35 films Found
The Greek wildfires of 2018 were a final injustice inflicted on a people already crippled by a decade of severe austerity. SBS heads to the disaster stricken area to pay witness to the suffering.
During an unusually mild and wet summer, how did a wildfire manage to claim the lives of 99 people in the Greek seaside haven of Mati? Is climate change or years of austerity to blame?
The removal of the Elgin Marbles from the Parthenon in the early 1800s has long been a source of disharmony between the British and the Greeks. Today, the debate rages ever fiercer.
Since Greece legalised surrogacy in 2002, it has become a global hub of reproductive tourism. The surrogacy industry has never been so profitable, but has the commodification of women's bodies gone too far?
Every week up to 2000 migrants land on the Greek island Kos. Just 5km from Turkey it's a route to the EU previously little exploited. Now rich holiday makers share the idyllic beaches with desperate immigrants.
As Eurozone leaders reach an agreement on the Greek debt crisis, this report goes on the ground in Athens to trace how a country can run out of cash, and what bankruptcy means for its people.
This behind-the-scenes report charts the rise and rise of Syriza in the run up to their historic win at the Greek polls. Intimate access to party activists and leaders reveals how the anti-austerity party won over Greece in 22 days.
In June, Greek public broadcaster ERT was unceremoniously shut down by its troubled government. Three TV channels, over 20 radio stations, a choir and two orchestras were lost, along with 2600 jobs.