This episode explores how the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York fundamentally changed how comic books are written and superheroes are portrayed.
Jack Thompson is an icon of film and TV. After a difficult start to life, Jack found his voice in Breaker Morant, The Man From Snowy River, and many more iconic films. Can Anh capture his charisma and warmth?
Three artists from Makassar, Indonesia, and three artists from Yirrkala, East Arnhem Land, reconnect a 400-year-old trade relationship through art.
The story of how the world's first superhero came to be and how Superman's creators fought for years to receive proper credit and compensation.
As a child, Sophie Delezio survived two horrific accidents. Now an independent and optimistic 18-year-old, she refuses to let disability hold her back. Anh hopes to capture her stoicism and joy on the canvas.
A portrait of world-renowned Australian artist Patricia Piccinini, famous for her bizarre creatures. See a pivotal moment of change as she creates a new body of work that includes Skywhale - a massive hot air balloon.
As comic books became popular and male superheroes rose to stardom, one man created a feminist superhero inspired by both his wife and his mistress.
Follow the journey of an Indigenous photographer as she travels through time. She witnesses moments in her family's history and strengthens her connection to her Metis, Cree and Anishnaabe ancestors.
Anh is joined by champion cyclist Anna Meares. From her upbringing as a coal miner's daughter to winning Olympic gold, she opens up about her near-death injury, personal loss, family sacrifice, and record-breaking triumph.
Jack Kirby and Stan Lee invented Marvel's most beloved characters. But was it Kirby's artwork or Lee's bravado and writing that started a revolution?
Dr Richard Harris is a medical hero. When a soccer team became trapped in a Thai cave in 2018, the South Australian anaesthetist played a pivotal role in getting them out. How will Anh portray his courageous spirit?
Lisa Wilkinson is a powerhouse of the Australian media. From her first break as editor of Dolly to life in the spotlight on commercial TV, how will Anh capture her warmth, humility, and fighting spirit?
This is a bold and exciting feature documentary that encapsulates a momentous period in the history of Russia and the Russian avant-garde.
In the second part of Mary Beard's essay on the Nude, Mary looks at how artists have rejected 'the body beautiful', challenging viewers to question what it is to be human.
With distinctive wit and flair, Mary Beard takes a personal view of the nude in western art, and its troubling power to provoke ideas about gender, sex and moral transgression.
An approaching storm and dramatic sky set the mood for this unique seascape. Bob Ross uses a canvas painted half black and half white.
Truly picture perfect. A bright day and still water combine to make amazing mirrored images throughout this Bob Ross mountain masterpiece.
Swim in the warm water, nap in the luxurious green grass. This episode, Bob Ross creates a wonderful summer mountain scene.
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