After its initial launch at London's Dominion Theatre, the musical would go on to become a global phenomenon.
This week's episode revisits the phenomenal, star-studded Freddie Mercury tribute concert of April 1992.
The initial foundation of the unique Queen sound can be traced back to the days of Smile, where Roger Taylor and Brian May first played together.
This week's episode highlights five classic tracks composed by the band’s inimitable lead singer, Freddie Mercury
This week's instalment examines how the legendary band were also innovators when it came to throwing legendary soirees.
The latest in the band's on-going archival series again revisits the band’s sensational and record-breaking ‘Magic Tour’ of 1986.
On this landmark tour, the band undertook 26 performances at twenty separate locations in the UK and nine European countries over an eight-week period.
This week's instalment examines the band's collaboration with director Russell Mulcahy on the 1986 fantasy movie.
The week's episode recounts recounts the story of a classic hit that ended up being finished with help from a Chinese takeaway menu.
Each released will feature an A-side representing a hit song and the B-side a deep cut written by each individual band member.
This beautifully unassuming ballad, originally tucked away on the 'A Night At The Opera' album has become a cornerstone of the band's live shows.
The latest in the band's on-going archival series celebrates the evolution of Freddie Mercury as the ultimate showman.
This week’s episode examines the background to the band’s Roger Taylor-penned classic.
The latest episode in the series examines the band's approach to promo making, which resulted in some memorable blockbuster clips.
This week's episode examines the band's legendary collaboration with David Bowie in 1981.