Anh invites groundbreaking singer-songwriter Archie Roach to the studio to tell his story as a member of the Stolen Generation. He shares how music and soul mate Ruby saved him from a life of anger on the streets.
Anh is joined by one of the founding fathers of emergency medicine: Dr Gordian Fulde. He shares the moments from the front line of one of Australia's busiest emergency departments that have shaped his world view.
Anh invites TV's golden girl Georgie Parker to share her story. She opens up about life with scoliosis, her family's iconic furniture business and how a dear friend's death taught her about life.
'Little Boy Lost' Saroo Brierley joins Anh to share his remarkable story of how catching the wrong train can take you to the right station. It's the adventure which was turned into the Hollywood film Lion.
Alan Jones is Australia's most influential broadcaster. He shares stories from his humble childhood. What will he think of 'the Alan' that Anh sees and captures on canvas?
TV personality Deborah Hutton joins Anh for an engaging chat about her unusual childhood and shares stories of the men and women who shaped her life. Anh hopes to capture her iridescent charisma in his portrait.
This documentary follows a Chinese political artist in exile, Badiucao, in his clandestine bid to stop the Communist regime's whitewashing of history and abuse of human rights - in the process risking his family's freedom.
Australian showbiz icon Dannii Minogue invites Anh to step into her world for a surprisingly revealing chat about growing up in the public eye and the challenges she has faced working, loving and parenting in the spotlight.
Michel Lawrence investigates the human world in art, specifically the art of portraiture. Gallerist Stuart Purves establishes the scene with his firmly held belief that portraiture is really a battle between artist and subject which he likens to 'war'. The major Archibald winning portrait artists Lewis Miller, Del Kathryn Barton and Louise Hearman all talk about what drives their work and how they approach their own typically idiosyncratic styles. They reveal their own highly personal journeys for their art.
Anh's joined by anti-violence advocate Walter Mikac. He shares memories of his wife and two children before their lives were devastatingly cut short at Port Arthur.
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?
Gus Casely-Hayford and actress Dame Harriet Walter venture into the world of Walter Sickert, an artist who revelled in the life of music halls and popular entertainment. From the seedy underworld of London's Camden to the English seaside they embark on a journey full of twists and turns discovering a truly eccentric man with multiple personas. Harriet Walter shared her highly personal insight into the world of performing, which Sickert was so fascinated by as a former actor himself.
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?
Gus Casley-Hayford is joined by actor Robert Lindsay as they explore the landscapes that inspired Victorian painter William Holman Hunt. This journey of discovery takes Gus and Robert from the cliffs of the Sussex coast to the backs-streets of Chelsea as they venture into the world of the pre-raphelite brotherhood the group of young men who started an art revolution and became obsessed with their muses. These men, led by Holman Hunt railed against The Royal Academy and changed British Art forever.
Join Alison Carroll, as she looks beyond the immediate, the new and the different. East Asian art, which the West finds so exciting, has emerged from a variety of traditions, some Asian, some European, some American.
Andrew Graham-Dixon concludes his exploration of German art by investigating the dark and difficult times of the 20th century. Dominating the landscape is the figure of Adolf Hitler - failed artist, would-be architect and obsessed with the aesthetics of his 1000-year Reich. In a series of extraordinary building projects and exhibitions, Hitler waged a propaganda war against every kind of modern art as a prelude to unleashing total war on the whole of Europe. After the war the shadow of the Third Reich persisted, Germany remained divided and traumatised. How would artists deal with a past that everybody wanted to forget? From the work of Otto Dix and George Grosz and the age of the Bauhaus to the post-war painters Georg Baselitz, Hilla Becher and the conceptual artist Joseph Beuys is a long strange journey, but the signs are there that art has a place at the heart of the new reunited Germany.
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