Hayley learns how to perform in male drag for the first time in her life.
Hayley takes a look at the ways we can live without the unnecessary plastic packaging that fills up our lives.
April 2020: Police enter a house in Tottenham. It’s the family home of rapper Wretch 32.
Reporter Daniel Henry speaks to the British organizers who were inspired by the events that followed the death of George Floyd.
Lauren Batchelder endured a sustained tirade of online abuse after she questioned Trump about his attitudes to women at a political event.
Hayley finds out the alarming truth about where our used and thrown away clothes end up.
. . Full documentary on iPlayer: https://www.bbc.co.uk/tv/bbcthree The art of voguing is alive and well in the North West. Some of the stars of its scene explain the origins of their tradition as they prepare for the legendary Manchester Vogue Ball. Transcript provided by YouTube: 00:00 if time we brought the icons back…
The coronavirus is the biggest threat this country has faced.
Why I Dance by Curtis Pritchard.
There’s a deep-rooted fighting culture in some parts of Devon and Cornwall, both in and out of the boxing ring. We follow Joshua who is turning his life around and returning to boxing, now that he has something more in his life to fight for.
Why I Dance by Tom.
Ally talks about the nature of gender as a social construct.
Plus-Sized In Wales.
Why I Dance by Graziano Di Prima.
“Why I Dance” by Johannes Radebe.
“Why I Dance” by Todrick Hall.