Singer-songwriter Tolliver rocks the house with a performance at TED of “Say What!” and “Nervous.” Tolliver’s music is a mix of soul, funk, pop and camp that’s as funny as it is soul-baring.
India’s red sandalwood is one of the most expensive timbers in the world. It is also an endangered species. An international black-market trade in it has decimated valuable forests, with armies of smugglers terrorising local law enforcement. One man stands accused of being at the top of the trade – Sahul Hameed.
In this 101 East documentary we meet India’s women wrestlers and boxers who are battling for their rights in and out of the sporting arena.
The Sea Won’t Scare Us is a documentary film by Camille Toulme and Julien Goudichaud.
After fleeing the war in Ukraine, a nine-year-old chess prodigy and his mother adjust to their new life in Britain.
With her glorious concoction of classic, deep and soulful house the senses are stimulated. Throw in some disco vocal house and the purge of inhibition is sensationally encouraged. The result; experiencing those moments of musical joy without reservation. MaZin Grace has one aim; to enthral you with the music and leave you wanting more. Watch her Live DJ Set streaming Worldwide on Millennium TV – Saturday 5th August 2023 at 7pm UK.
Rwanda’s Amasunzu hairstyles are eye-catching sculptures of dramatic shapes, peaks and shaved partings. These once-famous styles were worn as a form of identity in pre-colonial times, with each hair design communicating information, messages and stories. The tradition died out but is making a comeback.
Lassina Koné is a dancer, choreographer and the artistic director of his contemporary dance company Don Sen Folo, meaning “first dance steps”. He wants to raise the profile of dance in Mali and also integrate traditional dances into his modern choreography.
Could North Korea’s next ruler be a woman? North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s sister, Kim Yo-jong, has an increasingly prominent role in the communist regime and some observers believe she is his natural successor. This 101 East documentary investigates North Korea’s most powerful woman.
Australia’s thylacine has been extinct for almost 100 years, but a group of the country’s scientists say they will have it roaming the wilds again in a matter of years. This 101 East documentary meets the scientists behind the ambitious project to bring thylacine back to life.
The number of rhinos in Nepal has grown to 752. The rise is attributed to one of the world’s toughest anti-poaching approaches, mixed with innovative community-based conservation efforts. This 101 East documentary investigates one of the greatest conservation success stories in Asia and asks if it is sustainable.
Watch the trailer for Offside which captures the commitment, passion and comradery of a female Polish football team during their grueling, but critical pre-season training as their coach, sets the foundation for the new season ahead by pushing them to new limits.
Watch the trailer for Funke, coming soon to Millennium Extra. This is the story of Funke, a young Nigerian girl who wants to play football for the country. The story is set in 1996 in Nigeria. A personal story of struggle and inspiration as she tries to convince her family and friends to allow her to achieve her dream.