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Renaissance Secrets

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2008-10-24 22:00:00
Venice - Second Hand City: The city of Venice had a mythical status during the Renaissance. Professor John Guy, a Tudor historian, goes to Venice to look at what lay behind the myth.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2008-10-24 21:00:00
Venice - Second Hand City: The city of Venice had a mythical status during the Renaissance. Professor John Guy, a Tudor historian, goes to Venice to look at what lay behind the myth.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2008-09-08 06:00:00
Open University. [AA305] Mystery of the Marriage: The Arnolfini Marriage is one of the most famous paintings in the world - but experts are asking if they've got anything right at all.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2008-09-08 05:00:00
Open University. [AA305] Mystery of the Marriage: The Arnolfini Marriage is one of the most famous paintings in the world - but experts are asking if they've got anything right at all.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2007-03-09 09:45:00
Venice - Second Hand City: The city of Venice had a mythical status during the Renaissance. Professor John Guy, a Tudor historian, goes to Venice to look at what lay behind the myth.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2007-02-21 09:20:00
Open University. [AA305] Mystery of the Marriage: A new discovery about one of the most famous Renaissance paintings in the world has left experts wondering about its true meaning.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2007-02-18 15:00:00
Open University. What did Gutenberg Invent? Johannes Gutenberg was hailed as the greatest pioneer in the invention of printing, but new evidence undermines traditional thinking.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-12-10 00:10:00
Venice - Second Hand City: The city of Venice had a mythical status during the Renaissance. Professor John Guy, a Tudor historian, goes to Venice to look at what lay behind the myth.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-11-25 04:00:00
Open University. What did Gutenberg Invent? Johannes Gutenberg was hailed as the greatest pioneer in the invention of printing, but new evidence undermines traditional thinking.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-11-25 03:30:00
Open University. Conspiring Against the Queen: Accused of plotting to poison the queen, Dr Roderigo Lopez was sentenced to death but he wasn't alone in the web of intrigue and betrayal.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-11-25 03:00:00
Open University. The Italian Patient: Professor John Guy visits the richly frescoed Santa Maria Nuova hospital in Italy, where patients enjoyed an amazingly high level of healthcare.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-11-25 02:30:00
Open University. Venice. A Second Hand City? Beneath the seductive façade of Renaissance Venice lurked a decadent reality, where clothes, furniture and even people were up for sale.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-11-18 03:30:00
Open University. [AA305] Mystery of the Marriage: The Arnolfini Marriage is one of the most famous paintings in the world - but experts are asking if they've got anything right at all.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-11-18 03:00:00
Open University. [AA305] Secrets of the Winter Garden: Two thousand priceless flower paintings hidden deep inside a Polish library conceal a Renaissance mystery. Just who painted them - and why?

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-11-18 02:30:00
Open University. [AA305] Riddle of the Dome: The dome of Florence Cathedral is one of the greatest monuments of the Renaissance, but how was it built? An architect thinks he has the answer.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-07-29 02:00:00
Open University. [AA305] Conspiring Against the Queen: Accused of plotting to poison the queen, Dr Roderigo Lopez was sentenced to death - but he wasn't alone in the web of intrigue and betrayal.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-07-29 01:00:00
Open University. [AA305] Conspiring Against the Queen: Accused of plotting to poison the queen, Dr Roderigo Lopez was sentenced to death - but he wasn't alone in the web of intrigue and betrayal.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-07-08 02:00:00
Open University. [AA305] Mystery of the Marriage: A new discovery about one of the most famous Renaissance paintings in the world has left experts wondering about its true meaning.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-06-24 02:00:00
Open University. [AA305] Riddle of the Dome: The dome of Florence Cathedral is one of the great monuments of the Renaissance, but how was it built? An Italian architect thinks he has the answer.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-06-24 01:00:00
Open University. [AA305] Riddle of the Dome: The dome of Florence Cathedral is one of the great monuments of the Renaissance, but how was it built? An Italian architect thinks he has the answer.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-05-16 05:00:00
Venice - Second Hand City: The city of Venice had a mythical status during the Renaissance. Professor John Guy, a Tudor historian, goes to Venice to look at what lay behind the myth.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-05-16 04:00:00
Venice - Second Hand City: The city of Venice had a mythical status during the Renaissance. Professor John Guy, a Tudor historian, goes to Venice to look at what lay behind the myth.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-03-11 05:30:00
Open University. Conspiring Against the Queen: Accused of plotting to poison the queen, Dr Roderigo Lopez was sentenced to death - but he wasn't alone in the web of intrigue and betrayal.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-03-04 05:30:00
Open University. The Italian Patient: Professor John Guy visits the richly frescoed Santa Maria Nuova hospital in Italy, where patients enjoyed an amazingly high level of healthcare.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-02-25 05:30:00
Open University. Venice: A Second-Hand City? Beneath the seductive façade of Renaissance Venice lurked a decadent reality, where clothes, furniture and even people were up for sale.

> Renaissance Secrets on BBC Two at 2006-02-18 05:30:00
Open University. [AA305] Mystery of the Marriage: The Arnolfini Marriage by Jan van Eyck is one of the most famous Renaissance paintings in the world, but are the leading experts right?

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