Summary: 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.
We have obtained the latest news and current affairs from Cyprus by SBS Radio Turkish Program's correspondent Mr Hasan Hastürer
2012 London Olympics wrap after day 13.
World famous, award winner at the Cannes Film Festival, Turkish short film Sessiz (Silence) is going to be screened in the Melbourne Film Festival on 12th August 2012.
Latest sports news from Turkey, Australia and the World.
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Facebook is facing criticism for the way it responded to complaints about a page that contained racially abusive messages about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
2012 London Olympics wrap after day 12
Our correspondent, BBC Turkish broadcaster Mr Seref Isler is reporting on Olympics from London.