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What time is Neighbours on?

Neighbours is shown on Channel 5 every weekday at 1.45pm and 5.30pm.

You can also catch up on the latest Neighbours episodes on My5.

See our TV Guide to make sure you never miss an episode! Or check our TV tonight highlights for an edited list of what to watch on telly this evening.

Our Neighbours coverage

What’s On TV gives you the latest Neighbours spoilers, news stories and fan reactions. Plus our soap experts often gain exclusive interviews with key Neighbours cast members.

We make sure that you’re always fully up to date on any cast changes, plot developments and Neighbours spoilers!

We also create biographies of the soap’s key stars like Ryan Moloney, who has played the legendary Toadie Rebecchi since 1995.

You will never miss any Neighbours spoilers, news and gossip with What’s On TV if you bookmark this page.

When did Neighbours start?

Who could have predicted that Neighbours would become Australia’s most successful TV export? The cult soap, which first aired on BBC1 in 1986, reached a combined audience of 19 million for its lunchtime and teatime screenings at its peak in 1990.

Why do people love Neighbours?

Neighbours has always offered some very different to British soaps, not least the wonderful weather!

It focuses on life at the end of an Australian cul-de-sac called Ramsay Street in the fictional suburb of Erinsborough. The families who live on Ramsay Street lead intertwined lives and are constantly swanning in and out of each other’s houses, falling in love and dealing with all of life’s little problems.

Some of the residents of Ramsay Street have become international stars. The marriage of Scott Robinson (Jason Donovan) and Charlene Mitchell (Kylie Minogue) and their accompanying duet, Especially For You, marked a turning point in the soap’s popularity, from niche daytime TV into mainstream cultural icon.

Other characters on the show were almost as popular: the resident curtain-twitcher, Mrs Mangel and her goofy son, Joe; the stuffy but kind Harold Bishop, who made TV history by mysteriously reappearing five years after he was washed away to sea; and ruthless businessman Paul Robinson.

Neighbours reached a milestone in 1997 when Helen Daniels died. Her departure marked the arrival of new families: the Martins, Starks and Willises, and later the Hancocks, Scullys and Kennedys.

There’s no end to the drama on Ramsay Street, and most recently Finn Kelly’s reign of terror had viewers gripped in some of the most brilliant episodes the soap has ever seen to mark the show’s 35th anniversary.

Neighbours has remained among the most popular shows on daytime television and has launched the careers of international stars such as Guy Pearce, Natalie Imbruglia, Holly Valance, Delta Goodrem and Alan Dale.