Beloved comedian, author and two-time Archibald Prize-winning artist Anh Do returns to paint and interview another line-up of extraordinary stars. This episode, Anh paints actress Leah Purcell.
Musical comedy maestro Tim Minchin joins Anh to share his ascent from a "chubby and asthmatic" Perth boy to critical acclaim and box office success on the world stage. Can Anh capture his wit and intensity?
Anh is joined by Lindy Chamberlain. Her wrongful conviction for the death of her daughter Azaria in 1980 is etched into our national psyche. Can Anh capture her strength and humanity?
From the age of five, Michael Clarke dreamt of playing for Australia. Hear the personal stories behind the headlines that made him a poster boy of modern cricket. How will Anh capture his determination and schoolboy charm?
Anh is joined by Australian screen legend Sigrid Thornton for an intimate chat about the people and moments that have shaped her life, world-view and career. Will Anh be able to capture her range and her warmth?
Dr Karl shared his passion for life and science with Australians for decades. He shares the story that led him to broadcasting while Anh endeavours to capture his natural curiosity and enthusiasm on canvas.
Superstar basketballer Lauren Jackson was born to play the game. She joins Anh to talk about the realities of life as an elite athlete with an international career. Anh hopes to capture her strong persona and femininity.
John Williamson joins Anh to share his journey from farm to fame as a songwriter and performer with a passion for everything Australian. Anh wants to capture the wisdom and warmth of this quintessential Aussie bloke.
Surgeon Munjed Al Muderis shares his journey from Iraq to outback detention centre, and the career he's since built. Anh Do admires Munjed's self-belief and optimism and hopes to capture a sense of that.
Popular broadcaster Carrie Bickmore joins Anh with stories from her life, sharing how she has dealt with personal tragedy and triumph in the public eye. Can Anh capture her warmth and spirit?
AFL legend Adam Goodes shares the personal experiences that shaped his very public stand against racism in the final years of his football career, and the emotional toll it took. How will Anh capture his strength and his purpose?
Comedian, author and artist Anh Do paints prominent high-profile personalities, capturing not only their likeness but their spirit. In this episode, Anh paints peace campaigner and London bombing survivor, Gill Hicks.
Terri Irwin has raised her children through public grief after the death of her husband, 'Crocodile Hunter' Steve Irwin. She speaks to Anh Do, who hopes to capture her dignity and her drive as she continues Steve's legacy.
Anh paints Gold Logie-winning actor and passionate crusader in the fight against cancer, Samuel Johnson. The Molly star opens up about a life and career plagued by immeasurable loss and personal tragedy.
Anh paints burns specialist and 2005 Australian of the Year Fiona Wood. The daughter of a Yorkshire miner became one of our greatest medical minds and inspires Anh with her enthusiasm and optimism.
Anh's guest is veteran actor and loveable rogue Jack Charles. Jack has a chequered past of crime and addiction - how will Anh portray this child of the Stolen Generation's wisdom and loneliness?
Anh's guest is household name and acclaimed performer Tina Arena, who shares with him her journey from child star to international success, and the challenges and sacrifices that have shaped her.
Anh Do gets up close and personal with famous Australians as he paints their portrait. In this episode, one of Australia's funniest and most popular performers Magda Szubanski reveals the amazing stories of her family history.
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