Bridie was born with significant visual impairment. With the support of her partner, she is an active member of Ballroom Fit, where she learns ballroom dancing along with others with a range of different abilities.
Australian Ballet: 50th Anniversary Gala
To celebrate 50 years of performance the artists of The Australian Ballet are joined by renowned dancers from around the world to present an unforgettable gala of world-class ballet.
Australian Ballet: Romeo and Juliet
Graeme Murphy reimagines Romeo and Juliet for a striking ballet filmed at the Sydney Opera House.
Australian Story - Leaps And Bounds
Australian Story follows the Queensland Ballet's attempts to stage Sir Kenneth MacMillan's famous ballet, Romeo and Juliet, under the critical eye of his widow, Lady Deborah MacMillan. Introduced by actor David Wenham.
Memphis Majic takes a look at the DNA of Memphis through the lens of a 30-year old Memphis-born street dance called Jookin.
Jazz @ Metropolis
Jazz @ Metropolis takes us around the globe to see a review of an outstanding Jazz event whether it be a tour, film or exhibition.
International Jazz Day Melbourne (2019)
Over thirty musicians and jazz legends from around the world including James Morrison and Herbie Hancock, come together for an extraordinary concert in Melbourne's iconic Hamer Hall.
Ray Charles: Live at the Montreux Jazz Festival
Soul music pioneer Ray Charles performs with the Raelettes and his orchestra, led by sax player Al Jackson, at the 1997 Montreaux Jazz Festival.
Jazz Loft According to W. Eugene Smith (2015)
The inside story of how the Eurovision Song Contest became the most popular live musical event on the planet and how it helped to build a new Europe. A decade after the end of the Second World War, Marcel Besançon, a Swiss exec working for the European Broadcasting Union, had the idea to stage a live pan-European singing competition to promote the nascent television services of western Europe.
Rock Legends - Jazz Rock (S10E10)
Jazz rock grows out of the artistically ambitious rock subgenres of the late 1960s and early 1970s, and includes extensive improvisation; exploring the music of artists Steely Dan, the Doobie Brothers and Boz Scaggs.