The Dancer’s Body
The Dancer’s Body, a series of three documentary programmes exploring the science and the art of dance, was first broadcast by the BBC in 2002. The series was an experiment in ”cross-genre” television production, intended to break down conventional barriers between the arts, medicine, science, factual and entertainment programming. It was presented by the former principal dancer of the Royal Ballet School in London, Deborah Bull, and won the International Dance Screen Award in the same year.
Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch
The Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. Show
Sesam stasjon was a Norwegian children’s television series that ran on NRK1 based on Sesame Street. It quickly became the most popular children’s show in Norway after its début in…