A great week for dance music TV, which saw Channel 4 team up with Resident Advisor to document Carl Cox's final season at Space, TV One celebrate the life of our dear friend Frankie Knuckles and BBC Two tell the tale of Soul II Soul frontman Jazzie B. Check them out...
Channel 4 / RA: Carl Cox - Space is the place
Following Carl Cox across his final ever full season in Ibiza, this is the story of a clubbing icon coming to terms with the next phase of his career, and of a clubbing island facing up to an uncertain future.
Unsung: Frankie Knuckles and The Roots of House Music
Exploring the birth and rise of House music and the career of its biggest legend, Frankie Knuckles.
Pete Tong & The Heritage Orchestra - Live @ The O2
Following the success of the Ibiza Proms last year, Pete Tong and The Heritage Orchestra took the Classic House concept on a sold out tour of the UK, including a huge show at The O2. Another must-watch.
The Soul II Soul frontman tells his Back to Life tale of the decade, an against-the-odds story of a young black British musician and entrepreneur in a time of mass unemployment and radical social change.
And a couple of classics from the vault for good measure...
2001: Pump Up The Volume
Taking you back to where it all started, this is the history of house music in two hours, featuring the likes of Paul Okenfold, Carl Cox, Pete Tong, Armand Van Helden and many more.
2006: The Summer Of Rave - 1989
A classic BBC documentary on the development of rave culture in the United Kingdom during the summer of 1989.
And if you need some timeless house music for your collection, look no further...