Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra and Chorus performs Sergei Prokofiev's Symphony No.7 in C-sharp minor, Op. 131. Completed the year before his 1953 death, Symphony No.7 was Prokofiev's last symphony.
The remote community of the Tiwi Islands, located 80km north of the Australian mainland, has a thriving LGBT community known as the Sistergirls. More than five percent of the Tiwi population identify as a Sistergirl with most of them living publicly as women and observing local Indigenous traditions. In this episode, VICE embeds with the Sistergirls to explore the intersection of traditional culture and gender identity. This documentary explores the push-pull the Sistergirls experience living on their remote Tiwi home, while wanting to find love in the city and start families of their own.
First into the tank are supremely fit gym owners seeking investment in their chocolate supplements. Next, a couple pitch their foldable cart venture. Plus, will a young entrepreneur entice the Sharks?
First in the tank are twin sisters looking for investment in their online beauty business. Next, a married couple see if the Shark's are willing to bite into their beef jerky venture.
First in the tank is a 33-year-old looking for investment in her food business, Be Fit Food. Next, three mates pitch their Beer Pal app. Finally, will the Sharks bite on a motorcycle adventure business?
This program provides the likeable, British-born pundit a unique platform to offer up his singular perspective and distinct voice to any number of social, political or existential issues.
Mr E is an enigmatic vigilante courier delivering packages that need to be hidden from an oppressive government, who monitor everything. But what will happen when the government catches on to Mr E's mischievous movements?
First in the tank, a duo from Melbourne seeking investment in their online greeting card business. Next, a 26-year-old looking to expand his mobile gym venture. Finally, a couple pitch their food brand.
First into the tank is Kjetil Hansen with a vegetarian seasoning that makes everything taste like bacon. Later, a dedicated animal lover seeks investment in his rescue app.
The Blue Cross, one of the UK's leading animal welfare charities, undergoes the Undercover Boss treatment as Kim Hamilton takes a turn cleaning dog kennels and helping cats give birth. Having previously spent over 20 years climbing the ranks in banking Kim Hamilton now uses her business skills in the charitable sector. But ditching her suits for scrubs requires a different skill set, and hiding her identity from the staff and volunteers, who are the backbone of the charity, is even tougher. Can she pose as a volunteer without being unmasked, and what lessons will she learn that could shape the future of the charity?
Artist Andrew Rogers puts the finishing touches to his Rhythms of Life project and creates a sculpture in Antarctica that is so big it can be seen from space.
Has 24-year-old Jade found a gap in the beauty market? Can a Queensland entrepreneur entice the Sharks into his invention? Can an online mattress business secure a half-million dollar investment?
Following Tickled, this documentary features previously unseen footage documenting the bizarre and unsettling things that happen to filmmakers David Farrier and Dylan Reeve as their film premieres at festivals and theatres.
First up in the Tank, a 28-year-old man seeks investment in his lactose-free coconut milk ice-cream business. Later, the founders of a booking app that links customers with stylists and salons.
A little girl falls into a puddle that leads to a mysterious watery world.
We look back at the incredible eight weeks our guitarists had from the first audition all the way to the winners triumphant performance on the main stage at Latitude Festival, in front of thousands. We recap all of the live performances and the extra special moments when they got to meet their guitar heroes, including George Benson and Tony Iommi. This episode is full of previously unseen footage including extra mentor sessions with guitar greats Milos and Jon Gomm, as well as new performance tracks from Lianne La Havas and jazz legend George Benson at Ronnie Scotts. And, of course, it follows the guitarists as they strum their way through every success and failure, while enjoying the guitar experience of a lifetime. It all ends at Latitude Festival with the final three battling it out for the coveted slot, playing with a full backing band, on the main stage in front of thousands.
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