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Hong Kong is an intoxicating city. So much buzz and activity every hour of the night and day. As the RAD's Genée International Ballet Competition returned there, we go out into theatres, hotels and studios - and onto the streets - to capture enthusiastic dance throughout the day.
We also go behind the scenes at the Genée to ask how judges choose between the committed and talented young dancers - and whether the audience agrees with them!
We explore a project widening access to students with disabilities, and swap notes with a teacher of young children and a ballet master from English Nationaly Ballet. We also meet the activists who dance against hardline regumes, while star dancer Sergei Polunin discusses Disney's spectacular new Nutcracker film.
24 - hour dance city
Hong Kong is a city that never sleeps - and never stops dancing. We follow the action from morning to midnight.
How do judges at a major ballet competition choose between technical precision and artistic charisma? Do audiences agree? We report from the Genée in Hong Kong.
When and Iranian schoolgirl was arrested for posting videos of herself dancing, it made the heaslines. Meet the dance activists hoping to change the world.
Off the wall
No one moved like Michael Jackson. But what made him an icon of dance as well as music?
Access all areas
How can dance teahcers welcome students with disabilities to their classes? A pioneering research project may have the answers.
Disney's spectacular new fantasy film is based on The Nutcracker. Sergei Polunin takes us behind the scenes.
An RAD teacher of very young children and a ballet master at a leading ballet company visit each other's classes. What will they share?