In 1990, seven young male dancers joined Madonna on her most controversial tour. Twenty-five years later they reveal the truth about life after the tour. A dramatic tale about overcoming shame and finding the courage to be who you are.
Ballroom dancing is the ultimate traditional sport. With a reputation for being overtly heterosexual and inflexible rules that bar same-sex couples from competitions, it should be the last sport on earth in which gay men and lesbians would participate. But at a small studio in Melbourne a passionate group of same sex ballroom dancers is defying the rules.
ABBA: Bang a Boomerang tells the inside story of Australia's colossal '70s crush on the Swedish supergroup ABBA and their music, and how this unequalled and enduring fan-worship changed them and us forever.
Get an inside look at the creative process with this premiere series of in-depth interviews with the leading figures in the arts world. Artistic Director of the Bangarra Dance Theatre discusses his love for Indigenous dance.
Robyn Archer has gone from a Housing Commission suburb of Adelaide to the Festival Hall in London. As a cabaret singer, she mixes high art with low culture. As a child with chronic asthma, she faced death, and dosed up on adrenaline. As a committed feminist lesbian, she credits the men in her life with creating her career opportunities. Robyn Archer believes in saying yes to everything.
Follows the bearded Austrian star in the 40-day lead-up of preparations for her Eurovision winning performance. Conchita takes on gruelling studio sessions, fashion designers and personal contact with sharp critics. We see Conchita as she draws on her friends and family for support - including a special visit from her grandma. But Conchita's intensive schedule takes its toll and pushes the sensitive artist to her physical limits.