney'deki sald─▒r─▒ sonras─▒ bir ki┼či tutukland─▒

Police are expected to charge the man accused of killing a woman with a knife in Sydney's C-B-D. The 21-year-old man is accused of killing a 21-year-old woman at a Clarence Street apartment and of stabbing another woman, who is now in a stable conditio...
14.08.2019

Multibillion-dollar yearly spend needed to support population growth - N├╝fus art─▒┼č─▒n─▒ desteklemek i├žin altyap─▒ya yat─▒r─▒m gerekiyor

An audit of Australia's infrastructure needs is calling for spending of $200 billion every five years  on projects that will enable the country to keep pace with population growth. Infrastructure Australia's report  has found investments in transport i...
14.08.2019

Australian food producers may be banned from using famous names - Avustralya yap─▒m─▒ ├╝r├╝nlerin isimleri de─či┼čebilir

The Federal Government has promised it won't sell out  local producers after issuing a list of regional product names the European Union wants outlawed under a free trade agreement. The list includes cheeses like Fetta and Gruyure but the EU denies the...
13.08.2019

SBS Turkish News - SBS T├╝rk├že Haberler

SBS Radio Turkish Program presents news from Australia, Turkey and the world. - SBS Radyosu T├╝rk├že Program─▒'ndan Avustralya, T├╝rkiye ve d├╝nyadan haberler.Ba┼čl─▒klar┬áHong Kong'da protestolar nedeniyle Hong Kong Uluslararas─▒ Havaliman─▒'nda iptal edildi t├╝...
12.08.2019

WEEKEND SPORT WRAP - Spor haberleri

Bledisloe Cup, AFL and Hume City's Dokerty Cup win. Comment by Bulent Yontem. - Rugby Union Bledisloe Cup, AFL ve Anadoluspor Dokerty Cup ba┼čar─▒s─▒. B├╝lent Y├Ântem yorumlad─▒.
12.08.2019

Sports, shopping, public transport: the places young Australians experience racism - Irk├ž─▒l─▒k hayat─▒n her alan─▒nda var

A survey of almost 800 students has found most know someone close to them who has experienced a racist attack at a professional sporting event. The World Vision survey shows local sporting events are the second-most common place where young people say ...
12.08.2019

Young people putting off driving, using more public transport - Gen├žler daha fazla toplu ta┼č─▒ma arac─▒ kullan─▒rken, araba kullanmaktan ka├ž─▒n─▒yor

A new study has found young people in Australia are putting off getting a driving licence and using public transport more often. An international study led by Monash University compared the travel behavior of young adults at different life stages and i...
12.08.2019

Australia's first conservative politics 'mega' conference draws criticism - Sydney'de d├╝zenlenen muhafazakar konferans─▒ tepkiyle kar┼č─▒land─▒

Dozens of activists have protested outside a high profile conservative conference in Sydney held over the weekend. They were opposing giving a platform to those addressing the Conservative Political Action Conference ÔÇô or CPAC - billed as the biggest g...
9.08.2019

Muslim - Australian students walk Kokoda Track - M├╝sl├╝man ├Â─črenciler Kokoda'da: 'Kokoda y├╝r├╝y├╝┼č parkuru de─čil'

Sirius College Pastoral Care Director Gokhan Ozkan says 8 days walk made students feel more connected to Australia. - Sirius College'dan 10 m├╝sl├╝man k─▒z ├Â─črenci, Avustralya'n─▒n '─░kinci D├╝nya Sava┼č─▒'n─▒n Gelibolu'su olarak de─čerlendirilen Papua Yeni Gine...
9.08.2019

SBS Turkish News - SBS T├╝rk├že Haberler

SBS Radio Turkish Program presents news from Australia, Turkey and the world.Headlines** The bill to decriminalise abortion passes the New South Wales lower house despite some Opposition** The United Nations urges India and Pakistan to act with restrai...
8.08.2019

Turkish politics focused on trees of Kaz Mountains - Siyaset kaz da─člar─▒na odakland─▒

The SBS Radio Turkish program speaks to journalist Yavuz O─čhan about the debate over who is to blame for the approval of a gold mine in the beautiful Kaz Mountains. He also talked about the changes in the way the media watchdog works, the former deputy...
8.08.2019

SBS Turkish Sports - SBS T├╝rk├že Spor

The Wallabies take on the world champion New Zealand All Blacks this weekend as Australia prepares for the Rugby World Cup later this year. The English Premier League returns to action.(AUDIO IN TURKISH) - Avustralya rugby milli tak─▒m─▒, d├╝nya kupas─▒ ├Ân...
8.08.2019

International Day of the WorldÔÇÖs Indigenous Peoples celebrates languages - D├╝nya yerli dillerini kutluyor

A celebration of languages spoken by Indigenous communities is the focus of this yearÔÇÖs International Day of the WorldÔÇÖs Indigenous Peoples, held on Friday, August 9th. In Australia, the majority of Indigenous languages are in danger of being lost fore...
8.08.2019

SBS Turkish News - SBS T├╝rk├že Haberler

SBS Radio Turkish Program presents news from Australia, Turkey and the world. - SBS Radyosu T├╝rk├že Program─▒'ndan Avustralya, T├╝rkiye ve d├╝nyadan haberler.** Amerika Birle┼čik Devletleri ve T├╝rkiye Suriye'nin kuzeyinde olu┼čturulacak g├╝venli b├Âlge konusun...