We meet two sets of twins who are friends while they are playing in the park. They describe their similarities and differences.
Join Kiruna and Abi as they explore different rhythms and movement, go on a colourful egg hunt, and take the toys shopping for ballet shoes. Through The Windows we take a look at two best friends who love to dance.
Join Kaeng and Luke as they explore different ways to say hello, dress up as animals and make animal noises, make a bag, and play a Simon Says game with different languages. Through The Windows we take a trip to the zoo.
Waldemar Januszczak embarks on an investigation to unveil the identity of the two most tangible faces in William Dobson's work, adopting the telling symbolisms to uncover the mysterious relationship behind the old and younger man. Seldom does the river Thames subside in art, with it's distinct meanders and murky waters often filling the frame. Waldemar exploits how the subtlety of the river unifies and reveals the identity of these two unlikely associates.