The Thin White Duke. Ziggy Stardust. Major Tom. Aladdin Sane. The artist sometimes known as David Bowie has gone by many different names during his 50 years as a musician, with a flexible approach to music and art that has seen him continually move with the times while producing albums that themselves refuse to age. From his reign as The King of Glam to later glories as the toast of MTV, his restless creativity has ensured he has always remained relevant as a musician. Now, learn the truth behind some of the most legendary tales in rock 'n' roll, from Bowie's first trip to New York to visit Andy Warhol and the Velvet Underground, to the drug-fuelled psychosis of 'Station To Station', an album he still has no memory of recording. This look back on a career like no other in showbiz features contributions from esteemed music journalists, childhood friends, biographers, photographers and fellow rock stars, and includes scenes from some of Bowie's most celebrated acting roles as well as excerpts from key interviews with the man himself.