Koby Martin’s arresting canvases are saturated with emotion. He paints his life experiences, confronting difficult subject matter head on, including leaving Ghana as a teenager and the death of his father.
The majestic Martial Eagles, once a common sight in the savannahs of Southern Africa, are in decline. Will the trailblazing population, building their nests in the county’s power lines, be the salvation of the species or hasten their path towards extinction?
This series shows how a movement shapes, and is shaped by, its cultural surroundings. In the late 80s, the art world was shaken by the YBAs. Alongside Britpop, Cool Britannia and heroin chic, The Young British Artists defined the era as garish and unapologetic.
We’ve taken our hyper-connected, fast-paced global society for granted, but life as we know it is changing. We’re going back in time to see what it’s like to detach yourself from modernity. In this series, we meet people who are doing things their own way and forging alternative lifestyles, off-grid and close to the land.
In the second episode of ‘Behind The Lens’, Julien Temple recalls how a chance encounter with The Sex Pistols ignited his filmmaking career; diverting him from the lecture halls at Cambridge to London’s grimy dance floors, warehouses and studios.