Barry Humphries casts off his Dame Edna Everage mantle to read from his hilarious autobiography in his own voice.
He recalls his early days in Melbourne.
Melbourne offers Humphries a glimpse of a better world through music as he demonstrates his flair for composition.
Humphries grows up into a dissolute artist and begins to develop ideas for the future.
The 60s see Humphries on the road to success - and drinking far too much.
A meeting with Salvador Dali confirms Barry's rise to fame, but celebrity can be a two-edged sword.