Filmed in ultra slow-motion, 48 collisions are recorded between dancers, boxers, martial artists, gymnasts, football players, wrestlers and street culture enthusiasts.
Art Nation pays tribute to Margaret Olley, one of Australia's most loved and enduring artists, who passed away in Sydney this week at the age of 88. Art Nation will screen the 2002 documentary Miss Olley, in which Margaret and her friend Barry Humphries reflect on her life and career. Together the pair take tea and explore the Aladdin's cave that is her home and studio as she talks candidly about the direct connection between her life and her art.
Lucette Aldous, Marilyn Rowe and Marilyn Jones were prima ballerinas in the 1970s, when Peggy van Praagh was artistic director at the Australian Ballet. Award-winning filmmaker Michelle Mahrer celebrates their passion for dance.
Choirmaster Gareth Malone has been given the task of finding 50 teenagers from across East Sussex, to sing on the main stage of one of the world's most prestigious opera houses, Glyndebourne in the UK.
This documentary tells the story of the Ballet Russes de Monte Carlo, revealing the power games, rivalries and tribulations that marked its turbulent history.
In the second programme Gareth has his chorus of 50 teens. To prepare them for their time at Glyndebourne, Gareth takes his chorus to the Royal Opera House to see Puccini's La Boheme. Many know absolutely nothing about opera - it's an inspiring experience.
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